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Tamblingan Lake located in the plateau area with green hill surrounded. Situated beside of Buyan Lake with cool weather surrounds it. Hence, both lakes are famous as Bali Twin Lake. This lake features with magnificent view of nature. Meanwhile the existence of traditional boats docking on the edge of the lake adds the beauty. Furthermore, Tamblingan Lake can be seen from the top hill of Asah Gobleg, Singaraja. Tamblingan lake is encircled by hill and covered by fresh cold atmosphere. Hence, many visitors interest to visit while enjoy the panoramic view. Really ideal for Jungle Trekking Adventure because featured by the rain forest as an observation site for flora and fauna. Beside of that, many local visitors are doing camping program or outdoor team building while enjoy the beautiful nature. And also, we can see the local residents use the small traditional boat to cross it or doing fishing.
It is one of the main water and temple shivaite in Bali. The temple complex is located on the shores of Lake Bratan, in the mountains near Bedugul. This temple, built in 1663, is used for the ceremony of water offerings, the lake and the goddess of the Dewi Danu river to the Balinese. Lake Bratan is also known as the holy mountain lake due to the fertility of this area. We are facing a landscape and a history worth visiting.
Candikuning Fruit Market is one of the most famous Bali Places of Interest and its a traditional fruit and vegetable market located near the entrance of Bedugul Botanical Garden, Tabanan Regency. The market is easy to be found because it is located beside the main road from Denpasar to Singaraja. This market can be visited when passing the road from or to Singaraja or after having a recreation at Bedugul Botanical Garden, visitors can visit Candi Kuning Market. The market is visited by many people, both foreign and domestic tourists, even the local people often come to this market and shop for their daily necessities.
Candikuning Fruit Market is famous for its fresh fruits and vegetables. All the fruits and vegetables sold in this market is fresh because it is supplied from the local agriculture field in the surrounding area. A wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables can be found in this market such as Pomelo, Durian, Rambutan, Manggis, Salak, Mangoes and passion fruit. Bedugul is famous with its strawberries, fine and sweet strawberries are easy to be found in this market.
Various types of beautiful and delicate flowers and orchids are also sold in Candikuning Fruit Market, it is displayed neatly creating an array of wonderful colors. Fresh and good conditioned spices include nutmeg, pepper, Paprica and turmeric are also available in this market. Besides various types of fruits, vegetables, flowers and spices, visitors may also find Balinese souvenirs and traditional snacks to take home for families and friends.
It is a very interesting market to visit especially for foreign visitors who would like to try various type of tropical fruits in relatively cheap price. Candikuning Fruit Market is opened daily from 7:00am to 5:00pm. Around the market, several restaurants are provided for visitors who would like to eat and have a rest.
The kopi luwak or civet coffee is coffee obtained from grains that, after being ingested by the civet, pass through their intestinal tract and are expelled in their feces. These animals are stuffed with ripe coffee fruits and expel the partially digested grain.
In Indonesian, kopi means 'coffee', and luwak 'civeta'. Red coffee fruits are a natural part of your diet, as well as insects, small mammals and other fruits. The internal grain of the coffee is not digested, but it seems that it is chemically modified by the enzymes present in the stomach of the civet, which add flavor to the coffee, breaking the proteins that produce its bitterness.
The grains are excreted, still covered by the inner layers of the fruit, collected by the locals and sold to the distributors. The grains collected are washed and roasted only lightly, so as not to spoil the complex flavors that have developed during the process.
Jatiluwih Rice Terraces in the heart of Tabanan Regency is the best example of Bali's outstanding picturesque rice fields and represent the Subak system as Bali's Cultural Landscape which has been inscribed a UNESCO's World Heritage Site in June 2012.
Jatiluwih, in the Balinese language translated means Beautiful Teak. Here, one can marvel at the vast expanses of terraced, green rice paddies stepped along an entire mountain, from its peak to where its foot meets the sea. Aside from its agriculturaldevelopment, this panoramic landscape has also established itself as a tourist destination and is among the top 10 visited places on the island.
Batukaru Temple, referred to by locals as Pura Luhur Batukaru, is one of Bali’s key temples, located at the foot of namesake Mount Batukaru. At an altitude of 2,270m above sea level on the second highest peak in Bali after Mount Agung, the temple is surrounded by cool natural forests, providing a pleasant sightseeing stopover for nature lovers. Moreover, the island’s most impressive expanse of rice paddies, Jatiluwih, is within a two-kilometre drive from the temple, making popular stopovers on excursions to Bali’s central highlands.
The main structure of Batukaru Temple features a multitude of shrines with tiered roofs, and the complex is filled with ancient structures heavily covered in green moss. The walled compounds contain several shrines, as well as high 'meru' towers, and 'bale' pavilions with unmistakably ancient Balinese features, such as the dark grass roofs and intricate wall carvings.
Mount Batukaru as a whole is considered a sacred site and the misty slopes of the heavily forested mountain enhances its spiritual vibe. The temple complex is frequented by visitors on any given day; however several parts of the temple’s inner sanctum remain off-limits to non-pilgrims. The temple is devoted to the Hindu god Mahadeva, considered the master of the air, water and plants. The 11th century Batukaru Temple shares the cool and quiet upland vicinity of the Wongaya Gede farming community in the Penebel Village of Tabanan regency. The best time to visit is during the temple’s biannual ‘piodalan’ temple anniversaries, which coincides each Thursday after the Galungan celebrations. Balinese families from adjacent villages in Wangaya Gede and from all over the island make pilgrimages to this mountain temple for blessings