Sambangan village in Buleleng does not only offer fascinating natural beauty, but also water attraction. This water tourist attraction is the only one in Buleleng located very close to the town, namely at Anyar hamlet approximately 2 km from the town of Singaraja. As far as the eyes can see, there is only a beautiful natural atmosphere describing the situation of Sambangan village. Although it is densely populated area, it does not eliminate the impression of cool and natural as a friendly area for a recreation site downtown.
At the location, there are 7 waterfalls flowing on a single track. Other than serving as the mainstay of local farmers to irrigate their agricultural land, the waterfall also poses a hidden treasure. The tourism potential along with uniqueness and historical background related to the creation of the waterfalls makes this area a dazzling tourist attraction.
Ser Hill area at Pemuteran village, Gerokgak, is now prepared to become a spiritual tourist resort. Aside from offering a beautiful natural panorama, the seaside hill in the region is indeed known as a sacred area being suitable for performing meditation, yoga and other similar activities.
This expanse of terraced paddy field is located at the south end of Busungbiu village, approximately 39 km south of the town of Singaraja. Precisely, it perches at the verge of the Singaraja–Denpasar road section via Pupuan. This overlay of paddy fields look very stunning with the background of green hills. Amidst of the paddy fields lies a strand of river whose glittering water runs throughout the year. Farmer activities around the paddy fields take visitors to a natural rustic atmosphere. Near the parking area located at road side, a wooden stage is provided for visitors to enjoy a stretch of paddy fields while unwinding.
Sidatapa village is one of the old villages in the Central North Bali, precisely located 20 km west of Singaraja town. What interesting to see here is the rectangle house divided into three parts: innermost, middle and outermost part. The three sections are separated with wooden partition and connected with wooden door. Meanwhile, the innermost part consists of several smaller partitions used for sacred places. Here villagers place all the shrines in the house (unlike most Balinese people placing all shrines outside the house). Middle part is the place for the ancestors, kitchen and living room, while at the outermost part comprises the entrance to the house.
Sapi Gerumbungan or bull race is a kind of art in combination with the common sporting activity held around August at public square of Kaliasem village, located about 11 km west of Singaraja town. This bull race has been organized from time immemorial and been very popular among the local farmers. As a unique tradition among the farmers after plowing their paddy fields that are ready for planting, it is implemented as an entertainment known as megrumbungan. Gerumbungan is a kind of cow bell suspended on the neck of a pair of trained bulls where their neck is connected with a wooden tool called uga.
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