Seven Bali Holidays

Wanagiri Hidden Hill

"Instagram-worthy" spot in the breathtaking scenery

The most popular selfie destination in Bali's northern region is Wanagiri Hidden Hill. It's only a short drive from the famous Handara Gate. It provides a breathtaking perspective that you will never forget. If you're looking for a "Instagram-worthy" location, there's no doubt that you'll find plenty of options here. The Wanagiri Hidden Hill features many selfie places, each with its own set of attractions, such as a stunning human-sized bird's nest, swing, wooden teacups, the bow of a boat, wooden stars, tree houses, and an Indonesian interpretation of the Eiffel Tower. All of these platforms provide direct views of Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan, which are bordered by shady woodlands and provide a genuinely stunning slice of Bali.

What to Expect
Wanagiri Hidden Hill is a destination with a mountainous landscape that blends with a modern yet peaceful ambiance. As previously stated, you can expect a breathtaking vista that will last a lifetime. It has a well-known Bali swing that you can ride alone or with a loved one. You will be facing a lake with a crystal-like vista in front of you as you read the swing, which is surrounded by verdant hills. You can snap a picture with a beautiful background, similar to what you've seen on everyone's Instagram page recently. As previously said, there are a variety of flatforms to choose from, including a gorgeous human-sized bird's nest, wooden teacups, and more. It will be a lot of fun to collect the greatest photographs for your feed, including the bow of a boat, wooden stars, tree houses, and much more. All of these platforms have a direct view of Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan, which are all bordered by forested areas.
Wanagiri Hidden Hill Admission Cost
The lookouts of Wanagiri Hidden Hill are free, however there is an entrance fee if you want to use the specifically created platforms for a photo, which typically ranges from 40,000 IDR to 60,000 IDR per person. Because there are so many options, it's probable that each one will have a different price tag. You can go for a drive to choose the one that best suits your needs. However, keep in mind that each region may have its own set of attractions. In most cases, it will include a swing, a nest, and a bamboo lookout. After paying the entrance charge, you are free to stay as long as you want and take as many images as you want for Instagram.
Lakes Buyan and Tamblingan
Between Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan, about one kilometer apart and separated by a rainforest-covered hill, there is a pool that is directly connected to Lake Buyan through a tiny canal. The Twin Lakes are the name given to the two lakes. This picture provides a superb overview of Bali's volcanic center. Volcanoes sculpted and formed this island, generating volcanic cones and lakes, as well as fertile soils that support a luxuriant forest. This is one of three twin lakes that grew out of a massive caldera. Two more lakes, Lake Tamblingan in the west and Lake Bratan in the east, flanked him. After Lake Batur, Lake Buyan (on the left) is Bali's second largest lake, while Tamblingan Lake is the island's smallest. The twin lakes of Lake Buyan and Tamblingan enchant visitors with their natural beauty, which is still quite natural, nuance quiet, and tranquil. The lake is not contaminated, in addition to providing stunning scenery typical of other Bali attractions. If you visit Lake Buyan and Tamblingan, you should expect to be led around the lake by boat, as this is not offered. Residents around the lake exclusively use small boats known as "perahu" to carry out their activism. The lake's comfort and peace may be felt as guests are assured that they will not be bothered by the roar of the engine of the car, which has become synonymous with big towns. Visitors to Lake Buyan and Tamblingan can engage in a range of water sports such as kayaking, fishing, and other activities. The region surrounding the lake is still green and fresh, with a variety of grove trees, making it ideal for individuals who prefer outdoor recreational activities. Because of their near vicinity, Buyan Lake and Tamblingan Lake are often referred to as "Twin Lakes." Singaraja Regency's Buyan Lake is located in Pancasari hamlet, Sukasada District. Tamblingan Lake, which is located on the northern slope of Mount Lesung in Munduk Village, Banjar District, Buleleng Regency, Bali. These lovely lakes may be seen from Wanagiri Hidden Hill viewpoint on the top of the hill. It is surrounded by a hill and is surrounded by a fresh, cool environment that will enchant all people who come to see it.

Open : Daily, 09.00 am - 07.00 pm

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