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15 Best Waterfalls Near Ubud, Bali (With Map!)

By Lewis Ogden & Jessie Festa. This guide to exploring Ubud waterfalls contains affiliate links to trusted partners!

Looking for the best waterfalls near Ubud, Bali?

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Nicknamed the “Island of the Gods,” Bali is a spiritual destination known for its temples, rice fields, and stunning natural beauty – including waterfalls.

Bali is renowned for being home to some of the world’s most majestic waterfalls, with the majority of these residing around the island’s cultural hub of Ubud.

And while sites such as Tegenungan Waterfall and Kanto Lampo Waterfall have become staples of a Balinese holiday, the area also promises dozens of hidden cascades that are still lesser-known to tourists.

In fact, some of the best waterfalls I’ve personally visited in Ubud I only learned about after chatting with locals.

From popular cascades to hidden gems just now being uncovered by foreign visitors, here are the 15 best waterfalls around Ubud, Bali.

⏳ Short on time? My top travel recommendations for visiting Ubud include:

🏨 Hotel: Adiwana Unagi Suites

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🗺️ Tours: Klook (very popular in Asia), GetYourGuide, and Viator

📍Recommended Ubud Waterfall Excursions:
Best of Bali Waterfalls: Tibumana, Tukad Cepung and Tegenungan
Best Eastern Best Waterfalls Tours from Ubud
Bali Inclusive Tour: Best Waterfalls Around Ubud Area
Design Your Own Private Bali Tour from Ubud

Best of Ubud: Monkey Forest, Temple, Waterfall, Rice Terrace & Art Villages

🥘 Cooking Class: EatWith or this Traditional Balinese Cooking Class

🚗 Getting Around: You can book rides on Booking.com or email my favorite driver Dewa at dgrock1140 (at) yahoo (dot) com

🏥 Travel Insurance: SafetyWing

📞 Staying Connected: Airalo eSIM

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But first, before we go over the best Bali waterfalls near Ubud, I invite you to grab Jessie’s free Ultimate Travel Planning Kit — which includes 40+ travel resources — from printables to quizzes to itineraries — all meant to help you explore the world beyond the guidebook!

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Once you’ve grabbed your copy, keep reading to find the best waterfall near Ubud to visit on your trip to Bali, Indonesia.

Best Time To Visit Ubud For Waterfalls

The best time to visit Ubud for waterfalls is during Bali’s dry season, between May and September.

During this time, the area experiences optimal weather conditions, with warm temperatures and minimal rainfall.

While the waterfalls in Ubud can be visited during other times of the year, the region’s wet season often brings stronger cascades and currents, leading to unsafe swimming conditions.

How To Get Around Ubud

Ubud Center is very walkable, and you’ll be able to explore on foot or via taxi or ride-hailing apps like Grab and Go-Jek; however, if you want to go further and visit the local waterfalls around Bali, a few recommendations include:

Hire a local driver

If you plan to spend the day visiting waterfalls near Ubud or enjoying a Bali day trip, I recommend hiring a private driver – which tends to be surprisingly affordable. If you’re simply going to one place and back, you can organize private rides on Booking.com.

Additionally, your hotel can likely organize this – though I highly recommend contacting Dewa, an English-speaking driver who is also an incredible local guide. His email is dgrock1140 (at) yahoo (dot) com and his WhatsApp is +62 8523 8493 089.

female traveler posing in front of Manuaba Waterfall around Ubud
My local driver, Dewa, took me to his favorite of the Ubud waterfalls, Manuaba Waterfall – and we were the only people there! Photo: Jessie Festa.

Book a waterfall tour from Ubud

If you’d like to book an Ubud waterfall tour, a few of the many options include a Best of Bali Waterfalls excursion or a Design Your Own Private Bali Tour. You can click here for a full list of Ubud tours.

Rent a scooter or motorbike

Renting a scooter can be a good option if you want to visit Ubud waterfalls – though I’d only recommend this if you have experience driving this type of vehicle. Please:

  • Wear a helmet
  • Make sure you’re comfortable driving in sometimes chaotic traffic
  • Check if your travel insurance covers scooter accidents
  • Ensure you have a valid international driving permit with a motorcycle endorsement

Best Waterfalls Near Ubud

On that note, let’s go over the best waterfalls near Ubud, Bali. Whether you have 3 days in Ubud or a shorter or longer itinerary, make sure to add a few to your plans!

