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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


A small and spare Hindu sea temple constructed from limestone
that marks the landing site of Dangh
Gede Perancak Temple

A small and spare Hindu sea temple constructed from limestone that marks the landing site of Danghyang Nirartha when he arrived in Bali from Java in the 15th century. The monk contributed to the construction of the famous "sea" of temples of Bali. People visit this temple to pray for the fulfillment of their desires and wishes.Bull races are also...

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Established in 1928 by a government official during the Dutch
colonial era in Singaraja which was
Gedong Kirtya

Established in 1928 by a government official during the Dutch colonial era in Singaraja which was the former colonial capital of Bali, this fascinating museum/library whose name translates to ‘to endeavor', is home to thousands of ancient and sacred manuscripts chronicling in detail many aspects of Bali life including history, literature, a...

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In the 14th century, when Islam first arrived on
the shores of Bali, the King Dalem Waturenggong bui
Gelgel Mosque

In the 14th century, when Islam first arrived on the shores of Bali, the King Dalem Waturenggong built Masjid Gelgel, or Gelgel Mosque, as a spiritual center for Islamic-Javanese migrants, most of whom served the king. The mosque is the oldest in Bali, and showcases an amalgamation of traditional Balinese and Islamic architecture....

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Most probably the oldest excavated relic of ancient Balinese
art, Goa Gajah is a complex that date
Goa Gajah

Most probably the oldest excavated relic of ancient Balinese art, Goa Gajah is a complex that dates back to the 11th century. The name translates as ‘Elephant Cave’, which is quite mysterious as elephants have never been an indigenous species of Bali. The cave itself is man-made and is believed by archeologists to once serve as a herm...

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Karangsari Cave is a huge limestone cave
located near Nusa Penida’s east coast with a temple
Goa Giri Putri

Karangsari Cave is a huge limestone cave located near Nusa Penida’s east coast with a temple at its very small entrance.  Said to be a half-mile long, this is a significant place for pilgrimage that is busiest during auspicious days when Balinese make a special trip here to make offerings at the underwater lake.  The word &ldquo...

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