Place of Interest

Batur Volcano Kintamani

Mount Batur volcano is one of the  sacred mountain according to Hindu believe. Mount Batur is located in Batur village, Kintamani District, Bali, Indonesia. Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is 1717 m above sea level can be summited by physically fit hikers in around 2 hours. Continue reading

Bali Zoo – Take A Walk On The Wild Side

Bali Zoo - Bali Tour ServiceAnimal Encounters

Come and experience Bali’s most unique photo opportunity as you sit up close and personal with our tame tiger cubs, crocodiles, binturongs, pythons, and more during our animal encounters session. Daily session from 1:00pm and 4:00pm in the restaurant.


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Klungkung Regency

Japanese invasion moved it court from Samprangan in Gianyar to Gelgel in fifteen hundreds then moved a bit north to Klungkung, the present regency’s capital due to internal revolt. Klungkung then recognized as the highest authority in the next two centuries as the royal family descendents set up rival courts. A final battle known as ‘Puputan Klungkung’ in 1908 made the kingdom was the last ruler in South Bali get invaded by the Dutch. Continue reading

Tabanan Regency

Tabanan, the land of rice or even mention as a bowl rice of Bali, is a rich regency. Its fertile areas and vary in its landscape makes many kind of tourists’ attraction can be developed in this area.

The history of Tabanan can be started in the 14th century when Javanese invaders came in the area. As they expanded their territory, they came into conflict with the Mengwi house, founded during the mid-1600s with the fall of Gelgel and allied with Buleleng. In the eighteenth century Continue reading

Gianyar Regency

Until the fourteen century Bali was ruled Bali by the Warmadewa dynasty. The Buddhist ruling kingdoms is centralized in Bedulu, five kilometres west of Gianyar town. After Javanese conquered Bali the capital move to Samprangan, north of the present Gianyar town before it moved again to Gelgel and Klungkung in the east. During the Dutch conquering in early nineteen hundreds, Gianyar was restored. Continue reading

Badung Regency

When the other rival kingdoms in south Bali were defeated by the Dutch in 1900, Badung Kingdom gained an expansive links trade. But it was last only for six years as Badung was finally invaded in 1906 through a massive battle known as Puputan Badung. The battle is commemorated by a large statue in Denpasar’s central Puputan Square. Continue reading