Do you know that during this time, Bali keeps being a province in Indonesia mostly presenting a variety of natural beauty that has been famous to foreign countries? One of the natural loveliness is Tegenungan Waterfall which is commonly called the Blangsinga Waterfall located in Kemenuh village, Sukawati sub-district, Gianyar, Bali.
Tegenungan Waterfall has a beautiful natural scenery, a field of green trees around the waterfall completed with the sound of water splashing and bird chirping which increasingly add the beauty of the waterfall. There you can sit enjoying the waterfall while playing water and certainly take pictures to immortalise the experience.
As a leading tourist destination in Gianyar regency, Tegunungan waterfall is already widely visited by tourists both from domestic and foreign countries. For those who have never come to see it and have a desire to visit the Tegenungan Waterfall, do not worry, there have been already available various facilities for the visitors ranging from spacious vehicle parking, food stalls, restaurants and villas around the waterfall.
In addition, around the waterfall, there has also been built bathing facilities with showers that come from a pure water spring to clean after playing water. The presence of pure water springs around the waterfall are also often used by surrounding communities for everyday's consumptions and other necessities such as bathing.
The ticket to Tegenungan Waterfall for local tourists will incur an entrance fee of IDR 5,000 for children and IDR 15,000 for adults, while for foreign tourists it is ranging from IDR 15.000 - IDR 20.000.
Tegenungan Waterfall is located in Banjar Tegenungan, Kemenuh Village, Sukawati Sub-district, Gianyar Regency, Bali. If you are in the area of Kuta Bali then you have to travel a distance of 33 km with an estimated time of 1 hour 20 minutes. If you are in Ngurah Rai International Airport Denpasar, then you have to travel for 32.6 km through Ngurah Rai Street By Pass with estimated time reaching 58 minutes.
Be noticed, there is no public transportation to access the Tegenungan Waterfall, therefore, you have to use private vehicles. In addition, to enjoy the beauty of the waterfall maximumly, it is advisable not to visit the Tegenungan Waterfall during the rainy season because the water conditions will be turbid.