Friendly Monkeys and huge nutmeg trees around the forest makes the holy Monkey forest Sangeh much more attractive and more beautiful. The Holy Monkey Forest, Sangeh, and 14 hectares homogeneous Pala (nutmeg) forest, in habited by hundreds of tame monkeys. The trees cannot be found on any other part of Bali and their existence in this village remains a mystery.
This is the biggest and the first monkey forest introduced as a tourism resort in Bali. The high Pala trees shade a mossy temple of Bukit Sari amidst the forest. It is a Hindu temple heritage by Mengwi Kingdom, which was build, in the 17th century.
Tukad Bangkung Bridge located on Petang village in Badung district. This bridge is the longest bridge in Bali and connect 2 district such as Badung and Bangli In this bridge we can see beautiful mountain view and very fresh air. On Galungan and Kuningan day, this bridge usually crowded by people who want to make a picnic with their family or see the view.
Puncak Mangu Temple belongs to Kahyangan Jagat Temple with 2 function as Catur Loka Pala Temple and Padma Bhuwana Temple. Puncak Mangu has 2 penataran temples; Penataran Temple at Ulun Danu Beratan at Tabanan Regency and Penataran at Tinggan Village, Badung Regency. Penataran Tinggan Temple is located at Tinggan Village, Petang subdistrict, Badung Regency was built in saka 1752 or 1830 by Cokorda Nyoman Mayun.Annual ritual ceremony is "Ngebekin" ceremony.
This ceremony has the aim to worship God in his manifestation as God Sangkara to ask for His blessing for good crops especially rice.Tukad Bangkung Bridge Tukad Bangkung Bridge located on Petang village in Badung district. This bridge is the longest bridge in Bali and connect 2 district such as Badung and Bangli. In this bridge we can see beautiful mountain view and very fresh air. On Galungan and Kuningan day, this bridge usually crowded by people who want to make a picnic with their family or see the view.
Keraban Langit Temple is located in the Village Sading, Mengwi District, Badung regency, Bali. Distance to the temple is about 13 km from Denpasar, Bali and about 35 minutes away by a motor vehicle from Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport.Keraban Langit Temple located at the area at the edge of rice fields precisely the riverbank.
This temple is Dang Khayangan Temple. When the day of the offering or the birthday of the god
(pujawali), village communities in the area constantly do cleansing in this temple. In this temple there is a spring of holy water that is believed to bring blessings. Besides, the temple is often used as a place for meditation. God worshiped in this temple is Lord Vishnu, Quenn Gede Lingsir, Queen Ayu and Queen Made.
On certain days like Saraswati day and Siwalatri day, many tourists who visit here to worship and meditate wish that their expectations and desires can be achieved.Keraban Langit Temple are in a cave. Upon entering the temple area, we will reach the middle of the cave where it is cool, fresh and peaceful.
This is due at the top of the cave there is a hole so as to make fresh air and sun can enter inside and make a prayer or meditation to feel comfortable and at home. This temple called Pura Keraban Langit, where Kerep means tedung (roof) and the Langit means the sky so if you have the sense described temple open to the sky. Keraban Langit Temple was built in ancient times, the temple has existed since the time of Udayana Kingdom. This is explained in the inscription on the Pura Puseh Desa Adat Sading.
Batu Mejan beach (Echo Beach) located on Canggu Village in Badung district. We can reach the beach about 14 Km from Denpasar and about 48 minutes from Ngurah Rai international Airport.Echo beach have a giant rock and flat sand. This beach is near from Canggu beach and on the same beach line with Kuta and Legian. In this beach, visitor can get relax while do sun bathing, surfing even see the sunset in the afternoon.
Seseh beach located on Munggu Village in Badung district. Seseh beach located about 15 Km from Denpasar and about 55 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport.Seseh beach have black sand and great view. This beach is not crowded like Kuta and Legian. Before we reach the beach, along the road we can see green rice field. In this beach we can do activity like surfing and kite surfing and see the sunset in the afternoon.For the people around the beach, they usually use the beach for religion activity like Melasti and Melarung Bumi.
Pasar Seni Kuta (Kuta Art Market) is located between Kuta Square on Kartika Plaza street and the beach. Its quite a large area and has rows of stalls, selling the same stuff you’ll find all over Kuta. The idea ‘if it works for your neighbor, copy it’, has been fully blown out in this neighborhood and most people are twiddling their thumbs, due to the downturn in tourism.
Wandering the art market today I did see some wooden clocks, that were in the shape of a giant wrist watch, quite clever. There were hanging Jesus’s, picture carvings with elephants, 4ft long carved lizards painted in Aboriginal motifs, Hawaiian shirts, baseball hats, surf shorts, Bintang t-shirts and mess-topped bamboo food dishes.
It costs nothing to browse a pasar seni, and if you don’t want to but just say, “Saya lihat-lihat saja.” (I’m only looking). Pasar seni is open from 9-10am and closed at 7pm-8pm.
Berawa beach located in banjar Berawa in Canggu village.This beach not much different with the other famous beach like Kuta and Legian that has white sand and great wave. Here we can do watersport activity like surfing and wind surfing and also a good place to get relax because here more quite than other beach. In the afternoon, we can see a great sunset view while we swim on the beach.
Imagining a society that lives peacefully at the corner of a beautiful island in the world is very enchanting. Moreover, it is truly far away from the hustles and bustles of a big city. People will definitely live in peace alongside the white sandy beach with a sparkle of light reflected on the water of quiet lagoon.
Up to this moment, such beautiful scenery remains to have not been disturbed. Even, the buildings established in Balinese architecture are still well maintained. They indicate the harmonious characteristic of the Island of Bali.
This monument was built to remind us of a terrible incident, namely the bomb blast in Kuta Bali on Saturday night October 12, 2002 on Jalan Legian Kuta. It caused death toll as many as 202 people from 22 countries and 324 people suffered from serious injuries and wounds.
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