Tukad Cepung Waterfall is definitely one of the most unique spots in Bali. With sun rays that beam through the falls, here’s everything you need to know.
How To Get To Tukad Cepung Waterfall
Tukad Cepung Waterfall is super easy to get to by car or motorcycle. Located just outside of Ubud, we visited before our trip to Tibumana Waterfall and it turned out to be one of our favourites waterfalls near Ubud.
This epic waterfall has an adventurous, jungle like trail leading up to it and is famous for its crazy sun rays that shine through!
Easy to reach and only a 15 minute walk, this waterfall is family friendly and not too strenuous.
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Tukad Cepung Waterfall Costs
Entrance Fee – 10,000 IDR
Parking – FREE
Mie Goreng (vegetable noodles) on the way back up – 25,000 IDR
Tukad Cepung Waterfall Bali – Ubud’s Hidden Gem
Of all the Bali waterfalls, Tukad Cepung Waterfall was the most unique and magical one we visited. It’s becoming a hotspot amongst tourists, as well a very popular Instagram location.
The walk to get down to Tukad Cepung Waterfall was straight forward and easy enough. Although, unlike most Bali waterfalls, this one you had to wade through a knee-high river and over a few rocks to get there.
It took all of 15 minutes to get down to the enchanted location of Tukad Cepung Waterfall.
The Sun Rays
If you’re lucky enough to be chasing the waterfalls near Ubud on a sunny day, then you’re in for a treat. The stunning sun rays shine straight through the top of the falls creating natural beams across the canyon like rock formations.
You can swim in the waterfall and get pretty close without getting too wet from the spray, so get your cameras ready.
We headed straight to Tukad Cepung at around 10am, after our Tegalalang Rice Terrace visit, which is the perfect time of day to catch the crazy sun rays.
On the way down to the falls there is a little warung selling the usual Mie Goreng (vegetable noodles). So bare that in mind for the hike back up. We stopped off to chat to the locals and refuel which cost us 25,000 IDR for noodles along with water which was 10,000 IDR.
Mid-Budget – Pertiwi Bisma 2 – A little hint of luxury up in the peaceful palm tree forest! The grounds were immaculate and each villa was faultless. It’s also a nice and easy distance away from the some of the best Bali waterfalls.
Backpacker – Sila Urip Guest House – Great reviews at a tiny price. This guest house is centrally located, especially if you’re looking to chase the waterfalls near Ubud.
You can also check out the prices of other places to stay in Ubud here.
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