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Gitgit waterfall is the most famous waterfall in Bali and its beautifull tourist destination in north of Bali.
The Gitgit Waterfall is on the edge of the Highway Denpasar - Bedugul - Singaraja .The Waterfall is 300 meters above sea level and often visited by tourists, it can get very busy. The Gitgit Waterfall is located in the village Gitgit, Sukasada District, Buleleng regency. Waterfall Gitgit is located between villages and clove plantations. All 3 series of cascades are on the same watershed. They have separate parking spots, all close together. Roads and stairs are well maintained, making it easier to visit. On the side of the road that passes the waterfall, there are several souvenir shops. Along the way you also see many small children who try to sell beads. You will also find a lot of guides trying to show you the way!
The Gitgit waterfall consists of several waterfalls with different shapes and heights. Halfway along the way the scene changes and on both sides you can see coffee and clove trees. It is a refreshing experience to walk in this quiet area where the birds take turns to sing. The air is cool and gradually gets colder when you approach the waterfall. A short distance from the waterfall, the fine water spray will cool your body. Sometimes the atmosphere will become misty.
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.
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.
The sacred of monkeys forest is owned by the people of Padangtegal Ubud, the members of the village they serve on the council of Sacred Monkey Forest. Nowadays, this peculiar forest receives approximately 15,000 visitors per month, since it is a unique experience to observe the protected environment of the monkeys, their customs and to be able to enjoy and admire the magic of nature.
The traditional market of Ubud is one of the largest and most well-known art markets of Bali as a place of tourist visit. This market offers various types of crafts in the form of souvenirs made and carved by the native residents of the surrounding area, as well as daily needs. With cheap prices typical of other markets in Indonesia, you can get them. The items offered are of high quality, but the price is quite affordable, so it is not surprising that the people who have come here dare to claim that the traditional market of Ubud is the best market in Bali.