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Bedugul Botanical Garden

Indonesia's largest botanical garden is located 1300m above sea level, overlooking Bratan Lake, and the Ulun Danu temple. It boasts around 21,000 specimens of plant and animal life, and many traditional and ceremonial plants.

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Bali Treetop Adventure Park
The treetop adventure park is an outdoor ropes course set in the sprawling botanical gardens. See nature from a new perspective, and challenge your family and friends to a race through the treetops!
Candi Kuning Market
This bustling, traditional market sells all kinds of tropical fruit that are famous in Bali. You can also pick up other fresh produce, including all kinds of herbs and spices... it's a real feast for the senses.
Lake Bratan
Lake Bratan is sacred to the Balinese, for the crucial irrigation it provides to the centre of the island. It is also a favourite spot of many visitors, described as one of the 20 most beautiful lakes in the world by the Huffington Post. the temple Pura Ulun Danu on its shore adds to the beauty of the area.
Pura Ulun Danu
This gorgeous lakeside temple was built in the 1640's and dedicated to the Balinese water, lake and river goddess, Dewi Danu. This is due to the importance and life-giving waters of Lake Bratan. The breathtaking combination of temple, lake and mountains is a once-in-a-lifetime sight.
Singaraja
The ancient colonial capital of Bali, now known as Singaraja or 'Lion King,' boasts sleepy tree-lined boulevard and old colonial residences, and is the second largest city in Bali.
Git Git Waterfall
A secluded spot where you can plunge into the cooling pool at the foot of the 80m long waterfall. It is an easy walk from the road, although for more adventurous hikers, the Mekalongan fall is a short hike further on.

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