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  • Sidatapa Village

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    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

  • Sembiran Village

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    Sembiran village is the oldest village originating in the megalithic century located on the hills in the Tejakula subdistrict or about 30 km east of the town of Singaraja. Once entering the front side of the village, the whole house is designed in such a way towering upwards to follow the contours of the hill

  • Sapi Gerumbungan

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    Sapi Gerumbungan (bull race) is a kind of art and sporting activity that is held around August in the public square of Kaliasem village, located about 11 km west of the town of Singaraja. This bull race has been going on since time immemorial and been very popular among the local farmers. As a unique

  • Sanctuary of Jaya Prana

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    Sanctuary of Jaya Prana and Layon Sari is located in a grove of Teluk Terima, Sumberklampok village, Gerokgak, approximately 67 km west of Singaraja town. This sanctuary retains a romantic love story like the story of Romeo and Juliet in Europe or Sampek Engtay in China. Jaya Prana and Layon Sari is an ideal couple

  • Rice Terrace of Busungbiu

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    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

  • Pulaki Temple

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    Pulaki temple is one of unique temple in Bali located at Banyupoh village, Gerokgak subdistrict, approximately 53 km west of the town of Singaraja. The temple that belong to Dang Kahyangan temples (to venerate ancient sages) in Bali is habited by hundreds of monkeys. It is functioned for a specific purpose in a spiritual life

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