Nungnung Waterfall-Waterfalls In Bali

Nungnung waterfall is resided in the namesake village, facing south Bali but at approximately 900m high sea-level, and within a two-hour drive from Kuta. Nine hundred meters above sea level, in a miniature village in the middle of nowhere, Nungnung Waterfall awaits you to surprise you with remarkable beauty.

Welcome and adore thousands of liters of water flowing down 50 meters into a wonderful pool. Sounds impressive? Getting to these falls is perhaps one of the most pleasant routes, with expanses of rice fields and lush plantations accompanying your ride. You must take 509 steps to reach the falls. But you’ll be welcomed with a majestic appearance of the waterfalls and rice paddies all around. The village of Nungnung is about 45 kilometers from Denpasar, and there are easy signs to get to the falls. A car park area is available, and tickets must be purchased in order to go there. Entrance fee IDR 3,000.

Location:

Nungnung Waterfall
Desa Plaga, Kec. Petang, Belok/Sidan, Petang, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80353, Indonesia

Few things to know about waterfalls in Bali

  • Even in dry season, waterfalls in Bali have plenty of water to work very well
  • To reach the most of the waterfalls in Bali you might need 15-20 minutes of light hiking.
  • Take a swim suit with you as most of the waterfalls volunteer an outstanding opportunity to get wet
  • The genuine time to visit waterfalls is normally lunch time. The water is cool and refreshing. Your hike through rain forests will hide you from the sun.
  • If you are lost on your walk to the waterfall, use local word ‘air terjun’ (pronounced as ‘ah-eer-ter-joon’) because in remote areas locals don’t know English.