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22 / 09 / 2017
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The lake Batur in Bali compounds a lot of fish farming and the air is redolent with the smell of the onions, the chilies and the cabbage of garlic growing. Some interesting village around that you can easily get by small trees.

Reputed to be the sister of Lake Buyan, Lake Tamblingan in Bali is the smallest lake of the island and a perfect start for trek. You can hear the voice of birds and other inhabitants of the forest that surrounding the water.

One of the most beautiful nature and vegetation scenery on the island. Let yourself admire the tranquility of the lake Buyan in Bali and feel the coolness of the air.

Bratan Lake is located next to Mount Bratan and Mount Catur. It is the second largest lake in Bali. Filling the crater of the inactive volcano Mount Catur, Bratan Lake sits at over 1,200 meters above sea level.

This waterfall is situated in northern Bali near Singaraja in a quiet and unspoilt forest. They have only recently been opened up so that tourists can visit (previously only locals could come here because of religious significance).

The only places in North Bali and even all the island which has nine waterfalls. It is dearly amazing, more impressively, all the waterfalls are located in extraordinarily pristine countryside with verdant hills and winding rivers.

A visit to Git Git waterfall should be on every tourist’s list. The waterfall is forty meters high and as the water falls, it looks like white clouds falling down the mountain one after another.

It is one of the fabulous waterfall on the island that is located in the village of Munduk, north Bali.

The 443 stairs over, straight to your eyes the 50 meter high waterfall in the middle of bright green.

The Yeh Mempeh / Les Waterfall is one of the tallest in Bali. From the parking area, you will need to walk just over a kilometre (less than 1 mile) to get to the waterfall.