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Tamblingan Lake, Buleleng

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  • Took a canoe across the lake to see the temple. It was a very misty morning and looked amazing. Some people offer a trek through the jungle first, but you do not actually have to do this to take a can...  more »
  • There are actually two lakes side by side in this area. Local Balinese would say twin lake. One is Lake Buyan, a bigger one, and the other one is Lake Tamblingan. These lakes create quite a magnificen...  more »
  • Trekking through the tropical rainforest that borders Danau Buyan and Danau Tamblingan. Undisturbed for centuries by outside influences, nature has been left to run its course in this spectacular area...  more »
  • One the three lakes in Bedugul, conserved forest, Tamblingan temple Lake Tamblingan is one the three lakes in Bedugul area, next to lake Buyan. It is around 20 minutes ride from Lake Bratan. Tamblingan is derived from Tamba (cure, heal) and Eling (spiritual awareness). Lake Tamblingan is a conserved area, surrounded by forest and bordered by mountains, very few development in the area, so do not expect the place to be a touristy places crowded with hotel, cafes and shops. There were almost none. By the lake is the large three tower Tamblingan temple. An interesting architecture for photography, although the complex is a simple rectangle shaped temple walled with stone bricks. Regular visitors are prohibited to enter into the inner part of the temple. Beyond the lake to the mountain, there are over 10 temples including Pura Endek, Pura Sang Hyang Kawuh, Pura Tirta Mengening, Pura Naga Loka (dragon realms) and temples at the top of mountains. The place has an air of being mystical. Drawbacks : place is dirty, with plastic garbages and food wastes. The lakeshore is a swamp, not suitable for walking. Some teenagers use the plain grassland as motorbike trekking/racing track right in front of the main temple.
  • Great view of the across street lake!
  • Beautiful mountain lake and twin twins .... yuk jawani
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