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Denpasar City


The balinese provincial capital is located in the south part of island about 45 minute from Ngurah rai international airport has house some of the tourist destination object such as Bali museum,Bajrab Sandhi Monument,Bali Art Centre,and Kumbasari traditional art market. The name Denpasar – from the Balinese words “den”, meaning north, and “pasar”, meaning market – indicates the city’s origins as a market-town, on the site of what is now Kumbasari Market (formerly “Peken Payuk”), in the northern part of the modern city. Denpasar was the capital of the Kingdom of Badung. The royal palace was looted and razed during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). A statue in Taman Puputan (Denpasar’s central square) commemorates the 1906 Puputan, in which as many as a thousand Balinese, including the Raja and his court, committed mass suicide in front of invading Dutch troops, rather than submit to them. after Indonesian independence  the government seat has slowly move to Denpasar for easier acces and closed with Tuban Airfield from Singaraja City in North Coast of the island as  the Bali Government seat include the lesser sunda island during the colonial era. Read the rest of this entry »


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Ubud is a town on the Indonesian island of Bali in Ubud District, located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. One of Bali’s major arts and culture centres, it has developed a large tourism industry.
Ubud has a population of about 30,000 people. Recently, it has become difficult to distinguish the town itself from the villages that surround it. The area surrounding the town is made up of small farms, rice paddies, and dense forest.
8th century legend tells of a Javanese priest, Rsi Markendya, who meditated at the confluence of two rivers (an auspicious site for Hindus) at the Ubud locality of Campuan. Here he founded the Gunung Lebah Temple on the valley floor, the site of which remains a pilgrim destination.The town was originally important as a source of medicinal herbs and plants; Ubud gets its name from the Balinese wordubad (medicine). Read the rest of this entry »

Tirta Empul Temple

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Tirta Empul Temple (Indonesian: Pura Tirta Empul) is a Hindu temple in the middle of Bali Island, Indonesia, famous for its holy waterwhere Hindu Bali people go for purification. The temple pond has spring which gives out fresh water regulery, which is considered as holy or amritha by local Hindu Bali people.[1] Tirta Empul Temple was built in 962 A.D. during the Warmadewa dynasty (from the 10th to 14th centuries), at a site where there was a large water spring.
The temple is dedicated to Vishnu, a Hindu god.[1] The bubbling water of is the main source of Sungai Pakerisan river.[2]
On the left side of the temple is a modern villa on the hill. built for President Sukarno’s visit in 1954, which is now used as a rest house for important guests.

Tirta Gangga


Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built in 1948 by the Raja of Karangasem, Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. It is, however, the name widely used to refer to the general area which includes the water palace and the lush rural areas around. Tirta Gangga water palace is a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by a lush garden and stone carvings and statues. The one hectare complex was built in 1946 by the late King of Karangsem but was destroyed almost entirely by the eruption of nearby Mount Agung in 1963.[1] It has been lovingly re-built and restored and has an air of authentic royal magnificence. Read the rest of this entry »

Nusa Dua

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Nusa Dua is known as an enclave of large international 5-star resorts in southern part of Bali. It is located 22 kilometres from Denpasar, the provincial capital of Bali, and administered under Kuta South District. Nusa Dua means two islands (nusa ‘island’, dua ‘two’), because there are 2 islands in bay of Bali Tourism Development Corporation area, in the southern side lays Peninsula Island and the northern side lays Nusa Dharma Island which it is smaller, but has Pura/Temple Nusa Dharma and shadier. Immediately north of Nusa Dua enclave is the peninsula of Tanjung Benoa that includes less exclusive hotels and Benoa village. A multi-denominational area, it includes a mosque, and Chinese and Hindu temples in close proximity. Much of the beach’s sand was eroded away following the mining of the nearby barrier reef for construction materials. Read the rest of this entry »



Lovina is the beach north of Bali or known as the grey sandy beach. This beach located on the west of Singaraja city, began to attract escapist travelers in the early 1970s, and simple and fairly inexpensive accommodations was built to house them. Slowly, the number of visitors grew, and the small home stays were converted into larger bungalow type hotels. Now a day, many tour groups come for short or long stay. As everywhere in Bali, standard and prices are steadily going up. Actually, Lovina is not one village but a string of small ones, starting 6 km west of Singaraja and continuing for 10 km up the coast road. Shops, restaurants and money changers are scattered along the busy stretch. Lovina also famous for its Dolphin show every morning on the ocean and some site are good for snorkeling and diving.

