Sacred Mountain Sanctuary

Banjar Budamanis, Sidemen, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Sidemen

    Bangli Temple and Sidemen Terraces

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 23, 2014

    60 photos

    Guest post by Keith:

    After some last minute shopping in Ubud, we headed onward to Bangli, a Balinese temple en route to Sidemen. Bangli is beautiful and a bit mysterious with some uncertain facts: for example, the giant banyan tree inside the temple is, as we learned, between 200 to 400 to 700 to unknown years old, and the small shrine inside the tree is used possibly for weddings or funerals, ...


    A travel blog entry by travelinglisa on Nov 03, 2013

    1 comment, 42 photos

    ... sidewalks and streets were under a good 6” of water. I almost got knocked down by the current while crossing the street. Crazy!

    There’s a big lake by the Mt. Batur volcano where I went to canoeing there. We had to put the canoes on our heads and walk down slippery steps along a mucky drainage ditch to put them in the water (why is this part never in the brochure?). The lake was supposedly formed when a Balinese god realized the people of Bali needed ...

    East Bali Day Trip

    A travel blog entry by stuartleigh1 on Aug 29, 2013

    19 photos

    ... I did have to look that up) nine centuries ago. The Goa Lawah temple is situated on a slight embankment and the name comes from the thousands bats that are living at the ceiling and walls of the cave.The cave is also said to lead all the way to Pura Goa in Besakih, some 18 miles away, but nobody in recent times has volunteered to confirm this since the fruit bats provide sustenance for the legendary giant snake, Naga Basuki, which is also believed to live in the ...

    Weaver's and Holy Temple

    A travel blog entry by debrichtravels on Jul 16, 2013

    1 photo

    ... an hour...and an adventure on these narrow & winding roads! Shared by dogs...sleeping on the rad, motor scooters carrying 1-3 people...sometimes the riders & drivers are younger than ten. Oh, and the trucks & cars that just STOP to do their business. And people walking on the road with baskets of produce balanced on their heads, or bundles of long grass to take home to their cows. It all works! Everyone weaves, ...

    The retreat begins...

    A travel blog entry by debrichtravels on Jul 15, 2013

    3 photos

    ... convey to you the sound of the breeze, the smell of the flowers...surrounded by the rice fields and mountains. The trees outside the dining area are full of papaya & coconuts. There is a beautiful pool that is spring fed & always refreshing. It was feeling so perfect! Then I stepped onto the wet shower floor...whoosh, and I was down:-( Think I've sprained my ...