Waterfalls and Hot Springs IN BALI - Free GUIDE TO ALL Waterfalls and Hot Springs Waterfalls and Hot Springs IN BALI - Free GUIDE TO ALL Waterfalls and Hot Springs Waterfalls and Hot Springs IN BALI - Free GUIDE TO ALL Waterfalls and Hot Springs

Waterfalls and Hot Springs IN BALI - Free GUIDE TO ALL Waterfalls and Hot Springs

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Bali’s nature is simply great and it offers lots of natural treasures that are well worth seeing. Without a doubt, Bali’s Hot Springs and Waterfalls are beauties that you shouldn’t miss out on. The following overview shows you all the waterfalls and hot springs in Bali. Obviously you may not be able to see all of them but at least one of the following natural jewels should be integrated into one of your day trips.

Please don’t forget to bring towels and bathing things to all of your trips as you can swim in most of the pools underneath the waterfalls. Also it is recommended to bring sturdy shoes as some paths are slippery and muddy, especially during the rainy season.

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Must See Natural Beauties 

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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 1 Gitgit Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Gitgit Bali) 

A Long Walk but Worth the Hike -  Recommended to Newbie’s who want to explore a very popular attraction in Bali.

You probably have already heard about Gitgit Waterfall as it is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the North of Bali. The Cascading Gitgit Waterfall is located in the Gitgit countryside, Sukasada district, Buleleng regency, about 11 Kilometers  from Singaraja, Bali’s former capital, or about 75 kilometers from Nusa Dua, the southern part of Bali.

Gitgit Waterfall is located in a plateau, about 300 meters above sea level.  It is the height of about 40 meters, surrounded by tropical trees and a lush green environment which has the charm of an undiscovered place. Gitgit Waterfall is a must see attraction.

The way to Gitgit Waterfall is paved with lots of stalls and on either side of the path you can find some lush plantations (coffee and cloves). The sellers are not aggressive at all and you can finally enjoy a 15 minute walk without getting hassled by anyone.

Even if the stairs and the path to Gitgit waterfall are well maintained, high heels or flip flops would definitely be the wrong choice.

A Gazebo close to Air Terjun Gitgit offers you the perfect opportunity to stop and enjoy a wonderful waterfall view and if you are lucky you can even see some wild monkeys.

Local legend has it that couples bathing together under the waterfall, will separate soon after their visit.

Gitgit waterfall is the perfect family attraction as kids can play in the water and romp around but please be aware of the slippery rocks.

Gitgit is the most popular Waterfall in Bali and it’s definitely worth a visit. However Bali has some nicer waterfalls to offer, hidden beauties, waiting for you to discover them.

During the rainy season all waterfalls have a larger flow of water gushing down them and the really show the full force of nature.

Recommended things to bring:

- Trainers
- Swimwear
- Towels

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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 2 – Blahmantung Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Blahmantung) 

An Amazing Jungle Waterfall - Highly recommended to travelers who want to explore Bali biggest natural force.

Blahmantung Waterfall is located near the picturesque farming village of Pupuan with awesome landscapes and extremely friendly inhabitants and is close to Antosari in the Tabanan regency of West Bal. It is about a 2 hour drive from Jimbaran, the popular destination for romantic candle light seafood dinners.

The trip to Blahmantung Waterfall is already an amazing experience as you drive through Tabanan, Bali’s biggest rice producing area.

With a spectacular drop of over 100 meters, Blahmantung waterfall is the highest and most impressive waterfall you can find on the island and no other waterfall in Bali can commensurate with Blahmantung waterfall.

The 800 meters walk from the parking lot to Blahmantung waterfall is partially challenging and especially during the rainy season where you should be aware of slippery rocks.

The pool of Blahmantung waterfall is surrounded by lush green scenery and bathing there is simply great.

Blahmantung Waterfall is one of the only mentioned hidden beauties in Bali and a visit is highly recommended if you are looking for an uncharted area on the island of the gods.

