|The lake ‘Dendam Tak Sudah’ is thought to have formed from volcanic activity in the area. Given its importance and strategic existence, in 1936, Lake ‘Dendam Tak Sudah’ was designated as a nature reserve with an area of 11.5 hectares by the Government of the Netherlands East Indies. Then, in 1979, the reserve area was expanded to 430 hectares. In 1999 the area of the nature reserve was expanded to 577 hectares.
Lake ‘Dendam Tak Sudah’ has several types of unique flora, including sun orchids, plawi, lilies, gelam, terentang, sikeduduk, brosong, ambacang rawa, and ferns.
In addition to flora, there are also some typical fauna, such as long-tailed macaques, langurs, finches, wild boar, python, gibbons, snails and various types of fish including rare fish, such as kebakung, and palau…