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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


Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice
was home to prolific Catalan artis
Blanco Renaissance Museum

Also known as Don Antonio Blanco Museum, this exuberant edifice was home to prolific Catalan artist Antonio Blanco. Hailing from Spain, the eccentric artist made his journey to Bali via the Philippines and found an artistic niche for himself on the Island of the Gods. Specializing in erotic art and illustrated poetry, Blanco is sometimes compared...

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During the 1930’s there was an up swell of religious conversions
in West Bali led by Chinese
Blimbingsari And Palasari

During the 1930’s there was an up swell of religious conversions in West Bali led by Chinese and Dutch missionaries representing both Catholic and Protestant faiths.  Because of rising religious tension between Hindus and Christians in the villages, the Dutch relocated the Balinese Protestants to the highland village of Blimbingsari wh...

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Located in the hilly village of Tegeha is Brahma Vihara Arama,
Bali’s largest Buddhist templ
Brahma Vihara Arama

Located in the hilly village of Tegeha is Brahma Vihara Arama, Bali’s largest Buddhist temple that was established in 1970. The grounds feature meditation rooms, libraries, beautiful gardens and a miniature replica of Jogjakarta’s Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist archaeological site, on the most elevated level of the temp...

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Standing grandly on a slope situated in between a clove
plantation and lush rainforest in the vill
Bunut Bolong

Standing grandly on a slope situated in between a clove plantation and lush rainforest in the village of Manggissari, Medewi is a massive bunut tree that the Balinese hold sacred (as with many large trees) as possessing a soul and as a place of refuge for denizens of the unseen world.  The buntut is a type of giant fig tree related to the mo...

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North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of
Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tr
Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari

North of the main street in Ubud, you’ll find the Chapel of Mother Goddess Rajarajeshwari Tripurasundari, a modern center of worship dedicated to the feminine facet of the divine. This beautiful interfaith chapel was established to honor the mother goddesses in history, such as Kuan Shih Yin, Mary Magdalene, Lakshmi, Durga, Kali, Saraswati,...

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