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Balingkang Temple

From some temple buildings that you can meet in Kintamani, Pura Dalem Belingkang can be said to be one of the attractions that you cannot miss for your visit when you are vacationing in Kintamani. The reason is, this temple not only looks magnificent and also beautiful, let alone its location also presents incredible views. This temple actually also has some unique stories that will certainly make you want to visit it more quickly.

The first unique story is closely related to the name given to this temple itself, namely Pura Dalem Balingkang. The name was given to this temple because indeed at the beginning, this temple was a palace of a Balingkang (which in Balinese means king) named Sri Jaya Pangus. It is said that he said, this palace was also built in connection with a cultural difference between the king and a Chinese woman known as Tang Ci Keng. This may also be the reason why there is also a large megalith in the temple which is a representation of the King and his wife, which we can still see today.

Another uniqueness lies in the temple building itself. The building can be said to have a fairly ancient architectural style. This kind of temple building is quite rare to be found, including in Bali itself. Because it was once a palace, this temple building also had a kind of fortress on its outer part. Of course, in ancient times the fortress had functions like palace fortresses in general, namely to protect the inside of the palace, especially the king from outside attacks.

In this temple there is also a place of worship which is equipped with a symbol of a large Chinese coin. This is actually the most visited part of the temple because it is believed to bring good

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Pura Dalem Jagaraga Singaraja

Pura Dalem Jagaraga Singaraja is not an ordinary temple in Bali. This temple is a witness of the struggle of the Balinese people against the invaders. The interesting thing about this temple is the existence of reliefs that tell about people’s lives in the era of Dutch colonialism.

The relief here is so different from reliefs located at other temples. Here, you can find reliefs that show the existence of an ancient car with the gunman who was driving it. In addition, there are also reliefs that describe the condition of the plane crashing, the Dutch who were drinking beer, and others.

The battle at Pura Dalem Jagaraga is so famous. There was one figure who was not overlooked in this battle, namely Jero Jempiring who was none other than the wife of I Gusti Ketut Jelantik. In addition to acting as a regulator of the attack, Jero Jempiring also has an important task to ignite the spirit of the fighters.

The battle that took place in the area around the temple was very fierce. In fact, this event is specifically known as the Puputan Jagaraga event, because of its location in the village of Jagaraga. In this battle, a total of 2,700 Balinese fighters were killed. Meanwhile, 400 Dutch troops, including middle-ranking officers lost their lives in this war.

You can find the location of Pura Dalem Jagaraga in Jagaraga Village in the Sawan District, Buleleng Regency. To get here, you need to drive about 30 minutes from the center of Singaraja City.

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Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple is a tourist spot in Bali which is located on a cliff that protrudes towards the sea. This temple not only has a Balinese religious atmosphere, but also has extraordinary natural beauty, like the beauty of the sunset which has been very famous here.
At Uluwatu Temple you can also meet a number of monkeys who are believed to be guardians of the sanctity of Uluwatu Temple.

To be able to enter the Uluwatu Temple area, you are required to use a sarong and a scarf which is a symbol of respect for the sanctity of Uluwatu Temple.

Tourist attractions in Bali this one is at an altitude of about 97 meters above sea level.

For tourists who want to visit the Uluwatu temple, it will feel spoiled by the beautiful scenery and the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean with beautiful waves.

Not only that, here the tourists will also be treated to a traditional Balinese dance, the Uluwatu Kecak Dance. This dance is played by around 50-100 dancers.

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7 Interesting Place In Bali You Should Travel!

Hello friends, is there anyone who likes travel to haunted place? If you like it here’s some interesting place you could visit while you enjoy Bali Island.

1. Taman Festival Sanur

Taman Festival which is located in Sanur is not completed,it has been abandoned since 14 Years Ago, this place used to be a nice place, but because there are a lot of accident, makes this place became abandoned and not maintain anymore. When you get there, you may find out some crocodile that live inside the park, so you have to becareful. But inside this park you also can take so many magnificent pictures with a nice and gorgeous background behind you.

2. Bali Traditional Cemetery (Trunyan Village)

There is a village named Kintamani Trunyan and there the dead were buried in the open under a tree. The cemetery is also known as a gathering place for the leak.

3. Ho Tsai Fa Ship No. 18

This ship stranded in Padang-Padang in 2008. Even more sinister again, the ship was stranded without a captain and crew of a single person. The ship now been lifted, but the eerie atmosphere still haunt the area.

4. Airplane Abandoned

The aircraft is located close to the Pandavas, in a remote hill. Despite the mysterious atmosphere, people were happy to visit this place, and planned to build a restaurant there.

