Lemukih waterfall is one of the most stunning waterfalls in Bali. Located near the village of Sekumpul in the Singaraja region, Lemukih falls from a height of 165 feet and is surrounded by green forest and bucolic rice paddies. Set against stunning tropical foliage and surrounded by towering cliffs, the falls awe visitors with water cascading down from the top of the cliff into three separate pools, before flowing into the river below.
What To Know Before Sliding Down Lemukih Falls in Bali
The most direct route to Lemukih waterfall is from the city of Denpasar via Jl Raya Kintamani Highway. Depending on traffic conditions, it should take about two hours to get there. Once you arrive at Sekumpul village you’ll need to hire a local guide who will lead you on a short trek through the forest. When you reach the base of the waterfall, you’ll be rewarded with views of this natural wonder that will immediately make the journey worth it. You can simply admire the falls from afar, or take a dip yourself. Some adventurous visitors even choose to use the falls as a kind of waterslide, letting the water carry them down the rocks in an adrenaline-pumping experience. If you do this, however, make sure to exercise extreme caution, as there are no lifeguards on duty.
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Apart from swimming and admiring nature at its finest, there are plenty of activities to take advantage of near Lemukih Waterfall. If hiking isn’t your thing, consider taking a cycling tour through Munduk or trekking through nearby rice terraces—both activities offer stunning views and an unforgettable experience. For those looking for something more leisurely, book a spa day at one of the nearby resorts.