First stop in Taman Ayun is in Bali's Mengwi district. The name Taman Ayun means "beautiful garden". There are many interesting features of both the temple and the garden. The temple buildings are fills with decoration, relief and statues of the nine gods. The temple and the grounds were restored in 1973. There is a calm tranquil feeling in the cool gardens with beautiful ponds. The temple is approx. 18 km. from Denpasar on the way to Singaraja via Bedugul. A cultural performance is held every afternoon in Pura Taman Ayun. Entrance ticket cost less than 2 USD/person
Second stop at Jati Luwih Approximately 20 km from Tabanan, the road climbs up high into the hills to a small village named Jatiluwih at a height of 850 meters above sea level. The view here is one of the finest imaginable: Bali's terrace paddy fields stretch in endless contours over hills and valleys as far as the eye can see.No entrance fee
Third stop at Bratan The temple well known with Ulundanu Temple Ulun it's mean heart and danu it's mean lake, the temple dedicated to the Gods of lake or waters (Danu Goddes), the lake supply a lot of water to the rice field. The temple founded in 17th century by the King of Mengwi. In outside yard there is buddhist temple and big Banyan tree. Entrance ticket cost at 1 USD/person
Then Buyan lake the third biggest lake after Batur and Bratan..No entrance fee
Continue to Tamblingan Lake with the most beautifull view of lake and green mountain.No entrance fee
The point at Bedugul In the western highlands of Bali is the serene mountain area of Bedugul where vegetables, fruits and flowers thrive in the alpine climate. The colorful little market offers a wide selection of produce including exotic strawberries. Less than an hour of Bangli lies the tranquil crater lake of Mount Batur and the inpressive temple gates of Pura Ulun Danu, one of the two major subak (irrigation society) temples on the island.Entrance fee less than 2 USD/person and entrance for car less than 2 USD (drive around the garden by car)
Visit at candi kuning the market sell variety of fruit such as durian on season, manggo, banana, salak (snake fruit), papaya, green apple, avocado, strawberry, sweet corn, peanut, coffee powder, and many kind of herbs. For flower and vegetables they sell orchids, carrot, rose, orange and etc. The market also sell many kind of handicrafts product, painting and textile. They do sell rabbits too. No entrance fee
Tanah Lot Sunset
Stop at Tanah Lot Carved out of the landscape by tides wind and rain, the huge offshore sentinel rock of Tanah Lot is the site of a picturesque sea temple. There is a bridge connecting the mainland and below the Water line there are reputed to be large caves, the guardians of the temple. Entrance ticket cost at 3 USD/person
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