Category Archive: Bangli Regency

Puncak Penulisan temple

Hot Spring Water at Lakeside (Toya Bungkah Village)

Batur Natural Hot Spring is a beautiful and unique natural hot spring in Bali. Batur Natural Hot spring is the only one healing spa in Bali and just 2 hours from Ngurah Rai Airport, Denpasar. the location in the Lake Batur and Mount Batur areas of Desa Pekraman Batur, Toya Bungkah, Kintamani. Whether you’re coming …

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Volcano and Lake Batur in Kintamani

Kintamani is one of the most scenic and interesting area in Bali, which has cold weather and a wonderful panoramic view of Mount and Lake Batur. Kintamani is usually approached from the south with 2 routes in from Ubud (45 minutes), and one each from Besakih (1 hour) and Bangli (30 minutes). There is also …

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Ulun Danu Batur temple

Pura Batur better known as Ulun Danu situated at an altitude of 900 m above sea level, in the village Kalanganyar Kintamani District in the east highway Denpasar-Singaraja. This temple is facing west against the backdrop of Mount Batur with black lava and Lake Batur which stretches away at the foot of Mount Batur, complementing …

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Trunyan (Ancient / Bali Aga / Bali Mula Village)

The village of Trunyan is squeezed tightly between the lake and the outer crater rim of Batur, an almighty volcano in Kintamani. This is a Bali Aga village, inhabited by descendants of the original Balinese, the people who predate the arrival of the Hindu Majapahit kingdom in the 16th century. It is famous for the …

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Penglipuran Traditional Village

Traditional village Penglipuran located in Bangli district within 45 km from the city of Denpasar, which can be reached around 1 hour driving from Denpasar. Traditional village which also become a tourist attraction is very easy to find, because it is situated on Main Street Kintamani – Bangli. Penglipuran it also looks so beautiful, this …

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Kuning Waterfall

Taman Bali Raja

Kehen Temple

Kehen temple is the royal ancestral temple of the Raja of Bangli, one of the eight most important royal houses on Bali. Literally meaning the Temple of the Hearth or the Household, this refers to Hyang Api or the God of Fire, symbol of the Hindu god Brahma. Here worshippers burn offerings on a small …

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