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A must see in Bali. The waterfall is stunning. Great place to take pictures and enjoy the water. The walk down (and back up) can be a struggle in the heat. And the waterfall can get very touristy later in the day but don’t let...More
didn't see the point. have been twice now, once when it was empty where i was underwhelmed and the second time when it was very busy - the instagram crowd was getting into their swimmers/bikinis for a shot but no-one was swimming in the dirty...More
an accessible waterfall that makes a good stop en route to Ubud from Seminyak. Amenities are good and obviously tourist friendly. have a quick splash near the falls or just lounge there if you are ok with many other tourists.
A lovely waterfall, but be aware there are 170 steps down (and up) to the water. Worth seeing, but a little bemused by the music blaring from (I think) one of the bars situated at the top of the fall. The music didn’t quite match...More
We took a scooter through little villages to get here which was half the fun. It is a short walk with a small entrance fee to get in. It is very tropical and very peaceful. A nice way to spend a couple of hours outside...More
Beautiful waterfall....We could actually swim close to the waterfall.. Water was pleasant and scenery is fine for clicking nice pictures.
The steps to reach down below is quite okk but climbing back took a toll on every visitor.
There is also a hotel and restaurant...More
Hi, My partner and I will be traveling to Bali this June for 2 weeks. We are in our mid-twenties, earliy thirties - most likely be backpacking. Haven't ironed out our accommodation needs yet - most likely airbnbs and/or really nice hostels. If we could find inexpensive but nice hotels - we would love your recommendations too. Here's what I have drafted so far. Would love your feedback and honest opinion. I always have the tendency to squeeze too much in since there's so much to see! ...More
April 05, 2017|
How are you getting to the Gilis? If you're going from Sanur you might as well tag the waterfall onto your Ubud activities so you can just stay at Uluwatu on your return without having to backtrack. Unless you're flying out very early in the morning you won't have any problems getting from Uluwatu to the airport. BTW, Denpasar is mainly a commercial area and not somewhere tourists normally stay so you might as well add the night you arrive onto your Canggu stay to give you time to relax...More
Day trip from Sanur (7 Replies)
Hi, we will be in Bali in late June, staying in Sanur, and my daughter really wants to visit a waterfall.I was thinking that we might do a day trip to Candidasa, and was wondering if it is feasible to visit Tegenungan waterfall on that same day, and if so, what else is worth including around the same general area(we don't mind if it's a full day, but don't want to be unrealistic either).Any advice will be much appreciated, thank you :)
April 01, 2016|
We are spending 10 days in Sanur in June too and are wondering what day trips to plan. Have been to the volcano in the past and bought lots of art around Ubud on two trips before. We are interested in beautiful gardens,rice paddies etc. Any ideas please for us and for KasaGirl too of course
Advice on Bali Itinerary (7 Replies)
Hi, I’m in the early stages of planning a solo first trip to Bali for February. I’ve been poring over this site, guidebooks, and blogs, and discovering that’s there’s a lot to do in Bali. I’m having a very difficult time coming up with an itinerary and I’m hoping to get some advice. Before Bali, I will have a 2-day stopover in Singapore and after Bali, a one-day stopover in Tapei. The Bali part of my trip will include a week-long yoga retreat (7 nights) at the Hotel Komune in Keramas. I...More