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The 7 best waterfalls of Bali

Bali is famous for its beautiful sunset and beach, but surprisingly Bali also has beautiful waterfalls that are not widely known by tourists. Looking and listening to the nature through the waterfalls could be a new way of releasing stress. If you are looking for serenity, peacefulness, fresh air, and the scent of nature, then you should consider visiting these waterfalls that are known as the best waterfalls in Bali.

Aling-Aling waterfall

Aling-Aling waterfall is a little bit far from Denpasar, you have to drive around 80 kilometers to Sambangan village. There are some road signs to the waterfall, but it will be better if you ask the locals for directions because the waterfall is rarely visited by tourists.

Aling-Aling waterfall has two streams; it split up at the top. It is 35 meters tall, and you could get a unique yet thrilling experience of sliding down a waterfall since the water flow has created a natural water slide.

Nungnung Waterfall

This waterfall is located in Nungnung village. You will need 90 minutes of driving from Denpasar.
You need to walk down the long 509 steps to reach the waterfall, but when you finally arrived at Nungnung waterfall, you will be amazed by its beautiful view. Nungnung waterfall is surrounded by trees and big rocks. It is the best view ever.

Blahmantung Waterfall

You need to drive 75 kilometers from Denpasar to Pujungan village to find Blahmantung waterfall. It has an amazing view, and it’s surrounded by the coffee plantation, so you will smell the fragrance of coffee in the air. With 50 meters tall, Blahmantung waterfall is the best place to feel the fresh scent of the rainforest.

Sekumpul Waterfall

Sekumpul waterfall is located in Sekumpul Village, Singaraja region. The waterfall consists of seven small waterfalls with 50 meters tall for the tallest. You have to walk down many slippery steps and go across a river to reach the waterfalls.

Tegenungan Waterfall

You will only need 30 minutes to reach Tegenungan Kemenuh Village from Denpasar. This waterfall is not located in highlands or mountains, but it has heavy water flow with green surroundings that is perfect for swimming. Many locals love to visit this waterfall and relax in the bathing spot, while enjoying the fresh air. Even though this waterfall is quite isolated and you need to walk along the bank of the River Tukad Petanu to finally reach it, but all the hard work will be paid off once you feel the fresh water.

Jembong Waterfall

Jembong waterfall is quite famous among the locals, but it’s rarely visited by tourists, so it remains untouched. It has normal water flow, green surroundings, and gentle slope, so it is a perfect place for relaxing and releasing the stress. You need to travel about 70 kilometers from Denpasar.

Yeh Mampeh Waterfall

Yeh Mampeh is the tallest waterfall in Bali. This beautiful waterfall is hidden in a village called Les. Far from the overcrowded tourists, Yeh Mampeh waterfall remains untouched. If you need a quiet place to relax, this waterfall will be the best option.
The beauty of nature from these waterfalls surely will give you a new exciting experience. The serenity will give you a healing time, and the peacefulness will make you feel secured. Make sure to visit the best waterfalls in Bali.

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