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Place Bali lies east of java between 8 and 9 degrees south of the equator. A very narrow strait, called the strait of Bali, Bali from Java; it is the Indian Ocean on the map of Indonesia. Bali’s total area is slightly more than 5000 square kilometers or slightly more than 2000 square miles.

From west to east the mountain range from Gunung Batukaru in the west, the lake countries in the center and Gunung Agung in the east, divides Bali into two plains, the northern and the Southern plains. The northern plain is much narrower than the Southern one. In the North Bali the mountain in some places comes right to the sea, such as at Pulaki in the West and Ponjok Batu in the East.
In the North Bali the coast is swampy in the west, alternately sandy and full of pebbles in the center and rocky in the East. There are few beaches here good for swimming.
North-West Bali is hilly and dry so that there is no wet rice culture possible and yet the people here like in the rest of Bali live from agriculture. In this area are found the large coconut plantations. In East Bali beyond Kusamba in the South and Yeh Sanih in the North, the coastal regions are also so dry so that the people have to go for miles to the beach for water from common wells dug especially for this purpose.
In the North this arid country is very well suited for citrus plants and the villages Bondalem, Tejakula, Les and others in the vicinity become rich from these citrus plantations.
The center part of Bali, comprising the counties of Badung, Tabanan, Gianyar, Klungkung and half of Bangli, is most fertile and this region the tourists can see the most beautiful rice field terraces. This part of Bali is, no wonder, called the rice belt of the island.
The extreme Southern point of Bali is a lime stone peninsula, simply called Bukit, hill, by the people. The vegetation here is so different from the rest of Bali that driving through this arid region one can imagine oneself to be anywhere but Bali.
To the South-East of central Bali lies the arid island of Nusa Penida , just Nusa for the Balinese. Nusa depends entirely on the rain for water to irrigate the dry fields, because the lime soil of the whole island allows no forming of rivers. The only source of drinking water for the people is the beach where they dig wells or a spring of fresh water right in the sand. That way Bali island is nice island so many nice object island you find in Bali .

Tohpati is Center of Batik, hand weaving.
Tohpati is widely known as the center of handmade Balinese batik with various colors and shapes. Here the visitors will be exhibited the Batik making and hand weaving process. Finally you can buy some to bring home. The specialties of Balinese Batik can be seen from the strong Javanese motifs; some of modern Batik applies the paintings objects, such as Balinese culture, ceremonies, beautiful sites, or mythological figures. Batik is one of the most beautiful wearable art and the approach to the other side of Balinese rich culture.
 
Batubulan village
Batubulan is an agricultural village which gains fame for its arts activities including stone carving and dancing. The area is part of Sukawati district, Gianyar regency only approximately 10 kilometers from Denpasar city. All stone carvers from Batubulan are experts in making such artistic and adorable items that are mostly displayed in the houses, temples, resorts, hotels, or villas in Bali. When you enter the Batubulan village, you will catch the welcome stone building as the hallmark of Batubulan as the center of stone carving in Bali.
 
Barong Dance at Batubulan
Batubulan can be visited both in the morning and in the evening. Every day many tourists enjoy the Barong dance performance which is usually held from 9.30am to 10.30am. The Barong dance itself is performed at five different stages, illustrating the balance of goodness and badness side in everyday’s bustle and hustle of life. The Barong dance is sometimes performed like musical comedy involving humor aspects in it. The overall performance is entertaining and amusing, certainly something all visitors should see.
 
Celuk (Gold/Silver smith)
Within one hour drive from Kuta area, or about 5 kilometers from Denpasar you can reach Celuk Village. Here, all Balinese silver crafters are creating the beautiful items which are able to attract not only domestic market but also the international gold and silver enthusiasts. The gold and silver jewelry products have been being favorites for many jewelry admirers all around the globe. All the accessories are truly one-of-a-kind and blending the Balinese elegant taste with international favorite style jewelries. The travelers looking for gold and silver souvenirs to bring home are strongly recommended to visit Celuk Village to discover the appealing items as well as the Balinese goldsmiths and silversmiths.
 
Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave)
Situated in calm village called Bedulu, Goa Gajah or the Elephant Cave is about 26 kilometers from Denpasar city. The entire place is soothing, surrounded by the beautiful terrace rice fields and Petanu river valley panorama. As one of the enchanting historical sites, Goa Gajah attracts more visitor both local and international coming for sightseeing, worship, or contemplation. Goa Gajah name was derived from ‘Lwa Gajah’ meaning elephant waters and it was the authentic name of Petanu River. Here, we can find the very old Budha statue, three-branching stupa, fountain statues, and many more. The facilities around the site are sufficient to accommodate visitor, such as the parking lot, electricity, telephone, and load of souvenir shops.
 
Tampak Siring (Tirta Empul Temple)
Another place of interest in the island of gods is Tampak Siring. This striking site is also named the Tirta Empul Temple where in the middle we can see the big, sacred, and clean water source. Local people believe the water can cure any illness. Tampak Siring is also a place where the first President built the Palace of Indonesia State. The Palace looks elegant and majestic; we can see the hill wraps the entire neighborhood. At the Tirta Empul Temple, many water sources can be found which are often used by the people both for showering and worship intentions.
 
Gunung Kawi (an ancient sites)
Situated at Tampak Siring village, the ancient Gunung Kawi monument was built for the first time in 11th century. There are several stairs to be climbed by every visitor before reaching the site. Across the river you will find two rows of monuments sculptured on the rocky stone wall, illustrating the younger brother of King Erlangga named Anak Wungsu. The Gunung Kawi monument is a prominent site which becomes an interesting site for students or archaeologists. Here, get pleasure from the cool and contented atmosphere with the beautiful rice terraces as the backgrounds.
 
Kerta Gosa (floating hall, court of justice)
Kerta Gosa is located in Semarapura town at the heart of Klungkung regency, only 1 hour from Denpasar city. The entire clusters area was originally named Taman Gili and Kerta Gosa was the name given to two Bale buildings, Bale Kerta Gosa and Bale Kambang. Somehow, Kerta Gosa is more famous than Taman Gili. The uniqueness of Kerta Gosa can be recognized from ornamented ceiling illustrating popular artwork, conveying good against the evil painted with the 2-dimension puppet style that the Kamasan village in Klungkung regency is renowned for. As the worthy heritage of Semarapura ancient kingdom, Kerta Gosa and Bale Kembang are now utilized as a sacred place for some Hinduism ceremonies. As historical complex, here the visitors can also find the ancient and history items such as some pictures of Klungkung King Family and its kinfolk.
 
Pura Besakih (Besakih Temple)
Positioned about 60 kilometers from Denpasar city, the Besakih Mother Temple is implicitly said as the biggest temple on the island and in Indonesia archipelago. Encompassing 18 temple clusters lengthening up the mountain, this sacred temple is right on the foot of Mount Agung. The weather is relatively cool and pleasant as the area is located about 1000 meters height above the sea level. The history of Besakih name was derived from “Basuki” meaning “safe”. The worshipers mostly choose to worship in the evening or early in the morning, since in the day time there are too many local and international visitors who come for sightseeing. Whenever the visitors enter the temple, wearing sarong and sash is somehow strongly required to respect the Balinese tradition.
Pura Goa Lawah ( Bat Cave)
Pura Goa Lawah or Goa Lawah Temple is one of the most prominent and historical temples in Bali named “Dang Kahyangan”, situated at Dawan district, 9 kilometers from Klungkung regency. Inside the temple you will discover a cave where thousands of bats are living and occupying the entire spot. Further, a giant dragon-snake is said living in the cave as well. Goa Lawah temple was constructed by Empu Kunturan in 1006 Caka years. The original name was “Giha Lawah”, meaning the cave. Balinese or worshippers often come here to worship through the Balinese ceremonies. Out of the cave you will be displayed the load of salt makers along the beach in front of the blue ocean temple.
 
