BENANG STOKEL WATERFALL
Benang Stokel,-Meaning Literally, a Ball of thread, located in Aik Berik Village, Batukliang Utara Sub-district, 22 km north of Praya. Fresh and cool water falls from 20 meter high trough the steep rock face, covered by the variety of vegetations; the moss, forming lush green wall till the raft where lies small valley for bathing. The falling water seems to fly down joyfully, sliding one after another, cussing down and sounded as if boiling water. Local people believe the water has curative qualities. Facilities serve such food stalls, coffee stalls and realtor. This place is crowded by local people, especially Sunday or holidays.
By the increase number of adventure interest, a trekking route into Segara Anak Lake has recently opened in this area, as well security post.
BENANG KELAMBU WATERFALL
As if the curtains hanging over the air, blown by fresh wind, forming the beautiful space of scenery, is Benang Kelambu Waterfall. It is located only 1 Km from Benang Stokel, could be reached by car then visitors trail through the dense forest inhabited by long-tailed monkeys. This bathing site has natural cold water that flows over the slits of the stones in 35 high. Visitors favor this place for bathing while enjoying the beautiful panorama especially in Sunday and holidays.
Bored with big city atmosphere, visit the vivid green nature and pure culture on this tour. Drive to Central Lombok to find and enjoy the fresh air of rainforests and views of terraces with community farming activities.
Benang Kelambu waterfall Lombok located about 30 minutes walking from Benang Stokel waterfall Lombok. It will take an extra energy because its rather like trekking trail, up and down trail and more adventurous. The trail surrounded by social forest mixed up with rain forest. It’s also new-opened trail, it’s new managed access to this benang kelambu waterfall. And the visitors are countable.The waterfall is special and very unique. The waterfall look likes a big net which is spread out, that’s way it’s called Benang Kelambu in local language Sasak. It’s about 40m of height and have two graded irregularly. The dense of herbs make it seem more naturally.\