Pacal Reservoir is one of the giant historic buildings that is still functioning today. This reservoir is located 30,6 km south of the Bojonegoro region, East Java province, Indonesia.
A sturdy building with typical Dutch architecture is the main attraction in Pacal Reservoir.
Located on the side of the Bojonegoro – Nganjuk highway. The reservoir can be a mainstay for farmers in several sub-districts. More precisely. Temayang District, Sukosewu District, Kapas District, Balen District, Sumberejo District, and its surroundings.
Not only that, but the trip to the location of the Pacal Reservoir is also a special attraction. The cool road divides the teak forest and cliffs which is a place for the surrounding community is no less enchanting.
When entering the rainy season, the volume of water in the reservoir increases. Moreover in the south of the reservoir there is a small ‘island’ that is challenging to stop for a moment for adventurers. Even from the Kedungjati bridge, we can enjoy the beauty of the Pacal Reservoir.
Almost every morning, hundreds of anglers from inside and outside the city fill the Pacal Reservoir during the rainy season. When the water is not too full, they can use dozens of small islands as fishing grounds. By using a locals boat, visitors can go to a small island at a cost that is not too expensive, only around Rp. 20,000. If you want a natural culinary tour, around the Pacal Reservoir there are food stalls that provide processed freshwater fish.
Visitors who like photography can take advantage of several spots that are there. such as capturing the beauty of the lake, the moment of fishing activity or the moment of citizen activity. Moreover when the sun goes down, what a magnificent sight to capture.
During the dry season, the area around the reservoir turns into fields and plantations for the local community. such as growing tobacco, watermelon, chili, and corn.