Tenganan Village (The Bali Age Village)
Tenganan Village is located in Manggis district, only 5 kilometers from the main road of Candidasa. Here, the visitors can find genuine traditional Balinese environment. Some of notable events are also conducted periodically such as ceremony dances and gladiator performance. The local people of Tenganan are famous for their thoughtful skills in making ‘double ikat’ cloth and tied woven named “Gringsing” with applying the unique weaving techniques. The houses in Tenganan Village are built in rows, one-of-a-kind, and they seem like related one to another. In front of the house, the native display the homemade products. What distinguishes this village with the other places is the existence of “Mekare-kare”, a Balinese ritual performing warrior dance of young teenagers. The ritual is aimed as indication that a young man has passed the requirements to be part of the village.

Candidasa Village
Candidasa is awesome, in the midst of beautiful surroundings while enjoying the beautiful landscape, favorable marine activities such as sailing and diving. Candidasa is a small and serene village on the northeastern coast of Bali, located 50 kilometers from Denpasar. In the midway between Amlapura and Denpasar you will find this tranquil village, a tranquil coastal to see the best view of Lombok Strait. If you see a large pond near the main road, then you have arrived at Candidasa village. From here, you can easily reach the other tourist spots such as Besakih Mother Temple, Tenganan Village, and Lombok Strait. Since the village is relative quiet, here your senses will be ultimately relaxed.


Puri Karangasem
In the heart of Amlapura town, only 78 kilometers from Denpasar city, the Puri Karangasem gracefully stands. This Grand Palace was built by the first king of Karangasem by the end of the 19th century. The key attraction of the Grand Palace is the unique architectures blending three different styles, Balinese, Chinese, and European. The Balinese style is reflected through the reliefs on the doorway gates, the Hindu statue, and on the wall of building. The European style effect can be captured through the entire design of the major building and huge terrace named “maskerdam”. Meanwhile, the Chinese architecture can be seen from the carving motifs on the door, windowpane, and the decorative adornment in the whole building. Another feature that will grab your attention is the main entry gates towering about 25 meters in height carved from the red brick-stones ornamented with puppet adornment.


Monumen Bajra Sandi Renon (Monumen Perjuangan Rakyat Bali)
Bajra Sandi Monument is located in the calm area of Renon, as one of must-visit sites in Denpasar surrounded by the lush greenery of Renon Yard which is commonly used by the local people to leisurely walk in the morning or evening. With its four indistinguishable gates, the monument was built applying the principles of Tri Mandala, which means three Balinese building concepts. The first concept is Nista Mandala as the outer part, Madya Mandala as the middle part, and the last is Utama Mandala as the major part. Within the main building the visitors will find a petite garden as well as the pond giving nice backdrop to the entire building. Overall, visiting Bajra Sandi Monument is simply worth remembering.
Taman Budaya Bali (Bali Art Center)
Bali Art Center is situated within short drive from the city center or Puputan Badung Park. The building complex was built firstly in February 14, 1973. Resting on 5 hectares of land, the entire building of Bali Art Center encompasses four main parts, the Exhibition hall, Ksirarnawa hall, the Ardha Candra, and Wantilan hall. These places are where the travelers can enjoy the painting and traditional Balinese objects’ exhibitions, dance, drama, theatre, and art performances, music concerts, and fashion shows. You can see the schedule of Bali Art Festivals in many local newspapers or online through related websites.


