Jempang has an area of ± 15,000 Ha is one of the riches West Kutai. Jempang located in District Jempang. This lake produces many different kinds of fish as the fisherman’s income. With a view which is very exotic and friendly lake water, the lake has become an interesting option to perform a variety of activities, such as: Competition rowboat, race ketinting, where ceremonies pelas Lake. Generally, a series of activities in conjunction with the ongoing Ehaq held Jempang every May. In the afternoon, Jempang very charming place to visit. While riding along the lake’s surface ketinting visitors can enjoy the sunset.
This is a list of the notable lakes of Indonesia. Indonesia has 521 natural lakes and over 100 reservoirs, covering approximately 21,000 km². The total volume of water held is approximately 500 km³. The largest lake, by both area and volume, is Lake Toba in Sumatra. It holds 240 km³ of freshwater, and is largest lake body in Southeast Asia. Indonesia has 3 of the 20 deepest lakes in the world – Lake Matano in Sulawesi (590 m), Lake Toba in Sumatra (529 m) and Lake Poso in Sulawesi (450 m). The only lake in Indonesia having a cryptodepression (the bottom of the lake is below sea level) is Lake Matano. The lakes and reservoirs supply water for personal and commercial uses, and support economic activities like fisheries, hydropower, irrigation, transport, and recreation. They assist in preventing floods, and are important ecological entities.
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