In the late years, Jimbaran emerges into a must-visited beach. It will be the paradise for seafood lovers that would like to taste the cuisine by the sea while witnessing the moment of an aircraft taking off or landing on Ngurah Rai International Airport. Honeymooners may have a romantic dinner accompanied with the light of torches and the thunderous sound of the ocean wave which breaks the silence of the night.
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.
The holy spring which bubbles up in the inner courtyard of the Tirta Empul Temple in Tampaksiring is believed to have magic curative powers, and throngs of people visit the special bathing pools where clear cool water spouts from mossy walls. Legend has it that the God Indra created the spring, piercing the ground in search of holy water.
That is to encourage appropriate and sustainable tourism, one that reflects the strengths of the local culture, history and natural environment. The method to bring this about is to decentralize planning and decision making to the maximum extent possible.
Anak Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) Gianyar regency Built by Agung Rai, the museum functions as art gallery and cultural center. The epicentrum of Pengosekan’s attractions is Agung Rai Museum of Art. The museum saves the best fine art collection comparable to Neka Art Museum’s collection. Yet, it is also sets aside some space for a public library, research center, a small bookshop and a open stage. Passing through the temporary exhibition hall and across the garden, large place called Bale Daja is served as a […]
Keeping healthy can be done in several ways. Exercising or consuming supplements is the common. Since it has been known that emotions bring the big influence to our health, a new alternative way emerged as a good solution in keeping healthy or even healing diseases, called yoga. Especially in Bali, yoga has been practiced since a long time ago in varying ways. Yoga was also noted as one of healing methods in some old manuscripts in Bali. At this time yoga is not only a traditional healing […]
Temples in District of Badung Uluwatu temple Uluwatu Temple is perched on a cliff of a rocky hill on the southernmost part of Bali. Balinese believe the shrine was the result of the metamorphosis of the God’s holy water. This temple was built and chosen by one of Hindu’s most respected priest, Danghyang Nirartha to unite with God Almighty, moksa. Uluwatu Temple is surrounded by trees and bushes occupied by tamed army of monkeys. Location: Uluwatu is about 30 km south of Denpasar, about one hour […]