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Bali is famous for its culture and beautiful natural view. The culture is so unique and nowhere else to be found in the world. The view is dominated by beautiful rice field terraces, coconuts and rain forest as the main occupation of Balinese is farmer. The culture and the nature have a strong relation with Hindu, their religion. Everywhere you go, you may see many Hindu temples. And their life is also strongly related with and influenced by their religion. This is the reason why Bali is called the Island of God, the Island of Thousand Temples, and the Paradise Island. Below some interesting places in Bali Island;

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volcano and lake batur at kintamani
Batur and Kintamani
Batur and Kintamani virtually run together, it's impossble to tell where one ends and the other begins but the village of Batur used to be down in the crater. Batur had a violent in 1917 which killed thousands and destroyed over 60.000 homes and 2.000 temples. Although the village of Batur was wiped out of the lava flow stopped at the entrance to the villagers' temple. Taking this as a good omen they rebuilt their village only for Batur to erupt again in 1926 and this time the lava flow covered all but the loftiest temple shrine.
besakih temple the mother temple of bali

Besakih Temple
Known as the "Mother Temple of Bali", the sanctuary of Besakih on the slopes of Mt. Agung is the biggest and holiest of all Balinese temples. Over a thousand years old, steps ascend through split gates to the main courtyard where the Trinity shrines are wrapped in cloth and decorated with flower offerings.
Around the three main temples dedicated to the Trinity: Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu, are 18 separate sanctuaries belonging to different regencies and caste groups.
To the Balinese, a visit to the temples sanctuaries is a special pilgrimage. Each has its own anniversary celebration or "Odalan". The sight of the temple against the background of the mountain is impressive and during festivals, colored banners add a touch of gaiety.
ulundanu temple at bedugul
Bedugul
The mountain resort of Bedugul, 18 km north of Denpasar, is known for its excellent golf course. Located beside Lake Bratan, it is surrounded by forested hills. A beautiful sight is the "Ulun Danu" temple which seems to rise out of the lake. The area offers good-walks. Boats, water skiing, and parasailing are available for hire. The Bali Handara country club has bungalows for rent and a restaurant.
When the heat and humidity gets to you, why not escape to Bedugul, Bali's highland retreat tucked into the crater of an extinct volcano 1400 metres above sea level.
Here three lakes provide everything from recreation to the water for springs, rivers and rice fields below. Lush pine forests seem to create a freshness in the air. Bedugul is known for the quality of its fruits , vegetables and flowers.
holy spring water at tampak siring temple
Tampak Siring
The temple of Pura Tirta Empul is built around the sacred spring at Tampaksiring. Over 1000 years old, the temple and its two bathing places have been used by the people for good health and prosperity because of the spring water's curative powers. Regular ceremonies are held for purification. Specialties of the area are bone and ivory carvings, and seashell ornaments.
puputan square strait
Denpasar City
The capital city of Bali, Denpasar has many community temples called "Pura". One is the Museum called Pura Jagatnatha which is dedicated to the Supreme God, Sang Hyang Widi Wasa. The statue of a turtle and two dragons (prevalent in all temples) signify the foundation of the world.
The Museum offers a fine variety of prehistoric and modern art, whereas its architectural design resembles that of a palace. The government supervised "Sanggraha Kriya Asta" has a wide variety of handicraft and works of art. The "Werdi Budaya" presents a yearly art festival between June and July, with performances, exhibitions, art contest and so on.
painting at museum neka
Ubud Village
The cultural image of Ubud is paramount to people as home to the best art museums in tte country, like Puri Lukisan, Neka Museum, ARMA (Agung Rai Museum & Art), etc. Ubud is an ideal place to see Balinese dance, Legong, Ramayana, Baris, Kecak and Sanghyang (the fire dance) are performed nightly in or aroud the Ubud area.
Ubud gives you opportunity to see real Bali. It is a place for leisurely strolls through rice terraces, lush forests, breath-taking gorges and deserted swimming holes, all within walking distance from the center of Ubud. You must visit Monkey Forest - walk along Monkey Forest Road from Ubud, down into a dense forest where you will find a bunch of happy monkeys waiting for passing tourists.
elephant cave temple at bedulu village