Pasar Badung (Badung Tradtional Market)
Most tourists will love visiting Badung Traditional Market which is situated on Gajah Mada Street, in the heart of Denpasar. As the biggest traditional market in Bali, this place is also the oldest amongst the other shopping centers in the capital city. You can shop at anytime, from the early in the morning till the night times. Anyone will love the reasonable prices offered by the local sellers. Badung traditional Market sells almost anything that the local needs for their dailies, including ceremony items, clothes, fruits, vegetables, meals, and more. Visiting this market you will behold the traditional way of transaction as well. Quite fascinating!
Pura Jagatnatha
Pura Jagatnatha or Jagatnatha Temple is a holy place for Balinese Hinduism located on Mayor Wisnu Street, with proximity to Puputan Badung Park. Its traditional and refined architecture will fascinate the worshipers and all visitors. In this sacred place, the locals held the religious activities, especially during Hindu holidays for example the ceremony for every full moon night. Apart from that, every month the tourists can take pleasure in two prominent festivals celebrating both new moons and the full moons. In these special events, the tourists can also watch wayung kulit or shadow puppets performances.


Museum Bali
Museum Bali is positioned next to Jagatnatha Temple on Mayor Wisnu Street. Besides renowned as museum, this place is also prominent object for scientific study and important venue for high-flying exhibitions. Built for the first time in December 08, 1932 there are four major buildings, each is named Gedung Timur, Gedung Buleleng, Gedung Karang Asem, and Gedung Tabanan. All the buildings exhibit abundance of ancient and pre-historic items, Bali’s traditional technology and hand-woven materials, art products such as jewelries, clothes, carvings, sculpture, and many other artistic items. You can visit Museum Bali everyday except during holiday from 8am to 3pm.
Pura Taman Ayun (Mengwi Royal Family Temple)
To reach Pura Taman Ayun you just need to drive for about 18 kilometers to the north from Denpasar city center, precisely in the midway between Denpasar and Singaraja. The site is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Dynasty built in the seventeenth century, boasting the wonderful temple building with typical roof as well as Balinese Architecture. The Pura Taman Ayun means the garden temple in the water. As one of the most prominent temple on the island, the Pura Taman Ayun is respected not only the divinities it was built for the first time for, also this sacred and beautiful temple is built for such great festivals and all religious events.
Tanah Lot temple
Tanah Lot is anyone will think about the beautiful sunset, awesome rocky beach, and graceful beachfront temple. Tanah Lot temple was built around sixteenth century, seeming like an islet surrounded by the sea. Particularly when it comes to sunset in Tanah Lot beach, you will be mesmerized by the magnificent view of the sun descending into the horizon. Located in Tabanan regency, this area is reachable within 30 kilometers from Denpasar. As a must-visit site for all visitors, Tanah Lot also offers abundant of local souvenirs shops to shop at. The area is also renowned for great annual festivals and cultural events.
Museum Arma in Ubud
ARMA or Agung Rai Museum of Art was opened to the public for the first time on June 09, 1996. The founder is Balinese man named Agung Rai. In this magnificent museum we are exhibited the private art collections made by Balinese, Javanese, as well as foreign artists. Nestled in the heart of Ubud, this place encompasses two main buildings where such adorable paintings made by Raden Saleh, Affandi, and Sadali are exhibited. When you finish glancing to the paintings section, don’t miss to unwind in the cafes or looking for reasonably-priced books at the bookstore in the museum.
Monkey Forest Include Pura Dalem Inside Monkey Forest Area
One of Ubud’s uniqueness and points of interest is the Monkey Forest. As the main attraction in this site, you will meet the groups of monkeys within the forest are not too naughty and harmful; however you are advised not to wear sunglasses as they sometime steal the visitors’ sunglasses. When you have reached the end of the main road in the forest, you will capture the big sacred monkey forest sanctuary in which almost 200 monkeys are prohibited. Inside the forest, there is also the largest holy and revered temple named the Pura Dalem Agung. The other two temples found within the area are called the holy bathing temple and the Pura Prajapati.


