Tlatar Water Park Ecotourism is located in Tlatar Hamlet, Kebonbimo Village, Boyolali District with a distance of about 4 km from the city to the north. The nuances of natural charm spread out against the background of village culture and abundant water, the delicious aroma of freshwater fish dishes served both fried and grilled while fishing and sitting back is really a refreshing recreation at Tlatar Tourism Object. This bath is a bath for families with the source of water coming from a spring. There are 2 baths, namely the Umbul Pengilon bath and the Umbul Asem bath. In addition there are several recreational swimming pools, including an Olympic-standard swimming pool. Every two days before the fasting month, the Padusan event is held. This Padusan ritual is also held at Umbul Pengging and Pantaran. This event aims to purify oneself before fasting. Tlatar Water Park is ecotourism that utilizes natural springs that come out continuously from layers of volcanic rock. The water park, which is located at the foot of Mount Merbabu at an altitude of about 350 meters above sea level, has a natural, beautiful, and cool atmosphere of the countryside. Umbul Tlatar is famous for its “Keceh Pond” land, which is a clear pond with natural springs that continue for 24 hours from Mount Merapi-Merbabu. This Keceh pond is filled with small fish and children can freely splash around and catch fish in the pond. If possible, try to come when it is not the holiday period so that there are not too many people in the pool and the children can enjoy their time more while playing in the water. There are many interesting facilities in this water park, including a lesehan restaurant, fishing, souvenir stalls, children's and adult swimming pools, water tourism parks, woodball fields, entertainment stages before the fasting month.
Mr. Harassment Keceh comes from Javanese which means playing water, so pakecehan means a place to play water. The water of this Pakecehan pool is clear and not too deep, only about 30 cm. Although not in this pond, it is inhabited by various types of aquatic species in the form of shrimp, river crabs, water insects, wader fish, chopsticks, snails and others. The bottom of the pool in the form of hard rocks can be used as a footrest so that we don't slip. Here we can cool our feet and play with a variety of fish. Kali Bening It is a natural river whose water is not too deep, if we enter it the water will not reach our knees. The clear river water flows directly from a spring which is only 100 meters from this river. There are many large rocks here that can be used to sit around while soaking your feet and enjoying the cool air or taking selfies. Address: Tlatar Hamlet, Kebonbimo Village, Boyolali District, Boyolali Regency, Central Java Province Opening hours : 08.00 WIB - 20.30 WIB