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  Tourist Spots in the District Singaraja (Buleleng) Bali Air Sanih / Yeh Sanih Situated ± 17km from Singaraja Bali, prec...


 Tourist Spots in the District Singaraja (Buleleng) Bali


Air Sanih / Yeh Sanih

Situated ± 17km from Singaraja Bali, precisely in the Village District of Kubutambahan Sanih. This is the famous natural swimming pool with springs that appear endlessly on the southeast corner of this pool. It is said that this water comes from Lake Batur a distance of hundreds of kilometers flowing in the ground. Here there are two swimming pools, for adults and children.


Les Waterfall
 
Located in the village of Tejakula ± 38km from the city of Singaraja. High waterfall is surrounded by natural landscapes and still beautiful with the background of beautiful hills and waterfalls has a high ± 30m.

 Sembiran Village
 
Located in the district of Tejakula ± 30km from the city of Singaraja. It is the oldest settlement in the megalithic age. The house is arranged so fascinating. Along with the development of the times and technological advances that crept to the side of the village, but the life of the ceremony is still visible in the village.

 Julah village
 
Located in the district of Tejakula ± 29km from the city of Singaraja. Sma case with Sembiran village which is an old village, but the village Julah still holds many megalithic heritage. The village still has a traditional house, with its sacred Line Dance and Pura Desa is believed to be the oldest temples in Bali and has woven handicrafts with distinctive characteristics.


Dalem Jagaraga Temple


Located in Jagaraga Village, District of Sawan ± 11km from the city of Singaraja. The village is known as 'Puputan Jagaraga' (the war against the Dutch in 1848 under the command of I Gusti Ketut Jelantik). This temple is unique and will not be found in other temples. Pura environment there is a relief ancient car driven by gunmen, relief plane crashed, the relief of the Dutch minimal beer, Statues 'Men Brayut' (folklore Bali).


 Medue Karang Temple
 Located in Kubutambahan Village ± 12km from Singaraja. This temple is known by foreign tourists before the second world war. At that time, tourists come to Bali by sea at the port of Buleleng. This temple consists of three levels, namely Jabapura, Jabatengah and Offal. Two steps from Batu to get Jabapura with the front decorated with statues of rocks numbering 34 pieces were taken from the scene of the Ramayana story character. The statue that stands in the middle of the show Kumbakarna in fight and attacked by the army of apes Jugriwa. Uniquely in the northern wall there is a carved relief of the bike ride back wheels are lotus flower leaves. Durga also are carved in its manifestation as Rangda, on the other hand there is a sculpture of a horseman fly and sculptures Astimuka.


Beji Temple
Located in the Village District of Sawan Sangsit ± 8km from the city of Singaraja. This temple is owned by manners / Subak members of the village in the middle of the farm. Almost all parts of the temple is decorated by carving style Buleleng in the form of vines and floral motifs typical of North Bali that characterizes the era of the 15th century King of Majapahit and the gate of the temple is decorated with two dragons as temple guards. This temple was used as a place to worship the goddess Dewi Sri associated with agriculture, especially as the goddess who created the rice as a staple food.


 Rice Terrace Busungbiu

Located in the village of Busungbiu ± 39km from the city of Singaraja. It is a beautiful scenery and lush green background perpukitan and in the midst of rice fields are a string of river that flows throughout the year. The activities of farmers leave rural feel natural.


Makam Jaya Pranadan Layon Sari

Located in the Village of Klampok District of Grokgak ± 67km from the city of Singaraja precisely in the area of ​​the Gulf Thank woods. This cemetery is building the romantic story of Jaya Prana and Layon Sari (husband and wife) in the Kingdom Wanekeling Kalianget first time. Because beauty Layon Sari king fell in love with him by deceit king can kill Jaya Prana. Layon Sari chose to commit suicide after her husband because she did not want diperistri by the king. Every New Moon, the Moon is dead (Tilem) and other holy days of many people who mourn this kekuburan.


Pulau Menjangan

Located in the Village of Klampok District of Grokgak ± 76km from the city of Singaraja. The island is a small island with no inhabited area of ​​± 175 hectares consisting of rock, volcanic rocks and black volcanic soil. Around the island you can do water sports like snorkeling and scuba diving. To get to the island Menjangan you have to climb a motorized boat (boat) sekitan 30min from Labuhan Lalang.



 Pearl Farming
 
Contained in Sumber Klampok ± 68km from the city of Singaraja. Here you can see the processing of pearls of which is still in the shells until finished.

 Pura Pulaki
 
 Located in the village of Banyu Poh District Grokgak ± 49km from the city of Singaraja



Gebug Ende
Patas village is located in the District Grokgak ± 40km from the city of Singaraja. It is a dance movement similar to the movement of silat but using equipment / facility in the form of 'Tamiang' (shield) made of cowhide and tool use rattan bat. As in single combat and tit blow. Commonly carried out in the long dry season around October. This dance is used to invoke rain and as a means repel plague


Pemuteran village

Located at ± 55km from Singaraja City and ± 30km from Gilimanuk.It is very exotic among the cluster of hills and sea. In this village there Pemuteran beach deserted sea coral that has maintained a professional and turtle breeding project and Pura Pemuteran there are also famous for hot springs.
 Sampi Gerumbungan
It is an art That, combined with regular sports activities conducted in August field Kaliasem Village Lovina ± 11km from the city of Singaraja. This tradition has existed since then and has been highly favored by farmers. Gerumbungan it be great bells that hung on the neck of a bull. A pair of cows that have been trained connected to the neck using a wooden tool 'uga'


SambanganVillage

Located in District Sukasada ± 6km from the city of Singaraja. Here there is a waterfall and dam is very suitable for nature tourism such as trekking and meditation. Beautiful scenery and archived as surrounded by rice fields (rice terrace) and there is also a river / natural pools where the water is very clean.


Puri Buleleng

Located on the road and on the road Veteran Gajah Mada. It is building the rest of the king of Buleleng Castle which was built by the dynasty Barak Ki Panji Sakti. In this building there are beds, landscaping, guestrooms, merajan (shrine), weapons and a library. You can visit the castle is open from 8:00 to 17:00 hours local time.

 Hot Water Banjar
 
Located in the village of Banjar Buleleng ± 24km from the city of Singaraja. It is the hot water is believed to cure diseases especially skin diseases. There are three ponds. Here you can soak, swim and feel the massage from showers height of 3.5 meters.

 Brahma Buddhist Temple

Located in the village of Banja Tegeha ± 18km from Singaraja. This is the largest Buddhist temple in Bali.


Lovina Beach
 
Situated ± 10km from the city of Singaraja. This is one of the famous beaches in Bali. The beach is sandy blackish with Calm sea here you can be Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, swimming, fishing, sailing, kayaking / canoing and in the morning could see the action of dolphins by the hundreds.


 Gitgit Waterfall

Located in the village of Gitgit District of Sukasada ± 11km from the city of Singaraja. ± 35meter high waterfall is still green and beautiful and is in the cool temperate environment.


Sidetapa Village

Situated ± 20km from the city of Singaraja. It is one of the old village in Bali. The uniqueness of this village his home patterned rectangular shape and is divided into three parts (Offal, Jaba middle and Bencingah).



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