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The Banjar Hot Spring Water are natural hot springs located in the Banjar area of Singaraja and makes an excellent trip for anyone traveling or staying in the Lovina area. The Banjar Hot Spring Water are said to have the ability to cure disease and to this day the springs are used by the local people and people of the of Bali who travel here with purpose in mind in order to heal all manner of diseases. The springs are located some time away from the south of the Bali and are there for a little harder to access from here so are only really visited by those who are staying Singaraja. The springs are not the only reason to visit this area as there area whole collection of different areas of interest that are nothing like as over visited as those of the south of Bali.The Banjar Hot Spring Water have been built around in order to protect the springs from evil spirits in the same way as a temple and give a more grand and holy impression. Today and for many hundreds of years the springs have been made into an open air swimming pool with the openings of the springs connected to piping which now come out of carved statues. This same effect is visible at other springs and highlights the Balinese importance of protection of the sacred areas of the island. This also makes the springs more enjoyable to swim in and stand at the areas where the fresh hot upwelling of water are then guided down the pipes and released at the statues. The pool of the Banjar Hot Spring Water is situated in the centre of a beautiful Balinese garden that is gives the Banjar Hot Spring Water an even more relaxing feel to be around. This tropical beauty and well kept tidiness is the pride of the Banjar or this area.The Banjar Hot Spring Water is actually split in to three pools that were made by the Japanese Colonies hundreds of years ago. The Japanese first built the baths with bathing in mind and also because the Brimstone that is inside the water was known to be beneficial for skin diseases. Well the Baths became taken over by the Balinese who had deemed the springs holy long before the Japanese built the baths that are still here today and no both tourists and locals use the baths to bath with the warm waterfalls and water features spread out between three different pools.The Banjar Hot Spring Water are a very inexpensive and enjoyable trip from Lovina or any of the areas in the North. It is an interesting spectacle and experience to see this natural phenomenon which has been controlled for public utilization. There are no respectful measures to take for this area, it is expectable to wear swimwear in the area and enjoy the beauty of the area.
Buleleng Regency is the northern stretch of Bali and can be consider the other side of Bali in terms of culture and landscape. Separated from he south by the vast reams of forest and the mountainous volcanic regions of the northBuleleng Regency is mainly the steep mountainsides and hills that lead down to the slither of flat land at the coast along most of the north of the island. Buleleng has been the area where many archeological sites have been uncovered revealing ancient effects such as beads that date back over 2000 years ago such as the recent discoveries of Pacung just 40km east of Singaraja. These sites have been pivotal in determining the details of the involvement of the Indian trade with Indonesia and relate to the small Buddhist presence in Lovina, the Buddhists landed here and traveled south as their culture blossomed over the next 200 years. Mainly the discoveries at Buleleng have supplied historians with a lot of information about the early seafaring routes up to the colonization lead by the Dutch.Today the area is a melting pot of cultures that coexist together in a peaceful fashion despite the aggression of their ancestors. Singaraja is home to Hindus, Moslems, Chinese temples, neo-Balinese government offices and the Buddhist fact. All of these people have interesting and intricate temples located within a close proximity to each other creating a rich environment that is a pleasure to walk among. It is noticeable that the actual Balinese elements of Singaraja tend to be located around the outskirts of the center where as the Bugis and Chinese trades tend to occupy the center.You can visit the Gedung Kirtya library where you can look at the original manuscripts of the Javanese and Balinese. Here an interpreter can explain what each is about and find the most interesting and historical of the scripts. It is also possible to buy traditional prasi art, which is mainly paintings of the ancient style upon lontar palm leaves. Other attractions include the beach resort area of Lovina and its surrounding incredible beaches that are uncrowded and sometimes person-less. Lovina is famous for its aquatic residents including the incredible marine life that makes for excellent diving and snorkeling and also the dolphins that surround the area. You can go on dolphin watching trips although many are quite environmentally unsound and tend to miss the point of viewing the peaceful mammals by chasing them around at top speed hooting and howling. To gain a more peaceful and cultural experience that is also likely to be far cheaper you can head to the river mouths where the fishermen moor and negotiate a price for sitting on board for an hour or so while the fisherman fishes employing the help of the dolphins who drive the fish into the nets and are able to pick off all the food they require easily in the chaos the fishing nets induce. This mutually beneficial or symbiotic relationship is age old and is an excellent way to have up close contact with the dolphins without disturbing them.
