BANGLI: BALI’S TOP RURAL AND HEALING DESTINATION
Beyond the search for a sustainable and healing destination, traveling to the Kintamani mountainside is the right thing to do: Tourist village of Penelokan. A place with so many options for tourist attractions with a number of amazing sights, such as the natural panoramas of Mount and Lake Batur from various angles, as well as Mount Abang. The temperature is quite cool in the range of 22° Celsius, surrounded by orange orchards, citrus and coffee plantations.
Still on the mountainside is Toya Bungkah Hot Springs – Located right on the edge of the lake and the mountain valley, the natural charm around the sulfur hot spring pool that can spoil the eyes, body and mind for a moment of healing. Stay in pinggan village – to see the beauty of sunrise combined with the beautiful silhouette of Mount Batur rising majestically.
Last but not least, Tirta Empul Temple, known for its holy water springs, which are believed to have healing properties in Balinese Hinduism. The name “Tirta Empul” means “holy water spring” in Balinese. The main attraction of the temple is its purification pool, which contains 13 spouts that represent the 13 evil spirits of Balinese Hinduism. Visitors can participate in a traditional purification ritual, known as “melukat”, by bathing in the holy waters and praying in the temple.
“In general, Bangli, Bali offers many opportunities for visitors to connect with nature, culture and spirituality in a healing and rejuvenating way. At the BBTF2023 annual event, we proudly present quality and sustainable tourism as we believe is the future: Bangli is one of the best local values and healing interaction, learn more and preserve this beautiful culture” Putu Winastra, the main committee of BBTF 2023 and ASITA Bali Chapter Head stated.
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