This is the royal temple of Mengwi Kingdom (Mengwi sub-district of north Badung in today’s era), located strategically in Trans-Bali roadway. It has large courtyard rife with aged Balinese architecture, and surrounded by big fishpond.
Built in 1633, this temple is used for offerings ceremony to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess Dewi Danu, due to the importance of Lake Bratan as a main source of irrigation in central Bali. As a water temple, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan presents stunning hill and lakeside scenery. Additionally, you may rent an outrigger, paddle or motor boat to roll around the lake.
Candi Kuning Market, which locals refer to as Pasar Merta Sari Candi Kuning, or simply ‘Pasar Bedugul’, is one of two main markets in the Bedugul area. Candi Kuning Market mostly boasts local farm produce, such as flowers and a wide range of tropical fruits (mangosteen, bananas, tamarillos, tangerines and, most importantly, strawberries – the prize produce of Bedugul. Being a market targeted at travellers, you’ll find souvenirs in the form of generic and kitsch arts and crafts at stalls further inside. Nevertheless, it’s a great place to find a local market scene, with the rule of thumb being (as always): bargain hard! Even the locals do it. For a simple and very local snack, try some crackers, boiled peanuts or steamed sweetcorn sold by peddlers at the roadside. Locals find it an obligatory stop for stocking up on snacks for their ride.
The Bali Botanic Garden is the largest botanic garden in Indonesia and is located in the mountainous region of Bedugul, central Bali, around 90 minutes drive north of Denpasar. The Garden was established on 15 July 1959 and is situated around 1300 metres above sea level overlooking Bratan Lake and the ulundanu temple on the slopes of Tapak Hill.
The Garden is a centre for botanical research conservation, education and recreation. It is operated by the Indonesian Institute of science (LIPI).
The Garden has an area of 157.5 hectares (389 acres) and daytime temperatures range from 17 – 25 °C and 10 – 15 °C at night. The humidity averages around 70-90%. The Garden contains more than 21,000 living specimens belonging to 2,400 species, representing various species from mountainous areas of eastern Indonesia: Bali, Nusa Tenggara, Sulawesi, and Papua, In addition its herbarium contains 10,000 preserved plant specimens ranging from algae to flowering plants.
Apart from plant collections that include orchids, ferns, cacti and carnivorous plants, there is also a traditional Balinese guest house that functions as a guest house for visitors. One of the world’s largest displays of begonias is also on display in the conservatory building.
Bali Handara Gate or famously known as Bali Handara Gate is one of the attractions in Bali that has been recognized by the world. For those of you who often visit Handara Golf and Resort, make sure you have captured the best moments in this one place. Bali Handara Gate is one of the very Instagramable gates and is very popular among Balinese and surrounding communities. If you are one of those people who want to find and get a popular Instagramable tourist spot in Bali to meet the ranks of your social media account pages, then make sure you have visited Bali
ANOTHER OPTIONS :
Another option you can put into your Bedugul Bali tour, normally
you just can visit 4-6 tourist attractions in one day tour in ten hours duration
*Tanah lot temple
*Alas kedaton Temple (monkey sanctuary)
*Taman Ayun royal temple
*Bali secret garden
*Kebon Raya bedugul
*Bali trip top
*Candi kuning tradisional market
*Ulun Danu temple
*Andara Hokkaido main gate
*Coffee luwak plantation