The Regency of Buleleng is located on the northern part of Bali around 2 hours drive from the airport of Bali. It covers an area of 1.365,88 square kilometers with the total number of population around 577.644 people. The regency capital of Buleleng is Singajara. The regency is bordered with Jawa Ocean on the north Jembrana on the west, Karangasem on the east, Bangli, Tabanan, and Badung on the south.Buleleng is divided into 9 districts : Busung Biu Banjar Buleleng Gerokgak Kubutambahan Seririt Sukasada Sawan Tejakula Tourism industry is one of the main income for Buleleng Regency after agriculture sector. It has scenic views, culture tourism, historical places and beautiful beaches. Most of the hotels, villas and accommodations are located around Lovina Beach. Recommended places of interest within Buleleng are Git Git Waterfall, Banjar and Banyuwedang Hot Springs, Bali Barat National Park, Menjangan Island and Pemuteran.
Discount Hotels in Singaraja, North Bali - Best Deal Singaraja Hotels and Accommodation. Singaraja is a town which located in the North of Bali facing to the Bali Ocean. It is the second largest town in this island. There are many natural tourism objects in this region such as beautiful beach with calm wave, mountain and hill surroundings, water falls, and amazing lakes. The tourists can reach this tow in three hours by car from the capital city of Denpasar. On the way to Singaraja, the tourists may see beautiful mountains on the left side of the twisting road. Not only natural tourism objects, but also historical and cultural tourism object may be experienced in this county. A number of temples such as Perancak Temple, Rambut Siwi Temple, or Beji Temple may be visited to see closer the tradition of Hindus cultures which mostly worshipped in Bali.Do not forget to visit Lovina Beach while visiting Singaraja. Innumerable accommodations with Bali Ocean view are available in this area. The quiet beach makes tourists loosing their stress. There is much information of cheap hotels we serve for the guests who wish to spend the night in Singaraja. Do not worry since we provide discount in Rupiah.Should you wish to know more choices of hotels in Singaraja, the followings are the hotels that we offer for you.
Singaraja is located in the northern most area of Bali just east of Lovina with a vast mountain range separating it from the overcrowded tourist hot spots of the south. Both Lovina and more so Singaraja are secluded tourist resorts ideal for those who seek a beautiful location where mountains meet a luscious dark sand beach with gentle warm calm waters and gorgeous coral lining the bay. This area is far less crowded then the south although there is a small tourist scene consisting of more refined sophisticated travelers who have made the effort to travel a little further a field away from the clubs and pubs of Kuta in search of a more tranquil setting in which to relax, socialize and find your own private secluded paradise.Singaraja has developed secluded hideaway resorts, often of traditional bungalow villa style and modern more contemporary styles but always with a very high level of service, facilities and general luxuries. These resorts go a long way to creating you your very own secluded paradise with well spaced bungalows within pristine tranquil gardens and cozy private gardens often with a pool, sea/ valley view, terraces etc. There are beach resorts with private beach access usually with a bar and café nearby and changing facilities.Eating at the resorts is often magnificent in Singaraja with top chiefs employed to create culinary jewels from around the world including authentic local and Asian delicacies as well as Eurasian and fusion meals. Also there are special seafood barbeque nights that produce breathtaking cuisine. A few very good restaurants in Singaraja including beach view and restaurants located higher in the hills offer some of Bali’s best food served with the most truly breathtaking views of. It is the smaller scale of facilities in Singaraja that really lends to its secluded simple village feel. A smaller presence of tourists and a few resorts mean you’re not in total wilderness but instead a highly soothing exclusive spot within tropical paradise.The weather here tends to be slightly hotter then the rest of the island and less humid creating a more comfortable environment all year round. Retreating into the mountains is not only an excellent way to escape the heat replacing it with fresh mountain breezes but is also great for opening up a variety of day trip options such as visiting local villages observing traditional Balinese culture, hiking and walking in the mountains, visits to the local temples, Git Git waterfall and countless other attractions of natural and cultural beauty.Activities here besides hiking and cycling, in clued sailing, kayaking (both sea and river), windsurfing, safe swimming, snorkeling, diving and golf. The diving and snorkeling is a particular favorite as there is world class reef diving that suitable for beginners and the experienced alike.Singaraja could be described as a cross between the luscious rich rice padis and tropical hillside forests of Ubud, and the Beach side life of Lovina. There are fewer tourists then in Lovina but in this area crowds are never a problem. Singaraja is a tranquil paradise enjoyed by only a few tourists and shared with friendly accommodating locals who are genuine and nothing like the beach sellers of Kuta. Highly recommended for honeymooners, couples, families and anyone who seeks to appreciate natural and cultural beauty with a toned down bar and night life at hand.

