For those who would like to combine health and tourism, Lawak Village located North Badung – which is also part of Belok Sidan Village, could be an attractive destination. Not only can you enjoy its fresh air but you can also experience a number of excellent treks through the almost unspoiled surrounding countryside. One of the most spectacular treks offered by the village is to NungNung Waterfall. This NungNung Waterfall is visible through 200 m of undergrowth. It can be reached by car from Denpasar – the one hour journey passes through roads with little traffic surrounded by a captivating landscape of terraced rice-fields, lush green hills, valleys, paddy fields, and orange groves. Pelaga Belok Sidan agrotourism is another amazing spot. NungNung Waterfall is set within a dense jungle. The falls can be reached on foot via a well-defined staircase with a 45 degree angle.
Although the stairs have been advanced in order to ease the trek, the condition around the falls is relatively untouched, so you have to be alert to the ravines at the side which are quite steep and risky. One is bodily challenged to climb up the stairs, it may require a certain technique and lots of energy.You will be tired and sweating at the end of the trek since a lot of energy is needed for the 10 km trail. However, along the trail you will be entertained by the birds that serenade, the flow of the falls, boundless fresh air, and perhaps the sound of bamboo gamelan played by the farmers from the huts. In the distance you can see the waterfall hidden behind the thick green undergrowth.
What you can see around Nungnung Waterfall :
1. Only 15 minutes from Nungnung Waterfall you can see the longest bridge in Bali calls Tukad Bangkung Bridge
2. Sangeh Monkey Forest the first monkey forest in Bali introduced to the tourist.