5 Best Attractions in Candidasa Bali – Park 2

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  1. Goa Lawah Temple

Goa Lawah  the ‘bat cave’ temple of Bali  is unique and mysterious, featuring a temple complex that was built around a cave opening home to hordes of bats. The 11th century temple is one of the first landmarks that you will encounter along your way to the eastern region before entering Candidasa. Locals on pilgrimages to Besakih Temple in the Karangasem regency generally make their mid-journey stop here for brief prayers. The outer perimeter features majestic temple gates and tall shrines, while the main cave opening is loud with chirping bats even in broad daylight. Goa Lawah temple is located at Jalan Raya Goa Lawah, Pesinggahan Village, Dawan District, Klungkung.  Continue reading “5 Best Attractions in Candidasa Bali – Park 2”

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5 Best Attractions in Candidasa Bali – Park 2

5 Best Attraction in Candidasa Bali – Part 1

 

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  1. Tenganan Village

A visit here lets you take a closer look into the old Balinese village life. One of the oldest villages on the island, Tenganan Pegringsingan, or Tenganan for short, is within only a 15-minute drive uphill north of the main Candidasa area. The Bali Aga (original Balinese) village is well-preserved and predates the arrival of the Majapahit kingdom to Bali. One of the most unique attractions here includes the namesake ancient textile produced here, namely the double-weave ikat cloth called Geringsing, which is believed to have mystical value. Another highlight is the Perang Pandan battles, which involves village boys coming of age engaging in friendly but bloody matches using woven thorny pandans as swords. The battles take place around a village temple anniversary, usually around the Gregorian months of June and July. Tenganan Village is located at Jalan Raya Nyuh Tebel, Tenganan Village,Karangasem. Continue reading “5 Best Attraction in Candidasa Bali – Part 1”

5 Best Attraction in Candidasa Bali – Part 1

Beautiful Sunset in Baluk Rening Beach

Untitled-2-baluk.jpgIt is not much visited by tourists like in Sanur, Nusa Dua or Kuta, yet has its own uniqueness Baluk Rening. From Ngurah Rai International airport spend time around 3 hours. Baluk Rening located in Baluk village, Negara district, Jembrana regency, Bali.  Baluk Rening Beach is one beach in Jembrana regency visited by domestic tourists and foreign tourists. Black sandy beach is quite nice and the rhythm of the waves are not so big. But quite enjoyable in the morning or late afternoon to see the sunset, with background mountains in East Java.

Untitled-3-balukSightseeing is also very attractive beach with a cliff cliffs coast high enough so that adds a very beautiful panorama in the South. Adequate facilities and restaurant good hotel has standard for tourists country. A visit to the beach is not only able to pamper your eyes and relaxes the mind, but can also treat a variety of ailments such as rheumatism and gout. Yeah right, the sand Gritty Rening believed could cure diseases especially those mentioned above by means of piles and Submerse the sea water all over the body.

Domestic tourists, especially those that come from Java island with driving a car, can travel to the attractions of Baluk Rening, to try the benefits of sea water and sand can try healing a supposedly some of the disease. Of course to come there, should be on the day or morning. The location of this tourist attraction, located about four kilometers south of the main streets of Denpasar Gilimanuk, southwards from 5 kilometers to the West of the country.

Some restaurants have been around in the Baluk Rening is that you can visit when hunger ambush. There is also a budget Hotel that has dozens of rooms in case there are tourists who intended to spend the night on the beach.

 

 

Beautiful Sunset in Baluk Rening Beach

Delod Berawah Beach with Mermaid Statue

Untitled-2-dlod.jpgWest of Bali area have many beautiful beaches and many temples. Now, I would like to tell you about beach  in Jembrana regency.  Delod Berawah beach can easily be reached from sub district of Delod Berawah village, Mendoyo district, Jembrana regency, Bali. From Denpasar city around 88 km and from Ngurah Rai International airport spend time around 3,5 hours.  From Denpasar city and Singaraja regency spend time around 3 hours and from Tabanan regency spend time around 1,5 hours.

Untitled-4-dlod.jpgIt is about 1,5 km to the south from Tegal Cangkring through extensive rice field often visited by flock of herons and storks. Delod Berawah beach is a sloping, black sandy beach, and ideal location for recreation and swimming. The black color comes from the natural process, especially the swampy (called Berawah in Balinese) area nearby. So then, the people who live on the north side called the newly formed village Delod Berawah south of the swampy area. On the north side of the Delod Berawah Beach is a former rice field where traditional water buffalo race called Makepung is regularly held. This is such an attraction only to be found in Jembrana.

Untitled-3-dlod.jpgTo support tourism activities on the beach Delod Berawah beach Jembrana district government already provides facilities-public facilities such as a large parking area, a sitting area to enjoy the beauty of the beach, dining, and lodging. In addition, the local government also provides sea water swimming pool is located on the waterfront called Tirta Ocean Recreation Park Delod Brawah. To swim in this pool you will be charged the entrance fee of  IDR 5.000 for adults and for children charged IDR 3.000.

Crowd around the beach Delod Brawah beach not only occur during the day, even at night around the beach is decorated with sparkling lights and the sound of music fused with waves coming from the night entertainment places that are around the coast. In addition to beach tourism Delod Berawah Beach, Jembrana district also has other interesting sights such as Yeh Leh Beach, Park City Pecangakan, Benel Dams and Dam Palasari. Please take your time to visit the attraction.

 

Delod Berawah Beach with Mermaid Statue

The Road of The Mighty Tree

You’re know Bunut Bolong ? what it is Bunut Bolong ? Bunut Bolong is a sacred and unique tree that is located in Manggisari village, Negara district and 11 km to the north from the main Denpasar – Gilimanuk road, 86 km from Denpasar. From Ngurah Rai International airport spend time around 2 hours 50 minutes. Continue reading “The Road of The Mighty Tree”

The Road of The Mighty Tree

Stone Carvings of Hindu Gods

Bali have many unique stones carvings. One of which is Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave. Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’ is an archaeological site of significant historical value that makes it a special place to visit. Located on the cool western edge of Bedulu Village, six kilometers out of central Ubud, you do not need more than an hour to descend to its relic-filled courtyard and view the rock-wall carvings, a central meditation cave, bathing pools and fountains. From Ngurah Rai International Airport spend time around 1 hour 30 minutes. Continue reading “Stone Carvings of Hindu Gods”

Stone Carvings of Hindu Gods