Overshadowed by Gitgit Waterfall for popularity, the Jembong Waterfall is equally beautiful with breathtaking natural scenery. Read more.
Breathtaking In Its Own Right
The Gitgit Waterfall is known as the best waterfall in Bali and it often overshadows the peaceful Jembong Waterfall.
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The Jembong Waterfall is located in the village of Ambengan, in the district of Sukasada, in a hilly area with a breathtaking natural scenery. It is about 6 kilometers from the city of Singaraja but don’t worry though, from the parking lot you just need to walk about 200 metres. To get to the waterfall, there are two alternative paths: a smooth path or a stairway. Unlike other waterfalls, this one is not perpendicular but has a 75° inclination. The Jembong Waterfall consists of two levels: the height is around 15 meters and at the bottom there is a 1 m deep natural pool. You won’t find many tourists here, so you can peacefully enjoy this unspoiled piece of nature.
The Jembong Waterfall is adjacent to the village of Gitgit which also offers several waterfall spots. So, if you are planning a trip to the North of Bali, the villages of Ambengan and Gitgit are worth visiting since they are so close to each other.
Jembong Entrance Fee
IDR 20,000 per person*
*Although we aim to keep the information on our website up to date, entrance prices may have changed since we last checked.
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