- Tirtagangga Royal Bath
- Ujung Royal Palace
- Git-Git Waterfall
- Sekumpul Waterfalls
- Buddhist Tempel
- West Bali National Park
- Kintamani Volcano Crater Lake
- Bedugul Market
- Ulun Danu Temple
- Mountain Lakes – Bedugul
- Ponjok Batu Temple
- Air Sanih beach pools
- Rice terraces
Tirtagangga Royal Bath
The must-see Tirtagangga Royal Bath is located in East Bali close to Amlapura one of the most beautiful areas on Bali island. Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built here from the late 1940’s to the 1950’s by Gusti Gede Djelantik, heir to the former Kingdom of Karangasem. The Water Palace, the gardens, the huge koi fish and the spring fed swimming pools are worth the trip.
Ujung Royal Water Palace
which by the local people is called as Taman Soekasada Ujung, was built in 1919 the launching of this complex of water palace was performed in 1912 and inaugurated in 1921 by the King of Karangasem which at first used for resting place and for entertaining important guests such as kings or the Chief Executive foreigners who visited the kingdom of Karangasem. Tirtagangga and the Ujung Water Palace are only a few km 20 min. car drive) away from each other and worth to visit.
If you drive from Singaraja up the mountains to the beautiful lake temple Ulun Danu and the Bedugul fruit & spice market you will pass by at the Git-Git Waterfall just a 20 minute car drive out of Singaraja. It’s just your decision whether you visit the waterfall on your way up the mountains or on your way back!?
Touted as Bali’s most beautiful waterfall, ‘Sekumpul’ means ‘a collection of’ as it’s actually made up of several waterfalls in the same area from as high as 80m, nestled in a pristine jungle environment. The hike through lush rain forest to Sekumpul waterfalls is challenging. There are lots of stairs and you need to cross a river, so be prepared with comfortable walking shoes. If you are adventurous, strong and brave, the effort to get there will certainly pay off. This excursion is not recommended for those with respiratory, heart, joint or back problems. The Sekumpul Waterfall excursion should not be done during rainy season.
Buddhist Monastery and Temple, Brahmavihara Arama is Bali’s largest and also only Buddhist Temple – the Buddhist temple is situated in the hills above the village Banjar between Lovina and Serririt and offers nice views. It is still used, and you can find groups of people staying in the Ashram nearby. The Buddhist temple is not a tourist trap, entrance is free, but donations are welcome. Even the sarongs you may need to enter the temple, you can use for free.
West Bali National Park
The West Bali National Park and it’s attached Menjangan island are a special attraction. Boat trips to the close to the shore located Menjangan island are very popular either for snorkelers, divers or just for sightseeing.
Kintamani Volcano Crater Lake
The highest point you can reach on Bali island by car is Kintamani and it’s Volcano Crater Lake. Spectacular scenery – especially in the dry season from May to October – awaits you. Also the famous ancient village with it’s traditional “Bali Aga” people is located on the shores of the Lake Bratan.
A visit at the Bedugul Market is also a special experience. Endless variations of local fruits, vegetables, spices and wooden handicraft are on offer. The below mentioned Ulun Danu lake temple is only 2 km away!
Ulun Danu Lake Temple
The Ulun Danu Lake Temple is probably one of the most photographed sightseeing spots in entire Indonesia. The spectacular mountain lake scenery and the beautiful temple complex attracts tourist from all over the world.
Bali’s Mountain Lakes & Bedugul
Lake Tamblingan and Lake Bujan close to Bedugul and the Ulun Danu temple invite with there beautiful lush tropical forests for a long and exciting wander through Bali’s remote mountain nature.
Ponjok Batu Temple
The Ponjok Batu Temple is located on the shore of the Bali Sea close to Tejakula/North-East Bali, one of Bali’s seven sacred sea temples, said to ward off evil spirits coming in from the North East.
Air Sanih beach pools
This sea front sweet water pools are called Air Sanih and are very popular among the locals and tourists for refreshing. A small entree fee and you can enjoy a wonderful day with your kids.
Bali’s famous rice terraces
Bali’s rice terraces are worldwide famous because of their unique architecture and their beauty. We will show you on a map where you can find the most beautiful if you’re interested!?