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18 / 10 / 2017
3:34 pm

Denpasar

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017
This temple is dedicated to the supreme God. The shrine is made of white stone coral. The walls are decorated with carvings of scenes from Ramayana and Mahabharata. The temple of Jagatnatha in Bali is frequently uses by local people for pray and make offerings.
Pura Petitenget in Bali is an important temple and famous for the scene of daily ceremonies.
The main temple of Rambut Siwi in Bali is located in a cliff bank and blessed by the breathtaking view of the Indian Ocean. Hindu people will stop for a while in this temple for worshiping to get the god’s bless of securing during the journey.
Gili Trawangan is the island everyone is talking about these days, and as such gets pretty crowded in the high season. Advanced booking is highly recommended as every year hundreds of people end up sleeping on the beach as all the hotels get full.
Sacred sulphurous hot springs with pleasant water at 38°C. Because its brimstone content is high enough, this hot water trusted that could heal skin disease. The 3 pools are set in a tasteful blend of jungle and garden.
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Gili Air, meaning "little island of water" in Indonesian, is the largest populated Island of the Gili's, consisting of approximately 1000 people. It is the closest of the islands to Lombok being only 5kms away. Watching the sunrise over Lombok's Rinjani Volcano is an awakening sight and the bleeding sunset falling on Bali's mount Agung is a memorable view.
Gili Meno is a tiny island in the middle of Lombok's three famous Gilis. Of the three Gili Islands, Gili Meno is the smallest and the quietest.
A visit to the tiles craftsmen, a busy village amidst the paddy fields between Tabanan and Tanah Lot. Each street or small gangway is dotted with family owned backyard factories, each with its own kiln.
Many workers cut the sandstone from the river banks via ancestral methods. The stones are used by the locals to build their temples and shrines all over the island.