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If you like waterfalls then you should go but there's probably better waterfalls in Ubud to see which aren't as busy.
We could swim due to the dangerous waters which is understandable but if you want somewhere a bit more picturesque then head further a...More
Worth a look and at what is equal to $1.50 australian not a lot of money for the experience. My only disappointment was that there was some rubbish and man made debris built up on the banks here and there and there was no swimming...More
It’s a simple waterfall which involves about 160 steps up and down to get there. The steps were steep - so not recommended for elderly. Nice atmosphere and wasn’t crowded when we went in the morning. The earlier the better. Easy to get sunburnt so...More
Thought we would check it out as it was on our way back to the resort. I don’t understand why anyone would get excited about this waterfall, just an average waterfall that had more mud falling than actual water.
There are some nice views to...More
Bali has endless beautiful jungle waterfalls, and while this one is super popular, that takes away a lot of it's potential. It's so popular that it's practically transformed into an Instagram photo op spot, with swings, signs, nests, everywhere.
The waterfall is nice, but quite...More
This is truly beautiful to see, however expect to see lots of people take posy pictures and not capture the remarkable waterfall and all around it. It is very touristy which was a little off putting. There is 135 steps to climb down and up...More