Bali poses an island with domination of beautiful and exotic beaches. One of them is the Virgin Beach, a hidden paradise, located in Karangasem County in East Bali. This beach belongs to the one that has not been commonly explored by many travelers. This beach is even nicknamed ranging from the White Sandy Beach, Prasi Beach to Virgin Beach.
Yeh Malet is one of the tourist destinations or attractions in Karangasem. Yeh Malet is situated at Antiga village, Manggis subdistrict, approximately 33 km west of Amlapura. The attraction is equipped with a resting place for tourists passing through this area. Stalls are also available here. Travelers wishing to find out the nearby attractions and amenities available around the Karangasem County or brief information about Yeh Malet, please contact the local tourist information center.
Based on local folklore, the name Jemeluk is originated from the Balinese word menyeluk or seluk meaning the bay. This area is famous for its underwater attraction. Jemeluk is situated at Purwakerti village, Abang subdistrict - about 100 km from Denpasar or 21 km from Amlapura. Around this area visitors can find various tourist facilities like restaurants, hotels and food stalls. When wishing to see the panoramic sea view, it can be enjoyed from the stopover point. Coral reef of Jemeluk becomes the main attraction for visitors from around the world. Aside from the underwater panorama, we can also enjoy the beautiful scenery offered by the surrounding hills and valleys in combination with the charming vast sea.
The name of Bukit Jambul was given when the Dutch colonial coming to Indonesia. At that moment the tourist saw a high hill in the south way that related the Regency of Klungkung and Besakih. In the top of mountain, there is holy place named Puncak Sari Temple. Uniquely, the temple surrounded by many big trees. From the top of mountain, the visitor can see rice the beautiful panoramaof ricefield. The combination view of high hill and big trees make it named Bukit Jambul ( crest hill)
Tenganan Village or better known as Tenganan Pegringsingan is one of many ancient villages on the Island of Bali. Life pattern of the community reflects the culture and customs of Bali Aga (pre-Hindu) tradition being different from other villages in Bali.
On that account, Tenganan Village is developed into one of the objects and cultural tourist attractions. Tenganan Pegringsingan sits in the Manggis Subdistrict, about 17 km from Amlapura town—regency capital of Karangasem—5 km from Candidasa tourist resort, and about 65 km east of Denpasar. Another attraction owned by Tenganan Village is the Mekare-kare ritual tradition or better known as ‘pandanus war.’
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