Gitgit Waterfall


About 11 kilometers from the closest city Singaraja out at the south of Singaraja, you will find the waterfall Git-git, a well-signposted path goes 800 meters west from the main road to the touristy waterfall.
Gitgit Waterfall is a beautiful tourist destination in north part of Bali. Gitgit waterfall is located in the plateau area with the height about 40 meters and it is surrounded by tropical tree and emits the constantly natural water debit during the year. Waterfall voice around the charming nature was amazing and it was the separate attraction which can be enjoyed by each visitor who comes to visit.

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Sanur Beach

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Sanur (Indonesian:Pantai Sanur, pronounced sah-noor) is a coastal stretch of beach of Denpasar city of southeast Bali, about 30 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport, which has grown into a little town in its own right. A 5.1 kilometers of the Sanur’s coastline from Matahari Terbit Beach to Mertasari Beach has been ready reclaimed in 2008.[1]
The northern part of Sanur beach was used as the landing site for the Dutch invasion troops during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906). During World War II, Sanur was again the entry point through which the Japanese forces landed to occupy the island of Bali.

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Jatiluwih, one of the most picturesque areas lies about 20 kilometers north of Tabanan, in Bali’s western region. Situated majestically in the hills 850 meters above sea level, Jatiluwih means ”really beautiful”. An appropriate name indeed with expansive views across terraced rice paddies, undulating hills and valleys. Arrive at lunchtime and enjoy a meal in the restaurant while soaking up the view, cool climate and fresh air. It is stretch from the foothill of the volcano of Batukaru to the south coast. The name Jatiluwih originally mean “sangat indah” in Indonesian or really marvelous.
It is deserve the name as along the way you will be amazed with the real part of Bali, the wonderful of true Balinese ambience, paddies harvesting, the flock of the duck, water buffaloes, farms houses, all that images to remember Bali in your heart. The rice terraces are the most magnificent and striking features of the landscape. When you are lucky to see the Balinese working on rice planting or harvesting, you will be welcome to join the activities, just to taste a little bit their fascinating life. Along the way, you can observe many tropical fruits and vegetations. There is also a good restaurant for you, with off course the background of Jatiluwih rice terrace and the sacred volcano Batukaru in a distance.

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Goa Gajah

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Goa Gajah (elephant cave) located two kilometers east of Ubud , this complex overlooks the Petanu river and consists of a SiSwati rock-cut cave, a bathing place, a monks’ chamber, a number of Buddhists rock cut Stupa and statues , and several foundations. Dating from the 11th century, the temple features statue of Ganesh , Hariti and a sacred bathing pool.The actual site of Goa Gajah (Elephant cave) is down a flight of steps south of the car park. There were never any elephant on Bali; the cave probably takes its name from the nearby Petanu River which at one time was known as Elephant River, or perhaps because the face over the cave entrance might resemble an elephant.
In the courtyard at Goa Gajah Temple can be found an ancient source of holy water, 12 by 23 meters in size, divided into 3 compartments. The name Goa Gajah  was probably derived from a name mentioned in a scripture called Negara Kertagama written during the reign of His Majesty King Hayam Wuruk of Majapahit kingdom. In this scripture is mentioned that the king had a hermitage on the slope of a mountain called “Lwa Gajah”. Other assumption come from the shape of the cave which entrance is decorated with carving to look like monster, and from a distance look like elephant head. Another said that the name is come after a Ganesha wooden statue which is put in the cave.

