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Northeast of Ubud, Bali lies the Pura Gunung Kawi temple, a site of Buddhist and Hindu religious rituals. Known for the 10 seven-metre-high shrines carved into stone, Gunung Kawi is believed to belong to 11th-century Udayana dynasty. The temple overlooks the Pakerisan river and is a unique cultural...
Sprawled across the district of Penebel of Tabanan in West Bali, the picturesque Jatiluwih rice fields are widely renowned for their exotic landscapes. The name ‘Jatiluwih’ comes from two distinct words – ‘Jati’, which translates to ‘real’ or ‘original...
Penglipuran is one of the traditional villages of Bangli Regency, Bali Province. This village is famous as one of the tourist destinations in Bali because of its people who still carry out and preserve traditional Balinese culture in their daily lives. The architecture of the building and land manag...
Sitting at the edge of a magnificent cliff, this awe-inspiring temple has more cultural value than meets the eye. As a tourist you get to learn about the local customs on your visit, with traditional dance and drama performances taking place at sunset.
Kelingking Beach located at Nusa Penida Island, the isolated island with white sandy, clear blue sea is surrounded by headland and steep cliff. This exotic beach makes tourist willing to queue until one hour for taking a picture. In addition to its exotic, there are some facts about Kelingking beach...
Japanese Cave in Banjarangkan, Klungkung is one of Japanese legacy colonial in Bali. Japanese colonialist in Indonesia is actually abandoning historical trails namely cave or bunker which is formed by Japanese military as protection place for attacking enemies. Now days, Japanese cave is properly pr...
Intricate of Klungkung Kingdom was established in 1686 by the first holder of power namely Ida I Dewa AgungLambe, however, almost the whole building of Klungkung Kingdom had destroyed because Dutch colonial invasion in 1908. There were three buildings from intricate of Klungkung Kingdom still remai...
Tanah Lot tourist attraction is located in sub-province of Tabanan, precisely in countryside of Beraban, district of Kediri, sub-province of Tabanan. Tanah Lot tourist attraction visited by one million of domestic and foreign tourist every year, so that Tanah Lot becoming one of the tourism icon in...
Situated west of Lake Bratan in Bedugul, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a 17th-century temple dedicated to the Hindu trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva. Surrounded by the lake which gives it a 'floating' appearance, the temple is constructed in traditional Balinese style with tiered shrines to honour the Hind...
A two-hour hike up the mountain will bring you to the island’s best spot for basking in the sunshine’s first rays. Watch the sunrise with Mount Abang and Batur Lake in the background. Highly Instagrammable. Cover of this content picture by Alexandra K on Unsplash