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Beji Temple is a Hindu temple located in Sangsit Village, Buleleng Regency, 8 kilometers east of Singaraja. This temple is known as the Subak Temple by the locals, the meaning of subak is organization for water supply or irrigation. Locals call this temple Subak Temple because the temple is built to dedicate the spirit that looks after the irrigation and rice fields. Balinese Hindu come to this holy temple regularly to pray and worship Dewi Sri, the Goddess of rice field and the symbol of prosperity.
The Beji temple was built in the 15th century, it is one of the most visited temple in Buleleng regency. The temple is famous for its architecture as well as its beautiful relief carvings. Like other Balinese temples, Beji Temple is also divided into three courtyards, the outer courtyard, the middle courtyard and the inner courtyard. The outer courtyard features two dragon statues which is symbolized as the temple guards and the main shrine lies on the inner courtyard. Around the courtyard, neat grasses and beautiful Frangipani trees are planted which gives a refreshing atmosphere.
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.
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.
It is the highest volcano on the island, besides the most famous and still active, from its peak you can enjoy beautiful views of the island of Bali and if you are lucky you can see the Lombok island and see its highest mountain , the Rinjani. As it is still active from time to time and with luck in your favor you can see how it gives off smoke and ashes from its crater. Going on a trip to this volcano in Bali is a unique experience, both for the nature and the towns that you will find on the way as well as for the famous Lake Batur and the charm of the Kintamani town.
Toya Devasya Hot Spring is one of the most popular Bali Places of Interest features two natural hot spring pool and the perfect place for all members of the family to fully unwind. Heated deep within the earth, the healing mineral water is colorless and odorless from the source that is located on the property. For hundred of years this clear carbonated water has created legends of miraculous curative powers. Let your tensions disperse with the steam, anytime all year round.
Toya Devasya Hot Spring pools would be perfect for a relaxing dip after a long day of hiking, canoeing or cycling. As a matter of fact, Toya Devasya Hot Spring itself has become a celebrated landmark in the heart of Toya Bungkah village, Kintamani. As soon as you arrive, you will understand the appeal that this destination has earned for years.
Challenge yourself in one of our adventure activities that takes you a little bit closer to nature or experience camping under the moonlight stars. You will have a different experience of bali here at toya devasya.