These two streams of water meet and merge at one point. This waterfall phenomenon is the only one in Indonesia.
Around the Tri Sakti waterfall, four other waterfalls flow with a height of about 40 meters to 86 meters, as well as a swallow's nest or bat cave. Tourists can enjoy three natural attractions at once in one place.
Belitar Seberang Village has educational tours for sap processing. In it, tourists can learn to process sap water from tapping to brown sugar.
There is also a kuda lumping tour and a culinary tour of eating balendu or tree caterpillars. This extreme food can be enjoyed alive or cooked in advance in the form of a side dish that has been fried.
Tri Sakti Waterfall can be visited by tourists with an entrance fee of Rp 20,000 per person, including vehicle parking fees. Visitors can also enjoy the night at this location by staying in a 2-floor villa consisting of 2 rooms with a rental fee of Rp 1 million per night.