Start the day with visit to Tanah Lot Temple, an ancient temple constructed on a rock surronded by Indian Ocean. Then visit Butterfly Park where you can see around 1000 buterflies from difrent spieces. After that visit a quiet temple of high spiritual value and far from the crowds, Pura Luhur Batukaru on the slope of Mount Batukaru. Stop at Jatiluwih Village to see the wondefull rice terracce. Lunch at a local restaurant. Continue to Lake Bratan to visit Ulun Danu Bratan Temple and Candi Kuning fruit and vegetable market. Last visit is made to Taman Ayun Temple, a royal family temple of Mengwi Kingdom.
Places of interest to visit :
Taman Ayun Temple ‣ This royal water temple, known as the Taman Ayun Temple was built for the kings of Mengwi, is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With around 50 buildings in the temple area, including many pagodas (Meru) with multilevel roofs, trenches, gardens, gardens and rivers, Taman Ayun Temple is one of the most beautiful Hindu temples in Bali.
Candi Kuning Market ‣ Candi Kuning is the most crowded place in the mountainous Bedugul area and is located 1,200 meters above sea level right on the edge of Lake Bratan which is cool and often foggy. Located on the main road to the north coast of Bali, and located just a little south of Lake Bratan, Pasar Candi Kuning is a bustling local vegetable and fruit market. Orchids and other forest plants thrive at the height of this area, various kinds of fruits and vegetables are beautifully arranged attracting both tourists and people who come from all over Bali. In addition there are also flowers and exotic fruits, spices, such as nutmeg, pepper, paprika and turmeric which display various beautiful colors.
Lake Bratan ‣ A visit to Ulun Danu Bratan Temple is a must for aspiring photographers. This temple view is no stranger to Bali postcards and on Instagram. Tourists who come to explore and enjoy the sights of Bedugul should bring several layers of clothing or warm clothes because the temperature can be so low that some restaurants have an open fireplace. If visitors like to eat fruits, you should buy fresh strawberries from the ingredients there, they are planted in the Bedugul area.
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces ‣ Jatiluwih Village received UNESCO World Cultural heritage status since 29 June 2012 because it has unique and distinctive characteristic of its agricultural system, using the philosophy concept of Tri Hita Karana (The philosophy of the balance between Man with his neighbors, man with nature, and man with the creator).
Pura Luhur Batukaru ‣ As a quiet temple of high spiritual value and far from the crowds, Pura Luhur Batukaru is a royal temple for the kings of Tabanan. Pura Batukaru is located high above sea level at the foot of the mountain and in the forest in western Bali. A series of pagodas (Meru) with multi-storey roofs, including a striking 7-level pagoda that helps create a mystical atmosphere, coupled with the absence of many tourists in general.
Butterfly Park ‣ In this well-preserved and fertile cage, visitors can walk through the area with a roof of the net to see 15 different species of butterflies in all phases of metamorphosis. This is a knowledge visit for children because the park staff discuss the transformation of caterpillars into cocoons and then grow wings, visitors will hear about efforts made to preserve and research butterflies. Because there are hundreds that are released every day there is a magical nuance to walk around in a park filled with flying butterflies and twinkling with color.
Tanah Lot Temple ‣ Tanah Lot Temple is one of the most popular religious attractions in Indonesia. This temple, which is located on the northwest coast of Bali, is erected on a black rock that juts into the beach with rippling water. Incredible ocean views, clear coastal air, and a spiritual aura that attracts visitors to this unique holy place for Hindus.