5. Temple Pemuteran Underwater 

This Temple is located under the sea, near the Pemuteran Village, it’s a nice dive spot and a bit scary too. But you will be surprise when you get under the sea. You can see the beautiful and wonderful temple.

6. Karangasem Temple

The temple is located in the village of Tista was never completed and people never know why. But people believe that there are spirits that guard the temple.

7. Goa Lawah (Goa Kelelawar)

Goa is filled with a lot of bats, even during the day though. Some say that this cave has a secret path towards Besakih, but this mystery has never been solved.

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Nusa Dua, was designed to be an ‘all-inclusive’ type of tourist destination. The pristine Bali Tourism Development Centre’s (BTDC’s) complex of world-class hotels, an up-market shopping complex with well-maintained facilities, a luxurious 18-hole golf course, white-golden sandy beaches and much more. The name Nusa Dua is derived from the two small islands to the east. Though it’s the most developed area in Bali, it still houses many temples, a museum, and lots of other attractions. And here are 10 attractions that you can choose for your holiday in Nusa Dua.

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Pura Goa Giri Putri (Cave Temple)

Goa Giri Putri, or the Princess Cave Temple, one of the most famous on the island. This temple is thought to be around one hundred years old. Many Hindus and some Buddhists from all over Indonesia come to Goa Giri Putri Temple to search for inner peace, to pray or to meditate.

A short walk up the stairs (which includes breathtaking vistas of the ocean) leads to the temple entrance. A small aperture in the rock opens up into a magnificent cave housing the temple. Walk through to the end and be rewarded with a view out the other side of the hill, you can choose this as your exit if you wish. Traditonal temple attire is required, don’t forget to bring your camera to captured an amazing moment.

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Pura Puncak Mundi

The Hill Temple, or Pura Puncak Mundi , is the highest point of Nusa Penida. The temple complex at the end of the road contains three main temples – Pura Beji, Pura Dalem, and Pura Puncak Mundi. In this area there is also a fairly broad Wantilan or resting area. The view, of course, is spectacular from up there you will enjoy the spectacular scenery.


Karang, Ampel and Tanglad (Weaving Villages)

Karang Ampel is a village that practices traditional weaving, specifically producing the type of weaved fabric known as rang-rang – a design only found in Nusa Penida. The weaving is done in a family group or community group based system – similar to what we would term a co-operative.

Tanglad is one of the weaving villages in Nusa Penida that can produce natural dyes and colours by using natural ingredients like wood, seeds, fruit and roots. The weaving produced here is one of the most famous designs in Bali, cepuk, and is in fact another native Penidian design.


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Climbing Mount Catur, The Highlands Of Bali

Hallo travelers, are you ready for another vacation in this month? Here let us give you some inspiration for your next experience, Mount Catur or sometimes spelled Catu  is a mount with a height of 2.096 meters the fourth-highest mountain in Bali. It lies to the east of Beratan Lake and  this is quite popular with climbers, despite the heavy forest that covers it. Mount Catur also called by the name of Mount Catu, but better known by the name of local people is Pucak Mangu.

Catur Mountain

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Surround The Magnificent Lake Temple In Bali.

Good afternoon traveler, hope you always have a great day, today we would like to give you an interesting place in Bali incase you were having a bad day, let’s check it out.


Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is a big water temple in Bali, the temple complex located end of Beratan lake in the mountains Candi kuning Village, Baturiti Region and Tabanan District, the distance from Denpasar to Bedugul approximately 56 km.

Ulun Danu Berantan temple is Located 1200 m above sea level, it has a cold tropical climate about 18-22 degrees celsius, and you will amaze because of the beautiful landscape and makes you feel comfortable.

The water temple also serve the entire region in the area and there are small temple near the specific to each irrigation. The Ulun Danu Beratan temple itself built in 1633 and Ulun Danu Beratan Temple is used for offerings ceremony to the Balinese rivers, or river goddess Dwi Danu.

Lake Beratan is known as the “Lake of Holy Mountain” due to the fertility of this area.

Ulun Danu Beratan consist of four temple, such as:

Lingga Petak Temple, Penataran Pucak Mangu, Terate Bang Temple and the last Dalem Purwa Temple which refers to worship Tri Murti (Bahma God, Wisnu God and Siwa God), Local people usually come to Ulun Danu Beratan Temple beg for grace of fertility, prosperity, well-being and for the balance of the universe.


Near Bedugul area itself has a lot of transportations, accommodations, restaurants and also souvenir shop, so you don’t need to be worry. Other than that, you also can go surround the lake by rent the boat from local people with your friend and family,then local people will bring you to surround the beautiful lake in Bedugul.

The Ulun Danu Beratan Temple also become more famous because the picture of it contained in 50.000 Rupiah banknotes. So do you interested with this magnificent view in Bali?