BALI SINGARAJA TOUR
Ponjok Batu Temple
Ponjok Batu Temple is a unique and sacred Hindu temple in Banjar Alasari, the Pacung countryside, Tejakula sub-district, and Buleleng regency, Singaraja Bali, where all of the temple buildings are made of stone. This temple, also known as the Bali Stone Temple, is located 56 kilometers east of Amed on the island of Bali. This temple is situated on a 35-acre plot of land in the form of a black stone bank. This temple is situated on a narrow peninsula that juts out into the sea. As a result, the people refer to this location as “Ponjok” (a Balinese word). Ponjok Batu is the name given to this location because of its location and conditions. As a result, the temple is situated atop the Ponjok Batu Temple peninsula.
Meduwe Karang Temple
The Pura Meduwe Karang in Kubutambahan, about 11 km from Ponjok Batu temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the male counterpart of the rice goddess Dewi Sri. The name of the temple means “to whom the earth belongs”, and the local people come here to beg for a rich harvest in the surrounding coffee, maize, fruit, and vegetable plantations.
The Beji Temple is in Sangsit hamlet, about 5 kilometers from Meduwe Karang Temple, and was established to honor Goddess Sri, also known as the rice goddess. In comparison to other tourism temples in Bali’s south, it is a little temple. At the temples’ gate, two dragon statues guard the entrance. The carvings that adorn practically every portion of the temple, from the main entrance to the second gate and the main court, are the temple’s principal attraction. Bring a bottle of water, sunscreen, and a hat with you because it can become quite hot here during the day.
It is located in Sekumpul Village, Sawan District, and Singaraja Region, in the northern part of Bali Island. Sekumpul Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall with 7 hidden waterfalls situated in the tranquility of a valley in Singaraja, in the north part of Bali. It is the most beautiful waterfall on Bali Island. Also, this waterfall offers an amazing panoramic view of a waterfall surrounded by lush jungle with a serenity ambiance.
The Gitgit Waterfall is located in Gitgit Village, Buleleng regency’s Sukasada district. From the city of Singaraja. There are many beautiful waterfalls in the area, including Gitgit Waterfall, also known as “Air Terjun Gitgit” locally. The natural mountains with their natural forest setting provide the beauty of the flow of the waterfalls. The air is cool and the location is remote from the city. It’s no surprise that the Gitgit waterfall has become a popular tourist destination for individuals who appreciate natural beauty. Gitgit Village is known for having Bali’s highest waterfall.
The cascades down from a cliff surrounded by rich vegetation. The water discharge created a basin pond with a depth of 4 meters below the surface that is commonly used by tourists to swim or simply play in the water while enjoying the pure water from the Aling-Aling waterfall. Pucuk waterfall, Twin waterfall, Camera waterfall, and other lesser waterfalls may be found not far from the Aling-Aling waterfall.
This temple is located in the hilly area of Tegeha village with a tranquil and calm ambiance and has a direct view of Lovina beach. Brahmavihara-Arama is Bali’s largest Buddhist monastery, also known as the Banjar Buddhist Temple. In addition, there are tourist sites not distant from this monastery Banjar Hot Springs is a hot springs resort in Banjar.
Banjar Hot Spring
Banjar Hot Water Spring is a tourist site in Singaraja Bali, located in Banjar Countryside, Banjar Subdistrict, and Singaraja Regency. Banjar Hot Water Spring is a place of interest in the north of Bali. Many tourists from both domestic and international countries now visit this location. It is a miniature tourist attraction that is open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Bali Singaraja Tour Itinerary
- Ponjok Batu Temple
- Meduwe Karang Temple
- Beji Temple
- Sekumpul Waterfall
- Git-Git Waterfall
- Aling-Aling Waterfall
- Sambangan Waterfall
- Buddhist Temple
- Banjar Natural Hot Spring
- Back To Amed
Bali Singaraja Tour Price
- Full-Day Tour: IDR 900,000
- IDR 50,000 extra charge over time
- Parking fee
- Driver meals
- Sarong and scarf for the visiting temple
- Full Air-condition
Please take a note
- The tour starts at 9 am
- Full day tour 9 hours duration
- Please Select a maximum of 4 places during a full-day tour
- Suggest, Please select only 1 waterfall
- Ex: Ponjok batu temple, Meduwe karang temple, Beji temple, Sekumpul waterfall.