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Taro Tourism Village, Cultural Tourism to the Oldest Village on the Island of the Gods

Taro Tourism Village is an old village in Bali that is rich in stories and cultural heritage from the past. The existence of this village is closely related to the visit of a powerful person in the past from East Java to Bali around the 8th century.

This Taro Tourism Village has a green and beautiful nature. Cool air and trees make the atmosphere shady. As well as residential homes with typical Balinese traditional houses. Besides enjoying the natural atmosphere, visitors can also learn many things from this village.

Taro Village is located 6 km north of Pujung, has a beautiful natural charm because of the green rice terraces and the cool air. In addition to rice fields there are also plantation areas planted with fruits and vegetables. And there are customary forests that have tracking paths that are quite challenging.


Taro village is home to white oxen. The white color is not ordinary white, but white albino, so that the bull’s eye is white. This white ox is very rare and may only be found in Taro Village.

In Taro Village there is a medicinal plant garden. This idea originated from residents who had difficulty finding several types of plants when preparing for traditional ceremonies. They also decided to start planting rare plant seeds. In addition to being used by residents, this plant garden can also be an education for visitors.

This village is about 40 km from the capital city of Denpasar. This village is geographically part of the Munduk Gunung Lebah area.

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Bukit Putung Karangasem, Witnessing the Beauty of Bali from Height

Putung Bukit Karangasem can be added to your vacation destination list. The beauty of this hill can give you a pleasant vacation experience. Being on a hill can be an arena for relaxation looking for peace and quiet. Moreover, Bukit Putung also has an amazing panorama.

Bukit Putung also has a history. There is a legend that tells the origin of this hill. The name ‘Putung’ in Balinese is derived from the origin of the word ‘Putus’ which means it has no offspring. Long ago according to legend, the residents who lived on this hill were condemned by a smart shaman who felt cheated.

When you are on this hill you can see patches of rice fields belonging to the surrounding population. You can also see hill valleys filled with fertile plants. Its location in a mountainous area makes the air cool. You can find various kinds of trees such as coconut trees, hajis ferns and salak plantations belonging to local residents.

Besides you can feel the scenery, Bukit Putung Karangasem also presents the beauty of the sea line with the pier. You can find fishing boats that are catching fish and ships anchored. Even from the distance, Nusa Penida Island can be seen. Really a scene that really spoils the eyes. Anyone will surely feel at home lingering in Bukit Putung.

The cool weather and the peaceful and soothing atmosphere make this hill even more pleasant. The birds that are flying while singing also accompany your times on the hill which has this special feature

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Tukad Unda Bali, Beautiful Dam for Cool Prewedding Locations

Tukad Unda Bali is a dam or dam that was built in one of the largest rivers on the island of Bali. The water flow is quite large and continues to flow throughout the year. In the local language, tukad means river and unda means layer. So that it can be interpreted Tukad Unda is a river with multiple layers of water.

From its appearance, this dam looks very unique. The waterfall evenly and flat looks like a long curtain that is neatly arranged and very beautiful. Couples who will get married usually take pictures with the waterfall like this curtain accompanied by several local village children who are playing water. Water splashes from the children who are playing this add to the impression of romantic and natural.

The community around Tukad Unda works as farmers. So no wonder, the existence of the dam was also used as irrigation to irrigate the population’s rice fields. In addition to irrigation, the water is heavy and never dry is also used for bathing, washing, or even fishing. Sand in this big river is often mined by local people as a source of livelihood.

When you face north, you will see a beautiful view of the towering Mount Agung. There are many shady trees so the atmosphere is very beautiful.

Tukad Unda is located in Lebar Lebah Village, Klungkung District, Klungkung Regency, Bali. The distance is quite close to the city of Denpasar, only about 62 km and takes only 1.5 hours. Or it is 44 km from Ngurah Rai Airport, with a travel time of about 55 minutes by motorized vehicle. Unda will make your photo prewedding very spectacular and unforgettable.

