Elephant Cave – Samuan Tiga Temple – Gunung Kawi Temple – Tirta Empul – Kintamani – Tegalalang.
The origin of the cave is uncertain. One tales relates that it was created by the fingernail of the legendary giant Kebo Iwa.
it probably dates back to the 11th century at the time of the Majapahit takeover of Bali
Samuan Tiga Temple
Samuan Tiga offers unique architecture and a stunning view, flanked by two rivers, the Pande and Tegending, on the east side and the remains of an ancient pool on the west side, with sacred Banyan, Pule and Curiga trees growing around the site.
Gunung Kawi Temple
This is one of Bali´s oldest, most charming and certainly largest ancient monuments. Gunung Kawi consists of 10 rock–cut candi ( shrines ),memorials cut out of the rock face in imitation of actual statues. They stand in 7 meters high sheltered niches cut into the sheer cliff face.
The name Tirta Empul is derives from the large spring in the center of the temple. "Tirta" means holy water and Empul "means spring" so Tirta Empul is holy water spring.
The temple was built around 960 AD during the rule of Candra Bayasinga king from the Warmadewa dynasty.
Kintamani (Lake Batur)
Kintamani is a little town which was very nice view of mount and Lake Batur.
Batur at glace, the village of Batur used to be down in the crater after eruption in 1917. In 1926 it erupted again, so the village and Ulun Danu temple were moved up to the crater rim.
A wood carving village that produce beautiful painted birds, frogs, garudas, flowers and tropical fruit.
This village has spectacular view of roadside rice terrace.