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Paintings of Bali have experienced remarkable evolution. Traditional another means of expressing religious and mythological ideas, paiting of Bali have been subjected to a number of influences,including deef interaction with Western painter who came and lived in Bali.
TAMAN AYUN TEMPLE
Taman Ayun Temple is a Royal Temple of Mengwi Empire and it is located in Mengwi Village, Mengwi sub district, Badung regency and about 18 Km north side of Denpasar town. It is strategically located beside of major roadway between Denpasar to Singaraja. It is set on the land which is surrounded by the big fish pond and look like a drift on the water. It owns the beautiful temple building with multistoried roof and Balinese Architecture. The wide beautiful landscape garden in front courtyard to welcome all visitors who come and visit this temple. It is a beautiful place to visit on your vacation in Bali.
PEJATEN [ CERAMIC HANDMADE
Potters were excluded in the past from traditional Balinese village, as they were consider unclean. Therefore they stayed together and live in special village, such as Pejaten, in Tabanan district. These people were poor, they owned only the land that they live on and had no rice field. Every family had its own small pottery. The pots were made by hand, on a slow hand- wheel. They were fired on an open fire, covered by rice straw. The product, mostly cooking and stored vessel, but also ceremonial ware for their temples, were carried to nearby markets to be sold. With the introduction of plastic and aluminum the demand for ceramic pot decline rapidly.
TANAH LOT TEMPLE
An excessively popular day trip, Pura Tanah Lot is the most visited and photographed temple in Bali, especially at sunset when crowds and traffic overwhelm the site. However, it has all the authenticity of a stage set – even the tower of rock that the temple sits upon is an artful reconstruction (the entire structure was crumbling) and over one-third of the rock is artificial.
For the Balinese, Pura Tanah Lot is one of the most important and venerated sea temples. Like Pura Luhur Ulu Watu, at the tip of the southern Bukit Peninsula, and Pura Rambut Siwi to the west, it is closely associated with the Majapahit priest Nirartha. It’s said that each of the sea temples was intended to be within sight of the next, so they formed a chain along Bali’s southwestern coast – from Pura Tanah Lot you can usually see the clifftop site of Pura Ulu Watu far to the south, and the long sweep of sea shore west to Perancak, near Negara.
GOA LAWAH [ BATS CAVE TEMPLE ]
Goa Lawah is a unique Hindu temple set in front of the cliff rock hill called Bukit Tengah, set at Pesinggahan Village, Dawan District and Klungkung Regency or about 50 km from Denpasar City to the east side direction. On the north side of the main temple area, there is a nature cave dwelt by thousand of bats.