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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 3 – Munduk Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Munduk Bali) 

“Highlight of my Holiday” or Bali Niagara Falls Part 1 - Highly recommended to vacationers travelling without a guide

 Munduk Waterfall is located about 70 kilometers from Kuta, in the rainforest around Munduk Village within the regency of Buleleng.  Even if the trip to this natural treasure in the north of Bali takes about 2 ½-3 hours, it is well worth the effort. Obviously, if you make such a long trip, combine a Munduk visit with other highlights in the North.

Munduk Village and Waterfall are situated about 850m above sea level and the climate is very different to the one you know in Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak or any other cities located in the south of Bali.

Plenty of signs along the 600 meters path to Munduk Waterfall ensure that you will not get lost and arrive at the destination of your choice without any problems. If you are travelling without a guide, go for this natural highlight!

Also the area around Munduk Waterfall, with its two twin lakes, is visually stunning. The clove plantations and rice fields with the backdrop of Bali’s most popular mountains make Munduk a terrific place.

Comments and reviews about Munduk Waterfall and Village are outstanding:

- “Highlight of my holiday”
- “Like a film set”
- “Amazing Fauna and Flora”

and finally say everything that is needed to say about the area.

Tip 1:  Don’t eat before you go there. Have lunch or dinner at a local Warung (Restaurant) in Munduk instead and enjoy a great view over the private gardens and the valley below.

Tip 2: Munduk waterfall is one of Bali’s so-called Niagara Falls. Just 1 kilometer away from this natural beauty you will be able to find the second “Niagara Falls” named Melanting Waterfall. If your batteries still have enough power and you haven’t seen enough water, have a quick stop at Air Terjun Melanting before you rest and enjoy your food.

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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 4 – Singsing Waterfall or Daybreak Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Sing Sing Bali)

Not high but… - Highly recommended to couples, honeymooners and romance seekers

Singsing Waterfall is located in the Banjar Village, within the Labuan Haji Temukus district, about 3km from Lovina and 13km from Singaraja, Bali’s former capital. A trip to Singsing Waterfall can be perfectly combined with Dolphin Watching and an overnight stay is highly recommended as there are many staggering natural highlights located in the north of Bali. To those who stay in Lovina, due to the short distance to Daybreak Waterfall and the easy accessibility, it is highly recommended to go on a cycling tour to this lovely place of interest.

Termed by the locals as the Air Terjun Singsing, the location with its impeccable beauty, spectacular charm and astonishing view is truly a piece of eye candy.  

The advantage of visiting this area, which is very popular with international and local tourists, is that you have a 2 for 1 offer. SingSing Dua, the second waterfall is located within a short walking distance from Daybreak Waterfall which is easily reached as it’s about 600 meters from the parking bay. You can swim in the lower and upper pools and both pools are ideal for a cooling freshwater dip.

The significance of this place is that it manages to give a purely romantic, exotic and exquisite touch to the atmosphere. Due to its natural scenery many nature lovers and couples love to share some peaceful moments watching the calm waters rippling down a cascade. For this reason, Singsing’s popularity has increased amazingly over the last couple of years which means that you don’t have to worry about meals and drinks at all. The place is already stalled with restaurants and it’s the perfect resting stop to enjoy delicious local food. Also some shops can be found, offering souvenirs, in case you would like to bring some home.

Although the Singsing Waterfalls are only 13 meters in height, they are the most romantic waterfalls in Bali.

Tip 1: In case you are not too tired and still able to find the time, climb up the hill near daybreak waterfall to get the most spectacular view of the far away glamour.

Tip 2: If you are a repeat guest to Bali, visit Singsing in the rainy season (from October / November to March / April) as farmers partially divert the river during the dry season.

Tip3: The mud baths here contain medicinal properties that are reportedly beneficial for your skin.

