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Famous Waterfalls in Indonesia

Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world that features 17,504 tropical islands studded with white sandy beaches. Closely located to the equator, it is a beautiful destination that is endowed with gifts of nature. Various regions of this place are tastefully developed and enjoy sunshine throughout the day. It is enriched with rare gifts of the nature and features several sites that can fill you with sweet memories. Indonesia features several beautiful waterfalls where tourists come to experience the real charm of nature. Here is the list of few. There is no problem in air travel booking for this destination and you can always find great deals for holidaying.

Famous Waterfalls in Indonesia
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Bantimurung Waterfall (South Sulawesi)

Experience a refreshing moment at Bantimurung in Maros with this beautiful waterfall of Bantmurung. It is a favorite spot for bathing. The waterfall is sited at the valley of a limestone hill with its abundant tropical flora. It is mainly a government protected natural reserve, which features a stunning waterfall along with extensive dense forests. In a hilly panorama, natural waterfall cascading from the top of cliffs appears amazing. It is surrounded with several caves and becomes a home of several types of butterflies and rare bird.

Sipiso-Piso Waterfall (North Sumatra)

Situated at a distance of 24 km from Kabanjahe at the north side of Lake Toba, it is a 360 feet waterfall visible from a gazebo from a top of the hill. This waterfall is positioned in the beautiful highlands of North Sumatra. This long and narrow waterfall drops from 120 meters into a striking gap. Surrounded with green mountains, the waterfall creates a picture-perfect view with a rainbow forming at the base of the waterfall.

Yeh Mampeh Waterfall (Bali)

Yeh means water and mameph mean flying in Balinese. This waterfall justifies its name as flying water. This waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Bali, which is situated in the Pura Village just before the Pura Subak. The fall of water is hasty, which sometimes can hurt you.

Jukut Waterfall (Lombok)

Situated in the south foot of Mount Rinjani in the conservation area of Mount Rinjani National Park, Jukut Waterfall is supposed to cure a variety of diseases and also provides nourishment to hair. Water falling from here is really curative.

Nungnung Waterfall (Bali)
It is a 50 meters high waterfall situated in a small village about 40 km north of Denpasar at about 900 meters above the sea level. The waterfall is surrounded with lush green trees and plantations.

Colo Waterfall (Central Java)

Situated 18 kms from north of Kudus, Colo is a mountain resort that enjoys a proximity of waterfall. It is close to another attraction, the tomb of Sunan Muria, who was one of the nine Moslem saints in Java. On Friday, the grave is visited by pilgrims from adjoining regions.
Apart from these waterfalls, there are several places to visit in Indonesia.

Author Bio: The author is a web content writer at She has written a number of articles on different aspects of travel & tourism especially on golden triangle holidays. She also maintains a travel blog to exchange innovative ideas from other travel bloggers.

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