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Pinus Kintamani Forest, Current Destination for Hunting Fun Photos in Bali

Kintamani has long been known as an area that has high tourism potential in Bali. Here, you can spend time relaxing in the hot spring while enjoying views of Mount Batur. However, did you know that in Kintamani there are also beautiful pine forests that can be used as a means of hunting Instagram photos? His name is Pinus Kintamani Forest.

The first thing you need to know, this pine forest is one of the most beautiful pine forests in Indonesia. As a proof, Pinus Kintamani Forest is included in the list of 11 top beautiful pine forests that were launched by Beautiful Indonesia.

Being in a highland area, you will find an atmosphere so cool when you set foot in this forest. Not infrequently, a misty atmosphere is also often found here. The scene is increasingly exotic with rows of pine trees that make the area in the forest so shady and beautiful.

The exoticism offered by pine forests in Bali makes many tourists come. Hunting for photos, specifically being the main activity of travelers who come to this forest. In fact, many prospective bride couples hold prewedding sessions in this forest area.

The background of the natural forest atmosphere makes photo hunting activities so refreshing. Moreover, the air here is also very fresh, far from the impression of pollution that is commonly found in the downtown area. That way, the activity of taking photos can be done with not too tiring.

It’s just that, when visiting the Kintamani Pine Forest, be sure to maintain a fit body condition. Moreover, to go to this area, you can use a motorized vehicle. It’s not difficult to use motorcycle rental services in Bali, there are many places that provide this service. Furthermore, there are 2 routes that can be used, namely the route through Toya Bungkah and Puri Jati.

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Pemuteran Buleleng Beach, Beach Tourism with a Calm Atmosphere

Choosing beach tourism in Bali will be so confusing. However, if you are looking for a quiet and quite quiet beach, consider coming to Pemuteran Buleleng Beach. This beach is indeed famous thanks to the existence of the unique Pemuteran Underwater Temple. No wonder this beach is indeed famous for its underwater scenery.

However, the attraction of Pemuteran Beach Buleleng is not just underwater scenery. This beach is also known as the beach which gives a soothing atmosphere. The natural atmosphere can be felt so long while here. Moreover, supported by the support of the indigenous people of Pemuteran Village who are well aware of the importance of nature conservation efforts in the coastal ecosystem.

Visiting this beach, you will find a beach with a wide expanse of black sand. This beach also offers a soothing atmosphere. The tourists who visit this beach, often spend time relaxing by sunbathing while reading books.

The atmosphere on the beach also feels so shady. Tourists can relax under a tree without having to overheat. Relaxing atmosphere is so calming when added to the soothing breeze. Because buildings for entertainment facilities around the beach are quite rare.

Here, you will not find facilities in the form of night entertainment. The number of hotels is also very limited. In total, you can only find as many as 12 hotels that are a means of staying for guests. The rest, you can use an alternative stay at a simple homestay.

The main activity of enjoying the underwater scenery is the main attraction here. In fact, the diversity of coral reefs in Pemuteran Buleleng Beach is well known throughout the world. The main activity is diving that can be done without having to go far to the sea.

To get stunning underwater natural scenery, you only need to swim 10 meters from the beach. In addition, there are also facilities in the form of ships with glass bottom which can be a means to enjoy the underwater nature of this beach. In addition, there are other activities in the form of jet skis that you can do.

Pemuteran Bali Beach can be reached in a way that is not too difficult. This beach is around 55 km from Singaraja City. You can also come here directly when you arrive at Gilimanuk Port. Moreover, the distance between Pemuteran Beach and Gilimanuk is only 30 km apart.

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Banyuwedang Bay Buleleng, a tourist paradise with stunning natural beauty in West Bali

The natural beauty of the island of Bali can not only be found in Denpasar or Kuta. Buleleng also offers beautiful beauty. One proof of the beauty is to see the existence of the Banyuwedang Bay Buleleng directly. This one bay, is now starting to be visited by tourists, mainly foreign tourists.

Located in West Bali, Teluk Banyuwedang Buleleng is indeed quite far from Denpasar. Even so, this does not stop foreign tourists from coming to this place. Moreover, here, they can see the marvelous beauty that is still so natural.

