What to See

Ulun Danu Bratan Lake Temple

Located on the shores of Lake Bratan, in the quite cold area of ​​Bedugul, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is one of the most photographed temples in Bali. Like Taman Ayun Temple, this temple was built by King of Mengwi. The combination of pagoda (Meru) buildings with terraced roofs with very photogenic mountains

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Taman Ayun Royal 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

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Bali Zoo

The Bali Zoo located in Singapadu Village is a friendly place for animals and an interactive exhibition for visitors which cover an area of more than 12 hectares. The zoo is inhabited by approximately 100 species of animals, including rare animals which are divided into three categories, namely mammals, reptiles

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Luhur Batukaru Temple

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

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Goa Gajah Elephant Cave Monastery

Made more than 1,000 years ago, one of the holiest Hindu sites in Bali which was also opened as the most popular tourist attraction is Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave. Goa which has a mythological creature above its entrance has a very uncertain origin, this cave is believed to be the place of asceticism of

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Candikuning 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

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Batuan Temple

Known for its distinctive style of painting, the village of Batuan which is located not far from Ubud, remains a village of the community of painting artists. It is not surprising that the temple in Pura Batuan is a classic part of Balinese architecture, with separate gates, stone walls, temple buildings with

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Tenganan Village

Tenganan Village is undoubtedly one of the rarest places in Bali. Unlike other villages, Tenganan is not inhabited by Hindus as in other areas of Bali but by the original Balinese people known as Bali Aga, a small proportion of the population has retained their pre-Hindu beliefs and traditions. They did not

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Kusamba Fishing Village

This coastal village called Kusamba in the east of Bali has a volcanic sandy beach where traditional sea salt harvesting and marine fishing continue to be important livelihoods to connect the lives of the local community. Although Kusamba is not one of the best beaches for swimming in Bali, the hot black

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Kuta Beach

The first beach hotel in Bali opened in the 1930s amidst the golden white sand and metronomic waves of Kuta beach. In the 1960s and 1970s, Australian surfers popularized the place. Now Kuta Beach is a place for beach tourism, the most vibrant and most beautiful area in Bali.

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Besakih Mother Temple

With more than 1,000 years of age, the Besakih Temple located on the slopes of Mount Agung is the most important temple in Bali. Twenty-three temple buildings form a complex where the 17th-century Penataran Agung Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is the most significant.

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Gitgit Waterfall

A popular stop on the route that connects Singaraja and Denpasar, Gigit Waterfall is considered one of the most beautiful in Bali. The waterfall is easy to reach from the main road even though it has to go far enough, the waterfall has a height of approximately 40 meters. Water falls into a beautiful pond

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