Goa Gajah Temple
The Elephant cave is carved in to rock face and reached by a flight of steps. It probably dates back to the 9-12th centuries and shows elements of both Hindu and Buddhist. You can enter the cave through the huge mouth of a demon. In front of the cave are two bathing pools with spring water gushing from spouts help by female figures.
A kilometer from Goa Gajah is Yeh Pulu. After a short walk through rice terraces, you will arrive at an ancient rock carving dating from the 14th century. The carving depicts various scenes of everyday life and the figures of elephant-headed Ganesha indicating a close relationship between the two sites.
uluwatu temple for  see kecak and fire dance
Uluwatu Temple
South Bali on Bukit Badung. This cliff top temple, dedicated to the spirits of the sea, has spectacular views and is popular for viewing sunsets. The famous Pura Luhur Uluwatu temple is an architectural marvel situated on headland at the western tip to the plateau. According to local tradition, the first Uluwatu temple was built in the 11th century, In the 16th century, it was rebuilt into its current state. The temple has some of the most exquisite architecture in Bali. The carvings made in the unusually hard coral stone have withstood time well.
lovina beach beach fishing and black sand
Lovina
Tourists looking for a quiet beach resort can head 10 km west from Singaraja to Lovina, a long stretch of beach (with hotels and bungalows). The black sand beach is safe and a perfect place for the swimming and snorkeling. Lovina also offers dolphin viewing. It is the perfect base from which to explore northern Bali.
bat cave temple at goa lawah
Goa Lawah Temple
Goa Lawah is the bat cave. This cave is crammed with thousands of bats which are unseen but certainly not unheard during the day. The cave is part of a temple that is said to lead all the way to Besakih but it's unlikely that anyone would be interested in investigating.
bale kembang or floating pavilion at kerta gosa
Kerta Gosa
Kerta Gosa was used a venue for the administration of justice by kings and priests during pre-colonial times. It is surrounded by a moat and is decorated with beautiful paintings on its ceilings, which depict tortures in hell and bliss in heaven.
The Bale Kembang (Floating Pavilion) stands behind the Kerta Gosa. Its painted ceilings depict the legend of the hero Sutasoma and his sacrifices, and of Pan and Men Brayut, known as the couple who had too many offspring.
monkey at alas kedaton and sangeh village
Sangeh Village
Sangeh is the famous Monkey Forest, set in heart of the only primary forest in southern Bali. This forest consists entirely of pala (nutmeg) tree. The monkeys living here are considered sacred and hence used to make barong
jalak putih at national park

West Bali National Park
West Bali National Park is situated in two regencies: Jembrana and Buleleng. The entrance on the Jembrana side of the park is at Melaya on the Denpasar - Gilimanuk road. Visit this place if you are looking for pristine tropical nature. The park is the last natural habitat of the endangered Jalak Putih, fewer than fifty are believed to be left in the wild, where they are threatened by poaching. The park also home to banteng and deer-like Menjangan. The National Park contains a broad rang of natural environments, from magrove coastal forests to savana and rainforest shelters.
To enter Bali National Park one must go to the park office in Cekik. Accommodation is available in basic huts but you must bring your own bedding and untensils.
barong and kris dance at batu bulan
Batubulan
Driving northeast from Denpasar, stone figures on the roadside mark the village of Batubulan. Divinities and demons are carved from sandstone for ornaments of houses and temples. Workshops can be visited to watch artists at work.
Batubulan also is famous for Barong Dance which is performed daily here. The dance symbolizes the never-ending battle between good and evil. The Pura Puseh Batubulan, a beautiful temple, is also worth visiting while in Batubulan.
kuta beach good for surfing and see the sunset



