What to See

Jagatnatha Temple of Denpasar

Jagatnatha Temple

Jagatnatha timple is a small but beautiful state temple, built in 1953, located adjacent to the Bali Museum in Denpasar, the capital of Bali. It is located east of Puputan Badung square garden and is a public shrine to worship for Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa (HinduGod). This temple is frequented by Hindu people during Hindu Holiday seasons including the full moon and new moon.

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Pulaki Temple

Pulaki Temple

Pulaki temple is associated with Hindu priest Danghyang Nirartha’s journey a long time ago. At that time, Danhyang Nirartha’s wife was tired of her travels and asked her husband to be allowed to rest here until her health recovered. Danghyang Nirartha allowed his wife to stay in Pulaki accompanied by her daughter and her son. Meanwhile, Danhyang Nirartha continued his journey.

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Brahmavihara-Arama

Brahmavihara-Arama

Brahmavihara-Arama of Buleleng is a place of worship for Buddhists. This is one of the largest Buddhist temple in Bali. Those who come here are not only Buddhists, but also local and foreign tourists. Their purposes of visit are varied, from the desire to meditate or just drop by, especially since the temple is adjacent to Lovina Beach.

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Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan

Lake Tamblingan

Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan are adjacent to each other, like twin lakes. If you like nature, try to climb to Asah Gobleg Village located above both lakes, from here you can see the view of both lakes directly. Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan are separated by one kilometer of forest. There is a pond that is directly connected to the Lake Buyan through a narrow canal.

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