Place of Interest in Candidasa

Ancient Temple & Candidasa

Ancient Temple & Candidasa

Candidasa comes from words candi and dasa. Candi meaning temple and dasa means ten, so literally Candidasa means ten temples or ten candi. Sometime candi is not same with temple but in some case they have the same function. Dasa ilterary mean ten to explain that Candi Dasa is a place that sorround by ten temples. read more...

Candi Dasa Beach

Candidasa Beach

Candidasa is a relaxing beach area close to cultural treasures like Pura Besakih ("Bali's Mother Temple") and cultural village like Teanganan. While the beach is not one of Bali's best. Being some 85 km from the airport ensures some tranquility, however as more people discover that there is quite a bit to see and do in Candidasa the area is developing rapidly with many first class resort, hotels and villas now sprouting up. read more...

The Bali Aga village of Tenganan

The Bali Aga village of Tenganan

The Bali Aga village of Tenganan can be found 3 km inwards west from Candi Dasa on the slopes of surrounding mountains, rice fields and forest.It’s a bit hard to find due to the lack of proper signs (which you’ll encounter throughout Bali). read more...

Mekare-Kare at Tenganan

Mekare-Kare at Tenganan

Perang Pandan is offering ceremony conducted to honor the god Indra (god of war) and the ancestors. Perang Pandan also called mekare-kare. This ritual activities held annually in June in the village of Tenganan, located at 70 km in the east of Denpasar, more than 70 minutes by motorcycle. read more...

Putung

Putung

Putung itself is located in Duda Timur village, Selat district, approximately 64 km from Denpasar and about 19 kms from Amlapura. This area is reachable by public or private vehicles. Based on the story downed from generation to generation, the name of Putung was taken from the name of an isolated area. read more...

Puri Agung Karangasem

Puri Agung Karangasem

The location of Karangasem Palace is in the center of Amlapura, approximately 78 km from Denpasar.Puri Agung Karangasem or Karangasem Palace was built in 19th Century by Anak Agung Gede Jelantik, the first king of Karangasem Kingdom. This tourist destination is visited for its unique architecture, which is the combination of Balinese, Chinese and European architectures.

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