1. Tibumana Waterfall

Tibumana Waterfall near Ubud
Tibumana Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 15 kilometers / 9.3 miles (30-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 20,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Before 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 2-hours

While it has grown in popularity over the years, Tibumana Waterfall is still one of the most beautiful and hidden waterfalls in Ubud, promising an untouched natural setting for admiring this surreal water feature.

Located about 30 minutes from Ubud Center, you must first do a scenic 15-minute hike through the region’s rice fields before heading into the palm-covered jungle to access the falls.

Once you’ve arrived, admire the 5-meter plummet while taking photos or swimming in the natural pool. While conditions are safe for swimming, it’s advised not to get too close to the actual falls.

2. Kanto Lampo Waterfall

the gentle cascades of Kanto Lampo Waterfall near Ubud
Kanto Lampo Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 11 kilometers / 6.8 miles (25-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 10,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Before 10 a.m. or late afternoon
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1-hour

A breathtaking display of cascading waterfalls careening their way down Bali’s jungle cliffs into a natural swimming pool, Kanto Lampo Waterfall is easily one of the most stunning and unique waterfalls in Ubud and is less than a half-hour drive from the town center.

Thanks to the gentle cascades of the falls, Kanto Lampo offers one of the most tranquil swimming opportunities and allows you to sit directly under the falls for a soothing shower – as well as amazing photo opportunities.

The downside? Due to its beauty, Kanto Lampo Waterfall is also one of the most popular waterfalls in Ubud, so plan on visiting in the early morning to avoid crowds.

3. Tegenungan Waterfall

Tegenungan Waterfall in Bali
Tegenungan Waterfall. Photo: Kurt Norris.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 10 kilometers / 6.2 miles (25-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 20,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 2-hours

Arguably the most awe-inspiring and best waterfall in Ubud, Tegenungan Waterfall is also one of the most popular attractions in the area, drawing large crowds of excited tourists eager to snap a photo of this natural wonder.

Located just a 25-minute drive from Ubud Center, you’ll first hike 15 minutes from the site’s entrance. Along the way, you will pass some breathtaking viewpoints and photo spots before emerging at the foot of the 30-meter drop.

While often crowded, Tegenungan Waterfall is still one of the best sights to see in Ubud and is a great place to swim in the crystal clear waters of its natural pool.

4. Suwat Waterfall

Suwat Waterfall cascading down into a natural pool
Suwat Waterfall. Photo: Ni Putu Ayuni Sriasih from Getty Images via Canva Pro.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 13 kilometers / 8 miles (30-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 15,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 8 and 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1-hour

Also known as Air Terjun Suwat, Suwat Waterfall is starting to become a more popular tourist attraction in Bali, though is still a relatively hidden waterfall in Ubud, promising far fewer crowds than similar sights in the region.

The waterfall itself is located a little ways off the nearby road, but the hike is fairly easy and passes through beautiful natural environments of bamboo forests and jungle foliage.

Eventually, the path leads to a small picturesque canyon where you’ll find the 15-meter waterfall.

The fall’s natural pool is a great place to swim, while the site’s bamboo raft serves as a fantastic spot to grab the perfect photo.

5. Leke Leke Waterfall

Leke Leke Waterfall is one of the best waterfalls near Ubud
Leke Leke Waterfall. Photo: Kurt Norris.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 30 kilometers / 18.6 miles (50-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 50,000
  • Best Time to Visit: 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1-hour

While located slightly further from Ubud Center, Leke Leke Waterfall is one of the most picturesque falls in the area and is a great place to escape the dense tourist crowds at similar sites closer to town.

Reaching the waterfall requires a 15-minute hike from the parking lot, with the trail leading visitors through beautiful jungle landscapes.

It’s a relatively easy trek, though the trail can get muddy and slippery during the region’s wet season – so make sure to pack water shoes or hiking sandals.

Despite the journey, Leke Leke Waterfall is one of the most rewarding hidden waterfalls in Ubud and offers a gorgeous 15-meter drop surrounded by foliage-rich cliffs.

6. Pengibul Waterfall

Pengibul Waterfall near Ubud as seen from above
Pengibul Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 15 kilometers / 9.3 miles (30-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 15,000
  • Best Time to Visit: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 2-hours

Also known as Taman Sari Waterfall, Pengibul Waterfall is located just a short walk from the entrance to Tibumana Waterfall and promises a beautiful cascade free from the larger crowds that can be seen at the more popular waterfalls near Ubud.

Pengibul Waterfall requires a 10-minute hike from the parking lot to access, which rewards you with a two-tier cascade that is perfect for photos.

