Witness these gorgeous waterfalls in Bali as suggested by one of the best Indian restaurants in Bali
A sonorous calm, a refreshing dip, and an extremely beautiful experience. These are just some of the things that characterize the exquisite Bali waterfalls. Dotted with endless waterfalls, the island offers an opportunity for the best experiences of your life. The island’s natural beauty is undeniable and the waterfalls just add to that. Make your Bali trip eventful and head to these scenic waterfalls. Feel free to then satisfy your hunger pangs at one of the best Indian restaurants in Bali.
Located amidst the towering forests of Ubud, the wide and deep Tegenungan waterfall is perfect to take a dip in. Take in the fresh afternoon air as you float in the cold waters. If you’d prefer a bit of privacy then go in the evening when it’s not so crowded. It’s only 10km from Ubud, so we suggest taking a moped or a cab. After you are done taking a refreshing dip, you can chomp on some delicious Indian food in Ubud at Queens Tandoor.
If you want to get a trek in before you dive in, then this is the perfect waterfall to experience. It’s an even better place for adventure junkies, since there’s a natural slide here, allowing you to slide right down into the pool. Many of the diners that come to our Indian restaurant in Ubud talk endlessly about this amazing experience. The best part about this is the strenuous trek rewarded by the fresh, cool and calm water. It’s also worth the effort since it is one of the less crowded waterfalls.
One of the most popular waterfalls in Bali — much like our restaurant offering Indian food in Bali — head here to not only take a dip but to witness the hustle bustle too. This place is serenaded by tourists and has thus become a famous tourist spot. Complete with art shops and cafes, the place has a number of attractive things to offer. This 35m waterfall is also home to wild monkeys, so maybe look after your belongings.
Kanto Lampo Waterfall
If you want to witness magic, then this is the place to be. Head there in the wee hours of the morning to witness the sun rays filtering through the trees and hitting the lovely blue of the water. Although it is a man-made wonder it is nothing short of stunning and the best part is that it is only 12km from Ubud. So if you feel the hunger pangs hitting then you can head straight to our restaurant offering Indian dining in Bali.
There a lot more beautiful and wondrous waterfalls across Bali but these are some of our top favorites and also pretty convenient to our Indian vegetarian restaurants in Bali.