Kuning Waterfall is located at a hidden location known as Air Terjun Kuning; close to the southern region of Bangli and accessible through a pathway.
Located around 80 feet above the ground, the waters pour down over the high cliffs to collect in the pool at the bottom.
Kuning Waterfall, Air Terjun Kuning Swimming Location & Entrance Fee, Bali
The descent to the waterfall can be very steep and slippery, so make sure to wear sturdy shoes. The path takes you through the forest on a muddy pathway followed by steep stairs that do not have handrails. Therefore the walk to this waterfall may not be suitable for young children or the elderly.
While bathing or relaxing at the bottom of the waterfalls, visitors may be treated to the sight of grey monkeys as they emerge from the tropical jungle close to the Kuning Waterfall. This adds a rich experience to your trip and is one of how Bali benefits from ecotourism.
To get to the waterfalls from Bali’s capital city Denpasar, drive to Bangli using either the Stanger route or the Gianyar route. Once you arrive at the Bali Garden, you will find a junction. Take a turn to the right to the next junction where you will take another right turn. Follow the road to where it ends, close to a local settlement.