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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 5 – Aling Aling Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Aling Aling Bali) 

Playground for (local) kids - Highly Recommended to trekking lovers

Aling Aling Waterfall is located in Sambangan village, which is a pioneer of environment protection and has the motto of “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle”, in the Sukasada sub-district, within the Buleleng Regency. The Trip to Aling Aling Waterfall takes about 3 – 3 ½ hours from Kuta / Legian / Seminyak or 20 minutes from the famous Lovina Beach by motor bike.

The Sambangan area is very unique as it offers the opportunity to see 7 waterfalls within a short distance of each other.  To introduce you to all of them would be confusing but if you are a waterfall lover we highly recommend that you stay overnight at Singaraja or Lovina and hire a local scout to see the following waterfalls in addition to the Aling Aling waterfall:

- Pucuk Waterfall (16 meters)
- Kembar Waterfall  (12 meters)
- Kroya Waterfall
- Canging Waterfall
- Dedari Waterfall
- Cemara Waterfall

The Aling Aling waterfall is approximately 35 meters in height and it’s the highest of the 7 waterfalls you can visit in this area. Aling Aling’s pool water is as clear as crystal, refreshing and offers a great opportunity to cool down a little during those sticky days, as it has the most waterfall pools around.

The fresh crystal clear water from the mountains and the surrounding green sceneries will make you feel close to nature. This place is the most entertaining waterfall in all of Bali, not only because of the natural pools, but you can also go sliding and jumping in the waterfall itself. It’s fun, challenging, and refreshing!

As mentioned, in the Sambangan area you can see lots of natural beauties making it a great place for any trekkers. The hikes can be booked with the two following companies:

Shanti Trekking http://www.shanti-northbali.com/index2.html

Alam http://www.alam-amazing-adventures.com/secret-of-sambangan-trekking.php

In the event that trekking fits into your Bali holiday schedule, the roughly 4 hour tour offers you a great opportunity to explore the traditional Bali village and farming lifestyle in Bantenan or Ambengan , which you can’t find in the south of Bali anymore. Additionally you will meet extremely spiritual and friendly people, see farmers at work, catch stunning rice field views and learn more about jack fruits, mangosteens, pineapples, rambutans, mangos, cloves, cacaos and/or coffees.

Tip 1: Let your tour guide explain “Bali Subak”, a water management (irrigation) system


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Must See Waterfall in Bali No. 6 – Sekumpul Waterfalls Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Sekumpul Bali) 

Away from civilization in an unspoiled area - Highly recommended to hikers and aspiring adventurers.

 The distance from Kuta to the Sekumpul Waterfalls, with their location being in the Sawan district, of the Buleleng regency, is 90 kilometers and it takes about 3 hours by car to get there.

A couple of years ago, these hidden gems were still an insider’s tip but due to the unique and fantastic location they have become more and more attractive over the last couple of years.

It is highly recommended to use a guide as these grandeurs of nature are located in an unspoiled area in the middle of the rainforest, away from civilization with hundreds of steps having to be managed as well as containing rapidly moving rivers that have to be crossed. Also the signs are confusing making these natural beauties difficult to reach.

The highest Cascade has a height of 80 meters or 262 feet. Once you have arrived at this sleepy place, your effort is rewarded with some outstanding scenery. It is surrounded by lush green rainforest that has an amazing fauna and flora plus the fresh water pools which are simply perfect for cooling down in are just some of the benefits that you will experience here. Due to this being an uncharted area it is one of the best places in Bali to forget about the problems of everyday life and you can feel close to nature.

Hikers have the option to book a 3 – 4 hour guided tour. If you are interested, please ask your friendly hotel staff for further assistance.

Tip 1: The hike is physically demanding and if you are not well trained you should skip this place of interest as it will be too vigorous for you.

Tip 2:  In case you would like to go there on your own, please don’t follow the signs, ask for some locals help instead!

Tip 3: Bring a waterproof pouch and footwear that can grip to slippery rocks in addition to the previously recommended things

Additional information:

The two smaller falls are pretty much unique as the waters of these two streams trace back to a spring in a cave and not to a river.

