Organize Tour and Adventure in Bali

Badung Regency

Information About Places of Interest in Badung Regency

Badung Regency is a district located in the province of Bali, Indonesia. This area which also includes Kuta and Nusa Dua is a famous tourist attraction. Popular and popular beach destinations are South Bali, or southern Badung, making it a mandatory tour destination on the island of Bali. It is not surprising that Badung Regency is one of the richest districts in the province of Bali and its tourism is the largest contributor to the regional budget for the province of Bali. What is interesting is that Badung has a variety of areas. Badung has many tourist attractions in it. Many beautiful beaches are lined up there along with white sand which adds to the attraction of tourists. On this page we explain the tourism objects in Badung regency, and we will always update the information if there are new tourism objects that are opened in Badung regency.

Information About Tourist Destination Based on Badung Regency

Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Badung Regency | Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue is located in Bukit Unggasan - Jimbaran, Bali. This statue stands tall within the Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park complex and is the work of a famous Balinese sculptor. The GWK statue is only a landmark in this area which is referred to as a cultural park. The land for GWK is planned to be 220 hectares. However, about 60 hectares were successfully acquired. GWK has a weight of 3,000 tons and a height of 121 meters

Pandawa Beach

Badung Regency | Pandawa Beach

Pandawa Beach is one of the tourist areas in the village of Kutuh, Badung, Bali. This Pandawa beach or known as Secret beach is located behind the hills and is often referred to as the Secret Beach. Around this beach there are two very large cliffs which on one side are carved five Pandawa and Kunti statues. Located behind a very high limestone cliff and from the top of the cliff you will be able to see the beautiful view of the Indian Ocean

Taman Ayun Temple

Badung Regency | Taman Ayun Temple

Taman Ayun Temple is located in the village of Mengwi, Badung, Bali, which is the Pura Paibon of Raja Mengwi to worship the ancestral spirits of the kings which was manifested by the construction of a Paibon gedong, and also built meru-meru for worship and worship of the gods for the community. Taman Ayun Temple are historical remains of the Mengwi kingdom. In 2012, Unesco designated Taman Ayun Temple as part of a world cultural heritage site.

Uluwatu Temple

Badung Regency | Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple is located in Pacatu Village, Uluwatu, Badung, Bali. The temple also known by tourist as Rocky Cliff Temple due the location of the temple is very unique, standing firmly on the rock cliff with a height of approximately 97 meters from below and facing ocean makes this temple very beautiful, the rocky cliffs around the temple provide a very extraordinary view and really spoil the eyes of the tourists who visit it and is one of the Sad Kahyangan Temples

Kecak and Fire Dance

Badung Regency | Kecak and Fire Dance

The Kecak dance, commonly called the Cak Dance or Fire Dance, is a mass entertainment performance dance that depicts the art of acting and is not accompanied by a musical instrument or gamelan but only accompanied by a chorus of a group of male dancers totaling around 70 people lining up in a circle wearing kamben (sarong) which is which is colored black and white squares like a chessboard will make sound like acapela with word 'cak cak cak cak'.

Water Blow Nusa Dua

Badung Regency | Water Blow Nusa Dua

Bali Water Blow is a tourist attraction to see the view of the waves crashing against the rocks on the cliffs of the beach at nusa dua village, causing large bursts that can be interesting photo objects. Water Blow Nusa Dua is located in the Bali Tourism Development Corporation (BTDC) area. Uniquely, before it became a tourist attraction, this area was only in the form of coral cliffs which were considered dangerous by local residents.