Here, tourists can see the calm water area with stunning underwater natural scenery. You can watch various types of cute and small fish that are adorable when spending time for snorkeling, diving, or swimming in the waters of the Banyuwedang Bay of Buleleng.

The beauty of nature here is also so beautiful. Here, you can find a combination of calm waters, with distant mountain views, and green grove of mangroves. Everything is created so harmoniously in this place.

To go to this tourist spot, the way is not too difficult. The easiest way to do this is to reach it using a boat from Banyuwangi. From the city in East Java, you only need about 30 minutes to travel.

Meanwhile, from Denpasar, the trip to the Banyuwedang Bay of Buleleng did take a long time. In total, it will take you about 3 hours to get here.

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Devdan Show Nusa Dua, Theater Show that Serves Typical Indonesian Culture

Devdan Show Nusa Dua is the choice for lovers of cultural tourism in Bali. Especially for those of you who travel to Bali in order to enjoy various arts. Art in Bali is diverse and unique, ranging from dances, fine arts, and musical instruments.

Devdan Show Nusa Dua is specifically a place that presents theater performances. Devdan’s own word comes from Sanskrit “DEVA” and “DHANA”, which means “Grace of God” as well as wealth in Indonesia which is a gift from God for the people of Indonesia.

Devdan Show Nusa Dua is a very spectacular theater performance that you should not miss while in Bali. In this show will show the culture and diversity that exist in Indonesia. Watching Devdan you will be invited to tour Indonesia through traditional dances from five islands, namely Bali, Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Papua.

Devdan’s performance is held four times every week, every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday starting at 19:00 Bali time. Located on Nusa Dua Theater, Nusa Dua Street, Nusa Dua. For ticket reservations can be made three months in advance. In addition, Devdan Show was also held at the ITDC Complex, Benoa, Kuta Sel, Badung Regency, Bali.

Devdan Show is a show that can be watched by all ages, especially very nice to be watched by children who can learn all Indonesian cultures from the island of Aceh to the island of Papua in a short time.

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5 Best Things to Do in Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua means ‘Two Islands’ in Indonesian which is something of a misnomer as if you come here you will find two non-descript headlands, each topped with a temple. Nusa Dua is widely known as the ‘upscale’ district of Bali and many of the high end resorts are located here. There is actually a dedicated tourist area in Nusa Dua which is gated and studded with guard posts and once inside you will find beautiful manicured lawns and not a leaf out of place. In short, it is a world away from much of the rest of Bali.

1. Go for a camel ride
Camels may not be the first thing that spring to mind when you think of Bali but that is exactly what you will find if you come to Bali Camel Safaris in Nusa Dua. The camels will take you on a leisurely walk along the sand from the Nikko Bali Resort and you can take in the vistas over the water as the camels amble along. There are different packages available and you can even opt for a walk that culminates in lunch or dinner at various spots along the beach and if you are looking for something unusual to do in Nusa Dua then this has got to be it.

2. Visit Pasifika Museum
Pasifika Museum is a wonderful museum in Nusa Dua although unfortunately many people don’t even know it exists. The museum is located close to Bali Collection and features the work of a number of European artists who moved to Bali and then made art on the island. There are also galleries dedicated to local painters and you will also find an Indochinese gallery as well as a Polynesian exhibit. As if that wasn’t enough you will even find pieces from greats such as Paul Gauguin, Rudolf Bonnet, and Emilio Ambron, and if you are an art lover then you definitely shouldn’t give this spot a miss.

3. Enjoy the water sports
Nusa Dua is famous for its water sports and you will find a huge selection of water-based activities to enjoy here. These include jet-skiing, parasailing, and banana boat rides, and you can also go diving off the coast. All the hotels in Nusa Dua can organize water sports activities or you and prices are usually standard in the area. When the winds are high you can also have a go at parasailing and kite boarding here.

