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Isolated atop this Balinese sea crag is a lovely Hindu temple that is said to be guarded by sea snakes.  — Atlas Obscura
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Gianyar
4 reviews
Balinese regard these springs as sacred and people come from miles around to bath in these waters. — Frommer's
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Gianyar
4 reviews
Housing one of the island's finest collections of art, which presents a vividly illustrated introduction to the history of Balinese painting styles. — Frommer's
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Gianyar
4 reviews
The strenuous walk is broken up into sections and at times the views as you walk through ancient terraced rice fields are as fine as any on Bali. — Lonely Planet
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Bangli
3 reviews
The Temple of the Hearth or the Temple of Fire, the state temple of the old kingdom, is one of Bali's most beautiful temples and stands at the northeastern boundary of town. — Frommer's
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Gianyar
3 reviews
On show among other works are pictures by the Pita Maha group, which nurtured Balinese art. — Michelin Guide
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3 reviews
The huge state temple of Pura Taman Ayun, surrounded by a wide, elegant moat, was the main temple of the Mengwi kingdom. — Lonely Planet
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Gianyar
3 reviews
This gallery is in a pretty compound and its collection covers the full range of Balinese styles — Lonely Planet
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Badung
3 reviews
One of the nine directional temples and one of the six most venerated sanctuaries in Bali. — Michelin Guide
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This wonderland is set in 160 hectares (395 acres) of landscaped and beautifully tended gardens. — Frommer's
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The most sacred site in Bali, Pura Besakih (on Mount Agung's slopes) is a sprawling complex of many separate shrines and compounds arranged on seven terraces. — Concierge
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At the lakeside road end is Pura Ulun Danu Batur, under the edge of the crater rim. — Lonely Planet
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Badung
4 reviews
The towering tree clusters here are home to a troop of bad-tempered but photogenic primates that swing from branches, cannonball into pools. — Frommer's
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Le Mayeur de Merpres... married the beautiful Legong dancer Ni Polok when she was just 15. — Lonely Planet
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Some 2km southeast of Ubud on the road to Bedulu, Goa Gajah is carved into a rock face and you enter through the cavernous mouth of a demon. — Lonely Planet
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On the slopes of Gunung Batukau, Pura Luhur Batukau was the state temple when Tabanan was an independent kingdom. — Lonely Planet
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Gianyar
3 reviews
The "Elephant Cave," discovered by a farmer in 1923, is a temple that dates back to the 11th century. — Concierge
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Gianyar
3 reviews
The museum's main aim is to promote living artists. Visitors can buy works of art and sometimes see painters at work. — Michelin Guide
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Gianyar
3 reviews
The royal family commissioned this temple and water garden, dedicated to the Hindu goddess of art and learning. — Frommer's
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Badung
3 reviews
This world-class cultural institution is arguably Bali's best art museum. — Frommer's
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