Suwat Waterfall

A Hidden Gem

Suwat Waterfall is known to most people, especially Indonesian, as Air Terjun Suwat. 

Even though it’s one of the most stunning cascades in Bali, paradoxically almost no tourist has ever seen it. It’s located 15 km from the centre of Ubud and it offers not just unspoilt nature, but also extensive opportunities for recreation and exploring the surrounding area.

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Under the waterfall, for example, there is a small cave dug in the rocks that makes a perfect photo opportunity: a remarkably preserved marvel! 

The path down to the waterfall is very easy and, when you get close to the gate, you are surrounded by rice paddies. After paying the entrance fee of 15K, follow the path in the bamboo forest and there you are! 

Take advantage of the moment to visit this still unknown gem because, would it be a matter of weeks, months?, and it will be crowded with tourists and families.

Suwat Entrance Fee

IDR 15,000 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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