4. Watch the Devdan Show
A main attraction in Nusa Dua is its nightly Devdan Show which is a cultural dance performance that is unique to this part of the island. The reason for this is that the show lasts some 90 minutes but instead of being exclusively dedicated to Balinese dances it will take you on a whistle-stop tour of different kinds of music, costumes, and traditions from all over Indonesia. The performance is high energy and you can also expect aerobics and other athletic feats, all of which take place under the stars.

5. Explore Gunung Payung Beach
Gunung Payung Beach is not particularly well known in Nusa Dua as many visitors usually flock to Pantai Gegar instead. This is a shame however as Gunung Payung Beach lies at the end of a marked trail from Denpasar and you will be rewarded on a trip here with beautiful vistas across the ocean. You can also go swimming and snorkeling and watch the seaweed farmers at work as they collect the long, emerald green reels of seaweed which are destined to end up in a range of Asian cosmetics.

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5 Best Things to Do in Kuta

Kuta is probably the most famous part of Bali and with good reason. Not only is it the home of the iconic Kuta Beach but it also has a swinging nightlife scene that keeps going into the wee small hours. The coastline here is covered in soft golden sand and the beachfront is flanked with a long promenade dotted with cafes and myriad restaurants.

1. Go for a drink at Apache Reggae Bar
Apache Reggae Bar is one of the most famous night spots in Kuta and whenever you go you can expect something of a party. There is live music played here as well as the usually reggae favorites and you can also enjoy plenty of drinks as you dance the night away. Note that cheap drinks are often made with fake alcohol in Bali so it is probably best to stick to the local beer called Bintang which is a crisp refreshing larger.

2. Go surfing at Kuta Beach
One of the main reasons to come to Kuta Beach is for the opportunity to surf as this makes the perfect spot for beginners. The reason for this is that Kuta Beach lies on a soft sand bar as opposed to a spiky reef, so you will be able to learn to surf safe in the knowledge that you won’t get hurt on some jagged coral if you wipe out. You can rent a board here for the day and also take a surf lesson with one of the many instructors along the beach, although if you prefer something a little easier then you can also rent a body board and catch the waves that way. At the end of the day crowds flock here for the sunsets which are best enjoyed with a cold beer.

3. Admire the Museum Kain
Museum Kain is located at the top of the Beachwalk mall in Kuta and is definitely worth a visit if you are in the area. There are few cultural attractions of this kind in Kuta and you can learn all about how indigenous textiles are made in Indonesia by perusing the various galleries on show. Many of the pieces feature colorful batik, a technique where wax is dripped on fabric to make a design before dyes are added, and you can also even make your own pieces with the help of one of the on-hand experts. There is also the opportunity to buy some of the pieces on show as a souvenir of your trip to Indonesia.

4. Explore Dream Museum Zone
Dream Museum Zone, which is sometimes just called DMZ, is another fun indoor attraction in Kuta that is made up of a range of huge wall paintings which are designed to look interactive. Many of the pieces look like three dimensional objects rather than just paintings and you can spend the day taking pictures here that look like they defy logic. Some of these include terrifying realistic great white sharks, sprawling temple gardens and wildlife set pieces, and this is a wonderful spot to spend some time with children.

5. Visit Waterbom
Waterbom Bali is one of Kuta’s oldest institutions and is not to be missed, especially if you are travelling with children. This is one of the largest water parks in Bali and you will find a huge number of rides here such as the Boomerang and the Superbowl, and if you are feeling brave there are sheer drop slides such as the Climax. For younger children there are also children’s pools and some eateries where you can get snacks and light meals to keep you going throughout the day.

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Bukit Asah Bugbug

Bukit Asah Bugbug is a hill with plains in Bugbug Village, Karangasem Regency, East Bali. Above this hill you can see a beautiful sunrise in the sunny morning.

The route to the location from Denpasar, past the Bukit Sahyang Ambu, get to the bridge then there is a T-junction which is taken right, around 15 minutes you will arrive at the location. We recommend coming here using a motorcycle, because the road is still not very good.

You can camp here by asking for permission from the officer while enjoying the calmness and waiting for the sun to rise the next day. Seeing the beautiful natural scenery of this hill you can while lying on the grass.

so it’s ready to go here with your loved one?