Bali is not only about sun, sand, and sea. It is also about magnificent cultural heritage. This adventure will take you to the beauty of Balinese historical landscape in Buleleng, North Bali! Ready to be amazed?

1. Lake Tamblingan

Lake Tamblingan is a caldera in Buleleng Regency is surrounded by ancient Balinese temples and lush forests. This place is designated as a spiritual area and the best time to visit is at the break of dawn. Take a deep breath and witness the beautiful morning mist in magical Lake Tamblingan!

2. Brahmavihara-Arama Buddhist Monastery

Brahmavihara-Arama is Bali’s largest Buddhist Monastery located up in the hills at Banjar Tegeha, Buleleng. The monastery open 1970 with numerous meditation rooms that are used for self-cultivation and a place for one to find inner peace. With the beautiful gardens and buildings, Brahmavihara-Arama Buddhist Monastery is more than an impressive mini replica of the world’s largest Buddhist archaeological site Borobudur Temple. This place offers you both sightseeing and self-reflection moment.

3. Buleleng’s Endek Fabrics

Balinese Endek is one of the most popular textiles on the island. It represents a person’s social status and is worn by the Balinese in every religious ritual and special occasions. The making of Endek takes love, patience, and dedication.

4. Buleleng Festival

It’s the annual festival in North Bali you can not miss! The event is held to showcase North Bali’s beautiful arts, dances, culinary, local industries and musical performances. The must-visit festival while you visit Bali!

5. Beji Temple

Beji Temple is large and beautiful temple complex in the North of Bali. It was built in the 15th Century to worship the fertility goddess “Dewi Sri”. With mesmerizing architecture in the middle of natural splendor and it’s a perfect spot for every art lover out there.

What more would you like to see from North Bali?