The waterfall’s upper tier also features a small natural pool for fantastic swimming surrounded by Bali’s lush nature.

7. Tukad Cepung Waterfall

Tukad Cepung Waterfall is one of the best waterfalls around Ubud, Bali
Tukad Cepung Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 28 kilometers / 17.4 miles (50-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 15,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 9 and 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1.5-hours

Tucked away in a picturesque canyon, Tukad Cepung is one of the best waterfalls in Bali near Ubud and experiences far less traffic. This is because it’s slightly further away than many of the other water features in the area, requiring almost an hour’s drive to reach.

From the parking lot, you’ll hike for 10 minutes through Bali’s natural landscapes before emerging at the foot of the canyon waterfall.

While the site offers a great secret swimming spot throughout the day, the best time to visit is between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., at which point the sun is in position to feed a surreal light beam into the natural pool.

8. Manuaba Waterfall

female traveler visiting Manuaba Waterfall near Ubud, Bali
Manuaba Waterfall. Photo: Jessie Festa.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 10 kilometers / 6.2 miles (20-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 10,000
  • Best Time to Visit: Before 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1-hour

Located only a 20-minute drive from Ubud Center, Manuaba Waterfall consists of two separate falls and is still relatively unknown by tourists to Bali despite being very near to Ubud.

The first of the Manuaba Waterfalls can be accessed following a 10-minute walk down well-maintained concrete stairs leading from the parking lot; however, this waterfall is too shallow for swimming.

To reach the bigger and more exciting waterfall, you must hike a further 15 minutes along the path, which does require some natural uphill staircases. It’s worth it though to visit the powerful gushing waterfall and its refreshing natural pool, as you can see here:

Once you’re finished with your swim, you’ll exit through a canyon with thigh-high water, so make sure to wear a bathing suit or something quick-drying. You’ll come to another natural staircase, where there is another small waterfall.

Climb the stairs and exit onto the beautiful Manuaba rice fields. Here you’ll also find a small cafe with beverages, a bathroom, and beautiful views of the fields.

9. Sumampan Waterfall

Sumampan Waterfall surrounded by trees
Sumampan Waterfall – one of the best Ubud waterfalls to add to your itinerary. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 10 kilometers / 6.2 miles (20-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: Free (Although an IDR 5,000 tip is encouraged)
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: No (but you can swim in the nearby river)
  • Time Required: 1-hour

One of the best waterfalls in Ubud, Sumampan Waterfalls promises a pristine natural setting for enjoying one of the most breathtaking waterfalls in Bali.

What’s even better is that while the tourist crowds have yet to discover it, the waterfall is only a short 20-minute drive from Ubud town center and can be accessed via a short walk from the parking lot.

Sumampan Waterfall consists of a large drop from the top of a foliage-rich cliff, which in turn leads to a series of cascades that spill into a large pond and the nearby river.

While the current around the falls is too strong to swim in, the nearby river and pond offer plenty of soaking opportunities.

10. Layana Waterfall

  • Distance from Ubud Center: 5 km (10-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: Free
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: No
  • Time Required: 1-hour

Located only 5 kilometers from the center of town, Layana Waterfall is close to Ubud and offers a unique experience amidst one of the region’s most scenic attractions.

While you won’t be able to swim around its rocky base, Layana Waterfall does sit just below the scenic deck of a locally owned restaurant, Layana Warung. Here, guests can enjoy a variety of dishes while embracing the soothing ambiance of the water cascade.

However, you don’t need to stop at the eatery to access the hiking trail that leads down to the falls, and you’re allowed to make the journey down free of charge.

11. Pengempu Waterfall

Pengempu Waterfall cascading down into a natural swimming pool
Pengempu Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 16 kilometers / 9.9 miles (30-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: Free (Donations encouraged)
  • Best Time to Visit: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1-hour

Another of the lesser-known Ubud waterfalls, Pengempu Waterfall offers a quiet oasis away from the main tourist spots.

Here you can enjoy the tranquil setting of a secluded natural swimming hole set amidst Bali’s lush flora.

Located about 16 kilometers from the town center, Pengempu Waterfall is only a short walk from the parking lot and features a 20-meter drop into a natural pool, perfect for soaking after a few days of sightseeing.

12. Nungnung Waterfall

Nungnung Waterfall near Ubud, Bali
Nungnung Waterfall – one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 35 kilometers / 22 miles (1-hour drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 20,000
  • Best Time to Visit: 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1.5 hours

Featuring a 50-meter drop, Nungnung Waterfall is one of the highest and most impressive waterfalls in Bali.

