This tourism area feels so cool that it blends harmoniously with the existence of baths that offer the warmth of a place of therapy for its visitors. There is also a small waterfall next to the hot spring. So visiting this Angseri hot spring natural recreation area, you will get a complete tourist experience, complementing your holiday activities on the island of the Gods.
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Bedugul Traditional Market or what is usually called the Gunung Bedugul Temple Market Bali is the name of a traditional fruit and vegetable market which is located in the mountainous area of Bedugul, Kab. Tabanan, Bali. You can use this market as a tourist destination in Bali if you want to experience a slightly different tourist sensation.
Its strategic location and on the edge of the Denpasar – Singaraja highway makes Bedugul Traditional Market visited by many foreign tourists and local residents who pass through it. The vegetables and fruits displayed in the market look very fresh because they are supplied directly from the surrounding agricultural areas.
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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 Hindu gods. The backdrop of the Bedugul mountains makes this a picturesque site of religious worship.
Bedugul Botanical Gardens is one of the protected forests in Bali, which functions as the lungs of the air. Bedugul Botanical Gardens tourist attractions, the air is very cool and very suitable for a family picnic.Bedugul Botanical Gardens, has an area of 157.5 hectares and the largest in Indonesia.
Bedugul Botanical Gardens, located at an altitude of 1,240 meters above sea level, because of its location in the highlands makes the Bali Botanical Garden tourism object in Bedugul Tabanan always cold and foggy.
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Mount Abang is the third highest peak in Bali, with a height of 2,152 meters above sea level.As a climbing tourist attraction, the mountain which is opposite Mount Batur is safe to climb, because this volcano is no longer active. To climb to the top, it only takes about three to four hours.Part of the Mount Batur caldera that was created by a violent eruption, Mount Abang is located in Abangsongan Village, Kintamani District, Bangli Regency.A very beautiful climbing place, panoramic views of the mountains are still beautiful, there is a temple that is used as a place of worship for Hindus, and can see Lake and Mount Batur and a place to see Sunrise.
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One of the tourist spots in Bali that is now starting to be glimpsed by travelers is the charm of the pine forest. One of the pine forests in Bali that we can visit is the pine forest in Suter Village. The village which is included as one of the tourist villages in Bangli has a pine forest which is a protected forest with a green, beautiful and beautiful atmosphere. In addition, from this village we can see a very beautiful view of Lake Batur and Mount Batur from a height.
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Kutuh Village is a village located in Kintamani District, Bangli Regency. This village is one of the remote villages which is located on the border of Bangli Regency and Buleleng Regency, which is east of Madenan Village. Kutuh village is located in the mountainous area of Kintamani and has a tourist attraction, namely a waterfall.
To go to the location of the waterfall can be reached via a path that is approximately 3 km long from Kutuh Village. The existence of this waterfall is still maintained its naturalness because it has not been visited by many foreign and local tourists. To get to the location of the waterfall, we will take a path through the mountains of Kutuh Village, where we will be spoiled by the beauty of the panorama around which is still beautiful.
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Love Bali Application as the Implementation of Bali Province Regional Regulation Number 6 of 2023 concerning Levy for Foreign Tourists for the Protection of Balinese Culture and Natural Environment.