What to See

Jayaprana Gravesite and Temple

Pura Jayaprana or Pura Puncak Luhur Sari is a landmark that commemorates the tragic love of Jayaprana, the foster son of a 17th-century king of Kalianget north Bali. The temple is located some 20-minute walk up some stone stairs from the southern side of the road, a little west of Labuhan Lalang.

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Sangsit Village

Sangsit is a village about 7 km northeast of Singaraja. Here there is a temple with beautiful and unique architecture with the name Pura Beji. This temple is dedicated to Dewi Sri, the Godess of rice farming. rowers), dedicated to the goddess Dewi Sri, who looks after irrigated rice fields. The amazing sculptured

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Penataran Sasih Temple

The name of the temple Penataran Sasih is taken from one of ancient relics found here called Nekara Pejeng or huge bronze drum. According to local myth this drum is a fallen moon that used to illuminate the surrounding areas day and night. According to the myth a thief tried to steal things. The bright sky

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Lempuyang Temple

Pura Lempuyang is a temple located on the slope of Mount Lempuyang in Karangasem, east Bali. This temple is part of a group of 7 temples with a spectacular setting on the steep slope of Gunung Lempuyang. It is one of the Sad Kahyangan Jagad or “Six holy places of the World”, the six holiest places

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Pemuteran Beach

Pemuteran Beach is one beach in the northern part of Bali that offers tranquility and peaceful atmosphere where visitors can enjoy the sea breeze, fresh air away from pollution and the noisy daily life in the cities. Its grey-brown sand is a little thin and definitely not powdery but you cannot beat the

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Goa Lawah Temple

Goa Lawah Temple or Bat Cave Temple in Klungkung is one of the six very important temples in Bali. The other five temples are Pura Lempuyang, Uluwatu, Andakasa, Batukaru and Silayukti Temple. The name Goa Lawah come from the words Goa and Lawah that literally means bats cave. Inside the 

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Taman Werdhi Budaya Denpasar

Taman Werdhi Budaya or Bali Art Center was built as a place for art performances and to develop local talents of Balinese. This place is also the venue for Bali Art Festival that takes place every year since 1979 from mid-June to mid-July during school holidays with dances, music and craft displays

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Yeh Pulu

Yeh Pulu is an archaeological site with 25m-long carved cliff face next to the Sungai Petanu that is believed to be the remnants of a 14th-century hermitage. Besides the figure of Ganesha, elephant-headed son of Shiva, most scenes depict scenes of everyday life. Yeh Pulu was first discovered in 1925.

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Jatiluwih Rice Fields

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 neighbor, man with nature,

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Samuan Tiga Temple

Pura Samuan Tiga (Temple of the Meeting of the Three) is an important temple in Bali. This temple was a place for an important meeting that occurred during the era of Udayana Kingdom in 10th century AD. The result of the meeting was that the king and all religious sect leaders in Bali agreed with the 

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Jungutbatu Beach – Nusa Lembongan

Jungut Batu is one of the main villages in Nusa Lembongan. Nusa Lembongan is slightly different from the island of Bali, in Lembongan the weather is warmer because the sun shines most of the time with much less rain. The beach has great panoramic views of the sunset. The island besides producing 

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Gunung Kawi Royal Tombs

Gunung Kawi Royal Tomb Temple is a protected archaeological site in Bali. It is located on the Pakerisan River, Tampaksiring, Gianyar Regency – Bali. This temple is very unique because it is has a whole carved rock. It also has some shrines and pavilions made of red brick and mountain stones. This temple 

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