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SINGARAJA / BULELENG REGENCY
 
Some six miles south of Singaraja on the way to Denpasar lies the Gitgit Waterfall, Bali's highest waterfall, where the inviting cool waters of the river below are worth a dip into. Tourists looking for a quiet beach resort can head 6 miles west from Singaraja along the coastal road to Lovina, a long stretch of beach now full with hotels and bungalows. The black sand beach is safe and a perfect place for swimming and snorkeling. Lovina also offers dolphin watching early at sunrise, and from this point you can conveniently explore northern areas of Bali.

Another six miles west from Lovina, the coastal road passes through the small towns of Banjar and Seririt. Banjar is home to the only Buddhist monastery on Bali, built in the early 1970's by Addhamma Kovida Vicitta Bhanaka Girirakkhitto Mahatera, the chief monk at the monastery, but was almost completely destroyed during the 1976 earthquake. The monastery, a blend of Balinese and mainland south-east Asian architecture, offers a stunning panorama down to the sea. The village of Banjar also offers hot springs visited by both local people and foreign tourists. Up the road, driving from the dry coastal area to increasingly lush landscapes, you will arrive at the small village of Pedawa, with unique shrines made from bamboo.

From Seririt, a road branches the inland and southwards you come across the most beautiful rice terraces in the island at Busung Biu and Pupuan. At Mayong a mountain road will take you back to the Bedugul Hill area via Munduk and to Tamblingan and Buyan lakes located in the midst of rainforest. Munduk is an eco-tourism hill resort with no less than six waterfalls as well as treks to the pristine Tamblingan Lake and nearby mountain, rainforest and plantation areas. Visitors can stay at Bukit Jegeg Cottages, a first class boutique hotel set amidst lush vegetation.
 
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