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    Uncovering 7 Spectacular Waterfall in Bali

    Duniacare - Uncovering 7 Spectacular Waterfall in Bali.Are you like visit Bali? Are you like traveling to Bali.In usual world wide knowing Bali is paradise of beautiful Beach tourism.But here will tell you that there are waterfall amazing and beautiful you should visit with your traveling purpose in Bali.Uncovering Bali's 7 Most Spectacular waterfall unknowing to most.If you like to see waterfall with amazing and beautiful view in Bali here we will share the best and top 7 spectacular waterfall in Bali that you never know and you must visit.In previous dunicare already share 15 Fun things to in Bali traveling with your kids.And now it's time to explore the amazing and beautiful waterfall in Bali.

    7 Spectacular Waterfall in Bali
    1.Treasure at the end of 500 steps Nungnung Waterfall

    Nine hundred metres above sea level, in a small village in the middle of nowhere, Nungnung Waterfall is waiting for you.Listen and watch thousands of litres of water cascading down 50 metres into a beautiful pool.Sounds gorgeous? Getting there is a real challenge, though. Situated at the bottom of a gorge, you must descent 509 steps to reach the falls.But you’ll be greeted with a magnificent view of the waterfalls and rice paddies all around.It’s picture perfect, and totally worth it!

    Directions: To get to Nungnung Waterfall, travel about 90 minutes towards Sangeh. The village of Nungnung is about 45 kilometres from Denpasar, and there are easy signs to get to the falls. A carpark is available, and tickets must be purchased to descend the stairs (the proceeds go to its upkeep). Entrance fee: Rp 3,000

    2.Twin falls Aling-Aling Waterfall

    The Aling-Aling Waterfall is just 11km from the city of Singaraja, around 80km from Denpasar.And it’s unique for a very special reason – the 35-metre tall Aling-Aling Waterfall is split at the top, leaving two streams that fall at completely different speed.Have you ever seen anything like it before? But don’t believe the photographs alone. Take the long, steep walk down to the falls yourself, and admire it up close!

    Directions: To get to Aling-Aling Waterfall, drive from Singaraja to the village of Sambangan, where there are some road signs. However, asking a local may be required as the waterfall is rarely visited by tourists.

    3.Coffee-scented retreat Blemantung Waterfall

    Hidden away in the Tabanan region of Bali, Blemantung Waterfall (or Blahmantung waterfall) is a gorgeous green sight, enjoyed by only a small number of dedicated travellers.Tucked among the region’s many coffee plantations, Blemantung Waterfall is 50 metres high and is the perfect place to soak in the water and take in the fresh breath of the rainforest.If you pay close attention, you may even detect a faint fragrance of coffee in the air!

    Directions: To visit Blemantung Waterfall drive around 75 kilometres, or approximately 2 hours, from Denpasar to the Pujungan village in the district of Pupuan. From the village, the way to the waterfall is well signed, and the walk from the parking area is just 200 metres.

    4.Adventure to seven falls Sekumpul Waterfall

    If you are really adventurous, here’s your chance at trying out another challenge: Sekumpul Waterfall.It’s not entirely unknown, but its inaccessibility renders it to be hidden from many visitors.Getting to the waterfall is very difficult, and you must travel down many slippery steps and across a river to see the falls close-up.You can ask people to take you to the waterfall for a little of money and they will take you until the end of the road where from here you can walk around 50m to find out the most beautiful views from high ground.But what’s interesting about Sekumpul Waterfall is that instead of one waterfall, there are seven! (“sekumpul” means “group” in Indonesian) These are all scattered around the area, with the tallest being more than 50 metres high.Important: At the entrance, there will be a group of people beside the booth asking you to take their tour for 200,000 Rupiah (USD 14), and they will claim that it’s compulsory. Do NOT fall for this scam. The route leading into the Sekumpul waterfall is quite well maintained and you can walk by yourself. Although there are 2-3 junctions, but you can ask the locals for direction. Trust us, you won’t get lost in there.

    Directions: To get to Sekumpul Waterfall, travel from Denpasar to the Singaraja region and to the village of Sekumpul. The drive takes around 2 hours, and is well signed. Entrance fee: Rp 10,000.

    5.A waterfall pool that you can lounge in Tegenungan Waterfall

    Tegenungan is one of the few waterfalls in Bali that isn’t situated in the highlands or mountains.Tegenungan waterfall is unique for its lush green surroundings and heavy water flow, perfect for swimming and enjoying the fresh water.With a nearby temple and bathing spot, it’s no surprise that Tegenungan is popular among locals looking for a quick escape from the city rush!
    Directions: To get to Tegenungan Waterfall, drive from Denpasar to the Tegenungan Kemenuh village, in Gianyar. The drive is just 16 kilometres, or about 30 minutes. But the falls remain quite isolated and you will need to descent hundreds of steps along the bank of the River Tukad Petanu to access it. Entrance fee: Rp 10,000

    6.The overshadowed hidden gem: Jembong Waterfall

    Locally, Jembong Waterfall is known as one of the best waterfalls in Bali.But it is in fact rarely visited due to its proximity to the famous Git Git falls.And that may actually be a blessing in disguise – Jembong offers stunning unspoiled beauty.Although the falls isn’t very high, its gentle slope and regular water flow makes it ideal for soaking in to enjoy the beautiful green jungle surrounds, and for a spiritual healing.

    Directions: Getting to Jembon Waterfall takes about 2.5 hours from Denpasar, a distance of around 70 km. Simply travel towards the Singaraja regency, and past Git Git Waterfall. Signage is not often clear, and you may need to ask for directions.

    7.In that faraway village Yeh Mampeh Waterfall

    Away from the overcrowded tourist centres of Kuta and Ubud, there is a small village called Les, wherein lies a beautiful waterfall.This beauty, Yeh Mampeh Waterfall (which means ‘flying water’ in Balinese), is a virtually untouched one nestled in serene surroundings, and it is also one of Bali’s tallest waterfalls.You can hike down the falls and visit the nearby caves, or just simply bathe under the gentle flow of the water.

    Directions: Getting to the village of Les will require you to travel through Kintamani and towards Singaraja, before turning off at the junction between Jalan Raja Singaraja and Amlapura. There are roadside signs that point the way to both Les, and the waterfall. Entrance fee: Rp 2,500

    That's all Uncovering 7 Spectacular waterfall in Bali you must visit with your traveling journey in Bali.Feel free to explore the hidden waterfall that really amazing for visit in your traveling list on Bali.For stay you can find here top 10 the best hotels in Bali.And you can also visit 10 Hidden Beach Beautiful in Bali.And if you want to eaten in Bali here we recommended for you 9 Pretty place to be Eaten in Bali.Feel free to explore Bali and enjoy the paradise of tourism places.
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