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Stop At: Taman Mumbul, Sangeh 80352 Indonesia
Taman Mumbul is a sacred place sanctified by the Sangeh and surrounding communities. It has a big pond like a lake with clear water. The water sources from 11 major springs and dozens of small springs around the lake. Aside from being functioned as source of clean water for people’s daily life, the lake water is also used to irrigate paddy fields of Subak Sangeh spreading across the area of 200 hectares. Taman Mumbul can be divided into three areas, namely the innermost, middle and outermost courtyard. The innermost courtyard hosts several temples such as the Ulunsuwi, Taman Beji, Segara Kelebutan, Ratu Gede, Taman Mumbul, Ratu Niang and Bebaturan to worship wong samar (supernatural beings). Ulunsuwi Temple is located in the northern most venerated by members of Subak Sangeh. In the southern part sits the Taman Beji Temple with three fountains as destination of melasti (physical and psychical purification) procession. Remaining in the region, there is Segara Kelebutan Temple in the form of three-tiered meru shrine located in the middle of the pond. In the south of the pond precisely under a banyan tree sits the representative temple of Taman Ayun. This temple was established when making the pond that was never finished. Its levees were always broken. Seeing this condition, the royal figure of Mengwi was invited to come. After that, the levees of the lake became very strong, so that it was then made a shrine to worship the deities of Taman Ayun. Meanwhile, the Ratu Gede Temple is used to venerate the guardian in the psychical ream of the pond. The middle courtyard of the Taman Mumbul Temple is located in the east of the area. This temple is venerated by the Brahmana hamlet. There is also a Pengelukatan Temple marked by eleven fountains. Here, the residents do self-purificatory rite (melukat) physically and psychically accompanied by the presentation of the offerings. Sangeh community believes that Ratu Niang abides at this temple. Then, the southernmost shrine is bebaturan (menhir) used to worship wong samar (supernatural beings).
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, Jl. Raya Candi Kuning, Tabanan 82191 Indonesia
Based on the description in the manuscript of chronicle Mengwi knew that Ulun Danu Bratan Temple established before the Saka year 1556, by I Gusti Agung Putu. Since the establishment of that temple, The Kingdom of Mengwi became prosperous and I Gusti Agung Putu dubbed by the people "I Gusti Agung Sakti".
Pura Ulun Danu Beratan Temple complex consists of five temples and one Buddhist Stupa
1. Penataran Agung Temple
Can be seen upon entering the Candi Bentar (split gate) towards Beratan. The temple serves to adore the majesty of God in its manifestation as the Tri Purusha Shiva namely Shiva, Sada Shiva, and Parama Shiva in order to invoke the grace of fertility, prosperity, human well-being and for sustainability of the universe.
2. Dalem Purwa Temple
In this temple, there are three main shrines namely Pelinggih Dalem Purwa as a place to worship the goddess Durga and Lord Rudra revered as a source of prosperity, Bale Murda Manik (Bale Pemaruman) as the place for discussion, and Bale Panjang as a place to put the offerings. The shrines in this temple are facing eastwards, located on the banks of the southern side of Lake Beratan.
3. Taman Beji Temple
It serves to Ngebejiang ceremony (to purify the ritual paraphernalia) and to invoke Tirta (the holy water). This temple also serves as a place for Melasti (Hindu Balinese purification ceremony) by the surrounding community.
4. Lingga Petak Temple
It is commonly called Ulun Danu Temple. This temple is also posted at the previous IDR 50,000 banknotes, in this temple, there is a sacred well that stores the Tirta Ulun Danu (the holy water of Ulun Danu). Not only that, in this temple also contained a Lingga which has a white color, flanked by black and red stone.
The temple is believed to be the main source of water and fertility of Lake Beratan. There are two shrines in this temple that are a shrine with eleven roofs (Pelinggih Meru Tumpang Solas) facing toward the south, and a shrine with 3 roofs (Pelinggih Meru Tumpang Telu) which has four doors facing the four cardinal directions.
5. Prajapati Temple
It is located under a big banyan tree. This temple functioned as a place of goddess Durga. This temple is facing to the west and became the first temple found after visitors pass through the admission ticket's counter to enter the area of Lake Beratan.
6. Buddhist Stupa
In the area of Ulun Danu Beratan, there is also a Buddhist Stupa. The Buddha statue here indicates that the presence of the harmony in inter-religious life. This stupa facing to the south and is located outside the main area of the complex Ulun Danu Bratan Temple.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Twin Lake View, Wanagiri Sukasada Pancasari Sukasada, Gobleg, Kec. Banjar, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81118, Indonesia
Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan, separated by a rainforest-covered hill, approximately one kilometers, there is a pool that is connected directly to the lake Buyan through a narrow canal. The community pool is called Telaga Aya. The two lakes are known as the Twin Lakes. This sight is a great overview of the volcanic heart of Bali. Volcanoes have created and shaped this island, creating volcanic cones and lakes, and producing rich soils enabling a lush forest to grow. This lake is one of three twin lakes that formed in a large caldera. He was flanked by two other lakes, namely Lake Tamblingan in the west and Lake Bratan in the east. Lake Buyan (on the left here) is Bali’s second biggest lake, after Lake Batur and Tamblingan lake is the smallest lake on the island.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, Village, Jl. Jatiluwih Kawan No.Desa, Jatiluwih, Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82152, Indonesia
Jatiluwih, in the Balinese dialect, is translated to mean Beautiful Teak, One of the areas of interest in the area is the Gunungsari Orchard. Jatiluwih has paddy fields following the contours of terraced land against the background of spellbinding Mount Batukaru and Mount Agung use traditional Balinese irrigation known as subak, Bali’s community-based water control management system. The vast expanses of terraced, green rice paddies are stepped along an entire mountain, from its peak to where its foot meets the sea. The fields that make up this area have adopted the traditional Subak irrigation system – a method that has been preserved for centuries and passed down from generation to generation. Aside from its agricultural development, this panoramic landscape has also established itself as a tourist destination and is among the top 10 visited places on the island.
Duration: 1 hour
Traveler pickup is offered
Minimum 2 person each trip. Pick up point is where the Traveler stay. additional Usd $5/car for picking up at area Sanur, Nusa Dua, Uluwatu, Jimbaran, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu and Usd $10/car for picking up at area Lovina, Amed, and Candi Dasa.
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|Monday - Sunday:||06:00 AM - 11:30 PM|
6 to 9 hours
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This tour program provides knowledge on how the irrigation system was implemented by farmers since the 11th century. Every place visited relating to the efforts of the Balinese people to connect the source of agricultural support primarily water. Every lake and water source is built temple as a tribute to the benefits gained from the use of such water through religious rituals in the temple. Beautiful temple atmosphere which is located in mountains and lake, also the breadth of rice terrace is so lovely will make a memorable trip besides also the traveler will be invited to see the place of purification ritual in Taman Mumbul temple.