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Kintamani and Tirta Empul Tour
Bali Sightseeing - Bali Island
Tirta Empul Tempel
Elephant Cave Temple
Tirta Empul tempel
Tirta Empul Temple
Tegalalang rice field
Barong and Keris Dance Perform
The villages of Kintamani
and Penelokan provide a great view of the still active Mount Batur and
its fantastic lake. Seven miles in diameter and sixty feet deep, Batur
caldera is simply astounding. From Penelokan, take the road Kedisan on
the shores of the lake where boats can be rented to cross over to
Trunyan. The spectacular mountainous region around Kintamani with its
deep Crater Lake and bubbling hot springs, make this region a must to
visit. Batur Lake is the largest lake in Bali and the region offers some
of the most spectacular views to be found anywhere on the island. Batur
Lake also provides water for an underground network of streams and
springs across the southern slopes of the mountain. Kintamani is really
great for day trips, trekking or simply for getting away from it all for
a few days.
The places will be visited during this tour: Barong and Keris Dance It is an excellent tour program, starting by visiting Batubulan to see the Barong and Keris Dance. The dance story is about the endless metaphysical battle between good and evil. The Barong is representative of the good force of nature. The dance is, to us, an entertaining show; full of humor and action. To the Balinese, also, it is an entertaining show.
Barong and Keris Dance which is durated for one hours is regularly showing their performance every day from 09.30 to 10.30 AM. This performance is especially dedicated to both local and international tourists. Barong itself is an ancient creature which symbolizes “the goodness”, while Rangda (giant) is a great ancient creature which symbolizes “the evil”. The battle between these two great creatures is packed in a nice dance and mystical music which are composed by ± 75 artist from Kesiman, Denpasar. Goa Gajah ( Elephant Cave Temple ) Goa Gajah, literally means ' Elephant Cave ”. Although named by 'elephant' it doesn't mean there is any real elephant live or ever live here. The name Goa Gajah derived from 'Lawa Gajah', which is mentioned in the manuscripts that found in this site. This temple complex was built for the first time around 11 century based on epigraph found in this site.
A seven-meters deep cave with a shape of T-letter is the major attraction of this Bedulu village's local temple. The cave it self is carved in a solid stone hill of the river valley. The main figure of the carving at the cave entrance is 'boma', a barong face, accompanied with big clapping fingers on its side. Leaf, flower, and some horror figures can be noticed if we give more attention look to the rest of the carving. Some holes that are considered to be used as meditation or sleeping quarters can be found in the wall of the cave. Nowadays, those holes are used to place offerings whenever there is ceremonies taking place. On the left end side of the cave is Ganesha statue, believe it as 'the God of knowledge'. Meanwhile on the right end side can be found three 'linggas', that each of them dedicated to the three common God manifestations in Bali , Brahma, Wisnu, and Siwa. There are other three stone carvings in the centre wall, one of them figuring head and face.
Three other statues of Ganesha, demons and Men Brayut, a legendary lady with her beloved children, are placed on a high building located on the left side of cave entrance. It is considered that these statues are 1000 years old. In the middle of the complex, in front of the cave, there is bathing place that is not any longer used by the local people. The angle figures within the bathing complex are about similar to common figures found in India . On the south part of the complex, there are along flight of step leads down the lower part of the valley. After crossing a bridge above a small creek and follow another flight of steps up to eastern side of the valley, a headless sitting Buddha statue can be seen. This is the evident of a close relationship between the two religions. Kintamani Kintamani is a name of countryside located in the hill and the beautiful panorama surround it. We can see beautiful panorama from Kintamani to overview the active volcano of Batur Mount and wide Lake of Batur in a valley. It is situated in the plateau area with cool weather surround it. When we stand up at Kintamani, we will be able to see the rural area which is close to the lake. This place is very femous and visited by many tourists everyday.
Tirtaempul Temple Pura Tirta Empul is the temple of Tampak Siring , built around a sacred spring. Tampak Siring is an inscription dates the spring all the way back to 926AD; and there are fine carvings and Garudas on the courtyard buildings. The temple and its two bathing spots have been used by the Balinese for over a thousand years for good health and prosperity; as the spring water really does have the power to cure. Regular purification ceremonies also take place here more.
Tegallalang Rice Terrace. Tegalalang countryside is located at 5 km northern part of Ubud Village and own the magnificent view of rice terrace. The rice terrace is designed very beautiful with exquisite hollowing rice field and precisely located on the hill bank. In this place, you will see the Balinese farmer do their rice field in oblique area complete with its system irrigation. You will enjoy the beautiful panorama of valley with rice terrace and coconut trees ornament it. Tegalalang Rice Terrace is one of the tourist icon in Ubud Bali and many visited by tourists every day.