Kuta Beach
Once a lonely village on the road from Denpasar toward the Bukit Peninsula, Kuta is now a thriving tourist resort, popular mainly among the young. It is a beach for surfing although currents make it less suitable for swimming. Coast guards, however, are on constant duty during the day. Kuta faces toward the west offering beautiful sunsets.
Accommodation ranges from international hotels to home stays. The village abounds with restaurants, shops, discotheques and other tourist facilities. It is easier to find regular performances of Balinese music and dance in Kuta, staged specially for tourists, than anywhere else in Bali. Some performances are staged nightly. The village is ideal for meeting and mixing with other people, locals as well as visitors from abroad.
snorkling at menjangan island
Menjangan Island
This little island off Bali's west coast is known for its beautiful coral reefs found nearby and the wealth of tropical fish inhabiting the waters around it. The island itself including Terima Bay, are by themselves worth a visit because of the beautiful sceneries they offer.
white sand at lembongan beach
Nusa Lembongan Island
Nusa Lembongan, a small island between Bali and Nusa Penida in the Badung Strait, is the perfect location for a holiday hideaway with few visitors and pristine unspoilt beaches. Overlooking Sanghiang Bay with its clear sapphire-blue waters, the Nusa Lembongan Resort offers a panoramic view of eastern Bali and the majestic silhouette of Mount Agung.
nusa dua beach resort
Nusa Dua
The Nusa Dua tourist resort is part of the Bukit Peninsula in southern Bali. Some of the most beautiful and luxurious hotels are found here. The resort is known for its clean white beaches and clear waters. The surf is gentle along the northern side of the peninsula, bigger along the south. The most convenient form of transportation to and from Nusa Dua is by taxi.
legong dance at sanur while take dinner
Peliatan Ubud
Peliatan is located between Ubud and Mas. It has been known as the center of traditional music, and dances. The fine art of local woodcarvers started a new style of wood carving producing such things as fruits, flowers and trees in their real shapes and colorings.
working silversmiths
Celuk Village
Celuk is center for Balinese goldsmiths and silversmiths. More 40 jewelry workshops are located along the road from Batubulan to Celuk. The jewelries are exported worldwide.
sukawati art market
Sukawati
Sukawati is famous for its art market (Pasar Seni) and dalangs (puppeteers). Set in a two-floor building, the market sells everything from statues to dance costumes.
Sukawati also is a centre for the manufacture of those noisy wind chimes you all over the island.
wood carver at mas village
Mas Village
Mas is famous for woodcarving. Mas offers a myriad of wooden items. The main road of the town is lined with dozens of workshop.
sunur beach black sand and good see sunrise

Sanur Beach
Sanur beach has long been a popular recreation site for people from Denpasar. The palm-lined beach curves from the Bali Beach Hotel toward the south, facing the Indian Ocean towards the east. Sanur offers many good hotels, restaurants, shops and other tourist facilities. It is only a short distance from Denpasar. Public transportation to and from the city are easily available until well into the night. Offshore reefs protect the beach against the waves to make it popular for wind surfing, boating and other water sports

tanah lot temple located at tabanan bali

Tanah Lot Temple
The spectacularly placed temple of Tanah Lot is possibly the best-known and most photographed in Bali. It's almost certainly the most tourists the crowds here are phenomenal, the gauntlet of souvenir hawkers to be run is appalling and the commercial hype is terrible. Signs direct you to the best place for photographs and even where to catch the sunset. In fact sunset time has definite overtones of Australia's Ayers Rock with the faithful lined up, cameras at the ready, for the hallowed moment.





