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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 temple and bat cave in one; Goa Lawah is one
of Bali’s key nine directional temples. It se
Goa Lawah

A temple and bat cave in one; Goa Lawah is one of Bali’s key nine directional temples. It serves as a guardian against evil spirits from the sea; quite fitting, as the temple sits directly on the waterfront, facing the island of Nusa Penida in the distance. Legend has it that Nusa Penida is home to Jero Gede Macaling, a destructive yet reve...

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Located in Tampaksiring Village in a steep
valley by the Pakerisan River, this monolithic ancient
Gunung Kawi

Located in Tampaksiring Village in a steep valley by the Pakerisan River, this monolithic ancient monument carved out of a massive rock face was believed to have been constructed in the 11th century as burial complex of King Anak Wungsu and his wives.  Known as the ‘Valley of The Kings,’ the shrines that commemorate the deified r...

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Also known as the Campuan Temple because of its
proximity to the striking Campuan Gorge where the
Gunung Lebah Temple

Also known as the Campuan Temple because of its proximity to the striking Campuan Gorge where the two branches of the Wos River meet (or campuan in the local language) in West Ubud, Pura Gunung Lebah is one of Bali’s most unusual and a dramatic temple that is said to concentrate powerful earth energies.  The temple was founded by Buddh...

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Tucked behind a palm forest and perched on a hillside, the
village of Taro is a hidden gem. The vi
Gunung Raung Temple

Tucked behind a palm forest and perched on a hillside, the village of Taro is a hidden gem. The village marks the exact center of the island, and the area is known as the original breeding place of the albino cattle. Considered holy by the Balinese, the white cows do not work, and are kept as purebred. In the heart of Taro sits the largest and ar...

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The historical significance of Jagaraga is that it is the site
of the heroic four-year defense of
Jagaraga

The historical significance of Jagaraga is that it is the site of the heroic four-year defense of Buleleng against the Dutch occupation in the 1840’s under the prince Gusti Ketut Jelantik.  The people of Jagaraga Village named it in commemoration of the martyr prince, his wife and their servants who committed puputan (ritual suicide) i...

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