About Bali December : Tegenungan Waterfall

About Bali December : Tegenungan Waterfall

Welcome to About Bali section, where you can learn and feel about BALI itselfs.
December Series will be diffrent from other series.
At December we will give you image, photos or picture gallery of beautifull places around bali.
And absolutely a short description.
This time we will take look at one of balinese waterfall, Tegenungan Waterfall.

The beauty of Tegenungan waterfall does not only become an attraction for domestic or foreign tourists, local people also often visit this waterfall. It is a part of the Petanu river flowing along the village of Kemenuh. It reaches to the height of up to 20m, so you can feel the sound vibration of the falling water. The beauty of Tegenungan waterfall in between green rocky walls can be seen from the first stop point where you can find local stalls serving food and beverages.

To get to this waterfall you have to go down 172 stairs. Along the way, you will find a public bath used by local people, which is divided into two separate areas, for men and women. The water source of this public bath is very clear and clean. Here you can also find Beji temple for self purifying. The residents of Tegenungan, under the supervision of the local banjar, manage this waterfall.

This tourism object has complete infrastructure such as parking lot, public toilet, garbage bins, food and beverages stalls in the very strategic spot to see the beauty of this waterfall. It is also a clean and safety place to visit. For photographers, it is a perfect spot to take the picture of waterfall lanscapes, surrounded by trees surrounding it. The spots can be found anywhere in many places around the waterfall, with interesting and challenging angles. Visitors are not allowed to swim in the area of the waterfall, due to the deep trough. For those who want to swim or or just play in the water, you can do that along the side of the river or in the public bath nearby.

Drive about 15 minutes’ south of Ubud to find a green, green valley with a huge, gushing waterfall running through it.

You’ll pay a small entry fee and you won’t have this place all to yourself but it’s not very crowded at all. And you’re all here to do the same thing anyway – stare in awe at this force of nature and swim and frolic beneath its waters.

On a hot Bali day (and it’s always hot), play like a kid in the cool water, surrounded by mountains and tropical palm trees above.

Tegenungan waterfall is unique for its lush green surroundings and heavy water flow, perfect for swimming and enjoying the fresh water.

With a nearby temple and bathing spot, it’s no surprise that Tegenungan is popular among locals looking for a quick escape from the city rush!

Picture Source :
Travelling Light

About Bali History :
About Bali Part 1
About Bali Part 2 : Kecak
About Bali Part 3 : Art
About Bali Part 4 : Tanah Lot Temple
About Bali Week 1 : Ubud Monkey Forest
About Bali Week 2 : History and Culture
About Bali November Series : Sanur
About Bali November Series : Galungan
About Bali November Series – Denpasar
About Bali November Series – Kuta

Thats all for this week.
See You next week.



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