Taman Ayun Temple
Taman Ayun, literally transited means beautiful garden, and this temple, situated in the village of Mengwi, 18 Km west of Denpasar, is indeed one of Bali's most picturesque temple. It's stately proportioned courtyards and large surrounding moat were built in the year 1634 by the King of mengwi,I Gusti Agung Anom.
Containing both the Royal Family ancestral Shrines and the strayed. MERU Shrines to the Major deities. Taman Ayun became the main temple for the ancient Kingdom of Mengwi, Every 210 days, on Tuesday Kliwon Medangsiya (according to the traditional Icaka Calendar), the entire local populace gathers at the temple to worship, celebrating the temple's anniversary.

bajra sandhi monument located on puputan margarana square in niti mandala renon
Bajra Sandhi Monument
Bajra Sandhi Monument is the Balinese people struggle monument, which is shaped like ‘bajra’ (bell). It is located on Puputan Margarana Square in Niti Mandala Renon area. Main government offices are located nearby. Bali Museum Bali museum was built on 8 December 1932 and has a large collection of old items. Located on Major Wisnu Street , this museum consists of 4 buildings: Buleleng, Karangasem, Tabanan, and the East Building .
art center consists of various building complexes







Art Center (Werdhi Budaya )
Art Center consists of various building complexes. The main building, Mahudara Mandhara Giri Bhuwaana, was officially opened to the public on 14 February 1973, and is used for permanent art exhibitions.
To the north of Mahudara Mandhara Giri Bhuwaana, there is Gedung Kriya Uccaihsrawa building where the Balinese and foreign fine arts exhibitions are held.
To the west of Gedung Kriya Uccaihsrawa, there is Dewi Ratih building. During Bali Art Festival, this two-story building is used for architectural exhibition on the ground floor and photography exhibition on the second floor.
The largest structure in Werdhi Budaya Art Center is Ardha Candra Amphitheater which covers 7,200 square meters. This enormous crescent shaped theater can hold up to 600 people. Ticketing offices and handicraft exhibition rooms are located underneath the stage.
To the west of Ardha Candra Amphitheater is the two-story Ksirarnawa indoor theater which covers 5,850 square meters. The theater, which is located on the second floor, can hold up to 800 people. The first floor is occupied by Art Center offices, a cafeteria, and several halls which are used for handicraft exhibitions.
 

white water rafting at ayung rafting
Ayung River Ayung
River is the longest as well as the largest river in Bali and well-known for its white water rafting. Besides the enjoyment of challenging rapids and its beautiful panorama, this virgin nature area is highlighted by the appearance of wild animals along the rafting route such as big bats, black monkeys, magpies and more.
trunyan village located at cross of batur lake at kintamani





