Places of Interest

Tirta Gangga

The name "Tirta Gangga" reminds about a sacred river in India, the river Gangga, yet Tirta Gangga is not a river, it is a spring wate4r in the midst of dry and barren land of Kabupaten Karangasem, east Bali. The location of Tirta Gangga is around 10 km north of Amlapura city, 95 km from Denpasar city, 110 km from Kuta, 128 km from Nusa Dua. The administration of Kabupaten Karangasem includes all tip of eat Bali island which is known for its dry and barren land due to lack of water source, and full of hill with the highest peak of mountain in Bali that is mount Agung, a 3142 meters above sea level.

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Goa Lawah Temple

Pura Goa Lawah (the Bat Cave Temple) is one of the island's nine special Sad Kahyangan Temples, and as such it is the designated holy place to honour the God Maheswara who resides in this section of the island. Religious processions visit the temple every day, and it is a particular focus for religious rites associated with death. Goa Lawah Temple located along the coast of southeastern Bali just west of Candidasa (see map). The center of the temple is built around a cave filled with thousands of bat that make the roof of the cave their homes. Its entrances are guarded by a temple believed to be found by a sage nine centuries ago.

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Kintamani Batur Volcano

The villages of Kintamani and Penelokan provide a great view of the still active Mount Batur and its fantastic lake. Seven miles in diameter and sixty feet deep, Batur caldera is simply astounding. From Penelokan, take the road Kedisan on the shores of the lake where boats can be rented to cross over to Trunyan. The spectacular mountainous region around Kintamani with its deep Crater Lake and bubbling hot springs , make this region a must to visit. Batur Lake is the largest lake in Bali and the region offers some of the most spectacular views to be found anywhere on the island.

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Lovina Beach

Another lovely place to visit is Lovina Beach Bali. The Lovina Beach is located around 6 km away from Singaraja to the west, or if you are in Denpasar, you are required to take three hours away driving to get to the location. Lovina is not only consisting of a single beach, but it is actually a name for a range of six small villages altogether with the palm-fringed beaches. The six small villages from the west to the east are known as Temukus, Kaliasem, Kalibukbuk, Anturan, Tukadmungga and Pemaron.

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Yeh Panas Hot Spring

Natural hot springs are a common occurrence in Tabanan, Bali Indonesia. This phenomenon occurs when water that seeps into the Earth is heated by magma; molten rock located beneath the surface of the Earth.The Earth’s pressure then causes the water to again rise above the surface, forming a natural hot spring. Some of the hot springs sites in Bali have become tourist destinations with fringe attractions and facilities such as souvenir shops, hotels and restaurants to accommodate visitors fascinated by this natural wonder.

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Jatiluwih Rice Terrace

The name of Jatiuwih comes from 2 Balinese words jati + luwih. Jati means real, and luwih means beautiful or excellent. This name is given to the vast stretch of rice field dug in terraces on the slope of mount Batukaru. The rice terrace forms beautiful sight at all seasons, during the watering, or before planting the rice looks  like a tremendous construction big glass with irregular size of frames. When the rice almost reaches harvest time, often the color varied between green, and dark yellow.

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Goa Gajah Temple

Visitors to Ubud might enjoy visiting one of the most famous landmarks in the area, the elephant cave at Goa Gajah. Located 2kms to the SE, Goa Gajah draws visitors, from overseas as well as other parts of Indonesia, as well as local worshipers. From Ubud head for Bedulu and look out for the obvious ‘tourist object’ indicated by the crowd of people around. Goa Gajah is named after Sungai Petanu (Elephant River) and dates back to the 11th Century.

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Besakih Temple

Besakih temple is the most important temple in Bali. Known as the Mother Temple, Besakih sits on the western slop of Gunung Agung, the most holy place for Balinese Hindus. Getting to Besakih from Kuta is quite easy. Simply head east towards Sanur, connections with the Kusamba Bypass at Tohpati. Follow the fast track coastal route until you see signs for Klungkung, at which point you head north looking out for sign for Besakih. You should be at Besakih in around 2 hours from Kuta.

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Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot Temple is located at a village called Braban, included in the administration of Kecamatan Kediri Kabupaten Tabanan. The location is 30 kms from Denpasar city, and 11 kms from the town of Kediri. The town of Kediri lies on the main road between Denpasar city to Tabanan city which is also the main road of southern area of Bali from east island to the west. Big bus can reach the parking lot that is especially constructed by local government on the beach where are also found some restaurants, shops and art shops.

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Ubud Monkey Forest

Ubud Monkey Forest is a small rain forest dwelt by some group of monkeys and other tropical animals. It is strategically located in the hearth of Ubud Village, precisely located in the region of Padang Tegal Village, Ubud Sub district and Gianyar Regency. Monkey Forests in Balinese language called Wanara Wana are spread out in the island and Ubud Monkey Forest itself own very important function of the continuity the monkey habitat in Bali. Meanwhile the local community own important role to keep this forest naturally in order to all wild animals able to live smoothly.

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