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Places of Interest Visiting on this Tour
When you think of Bali, you think green. The entire character of Bali is built around lush greenery, forests, wildlife, flora and fauna, cinnamon trees and much more. Parks and Gardens in Bali are not mere frills of Balinese life. They form a part of their psyche.
Parks and gardens enhance the sense of calm and quiet that Bali is traditionally known for. One of the finest parks and gardens in Bali is the Eka Karya Botanic Garden in Bali. Known for its natural splendor and the sheer expanse of land it covers, it is a must-visit for tourists.
The Eka Karya Botanic Garden in Bali is spread over 130 hectares of land. Look as far as your eyes will take you and look beyond the rolling green hills that fill up your senses with a clam that is impossible to achieve elsewhere. The greenery, the smell of the forest and the fresh flowers in bloom will take your breath away.
The Eka Karya Botanic Garden in Bali is home to more than 650 species of trees and more than 450 species of orchids. Paradise for botanists, this park in Bali will make you a regular visitor to this stupendously beautiful island in Indonesia.
Ideal for picnics, the Eka Karya Botanic Garden in Bali is always ready to give a good time to tourists. Self-guided walking tours will not only give you a wonderful time, but it will also make you familiar with unknown species of plants and trees. A detailed brochure at the entrance will tell you where you will get what. If you think it may become difficult to take tours all by yourself, the English-speaking guides will help you through the forests and hills in exchange of a minimum fee.
Detail about this Botanic Garden..
at Candi Kuning Fruits and flowers Market, the market sell variety of fruit such as durian on season, manggo, banana, salak (snake fruit), papaya, green apple, avocado, strawberry, sweet corn, peanut, coffee powder, and many kind of herbs.
For flower and vegetables they sell orchids, carrot, rose, orange and etc. The market also sell many kind of handicrafts product, painting and textile
Ulun Danu Temple located on the bank of lake Beratan, Bedugul vegetable market, and now with the Bali Golf Country Club.
Detail info about Bedugul here!
Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan likely twin lake owning very charming fascination. Experienced authenticity of nature of this lake still very felt. Local society use the dinghy is so-called ” pedahu” to fish. With the cold air encircled by the green mountain, fresh air atmosphere give the balmy and cool atmosphere.
This lake is very ideal for the water recreation like raw and fish. For the man who reckon much of the nature and recreation, both of this lake is the place. Existence of monkey are near from this lake, that is in roadway side of lake Buyan of majors Denpasar-Singaraja, what progressively more and more its amount, adding this area fascination as tourism object.
Detail info about Lake Buyan & Tamblingan here!
Jatiluwih is a famous tourist destination in Bali with spectacular panorama of rice paddy unfolding from the mountain area to the coastal side. We can find beautiful terrace sharing with rice paddy plantations or being procession that is one of the fascinations of this place.
Jatiluwih is a name of country side located in the plateau area with the mountain as a backdrop. It owns very beautiful panorama of rice terrace unfolding from the foot of mountain to the sea. The cool atmospheres surround the area of Jatiluwih with the good water irrigation that makes this countryside as ideal for agriculture development. All the local residents wrestle the activities as the farmer and make this place as a source of agriculture producer in particular of rice.
Watukaru Temple by some people called Batukaru Temple is one of the six biggest Hindu temples in Bali located in the middle of rain forest and under the mount Batukaru . It is situated in the peaceful area with fertile tropical trees and beautiful sound of the bird surrounds it. There is a big fish pond located on the right side of the main temple and water douches are just beside of it. It is beautiful temple consisted of many temple building with the cool atmosphere cover entire the temple are.
Tabanan Hot Water is an alternative tourist destination in west part of Bali. It supply hot water from the volcanic which is contain the brimstone and useful for people who have skin disease .
It is located on the hill bank with the river valley under it. The hot water is accommodated in swimming pool consisted of small and big pool . The spa, restaurant and accommodations are also completing this place as a tourist place in Tabanan regency.
Goa Lawa means Bat cave. It is located in Pasinggahan, Dawan sub district, Klungkung Regency. There is a nature cave dwelt by thousands of tail bat located at north side from Jeroan/center of Gua lawah Temple. This cave is apposite to the beautiful beach with black sand along the coastal area. Balinese people often stop when driving along thius part of the coast, to give offerings. This is the case all over the island. On special days, raod side shrines may attract a large crowd of Balinese, dressed in ceremonial gear. Detail here
Tenganan is one of several ancient villages in Bali, which is usually called "Bali Aga". The word Tenganan was derived from the word tengah or ngatengahang which means "move to the inner area". This derivation of word was having a relation with the movement of the villagers from the seaside to a rural area, in which the position of this village is in the middle of hills, that are western hill (Bukit Kauh) and eastern hill (Bukit Kangin).
Bali Aga was the original inhabitant of Bali, before the arrival of Hindu Javanese. Tenganan retains its ancient pre-Hindu customs through a strong code of non-fraternization with outsiders, further enforced by the protection of its surrounding walls.
Tenganan is charming and has some very fascinating authentic traditional festival (ritual dances and gladiator) like Bali Aga of Tenganan often holds the battle between local youths. The people of Tenganan are skilled in the unique technique of weaving, called the 'double ikat', where the belief in the magical power of the fabric is essential in bringing out the beauty of the ikat cloth.
There at least four most popular and interesting things which are re-introduced to us by the civilization of this village, and make the village famous in all over the world. Let us begin with easiest one.
The Perang Pandan is one of the famous tradition which has listed in Indonesian Tourism Annual Event. Held in the range of June until Tenganan village has a precious custom on a based community forest. This village has maintained their forest and all its contents for centuries. Their anchestors know the meaning of a forest for their sustainability life. There is no enough space to tell you about the unique of Tenganan village.
Tenganan is perhaps one of the most secluded and conservative villages on the island of Bali, protected by a strict code of isolationism, this ‘original‘ Bali Aga village has retained its unique culture and customs over the centuries. High walls surround the village, and marriage to outsiders is frowned upon , The famous double-ikat Gringsing woven cloth is made here, in a process which takes anything up to eight years to complete one piece. The aristocratic Tenganese own large tracts of fertile land, which they hire out to naighbouring villagers to farm on a share-cropping basis. A number of unusual rituals take place in this village on special holy days, and once a year there is a ritual blood-shedding fight of pandanus leaves in which all the men of the village prove their manhood.
The gamelan instruments used to accompany ceremony and dance are the ancient Selunding instruments, rarely seen now in other parts of Bali. From Tenganan it is only a few kilometers up the coast to the idyllic golden sands of Candi Dasa, recently developed resort that has sprung up around an ancient temple of the same name that is said to be directly linked to Mt. Agung by an underground cave. Note that on the return trip stops can be made at the Goa Lawah bat cave temple, and to watch primitive salt making on the black sand beaches.
Tirta Gangga is a beautiful garden with water fountain and fish pond surrounds this area. This garden is built by King of Karangasem for their relaxation with their family. Firstly, this garden is utilized by empire family for bathing place and now have been arranged natty and fascinate. There is big clean water source that is poured into a channel and go to the tower to make a water fountain . This water fountain is an icon of Tirta Gangga which is many visited by tourists.
Tirtagangga water garden was built in 1948 by the King of Karangasem, Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem. This water garden was constructed in a very unique architecture of Balinese and Chinese styles.
Tirtagangga Water Garden scratches on a 1,2 Hectare area, which consists of three complexes. The first complex lies on the lowest level of this area, where we can find two ponds and a water tower. The second complex in the middle level is the location where we can find swimming pools; while in the third part, which is the main complex, we can find the rest house of the King.
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