Munduk Waterfall

Munduk is the name of a quiet village situated on a hill road surrounded by breathtaking views.It is situated at about 1500 meters above sea level, in the northern part of Bali, Buleleng. Munduk village has a wonderful 35 meters high waterfall with water containing sulfur that can help to rejuvenate your skin or recover your skin problems like dermatitis, itch, and many others. There are also hectares of clove, coffee plantations, and any other features that might lure travelers to stop to enjoy the stunning views there. In addition, you can breath the fresh air (free of air pollution). If you are able to visit Munduk, it will take you into a very different atmosphere, feeling like you are on the top of a mountain and when the sunset comes, you can see very exciting views and the sea-water shining in the distance. The noisy sound of the falling water will welcome you when you reach your destination. A simple traditional hut has been built near the waterfall, which is sometimes used for meditation after your trip especially at night-time. Take a bath, swim and sink your body in the water which is cool, fresh, pure and not polluted by any chemical garbage. However, you are only allowed to do this when there is no rain, to avoid a landslide.

How to Get To Munduk Waterfall

  1. 1 hour from Singaraja
  2. 2 hours from Denpasar
  3. 1 ½ hours from Tabanan

What You Can See around Munduk Waterfall

  1. Lake Buyan is a smallest lake in Bali located just a next door of Tamblingan Lake. It is located in the plateau area with cool weather cover it. It is situated in the high land with hill and rain forest surrounds it. Since the location in the plateau area, the fog is usually blanketing the area. This lake can be seen from the top of hill which is called Asah Gobleg.
  2. Tamblingan Lake is a lake located in the plateau area with green hill surrounded. It is situated adjunction to Buyan Lake with cool weather surrounds it. It owns the fascination where the nature authenticity is felt and the inexistence of boat use motorize here. These beautiful lakes can be seen from the top hill right from Asah Gobleg Countryside, Sukasada District and Singaraja regency, north part of Bali.
  3. Banjar Hot Spring, The hot spring (air panas) are only a short distance west of the monastery. Eight carved sandstones Nagas spew water from a natural hot spring into the first bath, which then overflows (via the mouths of five more nagas), into a second larger pool. In a third pool, water pours from three-meter-high spouts to give us a pummeling massage. The water is slightly sulphur and pleasantly hot, so you might enjoy it more in the morning or the evening than in the heat of the day.
  4. Bratan Lake it is the second largest lake in Bali. Filling the crater of the inactive volcano Mount Catur, Bratan Lake sits at over 1,200 meters above sea level. The important temple of Pura Ulun Danu solemnly guards the lake. The resort area of Bedugul offers excellent views of the lake, as well as a number of water activities.
  5. Ulun Danu Temple, A beautiful temple is sited on the soars of lake Beratan and casts a neat reflection it its still waters. The temple takes on an ephemeral quality at dawn. Five hundreds meters from the fruit and the vegetable market Bedugul, and actually projecting into the lake, is the Hindhu / Buddhist temple of Pura Ulun Danu. It’s very picturesque, with a large banyan tree at the entrance, attractive gardens and one courtyard isolated on a tiny island in the lake.