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Bali has many places of interest that are scattered throughout the regencies. Places of interest in Bali have been well laid out and equipped by complete facilities to keep tourist’s convenience when visiting it. Most tourist destinations in Bali have very high historical values, stunning natural scenery and unique buildings, which add to your insight and experiences on this island of Gods. ... Read more
The largest temple in North Bali as well as the most important in Singaraja, Pura Agung Jagatnatha f
Agung Jagatnatha Temple

The largest temple in North Bali as well as the most important in Singaraja, Pura Agung Jagatnatha features a Padmasana, a shrine that symbolically represents the three parts of the Balinese Universe as well as a wall relief depicting the horrific consequences that await those guilty of earthly sin.The state temple Pura Agung Jagatnatha is dedicate...

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Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA,
is a museum, gallery, and cultural
Agung Rai Museum of Art

Established by Agung Rai, the Agung Rai Museum of Art, or ARMA, is a museum, gallery, and cultural center in the heart of Ubud. The museum complex is made up of several traditional buildings surrounded by gardens and laced with water flowing through channels and fountains. ARMA is the only place in Bali to see the works of the famous German artis...

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This permanent memorial located near the site
where the 2002 terrorist attack killed 202 people is
Bali Bomb Memorial

This permanent memorial located near the site where the 2002 terrorist attack killed 202 people is a solemn monument dedicated to the victims of the tragic car bomb attack. The attack was the deadliest act of terrorism in the history of Indonesia. The memorial was dedicated on 12 October 2004, the second anniversary of the attack. It is made up ...

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Located on the eastern end of Puputan Square is
the renowned Bali Museum that houses the largest c
Bali Museum

Located on the eastern end of Puputan Square is the renowned Bali Museum that houses the largest collection of Bali ethnological artifacts in the world.   Established in 1910 by the Dutch who sought to preserve Balinese culture after the puputan, the museum buildings combine architectural elements from both traditional palaces and templ...

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Perched nearly a thousand meters up the side of
Mount Agung, Pura Besakih is the ‘Mother Templ
Besakih Temple

Perched nearly a thousand meters up the side of Mount Agung, Pura Besakih is the ‘Mother Temple’ of Bali – it is the most important, largest and holiest Hindu temple on the island. Dating back to prehistoric times, Pura Besakih is actually a complex composed of 22 temples that sit on parallel hilltops dispersed among six ascending...

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