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Lake Buyan and Tamblingan

Danau Buyan dan TamblinganLake Buyan and Tamblingan, both these lakes have an appeal that is very fascinating. The tourists can feel the authenticity of this natural places. Located in the District Sukasada, approximately 21 miles South of Singaraja City. Lake Buyan is one of three twin lakes formed within a large caldera. This lake is flanked by two other lakes, namely Lake Tamblingan in the west and in the east of Lake Beratan. Buyan Lake is the largest of the three. Among the Lakes Buyan and Tamblingan separated by forests along approximately one mile. There is a pool that is connected directly to the lake Buyan through a narrow channel called Telaga Aya. The cool weather surrounded by mountains that completely green, quiet and comfortable atmosphere.

 
 

Sembiran Village

Desa SembiranSembiran village is the oldest village originating in the megalithic century located on the hills in the Tejakula subdistrict or about 30 km east of the town of Singaraja. Once entering the front side of the village, the whole house is designed in such a way towering upwards to follow the contours of the hill that looks very enchanting. Although the technological advances have been spreading to the village life, the traditional life such as language, culture and ceremonies remains visible at this village. A number of international archaeologists have been taking the time to visit this ancient village.

 
 

Sembiran Village

Desa SembiranSembiran village is the oldest village originating in the megalithic century located on the hills in the Tejakula subdistrict or about 30 km east of the town of Singaraja. Once entering the front side of the village, the whole house is designed in such a way towering upwards to follow the contours of the hill that looks very enchanting. Although the technological advances have been spreading to the village life, the traditional life such as language, culture and ceremonies remains visible at this village. A number of international archaeologists have been taking the time to visit this ancient village.

 
 

Brahma Buddhist Monastery

brahma budha viharaIt 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.

 
 

Beji Temple

Pura beji SangsitThis 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.

 
 

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