Tegenungan waterfall is a famous place to visit in Bali, yet it still quite
hidden away from the hustle and bustle as it’s located just about 10 kilometers
outside Ubud, next to Tegenungan village.
When you start to come closer you’ll see signs with a photo and text saying “Tegenungan waterfall” and a pointing arrow in the correct direction. Just follow these if you’re uncertain, but Google Maps will also work just as fine.
If you’re planning to go I’ve put together some info on how to get there and other things that can be good to know before visiting the Tegenungan waterfall.
Upon arrival, you’ll see a ticket booth and a parking space. For cars, the price is 5.000 Indonesian Rupiah, and free for motorbikes. The staff will show you where to park if you get confused, so don’t worry about that. After parking, you pay the entrance fee and receive your tickets, which is currently at 15.000 Indonesian Rupiah per person (14 September 2017).
After that, you will pass some souvenir shops as well as restaurants before you get to a big sign saying “Welcome to Tegenungan Waterfall” and from there you have a bit 5 minutes walk down about 100 stairs or so. After you’ve been walking down a few steps you will be greeted by a viewpoint where you can see the waterfall from a distance.
When you get halfway there will be a sign saying Waterfall to the left and temple to the right. It really doesn’t matter what path you choose as you can reach both places from both sides, but if you already know where you want to go, you’ll end up on the “right” side of the Petanu river depending on where you want to go.
The stairs down are quite easy and walkable, so you don’t need any hiking shoes. Sandals are fine, but of course, if you aim to climb a bit off the beaten path to get unique views and photos, a good pair of shoes is always recommended.
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