Waterfall and Hot Spring Guide  Hot Springs in Bali – Must See Hot Springs

Must See Hot Spring in Bali No. 1 –  Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali Indonesia (Toya Bungkah)              

Amazing lake view - Recommended to vacationers looking for a western standard

Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali, is located in the Batur Lake (the largest lake in Bali) area, at the foot of Mount Batur and could be described as one of the most commercial Hot Springs in Bali. A trip to Toya Bungkah takes about 2 hours from Kuta.

One of the reasons for it being that commercial and popular could be the saying that Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali has one of the biggest healing powers on the island of the gods.

If you plan to see Mount Batur or Batur Lake (Kintamani Area) when you are in Bali anyway, just go there and find out for yourself if the healing force is just a rumor of if it is actually the truth. The additional Trip to Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali takes you about 25-30 minutes and the trip is well worth worth it.

Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali provides you hot spring pools, which are managed by different companies, with an incredible Mount Batur, Mount Abang and Batur Lake view. It is the perfect place to take a break from everyday life as it provides all the basic amenities such as a shower, locker room, towel service, food and beverage outlet, and even a pool bar. The only thing YOU have to take care of is your swimming wear.

Batur Natural Hot Spring Bali stands for a worry-free afternoon, with cooler and cleaner air, away from the main tourist areas in the south.

Don’t forget to stop at Penelokan on the way to Toya Bungkah. This place offers you stunning views of both Batur Mountain and the lake.

For those who plan to stay there overnight it has to be mentioned that several of smaller hotels are based in this area. Don’t expect a 5 star resort as the Kintamani area is not as developed as some other areas in Bali yet.

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Must See Hot Spring in Bali No. 2 – Banjar Hot Spring Bali Indonesia (Air Panas Banjar Bali)

The Hot Spring with a kids's pool - Highly recommended to families travelling with children 

Banjar Hot Spring Bali, one of the ‘colder’ Hot Springs in Bali, is located in the north of the island, about 10 minutes away from Lovina or about 3 hours from Kuta and consists of 1 ‘hot’ pool, 2 larger lukewarm pools and a private pool, which are all surrounded by beautiful gardens in the middle of the jungle.

Banjar Hot Spring Bali is a very peaceful place where plenty of locals come for relaxation as well. If you want to experience a bath with some actual Balinese people, this is the Hot Spring to go to. In case you are looking for privacy, check out the other Hot Springs we have listed in this category.

One of the pools can be described as a kid’s pool and if you are travelling with the whole family, you can splash around with your children here. The upper pool can be described as the massage pool and naturally you will stay in there for a very long time. The water gushes from the mouths of 8 stone carved Nagas (mystical dragon like creatures) which will simply pamper your senses.

The toilets are clean, well maintained and lockers are available, a definite bonus that Banjar Hot Spring Bali offers. Towels and shampoo are provided and changing cabins are available.

A local Restaurant provides basic food and cold drinks. Some smaller souvenir shops are waiting for you to bargain with them.

All in all, this place is well worth the visit and a family with two kids won’t spend any more than 20 USD/AUD for a visit including food and drinks.

Opening Hours:                daily from 8.00 am – 6.00 pm

Tip: If you would like to combine the visit of Banjar Hot Spring Bali with a little walk, just stop at Banjar Village. The distance from the village to Air Panas Banjart is about 1 kilometer.

Attractive Natural Beauties:

Waterfall and Hot Spring Guide  Waterfalls in Bali – Attractive Waterfalls

Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 1 – Melanting Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Melanting Bali) 

Bali’s Niagara Falls Part 2 - Recommended to those who can't manage long hikes

 Melanting Waterfall, Munduk’s big brother, is located just a kilometer stroll away from Munduk waterfall (Air Terjun Munduk Bali). It can be accessed very easily and the 500 meter long footpath does not require you to be in peak physical condition or to be well trained. 

