Discover a secluded waterfall on the path to adventure.
Let’s start the journey to Sing Sing Waterfall in Tabanan regency. Don’t forget to bring some drinks and a camera in your backpack.
The waterfall is located in Belimbing village, around 1.5 hours from Denpasar. Journeying by car or motorcycle are equally fun, but remain alert because the highway is crowded with large trucks carrying construction materials and interprovince buses.
A number of traffic accidents have occurred along the highway.
When taking the right turn at the intersection in Bajera village heading to Jl. Antosari, Pupuan, you will find a quieter road as most large vehicles take the left turn heading to Gilimanuk.
Along this road, your eyes will be comforted by rows of rural homes standing next to rice fields, a much more pleasant scene than the lines of motorcycles packed into southern Bali.
From the intersection, it takes around a further 30 minutes to reach Belimbing village, which displays a large ecotourism billboard at its entrance gate.
The village features natural trekking. There are two waterfalls, the first is located next to the Belimbing village market, right across from the LuhurMekori temple, which is surrounded by large trees and wild monkeys.
A dirt road is wide enough for only one car to pass, so it is easier to use a motorcycle and park in between the villagers’ farms. Around 15 minutes along the dirt road, you can find a footpath heading downwards on the right side of the road.
A village resident, Ketut Mudiarta, said it was some 500 meters walk down the dirt footpath, across the rice field and alongside
Along the road, your eyes will be comforted by rows of rural homes standing next to rice fields,
a small stream to finally find the hidden waterfall.
Not many people have visited this waterfall due to the difficult access. But since 2012 a path with stairs has been constructed.
The waterfall is not so big. It is surrounded by a bamboo forest. Not far from where the waterfall stands, visitors can relax in a bale bengong (gazebo) next to the rice fields.
For first-timers going there without a guide, you will most likely get lost. But don’t hesitate to ask any nearby residents as they are quite helpful when they are not busy.