Places to Visit:
Taman Ayun is one of the unique Balinese temples featured by water around the main temple. This temple was built by king of Mengwi, named I Gusti Agung Putu in 1556. He built this temple to respect his ancestors. Inside, you will see layer of Merus that make this temple more beautiful. Based on its name, Taman means “garden” and Ayun means “beautiful“, so Taman Ayun Temple means a temple surrounded by beautiful garden and water (Ticket Price: IDR 20.000).
Git-Git Waterfall is a waterfall located right in the countryside of northern part Bali. It has beautiful view and considered as the 2nd highest waterfall in Bali. It takes about 15 minutes walk from parking to reach this waterfall. After seeing the first waterfall, you also can see the second waterfall after walking a few minutes more. Green environment and well-maintained waterfall make you want to stay longer here (Ticket Price: IDR 10.000).
Ulun Danu Temple is a water temple located on the shores of Lake Beratan in the mountains near Bedugul. Built in 1663, this temple is dedicated to Goddess of river and lake named Goddess Danu or Dewi Danu. This lake is well known as the lake of Holy mountain due to the fertility of this area that has a cold tropical climate. Locals believe this lake can water their farming, for this lake is the center of water source (Ticket Price: IDR 50.000).
A UNESCO World Heritage Site that is famous for its landscapes that are both dramatic and truly exotic. This cultural landscape heritage site in Tabanan is one of the island’s must-see natural panoramas. Jatiluwih green land comprises over 600 Ha of rice fields that follow the flowing hillside topography of Batukaru mountain range (Ticket Price: IDR 35.000)
Tanah Lot Temple is a temple located on the ocean where Balinese Hindus believe this temple is part of Sad Kahyangan temple or one of the six major temples in Bali. This temple was built by Danghyang Nirartha in the 16th century. In the evening this temple will be more beautiful when the sun goes down. Besides, there is also a small cave where people usually do purification before they pray in the temple. So, don’t forget to bring you camera to snap pictures with sunset (Ticket Price IDR 60.000).
Bedugul and Tanah Lot Tour Gallery: