In this page we would like share some interesting places that you may visit during your stay in our cottages. So your stay will be memorable and enjoy. having tour sightseeing, activities, enjoying the volcano and the hot spring in our beautiful lake, Lake Batur.
Trunyan is another ancient village inhabited by people who call themselves the “Bali Aga” or old Bali who live in ways that are vastly different from other Balinese. The Bali Aga’s temple in this village is named Puser Jagat, meaning Navel of the Universe. Its architecture is highly unusual, and stands in the protective shade of a massive banyan tree. The Bali Aga has a strange way of burial. Instead of cremating their corpses, the Bali Aga simply places them under this banyan tree. The odor is mysteriously masked by a special arboreal fragrance emitted by the banyan tree. Unlike the Balinese people, Trunyan people do not cremate or bury their dead, but just lay them out in bamboo cages to decompose, although strangely there is no stench.
Lake Batur is a crater lake in Kintamani, Bali, Bangli Regency of Bali, located about 30 km (19 mi) northeast of Ubud in Bali.
This crystal clear lake, some 65 meters deep, was formed by an ancient volcanic eruption. This crystal clear lake, some 65 meters deep, was formed by an ancient volcanic eruption. The beautiful view of Lake Batur and the cool air make the atmosphere even more perfect.
Toya Bungkah is hot springs become a popular tourist destination in the area of Kintamani. Moreover, hot water in this place is known to cure various types of skin diseases. As a bonus, you can also do hot water bathing activities while watching the amazing natural scenery of Kintamani.
Here, you will find a natural hot spring pool placed in a pond. Location Toya Bungkah hot springs were not far from Lake Batur. That way, you can see the natural beauty of Lake Batur directly. The atmosphere will be more interesting if you choose to soak in the afternoon, when the sun began to set.
Mount Batur/Gunung Batur is considered by the Balinese the second important mountain on the island, after Mount Agung. The temple Pura Ulun Danu Batur is therefore of great importance to the local people. Most visitors come here for the spectacular view of the volcano and the inner crater. On a clear day you can see this active volcano so clearly that it feels like you can reach out and touch it. But if you are a bit out of luck the clouds can cover the whole lake, leaving not much to see. Don’t forget to bring something warm with you as it can get cold and cloudy here.
The best view is at Penelokan village, which means ‘place to look’, but basically along the main road all the way to Kintamani you can see the entire Lake Batur (Danau Batur).