Not much further than Banyumala you can find Gitgit Waterfall. This tall, towering fall cuts straight through a densely packed jungle, and down into a glorious pool below. It's easier to reach than other waterfalls around the highlands of northern Bali. It can be a little confusing to reach as there are a few places on maps that show Gitgit Waterfall. A top tip is to head to the one marked as the car parking area. There is a 20,000 IDR entrance fee and they may try and get you to hire a guide, but you don't need one for this.
Golden Valley Waterfall
This is a lesser-known waterfall in the Munduk region, and you can actually see it as part of a four Munduk waterfalls trek. It starts at Golden Valley Waterfall and you make your way through Munduk Waterfall (Red Coral Waterfall), Labuhano Kebo Waterfall and Laangan Waterfall. It's a great way to tick off a few falls around Munduk in one day.
Leke Leke Waterfall
More waterfalls?! We know. It's easy to get a little waterfall'd out at this point, but Leke Leke is worth it. It's in between Ubud and Munduk, so you could do it from either. It's an easy 15 minute walk down to the fall and one of the most popular places to visit in Bali. If you're travelling to Munduk from Ubud then it's a great opportunity to stop along your route. It's a tall impressive waterfall tucked away in the mountainous jungle.
Aling Aling Waterfall
This Munduk Waterfall is a bit further afield, but still worth the trip. It's about 60 minutes away from Munduk Village, but worth the drive. You can pay for a guide who will take you on a short, medium or long trek or pay the 20,000 IDR entrance fee and explore the area on your own.