The cultural landscape of Bali consists of five rice terraces and their water temples that cover 19,500 ha. The temples are the focus of a cooperative water management system of canals and weirs, known as Subak, that dates back to the 9th century. Included in the landscape is the 18th-century Royal Water Temple of Pura Taman Ayun, the largest and most impressive architectural edifice of its type on the island. The Subak reflects the philosophical concept of Tri Hita Karana, which brings together the realms of the spirit, the human world and nature. This philosophy was born of the cultural exchange between Bali and India over the past 2,000 years and has shaped the landscape of Bali. The Subak system of democratic and egalitarian farming practices has enabled the Balinese to become the most prolific rice growers in the archipelago despite the challenge of supporting a dense population.
is a beautiful garden with fish pond surrounding the old building that is one of Karangasem Empire’s omissions which has the high artistic value and history. This area is generally used by all kings for resting because this place is fully designed with artistic value so that the king his family can found their relaxation, refresh and enjoyable. The old buildings are very beautiful and now it is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali. Meanwhile, it’s location in south part of Karangasem Regency and one of the heritage sites from Karangasem Empire. And also, when you go for east Bali trips, then this site is a compulsory to visit.
Kehen Temple is one of cultural heritage in Bali. kehen Temple is a beautiful Hindu temple located in foothills, south part of Bangli Regency as well as about 45 Km from Denpasar town. Inside of this temple are, there is Panyimpenan Temple building keep 3 inscriptions which is relating to its contents as well as temple existence. It is strategically located in the high land, so we can see the beautiful view. It is a famous temple in Bali and many visitors from foreign country visit this site. Bali Island has been well known as well as offers many places of interest throughout the island and Kehen Temple is one of them that you must visit.
Vihara Dharmayana Kuta
is one of the spiritual tourism objects, which is located on Blambangan Street, Kuta-Bali. This temples is one of nine Tridharma worship place that adore Tan Hu Cin Jin as the main Shing Bing This place not only be visited by the Chinese-Indonesian, is also a native indigenous inhabitants of Bali who are Buddhist and Hindu, especially because the war that has a close relationship with the Kingdom of Mengwi. Vihara Dharmayana Kuta has several inscriptions, 3 inscriptions with four temple pairs (tuilan) owned by this temple inscribed in 1876, 1879, and 1880. On August 7, 1982, this temple became one of the places that Tenzin Gyatso (14th Dalai Lama) visited on his international tour.In 1998 vihara dharmayana kuta getting more visited by Korean and Taiwanese tourist for praying until now.
We knew Bali has many popular destinations, from nature to the culture such as Kuta, Sanur, Tanah Lot and many more. But some tourists may will be bored if they heard them. Some tourists would need something new in Bali. Do you know if destination in Bali increasingly appear ? that’s right. Bali’s destinations are growing every time .So glad to have to know you the new destinations in Bali 2017. Let’s visit. Continue reading “The New Destinations in Bali 2017 –”
Bali is well known in all over the world with the beaches and around sceneries. Bali has so many white sandy beach that already famous and continuously visited by tourists. But white sandy beach seems like too mainstream nowadays. There are some black sandy beach in Bali. Here are the 3 wonderful black sandy beach in Bali. Continue reading “Beautiful Black Sandy Beach in Bali”
- Sundays Beach
Another private beach that easily falls into the ‘hidden’ category is the 165m stretch of sand below The Ungasan Clifftop Resort (formerly Semara Uluwatu) in Ungasan. A minimum deposit of IDR 250,000 applies for outside guests, later deducted for food and beverage purchases. Its only access is via a two-minute funicular ride down between two cliff walls. The sea here is swimmable and crystal clear. Here you can also enjoy Mediterranean cuisine under breezy, thatched-roof shades with ocean views served from the semi-open kitchen. The club’s beach is a great option for a laid-back day on a clean and quiet coast, with fun beach activities to keep you and your family or friends busy. Continue reading “5 Secret Beaches in Bali – Part 2”