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Meduwe Karang Temple is a beautiful landmark in the district of Kubutambahan, North Bali, with some remarkable features to behold. The temple is a great layover along your tour itineraries further east, around 15km of Lovina Beach and within a half hour drive from the capital of Singaraja. Among the centuries old temple’s highlights are classical Balinese stone temple architecture and a peculiar wall relief of a highly stylised man riding a bicycle with floral wheels. The figure is widely thought to be that of Dutch artist, lithographer and ethnologist, Wijnand Otto Jan Nieuwenkamp, who was also considered the first European artist to visit the island back in 1906. Nieuwenkamp spent a considerable amount of time in these northern parts, including Kubutambahan and Meduwe Karang Temple, studying the local arts and culture with a bike for his daily commute. This in turn inspired locals about this new foreign figure and his strange metal device. So they eventually set their admiration in sandstone.
Ponjok batu temple is a unique and sacred Hindu temple where all temple buildings are made from stone situated in Banjar Alasari, Pacung countryside, Tejakula sub district and Buleleng regency, Singaraja Bali. This temple is also known as Bali Stone Temple located 24 km east side of Singaraja town or north part of Bali. This temple area own the wide area about 35 acre in form of black stones bank. The position of this temple is sticking out to the sea as a small peninsula. Therefore, the local call this site as Ponjok (Balinese word). Base on the position and condition then this place is named by Ponjok Batu. So that, the temple is standing above peninsula referred as Ponjok Batu Temple.
Tirta Gangga is a former royal palace in eastern Bali, Indonesia, about 5 kilometres from Karangasem, near Abang. It is noted for its water palace, owned by Karangasem Royal. Tirta Gangga literally means water from the Ganges and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly, the name refers to the water palace built in 1948 by the Raja of Karangasem, Anak Agung Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem.
Furthermore, there are three main things to see at Tirta Gangga Karangasem, and there are gardens, water ponds, and sculpture. The park Tirta Gangga Karangasem location, in the middle of rice fields. Also, the water in this park comes from water springs call Rejasa water springs. The park owned by the Kingdom of Karangasem but manages by Karangasem government regent.
The area of the park is 1.2 hectares, which extends and stretches from east to west. Also, there are three levels of the building at Tirta Gangga water palace in Bali. The tallest building there are springs under the banyan tree. The second flat of the building, there is a swimming pool and a building at the bottom there is an ornamental pond with a fountain.
When you enter the Tirta Gangga royal water garden, the first thing you were gone see is a stretch of the water pool. Also, there is one towering temple on your right side. Visitors can see the fish at the base of the pond. Water in the garden is spotless and fresh because the pool water comes from a spring instead of treated water. The springs at Tirta Gangga Bali by local people in the area around regarded as holy water. Holy water used in Balinese Hindu religious ceremonies.