This bamboo forest spreads across an area of about 45 hectares and is used as a water catchment area. Here you will see thousands of towering bamboo trees forming a canopy. When blown by the wind, thousands of the bamboos will rub against each other causing a distinctive sound. In addition, the air here also feels very refreshing.
Puncak Penulisan Temple sits at Sukawana village, Kintamani subdistrict, Bangli County, with an altitude of 1,745 meters above sea level. It is dedicated to the worship of Lord Shiva denoting the manifestation of God Almighty. This temple retains many relics originating in the Megalithic period until the entry of Hindu civilization to Bali. Shape of the temple building applies two concepts namely the pre-historic concept being clearly visible from the multi-storey structure. Secondly, the temple building consists of 7 levels where the first and second level is connected by stairs. While on the third level stand the Dana Temple and Taman Dana Temple, Ratu Penyarikan Temple (fourth level), Ratu Dahatua Temple (sixth level). Ultimately, on the seventh level sits a worshipping place of Pengaruman, Piyasan, and Chamber as a place to store the ancient objects. Allegedly, construction of the temple is begun in 300 AD (Bronze Age) and resumed in the tenth century until the end of the Majapahit era in 1343 AD.
Pantunan Valley is situated at Bang Sidem village, Tembuku subdistrict, Bangli County. It poses an overlay of rice field perching right in the bottom of a small hill whose beauty is not inferior to Ceking attraction in Gianyar. The word Pantunan in Pantunan Valley is derived from pantun meaning rice. So, Pantunan Valley is the valley presenting the rice plant attraction. Naturalness of the Pantunan Valley seems to have become an extra allure for travelers so that they make the Valley Pantunan a favorite place to visit. In addition to rice plant, the valley also has several springs with different functions. One of them is the Sudamala spring commonly used by local communities for Pelukatan (self-purification).
Kintamani tourist area in Bangli County is not only famous for its beautiful mountain and lake scenery. This destination also offers a natural hot spring located in the mountainous shore of Lake Batur. Aside from being used for recreation, the natural hot spring of Mount Batur is also believed to have medicinal properties for curing diseases, especially skin diseases. This natural s hot spring is located in the area of Toyabungkah, Batur village, Bangli County.
Batukaang village is situated on an altitude of around 1,150 meters above sea level. It has features of exotic natural attractions as well as cool air. At this village, there is coffee plantation spreading like a tapestry on the mountains. When flowering, the coffee plants will exude nice fragrance so that it adds the coolness and excitement in the journey to this village.
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