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All reviews entrance fee flip flops per person the main road golden valley dry season parking area off the beaten track little bit car park minute walk coffee trees easy path go ahead small pool rent a scooter adults and children
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lot of the photos attributed to this waterfall are incorrect - this is NOT the one with the Eco Cafes. It's part of the same walk, however. There is a small pool created by a dam. You have to pay a fee to enter,...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Nicole B
Reviewed October 25, 2018

This was a nice easy trek taking only a short time going past two homes complete with family temples rooster ect there was actually one home I could see up the other side of the valley that I think had a bamboo wind turbine very...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed October 22, 2018 via mobile

It’s a 15 minute walk from the road. It’s up hill on the way back. But worth the walk. Not crowded and lots of photos opportunities. Time to show off your yoga posses on a small rock in front of the waterfall.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank GillianG977
Reviewed October 4, 2018 via mobile

Such a beautiful waterfall spot! If you’re okay with riding around on a scooter, this is pretty easy to get to and the ride is very scenic along the way. It’s 20,000 entrance fee to see the waterfall and we’ll worth it! Just a bit...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank Jillian R
Reviewed September 22, 2018

Just a short walk from the road and this beautiful waterfall is well worth a visit. There are numerous butterflies and birds which can be seen on the way down and then you see the waterfall which is awesome.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank HelennRob
Reviewed September 21, 2018

Not one of the most scenic, but one of the most powerful. I love all of this waterfall. Even the road to go till there. Definitely a MUST SEE!!

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank teomatbali
Reviewed July 11, 2018 via mobile

Our driver recommended Bayumala Waterfall rather than this one, but we decided to go with Munduk based on reviews and our kids' age. I am sure that Bayumala was more beautiful, but this was nice and accessible for young children. The eating at the midpoint...More

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank carocora
Reviewed July 9, 2018 via mobile

Oh what a beautiful waterfall it was! Etched in our memory forever!!! It was raining and we were in two minds whether to visit it or not but then we decided against the odds and paid a visit to this nature's marvel. The access road...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank Surbhishy
Reviewed June 15, 2018

We visited Munduk (also known as Red Coral) waterfall after walking from Golden Valley Waterfall. You have to park your vehicle on the main road and walk down through the coffee planation and steps for 20 minutes or so to reach Golden Valley waterfall. Fees...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank GolakaNath
Reviewed June 13, 2018

After "descending" for about 10 minutes from the street into a "jungle-like" environment is this waterfall which actually turned out to be "not much" of a waterfall (quite a "narrow" one although the water comes down from some height that you have to look up...More

Date of experience: October 2017
1  Thank Myo M
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vickigraftonphoto
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Suggestions on draft Itinerary for my Wedding group June '08 (5 Replies)
Hi Everyone, These are my recommendations for my guest to make the most out of their time in Ubud and then Jimbaran. A few of the tours are already paid scheduled so they can’t change but others are just my recommendation. Any comments on specific days or trips will be greatly appreciated. (Elephant ride and Full day Munduk countryside tour already set, but I'm questioning the Royal Temple Taman Ayun, Alas Kedaton holy monkey forest and Tanah Lot) Monday June 23 - 12pm - Arrival...More
January 15, 2008|
Response fromRubee1402|
Hi, Wow your week sounds very hectic! Some of your tour suggestions are very nice but some I've noticed are not worth the time. Also, some of the time frame are just not feasible. For example to do Tanah Lot from Jimbaran at 12-1pm, is just not feasible. The ride alone is close 45 minutes if not more (one way). Plus it's always nicer to go there close to sunset. Some of the activities that are good will be Elephant tour, Tanah Lot, Uluwatu temple and monkey forest. The rest of them...More
wanderlust
Toronto, Canada
Can ALL these places be visited in one full day trip? (5 Replies)
From Ubud, we'd like to see: -Ganung Kawi -Tirta Empul -Late Batur -Bedugal -Ulun Danu -Lake Bratan -Jatiluwih rice terraces Can these all be seen in a full day tour? Or will I either have to cut some spots or take a second tour? Other places of interest that I short-listed are: -Taman Ayun -Git Git waterfall -Munduk waterfall I know, its nice to put places on the to-do list but I keep avoiding the job of having to cut places from the list for lack of time :( ...More
April 25, 2010|
Response fromWhinnie|
If it were me I would do, Jatiluwih rice terraces, Bedugul (this is a large area, is there something in particular you want to see apart from Ulun Danu?), Lake Bratan and Ulun Danu then one or the other of the waterfalls. Munduk is the closest for this trip. It would be a very long day if you included Git Git as it's right up the north. You may also be able to squeeze in Taman Ayan. Your driver will be able to tell you. The other places are another trip maybe half a day but you could make...More
Adam S
Auckland, New Zealand
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I came back after having a memorable vacation in Bali for eight days. I was bit worried after booking with Jetstar after reading some horror stories about them but surprisingly flight went on time with slight delays. The food in the flight was awful and there was not enough leg room. I got upset stomach after eating that food. There was no queue for VOA. Luggage pickup, immigration, custom was really so fast. I was out of the airport in no time. I hired taxi to our hotel in Sanur. We stayed...More
May 19, 2012|
Response fromAdam S|
We also went to Mandurah Spa. We had three hours package which included Green tea bath, massage, hair cream bath and reflexology. It was relaxing experience in the spa. Definitely good value for money