Gianyar Regency is one of the districts out of 9 districts / cities in Bali Province which is rich in diversity of arts, customs and cultures which are still developing and sustainable until now, so that it is known as the district of arts. Gianyar is a regency in Bali. This district is the center of the carving culture in Bali. In this area inhabited by humans since 2000 years ago, many sites and relics were found in ancient times. Among them are stone, metal, bronze, and reliefs. The development of tourism in Gianyar Regency which is community-based, sustainable has global competitiveness, based on "Tri Hita Karana", namely the good relationship between humans and creators, human relations with others and human relations with nature. This place that attracts tourists has a lot of history. In addition, this place has grown a lot of artists. Various tourist objects in the area are beaches, temples, and many more. The tourism development that is being developed in Gianyar regency is "Cultural Tourism" which has a Hinduism breath which is supported by the development of the agricultural sector in a broad sense and other supporting industries. The carrying capacity of the agricultural sector in this case is like the existence of subak as a legacy of our ancestors which is still sustainable with an irrigation system that is still alive as a traditional organizational structure.
Barong and Keris Dance is said to be an art that is part of the repertoire of pre-Hindu culture in Bali besides the Sanghyang dance. Both are religious and sacred in nature which were originally performed as a means of religious ceremonies. Barong dance is a traditional Balinese dance which is still being preserved until now. The Balinese Barong dance is an ancestral artistic heritage originating from pre-Hindu culture.
Batuan Painting Village is located in Sukawati sub-district, Gianyar regency, with lowlands, while the boundaries of Batuan village are Batuan Kaler Village, Sukawati Village, Singapadu Village and Petanu Village. The history of Batuan Village starts from the reign of the Warmadewa dynasty in Bali, Batuan Village as the village of Baturan. The name Baturan was eventually called Batuan, which comes from the city where lot of Batu (stone)
Celuk Silver Village is a village with traditional nuances located near Ubud in Gianyar Regency, where the Celuk village is famous for its silver crafts village, where the majority of the population in this village have been silver craftsmen from generation to generation. In addition to silver crafts in the village of Celuk, there are also very beautiful gold crafts art. The existence of Celuk Village is now fully documented in a book entitled "Jewelry of Bali".
Goa Gajah is located in Banjar Goa, Bedulu Village, Blahbatuh, Gianyar which is one of the historical caves and has been recognized by the UN World Organization (UNESCO) to be one of the world heritages. This holy place is often referred to as the Elephant Cave Temple. This Goa Gajah complex contains Hindu and Buddhist relics, because in the cave there is a lingga yoni (symbol of Shiva) and a picture of Ganesha which is a Hindu heritage
Gunung Kawi Sebatu Gianyar Temple is located in the Banjar Sebatu area, Sebatu Village, Tegalalang, Gianyar, Bali. This spiritual tourism object has an area of 5000 square meters and has been visited by tourists since the 1970s. Until now, there are still many tourists who come to visit. This temple is very rich with water, water sources, water pools, all of which are arranged very artistically to celebrate Hyang Widi's gift in his manifestation as Hyang Wisnu
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang is located Banjar Wangbung, Gianyar City is a natural charm where the view of the rocks eroded by water and creates exotic rocks, where this object is very beautiful when photographed, where the rocks eroded by water emit very beautiful and desirable color gradations. In photographic circles, this place initially became popular from a photo uploaded on the internet by tourist, where because of the beauty of the photo,
Sukawati Art Market located in the village of Sukawati, Gianyar, is a traditional market that sells all handicrafts at low prices, as for the goods sold do not include prices, and it takes bargaining skills to get goods at low prices. The Sukawati market is not much different from the famous Ubud market, because the goods sold are almost the same. In the sukawati market building there are many shops next to each other where all of them sell handicraft products
Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a famous tourist attraction for the beauty of its terraced rice fields, located in Ceking, Tegalalang, Ubud, Bali. many tourists who travel to Ubud stop by this place to witness the beautiful views of verdant terraced rice fields or have lunch at the restaurant while enjoying the beautiful views of the terraced rice fields. located in the village of Ubud, which is located in the cool hilly area of Central Bali,
Tegenungan Waterfall is a waterfall located in Kemenuh Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, 30 km from Denpasar City. This waterfall has a height of 15 meters. Although not so high, the water discharge is very heavy. The water is also clean and clear. This waterfall has such a dazzling beauty. Visitors are very interested in exploring more deeply the charm of this waterfall. There are various steps to the river if you want to see the waterfall.
Tirta Empul Temple is located in the upstream of Pakerisan River, Manukaya Village, Tampaksiring, Gianyar which is famous for its holy water where Balinese Hindus seek purification. Tirta Empul Temple is one of the important temples in Bali which is used by Hindus for ceremonial processes of purification such as melasti and melukat, not infrequently the tourists who visit are also interested in joining the purification in the pool
Ubud Art Market is a traditional art market located in the middle of Ubud village, its existence is not much different from other markets available in the tourism area. Ubud Market is the economic center of the Ubud community and is very much in accordance with the existence of the Ubud Kingdom which is called Puri Saren. The market that stretches from west to east is divided into two groups for different purposes.
Ubud Monkey Forest also known as a Mandala Wisata Wenara Wana is a nature reserve and temple complex in Ubud, Bali. This area is home to some 340 monkeys known as long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). There are four groups of macaques, each occupying a different area in the park. The Sacred Monkey Forest is already a popular tourist attraction in Ubud, and Ubud is often visited by more than 10,000 tourists a month
Ubud Palace officially known as Puri Saren, is a historical building complex located in Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali, Indonesia. The palace is the official residence of the Ubud royal family in the 17th century. Currently, Puri Saren Agung functions as a center for traditional Balinese arts. Although the castle building is a relic of the past, it is still maintained until now. Physical form is no different from the past.