Trunyan Village
Trunyan Village is well-known for its Pancering Jagat Temple , but visitors are not allowed to enter. There are also a couple of traditional Bali Aga-style houses, and a large banyan tree which is said to be more than 1.100 years old. In Kuban Village , close to Trunyan Village , there is a mysterious cemetery, separated by the lake and is only accessible by boat.
Unlike the Balinese people, Trunyan people do not cremate or bury the corpse, but just lay the corpse out in bamboo cages to decompose or under a huge Taru Menyan ( Menyan tree). Taru means ‘tree’ and Menyan means ‘aromatic smell’. The word 'Trunyan' is derived from these two words.
The tree is believed to absorb the bad smells and instead, produce aromatic smells. Loads of skulls and bones lie on the stone platform and the surrounding areas.
The women of Trunyan are forbidden to go to the cemetery when a corpse is carried there. It is said that there will be a disaster in the village if a woman comes to the cemetery while a corpse is being carried there.  
  Pemecutan Palace
Pemecutan Palace consists of a hotel with traditional style. There is also a set of traditional musical instruments (gamelan). Prasasti Blanjong (Blanjong Inscription) Prasasti Blanjong (Blanjong Inscription), a historical ancient artifact, is now preserved in Blanjong Temple , Banjar Blanjong, Sanur. The inscription, which shapes like a stone pillar, was made by the Buddhist king Sri Kesari Warmadewa in 914 AD.
Discovered in 1932 by Dr. Gorris, a Ducth scholar, the inscription tells about the military expedition against eastern Indonesia . Dr. Gorris believed that the inscription as well as the remains of prehistoric sanctuaries founded along the coastal line proved an Indian colony settled the coast over 1,000 years ago.
The inscription is 177 cm high and its diameter is 75 cm. Most of the writings are indecipherable, except at the top.
The inscription was written in two kinds of letters: the Pre-Negari letters which used Ancient Balinese language, and the Old Javanese letters which used Sanskrit language. There were also a number of statues found in Blanjong area.
  Seminyak
Seminyak Little by little Seminyak is coming into its own as an area to be reckoned with. The restaurant scene in Seminyak is vibrant and eclectic while the area's nightclubs have set the pace in Bali for some time now - this is where you go after you're done all you can in Kuta. Perhaps for this reason the area has become a magnet for designers, both local and international, and many small hotels and villas have been built in Seminyak
dinner at jimbaran bay with seafood
Jimbaran Bay
On the western site of the Bukit ( hill), Bali 's southern Peninsula . lies the once sleepy fishing village of Jimbaran , now the site of Hotel Intercontinental, Four Seasons and the Ritz-Carlton. Take a walk along the pristine sand or dine at one of the beachside seafood restaurants. Perhaps a sunset drink - Jimbaran is known for its spectacular sunsets. An offshore reef offers protection from the wave action, providing excellent swimming water
candidasa beach quiet for fishing
Candidasa Beach
Less than a km beyond the turn-off to Tenganan and about 13 km before Amplapura the road runs right down to the coast at Candidasa. It 1983 it was just a quiet little fishing village but two years later a dozen restaurants had sprung up and this was suddenly the new beach place in Bali. Fortunately it's still a quiet, relaxed little resort, this isn't Kuta.
Beyond Candidasa the road spirals up to the Pura Gamang pass from where there are fine views down to the coast.
  Tenganan Village.
Tenganan is a Bali Aga village, a centre of original Balinese prior to the Majapahit arrival. Unlike that other well knows Bali Aga centre, Trunyan, this is a friendly place and also much more interesting. Tengganan is walled village and consists basically of two rows of identical houses stretching up the gentle slope of the hill. They face each other across a grassy central area where the village public buildings are located. The Bali Aga are reputed to be exceptionally conservative and resistant to change but even here the modern age has not been totally held at bay. A small forest of television aerials sprout from those oh-so traditional houses! The most striking feature of Tenganan, however, is its exceptional neatness – it all looks spick and span and neat as can be and the hills behind provide a beautiful backdrop.
  The Grand Palace (Puri Agung Karangasem)
The palace, Puri Agung Karangasem, is an imposing reminder of Karangasem’s period as a kingdom although it actually dates from the 20 th century. Take a look at the three-tiered gate and the beautiful sculptured panels on the outside of the main Building, which known as the Bale London because of the British Royal Crest on the furniture. Because Karangasem cooperated with Dutch during their take-over of the island the rajah of Karangasem was able to retain his old power, at least for a while.
gunung kawi temple located at tampak siring village













Gunung Kawi Temple
The small town Tampaksiring a sign points off the road to the right to Gunung Kawi. From the end of the access road a steep stone stairway leads down to the river, at one point making a cutting through an embankment of solid rock. There, in the bottom of this lush green valley with beautiful rice terrace climbing up the hillsides, is one in Bali's oldest, and certainly largest, ancient monuments.
Gunung Kawi consist of 10 rock-cut Candis, memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of normally constructed monument - in a similar fashion to the great rock-cut temples of Ajanta and Ellora in India. The Candis are believed to be memorials to members of the Balinese royalty of the 11th century but little is known for certain. The Candis stand in seven-meters-high sheltered niches cut into the sheer rock cliff faces. There are four on the west side of the river, which you come to first. You cross the on a bridge to a further group of five on the east side. A solitary Candi stands further down the valley to the south, reached by a trek through the rice paddies.
Legends relate the whole groups of memorials were carved out of the rock faces in one hard working night by the mighty fingernails of Kebo Iwa. Each of the sets of memorial has a group of monk's cells associated with it, includingone on the east side with the only 'no shoes, sandals, boots may be worn' sign I've ever seen in Bali. There are other similar groups of Candis and monk's cells within the area ancient Kingdom of Pejeng-but none of them so grand or on so large a scale.

