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Uluwatu, Jimbaran Tour

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US$40/car - Visits: Uluwatu, Jimbaran with Set Menu Dinner included. (Half Day Tour)

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Wed, 29 Oct 2014 @12:26

Gunung Kawi Sebatu

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Gunung Kawi Sebatu temple isn't a large temple - its located around 40 kilometers from the main city Denpasar or only 20 minutes drive north of Ubud. Gunung Kawi Sebatu is one of Bali's prettiest temples - it is a quiet temple to which surroundings were enclosed by the forest.

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Sat, 26 Apr 2014 @18:22

Penulisan Temple

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The main road continues its ascent to a hillside in the clouds where, symbol of modern civilization, Bali's television aerial, claims its high-tech place beside the long fligh of steps rising to the mountain sanctuary of Pura Tegeh Koripan. The highest temple in Bali at 1,745 meters, Pura Tegeh Koripan is actually a complex of temples at which a circle of surrounding villages worship. The sparsely adorned bales shelter lines of fine statues; portraits 1 of Balinese kings, queens and divinities; and linggas.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:19

Rambut Siwi Temple

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Rambut Siwi Temple is the most important temple in Jembrana which lies about 20 km west of the Tabanan border by the village of Yeh Embang. Its entrance is marked by a smalll shrine at the edge of the road, where Balinese travelers stop briefly to pray for safety in their journey. Two hundred meters from the main road lies the main temple complex, perched on a cliff at the edge of the ocean.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:16

Sakenan Temple

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Sakenan temple located in island it called Serangan Island is dang Kahyangan Temple . Serangan Island has large land more less 1.119 Km2 which located at the top of south east of Bali Island which means the District Administrative Area of Serangan, Sub District of South Denpasar, Denpasar Municipal Region Level II.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:08

Uluwatu Temple

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Uluwatu temple is a temple on a cliff aboeve Indian Ocean. To witness the vast wide the Indian Ocean accompanied by bunch of noughty monkeys makes the temple is a must to visit.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:07

Pulaki Temple

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Pulaki Temple lies some 30 km past Seririt on the coast, Pura Pulaki is located in unusual terrain - a rock-face rises perpendicularly on the left-hand side of the road while the glimering Ocean laps the right-hand side. Pulaki, the home of monkeys who have a reputation for snatching bags and cameras, has recently undergone restoration and extension. The temple has a fascinating history that is linked to to the legendary personage of Nirartha a Javanese priest who migrated to Bali in the 16th century. It is told that prior to his arrival a village of 8000 people existed here. When Nirartha visited, the village leader requested a boon that Nirartha granted: the entire village was to be given supernatural knowledge that would enable it to attain an immaterial state.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @15:05

Besakih Temple

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Besakih Temple located at Karangasem Regency, eastcoast Bali. A climb north, through the astonishing landscapes of Bukit Jambul, ascends over 900 meters up the slopes of Gunung Agung to Pura Besakih, the holiest of all temples in Bali. It originated most probably as a prehistoric terraced sanctuary where worship and offerings were made to the god of Gunung Agung, the dominant landscape element in the Balinese world. Over a thousand years and more, it was enlarged and added to until it grew into the present complex of about 30 temples.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:41

Goa Lawah Temple

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Goa Lawah, as the name indicates the meaning the bat cave Goa Lawah is the home of thousands of bats, hanging on the upper surface of the cave during the days and leaving their abode during the nights. Nobody knows precisely when the cave was found except, maybe, the ancestors of the bats. The cave is considered as holy, so the locals built a temple on its front yard. If hearsay is to be believed there is a hole extending back to the base of mount Agung but who wants to prove that?

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:39

Penataran Sasih Temple

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Penataran Sasih Temple
There are no great ruins here or ancient palaces. The remains of the old kingdom are mostly statues kept in many temples. One of the most impressive antiquities in Indonesia, however, is the monumental bronze drum called the "Moon of Pejeng", loftily enshrined upon a high pavilion in the Pura Penataran Sasih. It is a thousand years older than the Pejeng kingdom, for it survives from the Bronze Age in Indonesia which began about 300 B.c.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:38

Tirta Empul Temple

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Tirta Empul Temple is the real name of the temple and its water springs. But more peole prefer calling it Tampaksiring. According to the legend of the local, this spring was created when the Lord of Heaven Indra had to fight against a demon King Maya Denawa. And his blow the pierced earth then created the springs. The spring of Tirta empul are believed to be sacred, so it is not allowed for the people to bathe there. But in the lower part of the temple there are several both places for bathing. According to stone document that read by DR. Stut Berheim this temple was built in 960 AD.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:34

Pusering Jagat Temple

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Puserin Jagat Temple
This area was also once considered the navel of the world and there is a temple bearing this name, the Pura Pusering Jagat in Pejeng. It contains several interesting Hindu antiquities, probably dating from the 14th century, which are now placed in shrines. Click here for more informations

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:33

Gunung Kawi Temple

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Gunung Kawi Temple is located in the village of Tampaksiring not so far from Tampaksiring market. Before arriving to this object we must go down a lot of step stairways. The object itself is after the river of Pakerisan. Gunung Kawi is an ancient monument that was made on the 11th century. The ancient monument was carved on the wall of hard stone. It is believed as the burial of Erlangga King's younger brother whose name is Anak Wungsu. It is sometimes considered as the burial of King's Prime minister and by the local people is considered as priest house on that age.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:32

Goa Gajah Temple

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Goa Gajah
A short distance from Bedulu stands the mysterious Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave. A fantastically carved entrance depicts entangling leaves, rocks, animals, ocean waves and demonic human shapes running from the gaping mouth which forms the entrance to the cave.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @14:31

Ulun Danu Temple

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Ulun Danu Temple, on the western shore of the lake, dramatic Pura Ulun Danu Bratan projects into the water. This is the temple of the lake goddes who is much revered as a source of fertility. Built by the king of Mengwi in 1633. it consists of four compounds, the two outermost of which are completely surrounded by water.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @13:41

Batur Temple

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Batur temple or commonly called Ulun Danu Temple is situated at 900 meters above sea level of Kalanganyar, Batur village, Kintamani District on the eastern side of the main road leading to Denpasar or Singaraja Via Bangli.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @13:37

Taman Ayun Temple

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Taman Ayun Temple located in Mengwi and was the area of royal temple which is built in the year 1634, the temple consists of a forecourt, a central court and a spacious inner court. A lake of lotus surrounds the area of the temple, about 300 meters in the side of Mengwi Palace. Beyond the moat, the temple lies on slightly rising ground.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @13:10

Tanah Lot Temple

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Tanah Lot temple was built in the 16th century by a priest from Majapahit. Its rituals include the paying of homage to the guardian spirits of the sea. The temple sanctuary is built a top a huge rock which is surrounded by the sea. Poisonous but peaceful sea snakes, which has white and black colors, found at the base of the rocky island are believed to guard the temple from evil spirits and intruder. It is also a fantastic place to view beautiful sunsets. Every day at dusk, tourists throng the area to witness the magnificent silhouette of the temple against the glowing horizon. The best view is from the cliff overlooking the temple. The beach around Tanah Lot is great for horse riding and watching dramatic sunsets, but not for safe swimming.

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Tue, 24 Jul 2012 @13:08

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