While it’s slightly further away than other waterfalls on this list, Nungnung Waterfall’s remote setting about an hour from Ubud makes for an amazing hidden gem away from the typical throngs of tourists.

From the parking lot, the waterfall is about a 500-step hike through the region’s rugged jungle terrain. At the end, you’ll come to an amazing spot to take photos, relax, and swim.

If you do go for a dip, take extra caution to avoid swimming under the falls, as the high pressure can be dangerous.

13. Uma Anyar Waterfall

  • Distance from Ubud Center: 10 kilometers / 6.2 miles (20-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: Free (IDR 15,000 tip is encouraged)
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1 hour

Only opened to the public in 2020, Uma Anyar Waterfall has yet to make its way onto the lists of mainstream tourist attractions in the area, but is nonetheless one of the best waterfalls around Ubud, Bali.

Located only 20 minutes from Ubud Center, Uma Anyar Waterfall features two tiers, the first being a large drop that leads into a series of lower cascades leading into a nearby river.

This Bali waterfall is free to access, but visitors are encouraged to leave some money in the tip jar by the entrance.

14. Goa Rang Reng Waterfall

Goa Rang Reng Waterfall with trees above it
Goa Rang Reng Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 13 kilometers / 8 miles (25-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 15,000
  • Best Time to Visit: 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: Yes
  • Time Required: 1 hour

Tucked away between a picturesque rice terrace, Goa Rang Reng Waterfall is another secret waterfall only 25 minutes from the Ubud town center.

The site consists of three different falls, including breathtaking cascades and a large natural pool fed by a larger plummet.

The waterfall is only a 10-minute hike from the parking lot and is a favorite destination for locals looking to escape the heat.

15. Taman Beji Griya Waterfall

Taman Beji Griya Waterfall with Hindu statues next to it
Taman Beji Griya Waterfall. Photo: DepositPhotos.
  • Distance from Ubud Center: 12 kilometers / 7.5 miles (20-minute drive)
  • Entrance Fee: IDR 100,000 (IDR 200,000 for Purification Ceremony)
  • Best Time to Visit: Between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
  • Swimming Allowed?: No
  • Time Required: 2-3 hours

A natural marvel combined with a sacred site, Taman Beji Griya Waterfall is a breathtaking destination where you can admire the beauty of nature while partaking in a spiritual cleansing.

While it may feel a bit like a tourist trap, the waterfalls themselves are truly something to behold, and the traditional Balinese designs and sculptures provide for a unique cultural exploration of the attraction.

Ubud Waterfall Map

To help give you a lay of the land, here is a map for visiting waterfalls near Ubud. It includes all of the Ubud waterfalls mentioned above, as well as a few top-rated hotels:

map of waterfalls near Ubud

Click here for the interactive version of the Ubud travel map.

What To Wear When Exploring Waterfalls Around Ubud

Now that you know where the best waterfalls near Ubud are located, let’s go over what you should bring with you. While these items will vary depending on the waterfall, some to consider include:

Top Ubud Waterfall Tours

One of the best ways to visit the waterfalls near Ubud is by booking a guided tour. A few top-rated Ubud waterfall tours include:

🌊 Best of Bali Waterfalls: Tibumana, Tukad Cepung and Tegenungan
😍 Best Eastern Best Waterfalls Tours from Ubud
🚘 Bali Inclusive Tour: Best Waterfalls Around Ubud Area
🎨 Design Your Own Private Bali Tour from Ubud
🐒 Best of Ubud: Monkey Forest, Temple, Waterfall, Rice Terrace & Art Villages

➡️ Click here for a full list of Ubud tours!

Where To Stay In Ubud

Ubud is full of great hotels that make easy jumping-off points for visiting local waterfalls. A few top picks include:

pool at Adiwana Unagi Suites in Ubud
Swimming pool at Adiwana Unagi Suites. Photo: Jessie Festa.

Adiwana Unagi Suites (Top Pick!)

If you’re looking for luxury hotels in Ubud that are also eco-friendly, Adiwana Unagi Suites is for you. I experienced some of the best hospitality in the world at this hotel — which is also extremely budget-friendly for the value you get.

Despite being just a 5-minute drive from the town center, it feels like a serene natural escape with lush gardens, koi ponds, forest view infinity pool, and sumptuous suites.

Their onsite restaurant, Ely’s Kitchen, serves made-from-scratch dishes showcasing local ingredients. Additionally, their onsite spa is the perfect place to get a Balinese massage.

