Exotic Nungnung Waterfall

Nungnung is the name of a small village, located in badung district about 40 kilometers north of Denpasar with a height of 900 meters above sea level. In this village there is a waterfall with a height of 50 meters with large water discharge. To reach the location of such waterfalls we must trace the  rice fields about 2 miles from the highway.


Nungnung waterfall is one tourist attraction that must be visited when we went to Bali especially for people who love trekking tour, because to get to the location of this waterfall down the stairs that we have quite a lot of numbers, so we can get down to the river valley and can see the waterfall from close range.  The stairs to the waterfall is already available and adequate security, even in the valley which is closer to the cave, with leaves and moss-green atmosphere.

Nungnung Waterfall is a tourist area which has a fairly extensive parking facilities and access roads to the great waterfall, there’s only a little derivative of the stairs – the stairs. Scenery along the way is very green and refreshing, also very cold air and no place to rest can we visited.After walking about 20 minutes, you will arrive at the waterfall which has a fairly heavy discharge of water.  We are close to the waterfall we could see the long bridge that connects Bali to Kintamani route, Tukad Bangkung Bridge.


This waterfall start promoted as tourist attractions since 1996. Since this year, facilities condition Nungnung waterfall has undergone many changes, such as the existence of a range of facilities and other additional facilities to support this tourism object.  Because it is situated in rural areas, add to the beauty that makes this waterfall interesting to visit. Once you visit here will be memorable and make memories that we want to always come to this place again.

Exotic Nungnung Waterfall

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