Want to explore Bali with many destinations all at once in one place? You can visit a place complete with tourist attractions called Bedugul. It lies between the border of Tabanan and Buleleng region. From the capital city of Denpasar to this site can be reached within approximately two hours or within about 90 km through the highway Denpasar to Singaraja direction. Bedugul is the name of both a small city and a mountain-lake resort area, which Balinese have long used for weekend retreats. Bedugul is an excellent base for walking trips around the lakes and surrounding hills. Bedugul is located in a high plateau at the center of the Island. Cool air and mists are natural for the place. Bedugul is a resort in Beratan Mountains,Beratan Lake and also the Ulun Danu.
Bedugul is a favorite place for Balinese family for weekend picnic. Bedugul is also a center of horticulture. We'll find plenty of fruits and vegetables here. Here we find 3 of Bali 4 lakes, Bratan, Buyan, and Tamblingan. Bratan, the largest of the three is perfect place for water sports such as para sailing, motor boating, jet skiing, water skiing, canoeing, etc. Bedugul fertile soil also produced abundance of plants and trees, some of them formed rain forests with their exotic birds, monkeys, and other creatures.
Before arrived at Bedugul or enter the gateway to Pacung Village, Baturiti Sub-district, the air is getting colder and sometimes foggy and often raining, because the region is at an altitude between 1250-1400 meters above sea level. Along the road Pacung Village between Bedugul there are many hotels for stay overnight and a few restaurants. Tourism objects are located in Bedugul tourist area, among others;
Beratan Lake – at Bedugul tourist areas there are three lakes is Lake Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan. Beratan Lake is a lake that first passed when you come from Denpasar and about 300 meters from the Bedugul Botanical Garden. The lake is located on the right road when heading Singaraja. Beratan, the largest of the three is perfect place for water sports such as para sailing, motor boating, jet skiing, water skiing, canoeing, etc. Bedugul fertile soil also produced abundance of plants and trees, some of them formed rain forests with their exotic birds, monkeys, and other creatures.
Ulun Danu – is an amazing temple, which seems to have risen out of Beratan Lake 1,200 metres above sea level. There are many water sports available here are boating, water skiing, and parasailing. When the heat and humidity are get, why not escape to Bedugul. Bali's highland retreat has tucked into the crater of an extinct volcano 1400 meters above sea level. Here three lakes provide everything from recreation to the water for springs, rivers and rice fields below. Lush pine forests seem to create freshness in the air. Bedugul is known for the quality of its fruit, vegetables and flowers. There are several places to stay near the lake and there is also an interesting temple, botanical gardens, an excellent golf course and a variety of activities on Beratan Lake itself.
How to Get There
Bedugul is located about 50 km north of Denpasar on a main route from South Bali to North Bali. The area is served by regular bemos which depart from Batubulan terminal in Denpasar in the south, and from Singaraja in the north. The Perama bus company has no local office in Bedugul so if you planning go further from Bedugul, buy ticket in Kuta, Ubud or elsewhere. A common way for visitors to appreciate this beautiful mountain region is to hire a car and driver for the day from their base in South Bali. Make sure you have a driver who knows the area well (ask questions to determine this), and fix the price for the day in advance.
Another option is to hire your own car and drive up here. Be sure to bring a good map though, and when in doubt, always ask locals for directions.
- Eka Karya Botanical Garden
- Candi Kuning Market
- Beratan Lake
- Buyan Lake
- Tamblingan Lake
- Munduk Sari Golden Village
- Bali Danau Buyan Resort
- Puri Sunny Hotel
- Annaheim Villa Lake Buyan.
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