Early dawn of Singaraja allures you to saunter along Lovina Beach’s dramatic ocean scene. Those who recoil for a touch of the past may find glorious spectacles in the west facets, whereby authentic and esoteric temples sit undisturbed in effervescent divinity. Despite its tranquil setting yet less crowds, green pasture at the east entails delightful trekking for nature lovers who enjoy running the gamut over sprawled, emerald-gleaming savanna. There is as well a majestic city that leaps you in a jiffy to the olden days when Dutch laid a foot on the extravagant beauty of Bali. Buleleng, aside being the largest city in the Bali north shore, yields your amazed admiration due to its nostalgic European elements juxtaposed to gracious natural panoramas such as a rushing waterfall. You then could sprinkle a little bit of fun while savoring the city’s sublime facet, only at Singaraja’s gorgeous downtown.

Dolphins leaping beyond Lovina Beach’s volcanic sand sounds like a wild imagination coming true. Indeed, neither manufactured aquarium nor strict instructors may tame these exquisite aquatic creatures from flitting boisterously at Singaraja’s west coast underwater. While sprinting onboard along the beautiful fish, you can seize the chance of patting their smooth-sleek skin. Another alternative is to retreat toward lazy hotels for a leisurely sunbathing under the tanning sun. To complement it all, one glass of cool watermelon juice is served straight on your cabana table.

Balinese Hindu devotion has bred a number of exotic sanctuaries along Singaraja’s interspersed corners. Your preference might fall upon either Pura Beji at Sangsit in the east where local signature carving dominantly decorates the intricate design or Jagaraga’s Puri Dalam which encompasses peculiar modern relief with unusual depiction over planes and car robberies. Nevertheless, nothing can parallel to Gedong Kirtya’s details on Balinese old times’ sake as it comprehensively stores 3,000 original manuscripts referring to the northern island territory’s history. Skimming on the old chapters of the library unfolds before your very eyes a large collection of valuable writings on frond leaves which date from a paperless era, when global warning was just a sci-fi matter. Apart from the language barrier, strolling inside instills an intriguing sensation, as if a surge of information readily awaits your understanding to follow through, grasping on how Singaraja has evolved through the centuries.

To return to Buleleng, expect a fancy detour visiting a splendid waterfall hidden in this misty highland. Gitgit Falls, while thoroughly breathtaking, leaves you to dip in cool small streams which cut through spreading limestone and rush to yonder ends. Probably, they cease at two most favorite natural springs in the city’s east, Air Panas (hot) and Air Saneh (cold natural spring). It is best to plunge instead of dipping in, letting the water rejuvenate your vigor once more. Rendered as essential to induce local relaxation, the Air Panas shall penetrate in its mineral particles to subtly heal your physique. The other temperature challenges your guts to stay cool and wet for a while. You could, either way, get together with the whole family and sprinkle some splashes to each; or, savor the moment to overlook the city spectacle from higher ground. All sublimity is enveloped by the city, and by the special part of Bali, Singaraja, dedicated to your only wonderful visits of the year.

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