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Tukad Unda is now known as one of the unique and very interesting places for photography lovers. Lately a lot of local and foreign tourists who use Tukad Unda as one spot for prewedding photo session.
Belong hill is one of the hills on the side of the city of Klungkung, precisely located in the surrounding countryside Gunaksa. Beautiful rural landscape and green farming areas are one of the attractions of this destination.
Mount Batur is one of the volcanoes in Bali with active status. Mount Batur is located in Kintamani district, Bangli regency. If you want to see Mount Batur from a distance, then you can see it from Penelokan village.
Tukad Bangkung Bridge is one of the bridges located in Badung regency of Bali. This bridge connects three districts in Bali namely Badung, Bangli, and Buleleng regencies.
Penelokan is one of the villages in Kintamani district of Bali. Penelokan Village has the privilege of being near Mount Batur and Lake Batur with a considerable height.
Kintamani has many pine forests scattered in some areas. One of the pine forests in Kintamani is "Kintamani Pine Forest".
In this Pinggan village, there are interesting places to see the sunrise and at the same time witness the natural beauty in the countryside Kintamani. Local people call this place "Bukit Cinta".
Balinese people know the term Merarapan which is usually intended as a thanksgiving to God and the ancestors of salvation, fortune, or success that has been obtained.
Balinese Mask Dance is a dance in which dancers use a 'Tapel' with a certain character. Dance is performed usually associated with Balinese culture or Hindu culture that story is taken from the chronicle (Babad) and legends that exist in Bali.
Nyate can be regarded as one of the traditions or of Balinese society when welcoming Hindu festivals or in certain events. Because the tradition of Nyate is passed down from generation to generation (Balinese culture).