Serokadan customary village, Apuan, Susut, is not only famous for its natural and pristine potential. The area adjacent to Apuan village also has a cultural heritage in the form of Candri Manik Temple and a number of the other arts remaining to survive am
Evidently Gianyar district is rich in nature tourism like waterfall. Currently, this region has three waterfalls. After the Tegenungan and Kantolampo, Gianyar community now has Goa Rang Reng waterfall. It is located at Gitgit hamlet, Bakbakan or about 30 kilometers east of Denpasar.
There is a new tourist attraction in Gianyar named Wasan Temple. It is a historical site recently discovered. Wasan site complex is estimated to originate from the thirteenth to fourteenth centuries based on the style of the statue found. It is situated at Belahtanah hamlet, Batuan Kaler, Sukawati, Gianyar, or about 16 km from Denpasar.
Jero Mangku Wayan Lasiaja said that the location of the Wasan temple is at the Puseh Temple of Wasan, so that when going into the temple area must pass through the split gates (candi bentar). Wasan temple is situated in the middle of paddy field area of Subak Wasan. “In the past, all the heritage sites are buried in the ground. Then, it was dug and studied from 1996 to 2006. Finally it could find archaeological heritages such as temple made of arranged rocks and a pond,” he said.
Have you been to Hidden Canyon Bali? This tourist attraction is quite unique and the only one in Bali. Young people in particular like this because it has a hidden secret that can only be read by imagination. Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang or just Hidden Canyon Bali is located in the Beji River close to the Dalem Temple of Guwang village, Sukawati, Gianyar.
If you are visiting the District of Gianyar, try to stop by the Kantolampo waterfalls. This new tourist destination, known for its cool microclimate and positive aura is located in The Kelod Kangin Hamlet of Beng Village about 1 Km north of the city of Giannyar (5 km from Ubud and 28 Km from Denpasar). The Kantolampo waterfalls are considered to be a sacred place that is used by people from the local temples for purification rites. The river water is refreshingly cool and the lush vegetation, shade giving trees and wildlife bring peace to the soul.
Sumita village in Gianyar, is famous for its wood carving products. Local carvers have a lot of imagination that makes their products very distinctive with their motifs often consisting of small reliefs. Their floral ornamentatin is soft and alive. It is no surprise that people form all over Bali, Indonesia and the world, often order their wood carvings.
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