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Tegenungan Waterfall, Ubud

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Admire the foaming water and lush green surroundings at Tegenungan Waterfall, where a broad sheet of water plummets into a wide pool, ideal for taking a dip. Swim under the fall for a powerful massage, or climb onto the wide ledge halfway up the cliff face for a close-up view. Access to the waterfall involves a short walk down some steep steps, so bring sturdy shoes. To visit Tegenungan Waterfall on your holiday in Ubud, and find out what else Ubud has to offer, use our Ubud road trip site .
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  • On arriving your met by stall holder trying to sell you something and an aray of cafes. Its 50,000 rupaih to walk down tho the waterfall then once down there they want more money if you want to contin...  more »
  • When you are down has tormented by the shops and the levels, is a beautiful sight one. We were in the rainy season there, and unfortunately it could not therefore in the water, as much and Brown. But worth watching the whole thing is definitely.
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  • Really very beautiful waterfall in the middle of the jungle. Entrance to the waterfall. The place is very beautiful waterfall view opens with the beginning of the stairs. By my calculations the height of the stairs was approximately 14 standard floors. Descend very convenient to go silent, there are places to rest those tired. Water not cold waterfall. I advise everyone to visit this waterfall, because words cannot describe the beauty of the waterfall, all there was on site.
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  • The waterfall itself is impressive. Sadly the touts and tourists ruin it. We went at 8.30am and were charged twice..once for the lower level and again to walk to the top. The views are spoiled by silly signs, umbrellas and sunbeds. They were sweeping stones and rinsing them but there were still piles of litter at the top. It's such a shame as in its natural state it would be the perfect place to visit. The water did looks murky and didn't really entice us in for a dip. I personally wouldn't recommend it. There are at least two other waterfalls nearby - try those.
  • Kind of scary walking over the rocks and water to get to the swimming hole/actual waterfall. But beautiful view though. Definitely a touristy attraction. There is also a small fee.
  • Nice waterfall,good for a splash as well, but has a large number of tourists. Need to climb a few stairs to reach the spot. Cafes with great views of the waterfall deserve a special mention
  • Upon arrival looks like a mad house. People trying to park, buses, vans, cars, motor bikes. Pay a fee to enter, pay fees for bathroom, water closet, toilet, head. Numerous vendors selling beer, drinks, juice, food. Everyone ask you to buy. A nice Waterfall but was very dirty. The waterfalls in Egypt and Morocco were cleaner. Signs state you can be as sexy as you want but you can't be naked.
  • beautiful nature. the weather is cool and calm. tracks are not difficult. making visitors happy to vacation there

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