Located near the small village of Les. In Balinese, the name of the waterfall translates as 'flying water'.
This waterfall is not very touristy, so it has preserved its pristine beauty and untouched nature. Yeh Mampeh can also be considered one of the highest waterfalls on the island. There are several caves in the rocks near the waterfall that you can explore.
You can reach the village of Les via the road to Singaraja. Turn off the main road at the intersection of Jalan Raja Singaraja and Amlapura. There is a parking lot at the entrance to the waterfall, where locals charge an entrance fee of 2,500 rupees.
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