Half Day Bali Tour

Apart from its art and culture, the island of Bali is also rich with mystical remains and ancient temples. Many of these sites indicate early traces of civilization and have been preserved for research and as objects of tourism. One site that is worth seeing is Bali’s largest and perhaps oldest Hindu temple monument known as Gunung Kawi.

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Kehen Temple is a beautiful Hindu temple located in foothills, south part of Bangli Regency and it is about 45 Km from Denpasar town. Inside of this temple are, there is Panyimpenan Temple building keep 3 inscriptions which is relating to its contents and temple existence. It is strategically located in the high land, so we can see the beautiful view. It is a famous temple in Bali and many visitors from foreign country has visited it.

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One of the delightful tourist attractions to visit in Gianyar Regency is the waterfall at Tegenungan Village. This secluded village, inhabited by 57 households, retains a waterfall at Tegenungan hamlet, Sukawati sub district. It’s only 15 km east of Denpasar or some 20 minutes drive

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Along Bali's southern coast you can two of the island's most famous sea temples: Pura Tanah Lot and Ulu Watu. The Javanese priest Nirartha established a series of sea temples around the island in the late 15th-early 16th century; today they are some of the most visited tourist attractions in Bali.

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