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Being over 1000 years old and perched at an altitude of 1000m above sea level, Pura Besakih is the biggest of all the Hindu Temples in Bali. Its located on the south facing side of Mt Agung, in the Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia.
What better way to ease those sore muscles after a hard day on Tour than a relaxing dip in the hot springs of Toya Devasya at Kintamani. Toya Devasya is located right on the caldera floor nestled between Mt Batur and Mt Abang in the Kintamani province of Bali Indonesia. Continue reading Hot Spring in North Eastern Bali – Toya Devasya
Located in the Gianyar Regency, Tegenungan waterfalls is approximately half way between Denpasar and Ubud, Tegenungan waterfalls is easily the most accessible natural waterfall site in Bali. What is clearly unique about the site is that its not situated up in the highland or mountainous regions of the island. It is a nature lovers delight, surrounded by lush jungle green dotted with palms and has many stunning views from the many natural platforms. Continue reading Tegenungan Waterfalls – Kunjangan
Introducing the Let’s Go “Chasing Waterfalls package. One full day of chasing waterfalls in exotic North Bali. Get the most amazing photos and experience all the exotic wonders that Bali has to offer. Locations include GitGit, Jembong, Alingaling, Banyumala GitGit – Grace and Elegance Jembong – Untaimed Beauty AlingAling – Simply Breathtaking Banyumala – Jungle Treck with two amazing rewards. LUNCH AND ENTRY TO THE … Continue reading CHASING WATERFALLS PACKAGE
Update 9.20 AM Tuesday July 3. Small tremmor felt in North Kuta. Checked USGS for confirmation. Details below. Mount Agung spewed lava on Monday night. The volcano had its first “strombolian” eruption at 9:04 p.m., spewing a 2,000-meter high column of ash and emitting lava. The eruption was recorded in the seismogram with an amplitude of 24 mm and a duration of around seven minutes … Continue reading Volcano Update News
Tirta Empul Temple was built on top of a large water spring during the Warmadewa Dynasty in 962AD. The spring is the source of the Pakerisan river and the name of the temple comes from the ground water source named “Tirta Empul”. Spring water. Continue reading Tirta Empul – Water Temple 2018 Guide