Keramic Factory (Jenggala Keramik at Jimbaran)
Jenggala Keramic Factory is stunningly situated at Jimbaran district, selling and displaying a whole range of one-of-a-kind Bali styled ceramics, handmade pottery, trendy tableware and flimsy glass items. The travelers may find this place as one stop shopping while at the same time they can get pleasure from shopping at the retail shop, chilling out in the café, or visiting the factory and gallery which exhibit Indonesian and International artists along with artisans from Jenggala. Also, here the guests can try to make a pot or paint their own ceramic just the way they like it.
Uluwatu Temple
Uluwatu Temple is majestically standing in Pecatu area, on the cliff of coral hill in the most southern tip of Bali Island. It is said that this ancient and revered temple was built around the eleventh century and the location was chosen by the highest priest to attain Moksa, or the moment to unite with the God. To get this place, the travelers will need to drive for about 30 kilometers from Denpasar city. From the Uluwatu Temple you can view the endless sight of the ocean, pampering the eyes as far as can see. In short, Uluwatu and its surroundings are captivating, for adventurers, surfers, or worshipers.
PUPUAN:
The winding way from Banjar to Pupuan, with beautiful views to the sea, passing through beautiful rice paddy, it ascends until the area where spices are cultivated, and then it descends through the coffee plantations, clove plantations, variety type of palms trees until to Antosari, on this route is the most beautiful terraces of rice on the island. We will stop at many places to spend all your film from your camera.
Singaraja: It was a centre and being the administrative centre of the islands during the years of Dutch colonialism up to 1953, (now the capital is in Denpasar, in the south of Bali). We will remains during Dutch period, there being influence of Chinese and Muslims. Lovina: this popular place in north of Bali with its beautiful black sandy beaches with its palm trees, its corral reef and dolphin places. In here also there are hotels and many on sea side restaurants.
BATUAN village:
Here we will visit "The traditional House compound", the structure of the house in the old traditional, which typically house two or tree generations of families, village lanes, grouped in units called banjar. With the calm simplicity of their small houses, their daily life and their animals you would feel real culture of Bali. The compound is a microcosm of the Hindu Bali universe with realms for the gods, man, and the impure spirits. The houses in Bali are the pavilions for ceremonies, sleeping, and day -to-day activities
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Kusamba Beach
is one of the favorite places of interest in Bali which is famous with the beautiful beach. The boat line with the outrigger belong to the fisherman from countryside are decorating the black sand unfolding along the coastal. Nusa Penida Island is across view which is only occupied by 40.000 people. Kusamba own the marvelous view with the splashing wave from the ocean and it is surrounded the tropical atmosphere with soft sea breeze.
Name of Kusamba is factually not far from the struggle history of Balinese in fight against the Dutch colonist. During the war against the Dutch in Kusamba on 23-24 May 1849, the Balinese hero had succeeds to make afraid the Dutch soldier and had killed the Dutch key man - Letnan General Michiel.
We can see the fisherman are looking after the prawn seed, send the rice, legume, fruits and other materials to Nusa Penida twice a day. The fisherman from Kusamba with the big boat and five crews can squire the material heavy as of 1,5 cargo ton to Nusa Penida. They can across the sea from Banjar Tri Buana, Banjar Bias Coastal and Kampung Island Coastal with 30 minutes until 2 hours time differences and it is depend to the type and transportation medium speed utilized. Beside of that, this boat can also squire the passengers who wish to enjoy the beautiful coral and the white sand coastal in the island cross of Bali . Segara Beach in Kusamba is especially for the Hindu ritual activities which are often conducted the activity of Nganyut in line with Ngaben Ceremony (Cremation Ceremony). We can also meet a fish market in this place which is usually held between 10 am until 4 pm. The strait between Bali and Nusa Penida Island is dwelt by a lot of fish, hence it is crowded by the white sail of fisherman boat decorates the sea around the Kusamba beach. At the west side of this coastal, especially in Banjar Batur, there are 40 families of fisherman as the traditional salt maker.
Tirta Gangga
