Besakih Tour ( 8 hour ) / valid minimum 02 person
A cold mountain area which is always covered by fogs before 8.00 am and after 5.00 am. For years this region has been an important asset for Bali's tourism industry because of its fascinating view. This 58 kms distance from Denpasar City will greeting you with its nice view set up by mountains range, valley, caldera, lake Batur and familiar and hospitality citizen. That is Panelokan, the first village you will find before reaching the center part of Kintamani district, about 4 kms to the north of Penelokan.
From your hotel you will be driven to Kintamani through Denpasar (except your hotel location is in Ubud), Batubulan, Celuk, Kemenuh .
In your long way in Batubulan village, you will see various type of stone carving. After that you will pass Celuk village, a central part of Bali's Gold and Silversmith home industry. Make a stop at an art shop and have a look at the exhibiting jewelry's products. In Kemenuh village to see wood carving.a Stop at Tampak Siring to see the coffee plantation . Proceed to Panelokan Kintamani to see the beautiful panorama of Lake and mount Batur. Besakih temple as the mother temple in Bali is the last place to visit. Lunch will be served enroute.
Kintamani, A Religious Village at the edge of Mountain Caldera
Actually Kintamani village is a village located at the edge of a mountain caldera. Many years ago, a big- high mount erupted and make a big caldera which know as Lake Batur nowadays. You can imagine how big the caldera should be if an independent lake and mount could be exist inside. When you are standing at Penelokan village, it means that you are at the edge of the caldera. From here you can see the Mount Batur and Lake Batur as the main content of the caldera. The view is really fascinating. Don't miss it from your camera focus.
Then you will visit the Batur Temple. It's about 3 kms to the north of
Penelokan. This is one of the 8 big temple in Bali. Nice view will stay
covering your sight and mind when you are there.
Pura Besakih is revered by all Balinese as the 'mother temple' of Bali. Originating as a shrine for the worship and pacification of the Gods of the great Mt. Agung, Baliís highest volcano, it has developed over the centuries to its present complex which contains nearly 30 full temples, and the Gelgel Dynasty of rulers carried on this responsibility from the 15th century on, adding a series of small temples in honor of the deified rulers as they passed away. The provincial and national government of Bali now take care of the upkeep of Besakih, and all Balinese look upon it as the most holy of all holy places on their island.
To see the temple in full ceremonial garb is an experience quite overwhelming, but even at the quiet times is between anniversaries and festivals it has a grand aura. This temple has a high religious, history, art and culture value. From this temple all Hinduism people from all over Bali even Indonesia pray and worship to the God every year for the health and welfare of the world.
You can not explore the greatest temple in one day. You may need at least one week to know how to the route to find a part of a temple well. Our guide will tell you whatever you want to know about the temple.
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[Stay at Grand Balisani Suites on Jul 25 - Aug 09, 2011]
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