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Munduk Waterfall, Buleleng

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Take a moment to snap some pictures of Munduk Waterfall, one of the easiest natural wonders in the region to find without a map or a guide. This uninterrupted chute of water spills down a gap in the overgrown vegetation of a cliff face. This may not be the most impressive of the area's waterfalls, but worth a quick look if you're in the vicinity. Use our Buleleng planning website to arrange your visit to Munduk Waterfall and other attractions in Buleleng.
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  • If you go in Munduk or just pass by, you can take a peek. Specially not worth it. The waterfall is good, you can make a colorful photo, people aren't much input 20 baht. Our child was scared)) on the road have a bench, you can buy spices and coffee Luwak, recommend! The lowest, bought cinnamon, coffee and cloves.
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  • The waterfall is located at the bottom of the Gorge, where the road leads cool and not quite comfortable path. The descent takes 10 minutes. Stream falls in a small lake, where you'll be knee-deep. You'll be closer and make cool photo. The water is cold-refreshing! TIPS:-you must be comfortable shoes for lifting and descent on slippery ground. -Beautiful photo came from a small distance, where a concrete pad and ladder.
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  • Passed nearby and decided to visit. The waterfall is located near the road. Entry for a small nominal fee. Down to the waterfall leads a narrow path through the jungle. The waterfall itself is well maintained, the territory of the airport, the view is good, but Thailand waterfalls seemed better. Quiet and nice sense of calm. But nothing special, you can miss and lose nothing.
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  • It costs about 30 IDR for two people to see this waterfall but definitely worth it! The photo should say it all! It can get a little slippery getting down to the falls, wear good shoes. The hike down isn’t longer than 10 minutes.
  • I loved this place because its easy to get here and in this place there ticket admission for adult you have to pay 20.000 rupiah and from the road where you park the car you can walk this waterfall it needed around 5 minutes and i recommended you to used mountain sandal or sport shoe just in case the road it bit slippery because the humidity here very high so the moss grow fast especially in the rainy season in this waterfall there toilet too and the water here so clear and i loved the sound of the bird and cicada here and the breeze as well you will loved it well if you visiting lovina or ulun danu lake dont forget to visit this water fall because it takes about 30minutes or less to get here from ulun danu lake
  • Banjar Hot Springs, locally referred to as ‘Air Panas Banjar’, are located approximately 5km southwest from the famous Lovina coast in North Bali. The hot water springs share the same district as the Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist monastery which is located only 1.5km to the east. The hot springs are an easy itinerary on trips to North Bali, approximately 25km west from the town centre of Singaraja, the capital of the Buleleng regency. Or about 80 Km from denpasar area, which takes around 2,5 hours driving.The centuries-old hot springs have been upgraded with modern facilities over time, and have become a favorite retreat and recreational site among locals and international visitors. This is an enchanting hot springs with stone carved mouths gushing water in a lush garden setting. The waters are naturally a very pleasing temperature and have a high sulfur content. The whole experience here is extremely therapeutic and cleansing. Changing rooms and lockers are provided on site. This is not a straightforward place to get to, and for that reason it is often way less crowded than you would expect for such a lovely spot with only Rp 10,000 entrance fee. From the Seririt-Singaraja main route, a series of village routes up the hills of the Banjar district lead to an intersection with clear signposts to the hot springs. At the spring’s site entrance, a ticket office is adjacent to a parking space. Cars and coaches stop here, while motorcycles are permitted further access along the row of shops to a smaller parking space next to a roofed stone gate with a signage that reads, “Permandian Air Panas” – ‘hot water bathing place’. The souvenir shops that line the route before the stone gate sell various items, from framed art, handicrafts, souvenirs, Bintang shirts to batiks and dyed cloths. The short pathway and bridge after the gate is by a small river, leading you to a further flight of steps. From here, the first smaller pools can easily be seen, where spouts gush onto visitors enjoying the soothing splashes. Further up the steps is a shop selling snacks and refreshments. The hot water springs complex comprises four main pool sections, with the largest and central bathing pool featuring a restaurant perched high above the northern side. Beside the restaurant are restrooms, lockers and changing rooms, and a spa and massage facility. Banjar Hot Spring Water is one of tourist places in north part of Bali with the original hot water from the mountain flows to the public bath place. It is designed with water douches in different place. There are 2 ponds with the warm water that make Hot.The bathing pools are constructed around the hot water spring source and feature a tiered structure. The first level features eight dragon spouts with a smaller pool also adjoining this section. The large size of the central bathing pools enables families to join in on the soothing dip. Down on the second level is the main central pool. Water Banjar as an ideal for having bath. Good to Know about Banjar Hot Springs The hot water springs provide a recreational and therapeutic experience, due to the water’s sulphuric content. This can be seen from the yellowish red sedimentation at several points of the spouts and pool walls. The complex is known to have been further developed during the Japanese occupation of Indonesia during World War II. At the time, the waters of the hot springs were known to have cured various skin problems as well as rheumatic ailments. Banjar Hot Springs continue to provide an enjoyable and health-benefitting retreat up in the hills of the north, for those seeking relaxation, fun, sightseeing, and a totally different experience. Those not willing to go for a swim can easily enjoy the lush tropical gardens, or the view from above at the Komala Tirta Restaurant, or shopping for souvenirs at the rows of art shops just outside.
  • Great walk down to the peaceful waterfall. You can't really swim.
  • Beautiful waterfall, and the routes that lead to them. Not too many tourists. And there is no entrance fee like the otherone in the area.

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