Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple
Gunung Kawi Sebatu Temple is one of the most beautiful and tranquil temple in Bali. Locally referred to as Pura Tirta Dawa Gunung Kawi Sebatu, it is surrounded on three sides by stonewalls and the fourth by a steep forested slope. This temple features verdant gardens around ponds filled with carp and blooming lotuses. The
Rambut Siwi Temple
Rambut Siwi Temple is one of the biggest Hindu temples in Bali. The construction of this temple is related to the arrival of an important Hindu priest Mpu Dang Hyang Nirartha from East Java to Bali in the year 1489 AD. Rambut Siwi is a beautiful temple, situated on the edge of a cliff, with the vast Indian Ocean stretching in front of it.
Penataran Dalem Ped Temple
Pura Penataran Dalem Ped which is also called Pura Penataran Agung Ped is located near the beach at Ped, 3.5 km east of Toyapakeh, Penida island. It houses a shrine for the Jero Gede Macaling that is a source of power for practitioners of black magic, and a place of pilgrimage for those seeking protection from sickness and evil.
Puncak Penulisan Temple
Pura Puncak Penulisan is one of the oldest temples in Bali. This place of worship for Hindus in Bali is a relic from the era of Megalith. The history of the temple can be very interesting for tourists who love historical tourism. This temple is one temple of the Bali Aga people (Balinese who inhabited the island before the big migration of people from the nearby island of Java).
The Battle of Puputan Margarana was one fierce battle between Indonesian and the Dutch army during the Indonesian War of Independence that took place on 20 November 1946 at the village of Margarana, Tabanan, Bali. The battle was led by the head of the lesser Sunda Division Colonel I Gusti Ngurah Rai in which the Indonesian troops in the region fought until the end to repel the returning Dutch forces
Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfalls
The Banyu Wana Amertha Waterfall was opened at the end of 2017. It is a complex of four waterfalls, with the distance between one waterfall to the other very close. It is about a 20-minute walk from the car park or a 500 meters trail, which is paved only with concrete stones and logs, winds through a village and coffee plantation.
Padang Padang Beach
Padang Padang Beach or the locals call it Pantai Labuan Sait is one of Bali’s famous surf spots. It is located on the north-western coast of Bukit Peninsula. It is also not so far from Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue. The beach is a regular spot for international surfing events, the Rip Curl Cup because the surf has a steady set of barrels during good weater.
Kereneng Night Market
Kereneng Market located in Denpasar is very well known to the community of Denpasar. This market is a traditional market that sells everyday necessities like many general markets in the morning until late during the day. At night, this market area turns into a night market where most of the stalls sell food and apparels.
This black sandy Seseh Beach is located in Munggu Village, Mengwi, Bali. It is about 15 kilometers north of Denpasar or about 55 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Along the way there are of the rice fields pampering the eyes. The sea water at Seseh Beach is blue, with high waves so it is suitable for challenging water sports such as surfing or kitesurfing.
Bias Tugel Beach
Bias Tugel Beach is a white sand short beach located less than 1 kilometer from Padangbai Harbour on the eastern part of Bali. This beach is hidden from the main road anf on both sides, the right and left, are flanked by large rocks. The beach is very interesting to visit as it is a stretch of white soft sandy beach with crystal clear sea water and quite comfortable if you want to linger and spend time relaxing.
Penatahan Hot Spring
Penatahan hot spring is located on the bank of Yeh Ho river at Penatahan village, Penebel – Tabanan district. This hot spring is also familiar with the name ofn Yeh Panes Natural Hot Spring Resort. This place is not so far from Taman Kupu-Kupu Butterfly Park.
Nyoman Gunarsa Museum
The Nyoman Gunarsa Museum in Klungkung was built in 1990 by by the late internationally renowned Balinese painter Nyoman Gunarsa (1944–2017). It was inaugurated in 1994 by the Minister of Tourism and Culture, Mr. Wardiman Djoyonegoro. Built in a modern Balinese style, this museum building consists of 3 storey, two floors are for painting artworks, antiques collection and sculptures.