Saturday, January 9, 2010

Hello blogger!
I've been so long didn't update my blog. And I'm so sorry   

This semester will be a very busy semester for me. Because, there will be a national examination!!!     So, I must focus to my study .
So, for this semester, I'll rarely update my blog    

Well, that's all I can say, I hope I can perfectly pass the exam!


Bedugul Botanical Garden

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Bedugul Botanical Garden or Kebun Raya Eka Karya is a beautiful tropical garden which is located in Tabanan Regency. It was built on July 15, 1959. In Bedugul Botanical Garden, there are various collections of tropical plants. They are cactus which is specially placed in Cactus Greenhouse, the ferns, orchids, roses, palms, bamboos, and some collections of medical plants. Bedugul Botanical Garden also provides 3 temples –as the places to pray specially for Hindus– and a guest-house for the scientists who are doing observation.

For you who love challenging games, you can try Bali Treetop Adventure. It’s one of the facilities of this garden. It’s a attractive games on the tree which has 6 different levels, from the lowest are yellow, green, orange, blue, red, and black. Each level has different difficulty, the highest level, black, has location of 20 meters high from the ground.

Bedugul botanical garden has close location to Beratan Lake dan Buyan Lake. When you come here and go to the area near the guest house, you can enjoy the beautiful scene of Buyan Lake. And if you are lucky, you also can enjoy the beautiful rainbow that appeared after the rain which sometimes appears here.
I hope this information will be useful, thank you :)


Tanah Lot

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Tanah Lot is one of tourism-place you must visit when you come to Bali :) Tanah Lot is a beach which is located in Beraban Village in Tabanan Regency. Tanah Lot has very beautiful scenery when the sunset comes.

According to Balinese Myth, in 15th century, Dang Hyang Nirartha traveled along south coast and found this beautiful place. So he rested here, and some fishermen found him. Then he told the fishermen to build a temple to be a holy place to worship the Balinese Sea Gods.
In the caves of the rock, there many holly snake live. They are believed to protect the temple from the evil spirit. Some of the snakes are also poisonous. If you want to touch the holly snakes that live in the cave, you have to donate voluntarily for the development of the temple.
To reach the temple, we have to walk through a traditional Balinese markets. The markets sold some Balinese handicrafts. Some restaurants are also available on the way to reach the temple. There's also a place to take some photos with a big python or a bat.
By the way, don't forget to taste traditional Indonesian food called "klepon".  It's round-shaped, which often has green color and covered by grated coconut. It's delicious :D

So, when you visit Bali, don't forget to visit Tanah Lot and have an unforgetable moment here :)

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About This Blog

My name is riya, I'm now 13 years old. I made this blog in December 2009. This blog was made with the aim of telling my experience during my stay in Bali. I'm Balinese, but when i was child, i didn't stay in Bali. And now, I live in Bali. I think Bali is very beautiful! Therefore, I made this blog so that the others who want to know about Bali can also know about Bali, though only via the Internet. I hope you enjoy reading it :)

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