About 43 kilometers east of Denpasar, on Padang Bai road, Klungkung, this temple is believed to be one prominent temple in Bali. One of the most sacred temples in Bali, which was built in the 11th century by the high priest “Empu Kuturan”.
The eleventh century cave built on the hillside is one major tourist attraction close to Ubud-Gianyar road. Besides the cave which is the key attraction, the traditional bathing pool and a number of ancient stone relics fulfill the curiosity for some mystical experience.
The huge, private entertainment project stands in proud on the hillside, 2 km south of Four Seasons Junction, just 15 minutes from airport in Badung regency. The 146-m statue of God Vishnu, located in 240 hectares private cultural park, built in the part is said to be the world’s largest.
A number of temples in Bali are well known for being the residences of monkey population. Name one is the monkey forest in Sangeh Village, 21 KM away from Denpasar. The resident monkeys are told to be the guardians of Pura Bukit Sari.
Ubud is a resting place in Gianyar regency, Bali, Indonesia. Ubud Village supervises 13 (thirteen) train service consisting of 6 (six), traditional villages, including the district of Ubud, Gianyar regency with a distance of 20 km from the city of Denpasar and amidst the emerald green ricefields in the stunnning central balinese foothills, Ubud village used to be the center for medicinal sources. Ubud can be reached within 30 minutes or 15 minutes from Gianyar. In 1920s and 30s, along with the coming of foreign artists, it […]
Tanah Lot is a famous tourism resort in Bali, Indonesia. There are two temples situated on a large rock. One is located on top of a boulder and was located on top of a cliff similar to the Uluwatu Temple. Tanah Lot temple is part of Dang Kahyangan. Tanah Lot Temple is a sea temple, a place of worship the Gods of the sea guards.
1500 meters high, the village of Kintamani ahs a cool, damp climate suited to growing oranges and passion fruit and on market day, which falls every third day, the main street becomes a bustling chaos of vendors, some of whom have traveled from far away, carrying their wares on horseback.