Even Munduk Waterfall can be reached effortlessly.

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 2 – Carat Waterfalls or Ceret Waterfalls Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Carat / Ceret Bali) 

Afraid of steep cliffs and a small bamboo bridge? - Highly recommended to thrill seekers

Carat Waterfalls are located close to an unspoiled village called “Tamblang” in the Singaraja regency, about 85km from Denpasar. The trip to Carat Waterfalls from Jimbaran or Nusa Dua can take about 3 – 3 ½ hours, depending on the traffic!

The roughly 800 meter long path to Carat Waterfalls is the most adventurous one as you have to manage a Bamboo Bridge and some steep cliffs to arrive at both of the waterfalls. The trek takes about 10 minutes and shouldn’t be attempted by families with kids as it is too dangerous for children.

The pool below the smaller fall, which is about 4 meters in height , is not very deep. It is the perfect place to cool down and splash around. To reach the pool of the bigger fall, it is highly recommended to use a local guide. The cliffs are steep and it is extremely dangerous to go there on your own.

Legend says that Carat or Ceret Waterfalls are haunted and bad luck will be brought to those visitors which mention bad things about the waterfalls or those who do things that have a negative environmental impact to its surroundings.

Additional Information: The pipes you see along the path supply fresh water to nearby local villages.

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 3 –  Lemukih Waterfalls Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Lemukih Bali) 

Triplets close to Sekumpul Falls - Recommended to hikers and adventurers – Book the Trekking Tour.

 Lemukih Falls nearly has the same characteristics as Sekumpul Waterfalls (Waterfall 6) as they are located in the neighborhood of Sekumpul village in the Sawan district. The trip to these three beauties also takes about 3 hours from Kuta, Nusa Dua or Jimbaran and the distance is also about the same.

However even more parallels can be found: 

1.       You should not try to go there on your own because there are no signs to guide you.

2.       Hikers have the option to do a 5 hour guided jungle trek

3.       People in this area are amazingly friendly.

4.       You can experience the “original Bali” away from mass tourism, if you book the trekking tour.

5.       You have to cross rapidly moving rivers if go on the trekking tour.

6.       You should bring a waterproof pouch.

7.       The Tour is physically demanding.

The only difference is the accessibility. The parking area is pretty close the footpath and it’s easy to manage.  Lemukih consists of 3 waterfalls, offering you the perfect postcard picture scenery. Swim or splash in the pools underneath Lemukih falls or simply relax there. Become one with nature and feel the energy of this overwhelming place.  

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 4 – Nung Nung Waterfalls Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Nungnung Bali) 

Deal with hundreds of stairs - Recommended to people who want to combine a scenic trip with a “little” workout.

 Nung Nung Waterfalls are located around 1 ½ hour’s drive from Ubud or about a 2 ½ hour drive from Seminyak, Kuta, Legian or Tuban near the village of Plaga, within the Petang area in Northern Badung. Both of the Nung Nung Waterfalls are situated about 900 meters above sea level, close to Bali’s biggest bridge “Tukad Bangkung”, which is also the highest in Asia as its over 71 meters.

 Are you ready to combine your day trip with a workout? Then Nung nung Waterfalls are clearly your choice as you have to clamber up hundreds of stairs to arrive at Nung nung’s pool where you can refresh and have a splash around.

Nevertheless you don’t have to be that well trained as along the path plenty of Gazebos (local resting places made out of wood) have been built. If you’re a not in the best physical condition, don’t worry.  Simply don’t put yourself under pressure and take your time, you are on holiday! Bring a bottle of water, take regular breaks and then challenge yourself to reach the top. Once you have reached the waterfalls, you we feel great. Can you still remember how it felt the last time you conquered one’s weaker self?

Your effort will be rewarded with outstanding scenery and lovely fresh air.

Are you ready for an innovative workout in Bali’s lush green environment?