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Kuta Beach


Kuta is a beach area, known as the most famous stretch of white sandy beach in Bali. It forms the western shore of the narrow neck of land just north of Ngurah Rai International Airport. Kuta is a very modern city where a lot of young Australian loves this place very much. Tales were told in Australia about the ‘perfect wave’, and Kuta became the dream destination for every surfer. Kuta, and its progressively upscale neighbors to the north like Legian, Seminyak , Krobokan and Tuban on the south provide an enormous selection of hotels, restaurants, pubs, nightlife and shopping places.

Mount Batur

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Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is an active volcano located at the center of two concentric calderas north west of Mount Agung,Bali, Indonesia. The south east side of the larger 10×13 km caldera contains a caldera lake. The inner 7.5-kilometer-wide caldera, which was formed during emplacement of the Bali, has been dated at about 23,670 and 28,500 years ago.

The southeast wall of the inner caldera lies beneath Lake Batur; Batur cone has been constructed within the inner caldera to a height above the outer caldera rim. The Batur stratovolcano has produced vents over much of the inner caldera, but a NE-SW fissure system has localized the Batur I, II, and III craters along the summit ridge. Historical eruptions have been characterized by mild-to-moderate explosive activity sometimes accompanied by lava emission. Basaltic lava flows from both summit and flank vents have reached the caldera floor and the shores of Lake Batur in historical time. The caldera contains an active, 700-metre-tall stratovolcano rising above the surface of Lake Batur. The first historically documented eruption of Batur was in 1804, and it has been frequently active since then. The substantial lava field from the 1968 eruption is visible today when viewed fromKintamani, a town that stradles the southwest ridge of the greater caldera.

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Tanah Lot Temple

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It is located at Braban Village, Kediri District, Tabanan Regency. It is about 13 km from the closest city of Tabanan, about 30 km from the main city Denpasar. It can be reached by motorcycle and road fairly good. From Denpasar you can go from Denpasar’s Ubung terminal to tanah lot via Kediri and then from Kediri turn left around 11 kilometer.

The spectacular location of Tanah Lot is possibly the best known and most photographed temple on Bali.  The tourist crowed here are phenomenal, especially at sunset, and the commercial hype is terrible. Tanah Lot sunset tours are heavily promoted in all tourist areas. The temple perched on a little rocky islet, look superb whether delicately lit by the dawn light or starkly outlined at sunset. But can it ever live up to the hype! For the Balinese, Tanah Lot is one of the important and venerated sea temples.

Like Pura Uluwatu, at the southern end of the island. The name of Tanah Lot Temple in tourism bibliography about Bali almost never absent. The name Tanah Lot is probably from “Tanah laut ” means land in the sea. It is the fact that the strong sea abrasion has separated the temple area with Bali mainland, so it looks that the temple nests on a small speck of rock building up on the ocean. Despite the fact that strong hit of sea wave but the site is still standing while the whole sides have disappeared by the raged waves of hundreds of years.

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Uluwatu Temple

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Uluwatu Temple located on the very steep valley on the west of Pecatu Village, in the district of Kuta, Badung Regency, about 30 km from Denpasar. It can be reached by any cars, the road are paved but rather steep.

Uluwatu Temple perches at the south-western tip of peninsula, where sheer cliffs drop precipitously into the clear blue sea. Uluwatu Temple hangs right over the edge! You enter it through an unusual arched gateway flanked by statues of Ganesha. Inside, the walls of coral bricks are covered with intricate carving of Bali’s mythological menageries. But the real attractions the in the location – for a good angle, especially at sunset, walk around the cliff to the left (south) of the temple.

Watch out for the local monkeys, which for some reason like to snatch spectacles and sunglasses, as well as handbags, hats and anything else they can get. Uluwatu Temple is one of the several important temples to the spirits of the sea to be found along the southern coast of Bali. Way back in the 11th century the Javanese priest Empu Kuturan first establish a temple here. Uluwatu Temple was added to by Nirartha, another Javanese priest who is known for seafront temples, like Tanah Lot, Rambut siwi and Pura sakenan. Nirartha retreated to Uluwatu for his final days, when he attained moksa, freedom from earthly desires.

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