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Monday, March 15, 2010


It is located at Nunung village, a small mountain village about 60 km north of Denpasar and about 35 km from Ubud. You can go to this village by going through the village of Abiansemal, Sangeh Village where it is well known for its huge Monkey sanctuary and then via Petang Village. If you are starting your day of outing from Ubud, Sangeh would be worth to choose for your first stop if you are keen on seeing monkeys.

It is a rich farming village where they grow rice, and other tropical farms such as corn, sweet potatoes, clove, vanilla, etc. when you go or drive by the village you will easily see the sign of a waterfall and it leads you to drive in through the rich farming area to a huge parking lot. You then have to walk down to the bottom of the river to see the giant waterfall. There are concrete steps down to the bottom but it is quit steep. You have to be sure that you are in fit condition to walk to the bottom of the valley. It is a very lush river valley with its typical of rain forest and sometime wild monkeys can be seen around the forest.

The air is very fresh and much cooler up here which is really refreshing. At the bottom of the river is even much cooler and there are a number of small waterfalls that’s from the natural spring along the river. You have to notice that it is a little slippery sometime because of the green moss that grows along the path ways. It is much better to go with a good walking shoe.

You have to be sure that you bring some water with you as the walk back up is quit tiring and surely make you really thirsty.

This waterfall is not that crowded with tourist yet and it is not yet being commercialized so it would be such a great escape if you do not wish to be with too many tourists. There are almost no tourist shops here and no vendors will be ruining your day. This site is normally crowded by the local people on very special local holidays.

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