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 5 – (Dusun) Kuning Waterfall Bali Indonesia or Yellow Waterfall (Air Terjun Dusun Kuning Bali) 

Waterfalls and Monkeys – Recommended to Travelers who want to see monkeys and waterfalls in the same area.

 The tour to Dusun Kuning Waterfall, also named the Yellow Waterfall (Kuning = Yellow, Dusun = Village), takes about 2 hours. It is located at Kuning Hamlet, about 6 kilometers to the south of Bangli.

This roaring waterfall, about 25 meters in height, can be accessed through a 500 meter pathway, that is surrounded by  verdant clove plantations on the right and left side and starts at very sleepy Dusun Kuning Village.

The pool at Dusun Kuning Waterfall is unsuitable for bathing and swimming as it is small and the water flow is too strong. This act of god is impressive at it shows its full natural force but if you want to splash around, swim or sunbath at a river, this is clearly the wrong place to go.

On the other hand, there is a forest pretty close, that is populated by thousands of wild monkeys (macaques), just around the corner and it’s easy to reach. If you can’t organize a trip to see the most popular monkey places in Bali (Uluwatu Temple in the Bukit – Jimbaran Cliff and the Monkey Forest in Ubud), Dusun Kuning waterfalls offers a nice alternative to see the falls and monkeys on the same day.

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 6 – Juwuk Manis Waterfalls Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Juwuk Manis Bali) 

You want to explore something others don’t? - Recommended to trendsetters.

 Juwuk Manis Twin Falls (Sweet Orange Waterfalls) are located in the village of Manggissari, in Pekutatan, within the Jembrana regency. The Juwuk Manis Waterfalls with their 5 meter high falls belongs to the group of smaller waterfalls in Bali and are pretty much undiscovered. The footpath to Juwuk Manis Waterfalls is about 800 meters long and to a degree slippery at some parts. The water here is crystal clear and also drinkable.

Apart from the locals, these sweet twin falls don’t get many visitors and they are the perfect place to go for trendsetters that like to talk about things others surely haven’t seen.

In case you are a distinguished waterfall pioneer and have already explored Juwuk Manis Waterfalls, please share your experience with other readers and leave a comment.

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 7 –  Jembong Waterfall Bali Indonesia (Air Terjun Jembong Bali) 

A hidden gem close to Gitgit! – Recommended to trendsetters.

 Jembong Waterfall is located in the village of Ambengan, in the Sukasada District, within the Buleleng regency, about 70 kilometers from Nusa Dua or Jimbaran. The Trip to Jembong Waterfalls takes about 2 – 2 ½ hours.

Guides and drivers haven’t added this waterfall to their regular trips and tours yet for a very simple reason:

The distance to Bali’s most famous Waterfalls (Gitgit) is only 8 kilometers.

Also the accessibility is a bit difficult as you have to climb up plenty of stairs as well as it having a smaller rocky and slippery path.

It might be a nice idea, if you have been to Gitgit and enjoyed your time there, to then stop at Jembong Waterfall to make up your own opinion if Gitgit is justifiably Bali’s number one waterfall.  Or maybe there some other hidden jewels on the island that deserve this title more? The locals say that Jembong Waterfall belongs to the top 3 waterfalls in Bali at least.

Have you already done a Trip to Jembong Waterfalls? Please share your opinion and give some recommendations!

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Attractive Waterfall in Bali No. 8 –   Yeh Mempeh Waterfall Bali Indonesia or Les Waterfall Bali (Air Terjun Yeh Mempeh Bali) 

Waterfalls and Monkeys - Recommended to Travelers who want to see monkeys and waterfalls in the same area.

Not a lot to say about Yeh Mempeh. Neither can you swim in the pool, nor can you find other specialties there. 

It is just a waterfall which is only worth seeing if you have already explored all the others.

