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21 / 09 / 2017
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Tirta Empul Temple is regarded as one of six most important temples in Bali. The popular holy springs are believed having magical powers. The spring bubble up into a large tank and gush out through waterspouts into a bathing pool.
Penataran Temple in Bali is famous because of the big bronze drum of 186,5 cm high with diameter of 160 cm. This drum derived from pre-Hindu time and also known as "a moon" of Pejeng.
Pura Goa Lawah, the Bat Cave Temple, is one of the favorite places of interest in Bali. The cave is a home for thousands of bats, and according to the legend, a giant dragon called Basuki also makes this cave as his home.
The white stones Perancak Temple in Bali is look towards west with river panorama of Perancak that the length and wide has strong fascination. In across there is rice field that growth beach tree.
Ponjok Batu Temple in Bali lies on a stony cape between the sea and the road where grows some frangipani trees and other flowering bush. Instead of its natural attraction, its own architecture is also a special charm.
The uniqueness of Jagaraga Temple in Bali makes this temple famous. This Pura Dalem is full with ornaments and has delightful sculptured panels along its front wall. Depicts of aircraft fights, dogfights, bicycle, boat, Kamasutra and old-fashioned car.
Brahma Vihara Arama, more known as "Banjar Buddhist Temple" is the biggest Buddhist temple in Bali. It is popular from all over Asia and located on a hill with serene and peaceful surrounding over viewing Lovina Beach.
Beji Temple is the biggest "Subak” Temple. The entire part of the temple is full with ornament in Buleleng style, mostly in the form of rambling plants and florist motives.
Kuta in Bali is famous with its crescent moon shaped beach, beautiful sunsets, surfing, shopping, and parties ambiance nightly.
Canggu in Bali is the place where the beach meets the rice fields. Quite neighborhoods to live in, luxury villas mostly are built in this area.