It is located at Banjar Tegeha village, 18 km to the west of Singaraja and 2 km south of Singaraja-Seririt highway. This temple is perched at the foot of the hill overlooking the sea. The Brahma Arama Buddhist Monastery is the largest Buddhist temple in Bali. It spreads across a quite extensive area. From this place, visitors can see the beautiful view of the North Bali Sea stretching from the east to the west because it is located in on a hilly area. On that account, this Buddhist temple has a remarkable attraction for both foreign and domestic tourists. The impressive monument resembling a large temple bell was donated by Thailand while the panels depict the story of Buddha, and Buddha statue. This monastery can provide an ideal destination for those seeking an appropriate venue for meditation.
This temple is located at Sangsit village, Sawan subdistrict, approximately 8 km east of the town of Singaraja and about 500 meters to the road leading to the beach. The temple owned by local subak members of the village lies in the middle of the rice field of Sangsit village. Attraction of the temple is that nearly all parts of the temple are decorated by carving of Buleleng style in the shape of vines and floral motifs belonging to characteristic of North Bali.
Sambangan, a village perching on a green hill in the subdistrict of Sukasada, is 6 only km from the town of Singaraja. It is located adjacent to Ambengan village only separated by a fairly wide ravine. On that account, both villages geographically do not have remarkable differences. Aside from surrounded by dazzling terraced rice fields, this village also has the potential of waterfall and dam being perfect for trekking and ecotourism as well as meditation because it has many places offering the peace of mind. For those who want to remember the past time by bathing in the river, this village has many natural pools along the river with clean water.
Lovina is situated in the northern coast of Bali, approximately 10 km west of Singaraja. Lovina Beach lies at Kalibukbuk village, Buleleng County. Its black sandy beach remains pristine, so it is interesting to visit. It has been very famous for the location to watch the attraction of wild dolphins at their native habitat. You can immediately see the funny behavior and friendly dolphins live in the middle of the sea. There live hundreds of dolphins. At the location, you can also dive or snorkel to enjoy the beauty of the sea on the beach. Another attraction to see is a variety of friendly enough ornamental fish usually liking to approach divers. Meanwhile, there are a variety of shells on the beach.
Pemuteran is located at the west coastal area of the Island of Bali or approximately 55 km west of Singaraja and 30 km from Gilimanuk. It lies between the cluster of hills and sea causing this village to have a very exotic panorama. Pemuteran Beach is a perfect tourist attraction for travelers favoring a quiet place and being away from the hustles and bustles.
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