Waterfall and Hot Spring Guide  Hot Springs in Bali – Attractive Hot Springs

Attractive Hot Spring in Bali No. 1 –  Yeh Panas Natural Hot Spring Bali Indonesia (Penatahan Hot Spring)

Professionally operated but local - Recommendet to Budget travelers

Yeh Panas Hot Spring Bali, is located within the Tabanan district, in the village of Penatahan and offers you the perfect opportunity to integrate a Hot Spring Bath into your Tour to Tanah Lot temple as it is just a 40 minute drive away from the temple.

Yeh and Panas are both Balinese words.  Yeh means in Balinese water and Panas stands for warm or hot.

Nestled in a lush green area and surrounded by hills, rice fields and a cold mountain river, Yeh Panas Natural Hot Spring represents Balinese Nature as its best.

The mixture of nine private and semi-private pools are professionally operated and this includes some Spa opportunities.

Yeh Panas Natural Hot Spring Bali is the perfect place to go if you have already planned a Tour to Tanah Lot and you can’t find the time to go to Angseri Hot Spring, a very local place with basic facilities.

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Attractive Hot Spring in Bali No. 2 –  Angseri Hot Spring Bali Indonesia (Air Panas Angseri Bali)

Basic, local and not easy to reach - Recommended to true nature lovers

If you want to visit Angseri Hot Spring, which is located in the district of Tabanan, you should make sure that your driver knows where you would eventually like to end up. Air Panas Angseri Bali, is not very popular with tourists as it only provides you with the minimum for your the basic needs.

The way to Angseri Hot Spring could already be exciting as the roads by and large are not in the best shape. Probably it is a good idea to tip your driver after the bumpy trip for checking if his dampers are working properly or not.

If you expect a parking lot “right in front of the door” of Angseri Hot Spring you will be disappointed. The excitement doesn’t stop when you switch off the engine. Before you arrive at the destination of your choice you have to clamber down a lot of stairs which are etched into the hillside and can be slippery from time to time. It is recommended to wear some shoes with a lot of grip.

After you have managed all of the exciting challenges, from bumpy roads to slippery stairs, you will be rewarded with some lovely local scenery. The color of the water is milky green as it is full of sulfates and minerals, which completely compliments the lush green scenery.

You can enjoy Air Panas Angseri Bali in two different ways. If you love public bathing, chose one of the two public pools which are provided. For couples who would like to enjoy some alone time, small and basic but private cabins are available.

Ok, Angseri Hot Spring is very local and you probably can find more exclusivity and facilities at other hot springs, but isn’t it the really local things which actually give you the most memorable moments in your holiday?

By the way, if you would like to see how the Balinese spend their weekends and you don’t mind the place being busy, you should go there on Sunday and you will probably be the only foreigner in-between 50 or more Balinese people. To everyone else it is highly recommended to go there during the week.

The entrance fee for Angseri Hot Spring Bali is minimal, showers and toilets are available and a small warung is located just around the corner. 

Angseri Hot Spring offers you the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful afternoon the Balinese way!

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Attractive Hot Spring in Bali No. 3 –  Yeh Sanih Fresh Water Spring Bali Indonesia (Air Sanih)

Hot Spring with a fantastic view - Recommended to travelers who need to calm down

One thing has to be mentioned in advance, Yeh Sanih Fresh Water Springs offer you a fantastic view as the pool is directly located on the black-sand beach of Northern Bali.

About 15 kilometers away from Singaraja you will find the exact opposite of Banjar Hot Spring Bali. Yeh Sanih Fresh Water Springs, an enclosed natural swimming pool, has both cool and fresh water and it is far from being a very busy place. Cool sea breezes, wooden bale and large trees make your stop at Air Sanih a very convenient time.

Have Lunch or Dinner in one of the Hotels you can find around this the fresh water spring which is bounded by a beautiful garden.

The area of Yeh Sanih is also known for the temples that are scattered here and there. If you are here anyway, why are you not going to see the hillside temple ‘Pura Taman Manik Mas’?

Tip: In case you like snorkeling, bring your equipment and enjoy your time in the “Bali Strait”.