While there, you can take advantage of their free shuttle service to Ubud Center. Additionally, they offer activities like a floating breakfast, yoga, trekking tours, Balinese cooking and dance classes, and more.

Komaneka at Monkey Forest Ubud

Located in the heart of Ubud, Komaneka at Monkey Forest Ubud is within walking distance of the town’s many restaurants, cafes, and attractions.

Along with staying in Balinese-style rooms with private terraces overlooking the rice fields or gardens, you’ll have access to an outdoor pool, a spa, a library, and an outdoor restaurant serving local dishes.

Ubud Hotels & Vacations Rentals

If you want to research local Ubud hotels as well as self-contained stays, this map can help you compare your options. It’s set to show hotels and rentals in Ubud Center, but you can easily change this based on where you’re staying:

Bali Travel Insurance

When visiting Bali — or anywhere else in the world — it’s wise to get travel insurance.

One of the best travel medical insurance for travelers is SafetyWing as they’ve got a large network and offer both short-term and long-term coverage — including coverage if you’re traveling for months as well as limited coverage in your home country.

Additionally, SafetyWing is budget-friendly and offers $250,000 worth of coverage with just one low overall deductible of $250.

Click here to price out travel insurance for your trip in just a few clicks.

monkeys grooming each other at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud
Add on a stop at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary when visiting the waterfalls around Ubud. Photo: Jessie Festa.

Exploring The Best Bali Waterfalls Near Ubud: FAQs

Q) Can you swim in the waterfalls near Ubud?

While not all of the top waterfalls in Ubud offer swimming, the majority feature natural pools with safe conditions for soaking in the waters.

Q) Which waterfall is the least crowded near Ubud?

While no waterfall in Ubud is entirely free of crowds, Goa Rang Reng, Sumampan, Manuaba, and Tibumana Waterfalls are some of the best hidden gems in the area.

Q) What is the most accessible waterfall in Ubud?

As one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area, Tegenungan Waterfall is the most accessible waterfall in Ubud and offers many opportunities to explore its natural landscapes.

Q) What is the closest waterfall to Ubud?

Located only 5 kilometers from the town center and serviced by an onsite warung, Layana Waterfall is the closest waterfall near Ubud, Bali.

Q) What is the best secret waterfall near Ubud?

While beginning to grow in popularity, Manuaba Waterfall is still not widely known and is the best secret waterfall in Ubud.

Q) How many waterfalls are in Bali?

There are over 40 waterfalls in Bali, and many are located within driving distance of Ubud.

Q) Is there a waterfall near the Ubud Monkey Forest?

The closest waterfall to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (Ubud Monkey Forest) is the Layana Waterfall, though it’s recommended to look at all of the places you want to visit near Ubud to plan the best route.

woman in a red dress posing in front of a small waterfall near Manuaba Waterfall
Passing a small waterfall while exiting the Manuaba Waterfall area. This is my personal favorite waterfall in Bali near Ubud. Photo: Jessie Festa.

Visiting Waterfalls Near Ubud: Final Thoughts

From popular Bali tourist staples to hidden cascades, the waterfalls in the Ubud area are some of the best attractions on the island.

Whether looking to swim, take the perfect photo, or reconnect with nature, Ubud promises dozens of these fantastic water features that visitors can spend weeks uncovering.

Of course, not all tourists have that kind of time, and most visitors have to choose to visit only two or three of Ubud’s best waterfalls.

Tegenungan Waterfall and Kanto Lampo Waterfall are some of the island’s most beautiful, while hidden gems such as Tibumana, Manuaba, and Sumampan Waterfalls are the best choice if you’re looking for a secret waterfall away from other tourists.

female traveler wandering the grounds of Adiwana Unagi Suites
Wandering the grounds of Adiwana Unagi Suites in Ubud. Photo: Jessie Festa.

Bonus Bali Travel Resources:

The Ultimate Guide To Bali Solo Travel

The Perfect 7 Day Bali Itinerary

The Perfect 2-Week Bali Itinerary

The Ultimate Guide To Trekking Mount Agung

12 Best Flower Baths In Bali

15 Best Surf & Yoga Retreats In Bali

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About The Author

travel blogger Lewis Ogden

Lewis Ogden is a UK-based entrepreneur, travel enthusiast, dad, husband, and the founder and owner of WayToStay.com. Lewis started WayToStay to share his own travel experiences and provide epic free travel guides. He caught the travel bug back in 2009 on a trip to Italy with his wife and has visited many different countries each year since.

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