Bali’s Hidden Wonders [Part 2]

Hello guys!
Hope you’re doing good cause we do, yeahh!

Here we are back with 2nd hidden wonders in our Paradise.
Wondering already? :p

Let’s start!

Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang

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Credit: baleudang.com

Touted as the Hidden Canyon Bali because of the uniqueness of Beji River that fortifyed by sharp cliffs. It’s actually located in Guwang Sukawati village, close to the Pura Dalem. Right beside this Pura, there are stairs leading down and you’ll pass dozens of stairs fairly high up until the bottom of the stairs you will see some pancuran often used by people around clean themselves and other ritual prayers.

The access to this hidden canyon is not easy for those of you who are not used to adventure things. Slippery and Steep.
After seeing the pancuran, take an immediate left. You will need to cross the river that you come across. It’s easy to spot because it is surrounded by lots of natural rocks. Afterwards, climb up a rock ledge to switch hiking lanes. Keep going this way…

And it’s time to pay off your sacrifice. Sharp cliffs about 30 metes rise up with the blue-ish river  and the water is very very clear. Definitely a good place to take some photos!

Where:  Guwang, Sukawati, Kec. Gianyar, Bali 80582

Bumi Perkemahan Danau Buyan

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Credit: wisatabaliutara.com

Buyan Lake is located adjacent to both Beratan and Tamblingan Lakes.  Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan often called twin lake because these lakes only separated by a tropical forest where you can see the charm of the lake of the woods when joined trekking in Bali. Trekking routes available from shortest to the longest. Fee Entrance to get in is IDR. 6.000.
Often used for bedugul outing events or teambuilding other outbound activities. It is appropriate for a family outing or corporate event or family gathering company. Various fun games teambuilding is presented that has been packaged with a very attractive so it can build a sense of family.Trekking is one of them. Trekking routes are available from the shortest to the longest.
Incredible natural charm will be served when you set foot among the shady trees of tropical forests Buyan. See the charm of the lake Buyan from heights of tropical forests which of course is fabulous.

Where: Jl. Raya Tabanan Singaraja (Pancasari), Kecamatan Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia

Mount Batur

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Credit: balihaitour.com

According Hindu believes, Mount Batur is one of sacred mountain. Its height is 1717 metres above sea level.
Catching a glimpse of the early morning sunrise from the top of Mount Batur has become of tourist’s favorite activity.
To do this trek, you don’t need to register yourself to the agency, but we do recommend a tour guide to avoide a long discussions. The price for this trip varies, but it’s around IDR. 800.000 for 3 people.
You have to arrive at the foot of the Mt. Batur before 4am. Beautiful clear night, through Lake Batur and underneath the starlit sky. Just breathing in the fresh air, enjoying a beautiful walk, listening to silent whisper of the jungle, and something amazing is waiting for you 🙂

Where: South Batur, Kintamani 80518, Indonesia

Tegenungan Waterfall

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Credit: indonesian-wonderful.blogpost.com

It takes 16 km from the capital city of Bali, Denpasar or about 30 minutes by car. The waterfalls in Bali identical to the mountainous region, but not for the Tegenungan Waterfall. It’s located in the lowlands. High waterfall is approximately 4 meters with a water discharges so swift.

The beauty and hidden waterfall in Ubud village, Tegenungan Waterfall is clean and clear. One of the must-stops if you’re in Bali. Near the waterfall there are also some natural water shower that you can use as a place to shower.
There is fee entrance, IDR. 4.000 for adults, IDR. 2000 for childrens. We recommend you use car.

Where: Desa Kemenuh, Kecamatan Sukawati, Gianyar.

Aling Aling Waterfall

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Credit: tripadvisor.co.uk

While Tegenungan is located in the south of Bali, Aling Aling Waterfall is in the north of Bali in the Buleleng district. This is one of Bali’s most beautiful but hidden spots. Known for it natural beauty, it is also very close to the downtown Singaraja.
To get to the destination, visitors have to through at least 2 small waterfalls in a small river. Visitors usually take that small river to take a rest while enjoying the beauty of nature around. After this stop, you have to walk down hundred stairs and….. tadaaaaaa!! Here you can see fresh water that falls from a height of about 35 meters that eventually split into two different directions. As you get closer to it, the sound of the rushing waterfall grows louder and you will feel the refreshing spray of cool water om your face.

Where: Desa Sambangan, Kecamatan Sukasada, Kabupaten Buleleng Bali

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