Located 17 km from Singaraja. It's a serene coast where tourists
can plunge in a breezy spring swimming pool. Amenities include lodgings
One of the most famous monkey forrest. It's one of the place in
Bali where monkeys exist, free and peaceful. These hundreds of monkeys
are a real appeal for the tourists.
Amed is a resort town that will bring back the old memory of Kuta.
Completed with simple tourist supporting facilities such as Losmen,
small hotels and amateur entertainment, Amed is a popular site for
Bangli was the capital city of Gelgel Island dynasty kingdom. The
largest and most sanctified temple of the district is Pura Kehen,
a mountain haven and state temple of Bangli.
Tourists can enjoy hot spring bathing place with pool in Banjar,
which is the northern coast of Bali.
It's a village outside Denpasar and stretching for about 2 km. The
attraction of this village is stone-carving shops lining the roadside
displaying exquisite work of art.
Mount Batukaru grants an exceptional shade to the entire district
of Tabanan. The gloom of Pura Luhur (Luhur temple) achieves the
Located less than an hour from north Bangli. Danau Batur is Bali's
largest lake and cribbed with the calderas of an active volcano
named Gunung Batur.
Bedugul is the name of both a small city and a mountain-lake resort
area, which Balinese have long used for weekend retreats.
Besakih is the most sanctified and influential of the island's countless
temples. The temple houses inherited shrines for all Hindu Balinese,
who regard Pura Besakih as the apex of holiness.
Located between Blahbatu and Gianyar, Bona is the center for high
quality bamboo furniture.
The spectacular landscape of rice terraces can be enjoyed from Bukit
As a recognized resort area for over topical decades, Candi Dasa
is an entryway to East Bali. Compared to the resorts in southern
part of Bali, Candi Dasa is much simpler.
budget accommodation and few upscale hotels, the main attraction
of Candi Dasa is a dazzling landscape of the beach. Blighted by
jetties protruding into the water, intended to stop the erosion
caused by coral blasting for years.