Brahmavihara Arama Buddhist Temple also as known as ” Banjar Buddhist Temple ” is the biggest Buddhist temple in Singaraja it is located on a hill at Banjar Tegeha village, about 25 minutes drive from Bali Taman Beach Resort & Spa – Lovina. Also the Hot Springs in Banjar are very close by, so good to visit it, also on the same trip. The building design and its ornaments reflects typical Balinese architecture but the dominant function as a Buddhist Temple can be seen from the big ” Stupa “. Some of them come to relax and take the opportunity to meditate others to admire the beautiful buildings, atmosphere and surroundings.
Banjar Hot Springs, locally referred to as ‘Air Panas Banjar’, are located approximately 8 km southwest from Bali Taman Beach Resort & Spa – Lovina. Banjar Hot Springs are set in the midst of the jungle in a beautifully landscaped tropical garden, close to Lovina Beach, and it consist of three public and one private pool.
The sulphuric water is of volcanic origin and has an agreeable warm temperature of 37 degrees Celcius, ideal for people suffering from rheumatic diseases. The centuries-old hot springs have been upgraded with modern facilities over time, and have become a favourite retreat and recreational site among locals and international visitors.
If you are going to the old town of Singaraja, close by the Buleleng port, you will find a magnificent Chinese temple Ling Gwan Kiong. Among the local people this place is known as Klenteng.
Ling Gwan Kiong is a colorful and beautifully constructed Klenteng; access to the temple is via a water bridge over a pond filled with pink and white lotus flowers. As usual, Klenteng is dominated of red and gold color. Gold Buddha statues and ornamentally decorated textiles are found everywhere. The name of Ling Gwan Kiong means Istana Sumber Sakti or Palace of Power. Over one hundred years ago this temple has been used as a holy place for Chinese who follow Buddhist Tridharma, especially for Chinese people who live in Singaraja. This temple had been renovated several times, the biggest renovation was in 1970, and the last in 2004.
Beji Temple is located at Sangsit village, Sawan subdistrict, approximately 15 km east of the Bali Taman Beach Resort & Spa – Lovina and about 500 meters to the road leading to the beach. The temple owned by local subak members of the village lies in the middle of the rice field of Sangsit village. Attraction of the temple is that nearly all parts of the temple are decorated by carving of Buleleng style in the shape of vines and floral motifs belonging to characteristic of North Bali. The Beji Temple is used to venerate Goddess Sri as the goddess associated with the agriculture in particular and is believed to be the Goddess who created the rice as a staple food.
Bali Lovina Dolphin Tours is exciting trip to north coast of Bali, lovina beach to watch the Dolphin daily movement. The graceful mammal, who love to sneak out to the surface and breath with soft pool right next to boat. Meanwhile enjoying the marveolous of the sunrise. Bali Taman Beach Resort & Spa – Lovina also organize dolphin watching tour, snorkeling, diving and sightseeing. Book with us and enjoy the trip.
To Bali is not complete if you have not been to Bali Krisna. Now has come Krisna 5, which is located in the village of Temukus – Singaraja, close to Lovina Beach which is the Center – the Largest and Most Complete on the island. Get souvenirs at cheap prices and quality. Backed with a comfortable shopping atmosphere and a large parking area. Krishna comes to pampering you who like to shop with a variety of products by the contained Krisna Oleh Oleh Khas Bali.
KRISNA WATER SPORTS is the first water attractions in Singaraja. Various games are in the Krishna Water Sports such as Knee Boards, Fly Fish, Fly Boards, Parasailing, Doughnut Boats, Banana Boats, Canoe and many kinds of other interesting games. Enjoy the game arena Krishna Water Sports ATV on which the track is very interesting for beginners and proficient challenging Sambangan waterfall in the facade of Krishna Adventure.
In 1975, Ketut Englan son of Putu Dalang was interested to continue planting the coffee has pioneered by his elder. He processes the coffee as known as Bali Coffee Banyuatis produced by local farmers from his village, Banyuatis, into the ready-to-use coffee powder. The company located at Pemaron Village only 1.5 km to the east from Bali Taman Beach Resort & Spa – Lovina. Such business is now handled by Gede Pusaka Harsadena as son of Ketut Englan and the owner of Banyuatis Coffee, Bali Taman Lovina Resort & Spa also Ngiring ngwedang Restaurant in munduk village.