But if you're in the area visiting Kawah Candradimuka anyway and you have a spare 10 minutes, you can have some fun by paying a local man for a handful of rocks which he will urge you to throw into the pond – the aim being to hit the opposite wall of the crater.
Other than that, it's a fairly boring attraction.
The entrance to Sumur Jalatunda is a mere 400 metres to the west of the Kawah Candradimuka turnoff.
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