Eleven kilometers south of Singaraja, off the dramatic road to Bedugul, is Bali's most spectacular waterfall, easily accessible at the end of a 500 meter walk past numerous pushy textile and souvenir sellers and peaceful rice fields. Pull into the parking lot, cross the street, then pay a small donation. Enter a narrow concrete path between a cement building on the left and compound on the right. A fascinating walk for botanists, wind through coffee trees, timber-sized bamboo, and a riot of temperate zone 'house plants'-King Kong compared to the dracaena and philodendron of the West. The path levels out among irrigated rice fields and at the falls are a restaurant, 'warung makan', souvenir shops, and toilets.