If you have been to Bali, you must have known about Gitgit waterfall or Aling-ALing waterfall, but have you ever heard about the Blahmantung waterfall? The Blahmantung waterfall or also known as Pujungan waterfall is located in Pujungan village, Pupuan district, Tabanan, Bali. It is located about 48 km from Tabanan city. This waterfall height is approximately 25 meters above the ground that flow from a high cliff in the middle of a plantation that’s far away from the local resident. The area around the Blahmantung waterfall is still natural and untouched with a cool air and the natural sound of the water that fall from the height to the rock at the bottom makes the tourists who come to this place enjoying a very gorgeous and relaxing atmosphere. It is as if the world is free from trouble and give them the time to enjoy just the nature.
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On the way to this site, the tourists can see a beautiful panorama of the countryside in Bali with coffee and cacao plantation in the right and left side of the footpath. The activities of the farmers of these plantations are also an interesting and unique sight, since they are still using a traditional or manual ways to do their jobs. If you have time to drop by in one of the local restaurants, you can actually order real coffee from the plantation in that area while enjoying the cool and fresh natural countryside atmosphere.
To get to the location, you will need to drive around 68 km, if you come from Denpasar. But if you come from the Ngurah Rai International Airport, you will need to travel around 120 minutes to reach this place using vehicles. The condition of the road is well enough since the pujungan village is located on the road that connected the Denpasar and Singaraja. You can use Taxi or even better, rent a car plus a driver to get you easily to this waterfall. The waterfall itself is hidden among the cliffs and that condition makes this waterfall unique and attractive to the tourists who come to see it. You can see a hidden beauty of not only 1 waterfall, but actually 3 waterfalls in this Blahmantung waterfall tourist attraction. So, what are you waiting for? Rent a car and hit the road to be able to enjoy the beauty of the Blahmantung waterfall!
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