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Tegenungan Waterfall

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Tegenungan Waterfall

4,678 Reviews
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hoftravel wrote a review Oct 2020
Singapore, Singapore34 contributions17 helpful votes
After paying Rp20k and running the gauntlet of stalls you descend the many concrete steps to a construction site alongside the brown, polluted river. There were plastic bags and even a dirty diaper strewn around. The waterfall itself is dramatic. It must have been beautiful once. You probably have better things to do with your day now.
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Date of experience: October 2020
John Jackson wrote a review Sep 2020
Singapore, Singapore857 contributions137 helpful votes
I come to bali very often! And I will always come back with friends! For those who doent like the bali swing because its far and expensive this place will a solution! One of the best waterfalls around the area! Enjoy a couple of hours over there at least! You can find food parking and etc around and its a very near to the center ! cheers!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Abana87 wrote a review Sep 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom79 contributions47 helpful votes
We visited Tegenungan Waterfall as one stop of several we made during a tour through Ubud as part of the Discova tours. The area serves as both a tourist hub, a religious site, and a legitimately beautiful scenic spot (which may account for the first two things). Two things to be aware of before heading to check out one of Ubud’s most iconic waterfalls are these: the stairs and the weather. We took the stairs from the main entrance of the site down to the river that the waterfall flowed into, and whilst the way down wasn’t that bad, the way back up was a workout we were was not ready for at that time in the morning. As for the weather? We went to Tegenungan the morning after the first serious rainfall in Bali for months and the waterfall, as a result, was a violent, brown frothy rage curtain of storm water. Don’t get me wrong, it was still majestic in its own way, but all you need to know is that depending on the time of year and the weather, your photographic results may vary.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Asher Mathew G wrote a review Aug 2020
Singapore, Singapore43 contributions10 helpful votes
This waterfall is beautiful and can be reached by descending down a vast amount of steps (which you will have to climb up), therefore significantly good physical health is required. There are gorgeous photo-op spots on the journey from the entrance to the waterfall (and waterfall to the entrance). I recommend you go at the crack of dawn to beat the crowds as we did. The pond did look a bit dirty and there was some litter here and there (Hence the reason for 4 stars instead of 5), therefore we decided not to swim but the view was stunning! All in all, I would definitely recommend this place!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Cherie H wrote a review Jul 2020
Roumazieres-Loubert, France310 contributions56 helpful votes
Part of our day out with private driver (see review on hidden Canyon for morning part) This waterfall, the walk from car and the surrounding countryside is beautiful. Take your own food though! Plenty of stops for cold drink and ice lollies, but if Bali belly not what you are wanting advise taking a picnic of your own.
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Date of experience: December 2019