Thursday, September 23, 2010

What to see in Bedugul

Bedugul, an area with cool misty valleys, beautiful lakes and mountains, offers lots of beautiful sceneries for you to behold. Here are some spots in Bedugul area that worth your sightseeing trip.

Situated on a small promontory jutting out from the western shore of the lake, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple seems like floating on the surface of the Lake Bratan. This sacred temple is a historical monument of peaceful amalgamation of Buddhist and Hindu in Bali. this half-Hindu, half-Buddhist temple was built by the king of Mengwi in 1633 A.D, dedicated to Dewi Danu, the Goddess of Lake.

Bali’s botanical garden (Kebun Raya Eka Karya ) is a 154-hectare fertile landscape that stretch majestically across a plateau between two minor mountain ranges in an area known as Bedugul. The gardens provide a recreational destination for family gatherings, staff outings and international visitors interested in local species of flora. The gardens are crossed by a series of winding asphalt roads that can accommodate a family car or mini-bus for those who prefer to sightsee in comfort without overly exerting themselves. Alternatively, visitors can wander around and explore on foot to experience the clean country air and marvel at the diversity of native flora. Colored tracks mark different routes that lead through pathways sheltered by towering trees to expose designated areas filled with roses, orchids, ferns and other plants that are cultivated for their medicinal properties.

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