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Jembong waterfall sounds less beautiful and you’ve probably never heard before. Jembong waterfall is not yet widely known. However, do not under estimate first! Unlike the name suggests, the waterfall is located in the village of Ambengan, Sukasada District, Buleleng regency, is very beautiful and is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Bali. For us, Waterfall Jembong is the second most beautiful waterfall in Bali after Sekumpul waterfall.
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Soka beach is a tourist place in Bali and beautiful natural landscape to save of legends that became a tourist attraction. Soka Beach was located at Antap Village, Selemadeg District, Tabanan Regency. Tourist attractions in Bali is located alongside the main road Denpasar – Gilimanuk. Distance of approximately 56 km from Denpasar. On the west coast of Soka there is a bat cave, called Bulung Cave. Above of Bulung Cave are Pura Luhur Serijong which is above the cliffs. Beside it there is a rock surrounded by the sea and the estuary where the rock is called Payuk Kebo Iwa, Payuk means pot or skillet. According to legend Kebo Iwa is Patih giant and the pot used for cooking.
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Jagasatru Waterfall was located in Pateh, Duda East Village, Selat District, Karangasem, Bali-Indonesia. Not all potentially places become a tourist attraction in Bali is known widely among travelers. Jagasatru Waterfall is one of the attractions that have the potential, but unfortunately can not be maximized as well. Whereas Jagasatru waterfall is no less beauty and naturalness than other waterfalls in the area of Buleleng.
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Bloo lagoon beach are located in Padangbai, Manggis District, Karangasem Regency, Bali Island. Not difficult to reach the Bloo Lagoon Beach, coused the beach bloo lagoon was located in the port area of the Padang Bai Harbour. In this area there are three beaches that you can enjoy, including Padang Bai Beach, Bloo Lagoon beach and bias Tugel beach. Beauty shades of green and blue and crystal clear water beaches.
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Atuh Beach is located in the beautiful bay with white sand and on the left side is Juntil Cape wich is stick out into the sea and on the right side stick out into Labuan Ampuak continued to the east is located Gili Batu Melawang, Gili Batu Pedasan, Gili batu Abah and Gili Batu Metegen. On the end Easternmost of Juntil and Gili Padasan capes are really ideal because in front of the two capes are passed by alternating current from the north to the south (and on the other way) that is followed by groups of big or small fish, especially after and before the full moon and several days before and after Dark of Moon or Tilem, these days are the lucky days for fishermans.
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The Bali water palace of Tirtagangga is located near Ababi village in Ababi, Karangasem, situated about 6 kilometres north of the town of Amlapura, at a distance of 83 km from Denpasar. The gardens of the Bali water palace in Tirtagangga were designed and constructed in 1948 by Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (1887 – 1966), who was the last Raja (King) of Karangasem. He was a remarkable man to say the least, not only because he was the architect of the water gardens, but also because he helped with the construction of the gardens.
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Japanese Cave is located in the hamlet Koripan, Banjarangkan Village, District Banjarangkan, Klungkung. Approximately 6 km from the west City Semarapura, and takes approximately 80 minutes drive from Ngurah Rai when using a motor vehicle and approximately 43 km of distance traveled from the city of Denpasar. Japanese cave is one of attractions located in Klungkung regency. This cave is memories -memories of Japanese heritage and is in a very strategic location made on the cliff wall in the street department-Semarapura Denpasar, on the Bubuh river.
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