Kintamani, the place where makes anyone visited fall in love
Kintamani is a village in the caldera of Mount Batur. Kintamani, which is part of the Bangli district, is another region of Bali that does not have a beach as a tourist attraction, instead opting for a lake and volcano. The weather is pretty beautiful and cool because the site is fairly high.
The main tourist attractions are located near Batur Lake and Penelokan Village. Tourists may get amazing views of Mount Batur's top crater, which is still considered an active volcano, from this location. Aside from that, Kintamani is home to a number of sacred temples. Pura Ulun Danu Batur, the second most sacred temple after Pura Besakih, is one of them.
Complement your trip with a stop at the Gunungapi Batur Museum, where you can learn more about geology. In addition, you will be able to see stones derived from the volcano, as well as some of the equipment used by the scientist for the investigation, as well as a description of the research.
Denpasar and Kuta aren't the only places to visit in Bali. There are many great places to see in this area. Kintamani, a village in the north of East Bali, is one of them. This village will be a great site to see the other side of Bali by way of the highlands. Aside from Mount Batur and Lake Batur, Kintamani is home to a number of well-preserved traditional villages. Kintamani is around a two-hour drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Meanwhile, driving from any famous tourist location in South Bali to this village will take around 2 hours. Kintamani's weather is cool due to its location in the highlands. It is usually around 15 degrees Celsius cooler than the shore, and it is even cooler at night.
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