Tirta Gangga is a beautiful park with the huge water fountain and wide pond located at Abang Sub-district, Karangasem Regency in east part of Bali. Tirta Gangga Park is built in the year of 1948 by the Karangasem King of Anak Agung Agung Angluerah Ketut Karangasem. Before this park is found, there is big wellspring found in this area which the local society believe that this water come from the land is holy spring therefore they call this place is Embukan means wellspring. According to the local believe that this wellspring functioning as a bath place for the god and also used as drinking water for the local community from the nearest village. Therefore this wellspring is sacrificed by local people and keeps the park naturally. The King of Karangasem has got an idea to improve this park into a good looking and nowadays, it becomes one of the famous tourist destinations in east part of Bali.
Tirta Gangga Park is also featured by the wide public pool with the cool and clean water where it can be used by everyone who visiting this place. It is situated on the foot Abang Hill with cool temperature in particular night time or morning time. The lush tropical garden are well surround the park and big fish ponds are running away at another ponds to give the impression for every tourist who pay a visit to this beautiful park. Some buildings and other decorations are intentionally made as according to the spirit from Puri Agung Karangasem (Agung Karangasem Palace), so it can be said that between Tirta Gangga Park and Sukasada Park (Taman Sukasada) which is located at Ujung countryside is a union.
Tirta Gangga is strategically located beside of the main strait from Karangasem to Singaraja Town and it is just 20 minutes from the local town or 2 hours and 15 minutes from Denpasar Town. You may also join the exciting tour to the east part of Bali that we call it by Karangasem Tour and you will discover many places of interest in east part of Bali including Tirta Gangga.
Mas Village
is one of villages in Bali fundamentally identified as an artistic countryside by focusing in artistic of wood carving. Mas Village is located in Ubud sub district and Gianyar Regency, east part of Bali. It owns the typical style of wood carving art by placing forward the distinguish synergy the humanism and naturalism. The village's popularity as an art village is famous in the national and world level which is not forgetting from the highness name of some maestros which has borne and found the spirit (taksu) and soul. The famous maestro who was borne in this village is Ida Bagus Tilem.
This Artistic countryside owns the long history root. The result of wood carving art in this village owns the immeasurable and wide dimension like idol for the devoting (arca idol), representative dimension of everyday Balinese social society life (farmer, fisherman, worker, intellectual, merchant etc), the abstract dimension as existing of actor imagination which is listening carefully of reality, dynamics and life philosophy. The villagers are same as villagers at other tourism countryside in Bali that have also experienced the transformation from agrarian society to the crafting society. Even nowadays, it is continued to service society from commerce service until levying service of the souvenir for overseas and domestic tourist.
Taman Sukasada or Sukasada Park
is a beautiful park with big fish pond surrounds the old Karangasem Empire heritage building which is used by the Karangasem's King for day relaxation or meeting place in their era. It is located in Ujung Countryside about 5 Km from Amlapura town. This park is originally met one pool only which is very Ghostlike and very secret called by Di Dirah and this pool at the period of I Gusti Gede Putu King (1849-1893) governance with his brother of Gde Oka (1849-1890) that the around of this pool is functioned as place of exile for the man who alleged to run the black magic (leak). At the period of I Gusti Bagus Jelantik governance which start to lead the Karangasem Kingdom in the year 1909, this pool area is extended and developed by some pools and also luxury building Bale Gili with European style (modern style), later then it is given the name called Taman Sukasada/ Sukasada Park Ujung Karangasem, that is estimate made in the year of twentieth.
his park is strategically located in the coastal side, south part of Karangasem town and founding a lot of wellspring around the area. If seen from the history aspect, most of all omissions from Karangasem Empire both for Lombok Island and also exist in Bali, altogether area consisted by the pool and Gili building which is exist in the middle of pool like Mayura and Narmada Park which are existing in west part of Lombok Island. We can say that this Sukasada Park as a mascot of tourist destinations in east part of Bali because Sukasada Park has been recognized until foreign countries since twenty's year and more famous again in the year of thirtieth when all foreign tourist start to pay a visit to Bali. King of Karangasem I Gusti Bagus Jelantik who is known as Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem is a Statesman, Man of letters as well as an architect. He has created a lot of building not even in the form of park but he also done some building which are exist in Puri Agung Karangasem (Karangasem Palace) like gateway which is looking like pagoda.
 
 

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