tegalalang village with terrace rice field










Tegalalang village
Tegalalang village is famous with rice terrace, but now on the way go to tegalalang village both side of the road you find many shops with selling woodcarving. The first example of Balinese landscape is the rice-field. This is a typical scene in Bali. The terraced rice-field is typical of the beauty of the Balinese countryside. Note the harmony of colors, the vivid green of the coconut groves and the pale blue of the sky. Wet rice agriculture (sawah) is the basic and most important activity of Balinese life; Rice is the major crop and the staple food.
The Balinese make maximum use of what the environment offers. The terraced fields extend for miles, up and down the hill, from mountains to the sea. Cows are a very important part of traditional rice farming. They are used for plowing and producing fertilizer. The Cow pulls a heavy wooden bar across the field, in the initial preparative of the soil, to flatten it into a smooth mud. The Cow does not work all day and are well cared for.
During the growth period of the rice, the fields are periodic flooded. The Subak or irrigation cooperatives, regulate the allow of water and maintenance of irrigation networks. The water from single dam may be divided into douses and even hundreds of channel to irrigate the terraced Sawah, note how many-terraced field are served by this one particular manual serves.
  Serangan Island
Between the Sheltered lagoon of Sanur and the tiny port of Benoa is a small island where turtles are "Farmed" in under water corrals. Local outrigger sailing canoes can be hired from Sanur for an hour's scenic sailing down the coast, or motorized canoes provide a shuttle service at high tide from a small salt-making village just off the by-pass before Benoa.
Once years, at "Manis Kuningan" (is festivity that happens 10 days after "Galungan" the most important festivityof the Balinese Religion) during the temple festivity at Pura sakenan, the island comes alive, as people from all over Bali flock to make their devotion. An entire food market sets up outside the temple to cater for the crowd, and boatloads of people in brocades and lace bearing baskets of offering flood into the beach.
The Barong Landung giant puppets generally perform in the evening, as the crowds return to the mainland in haste to beat the receding tide. The southern ti of serangan if favored spot skin and scuba diving. At the village a small craft industry has developed using turtle shell product, shell, and primitive carving.
monkey at alas kedaton















Alas Kedaton
Alas Kedaton, often know as Pura Dalem Kahyangan is situated South of Menalun near Marga. It is easy to find this temple, only about 15 km from Denpasar , the Alas Kedaton temple related to two different historic periods, one part having been erected during the megalithic period and the other part was added after the Hindhu Balinese religion was adopted.
Certain magic objects can be found in this temple dating back to its megalithic period, and there are arrangements of nine stone as well as primitive stone carving. A variety of post Hindhu symbols can be noted the lingam in the Dalem Khayangan shrine, and carving of Durga and Ganesa, within the Dalem Kedaton shrine.
Durga the Goddess of Death is depicted riding a bull, with eight hands wielding weapons. The right hand, hold a fan and arrow, a large knife, and the bull’s tail. The left hands from upon to lower, hold a club, a bow, a trident and a cudgel. Ganesa within four hands is seated on a cushion and two dragons. The right hands hold a rosary, and tusks. The left hands an axe and the end of the trunk.
One an interesting aspect of Ganese is it’s piatform snakes which are possibly Candra Sangkala and Dewi Naga Tunggal, dating back to the period between 1640 and 1740. Based upon the style of these carvings can be estimated that they date back approximately 300 years, to the final year of the Majapahit Kingdom or the beginning at Bali’s Rajadoms of Samprangan Gelgel, Klungkung and Mengwi. From the large collection of relics within Pura Alas Kedaton, however it is obvious that the temple is even older than this, as the megalithic period was long before Hinduism came to Bali. In this temple you also find many sacred monkey.


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