The Batur Vulcano is the best vulcano in this island to visit.  Start your hike  to the top in early morning and feel the warm sunrire with balinese black coffee once you arrive to stop and capture the moment.

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Kintamani

Kintamani is a favorite tourist destinations in Bali with the active volcano of mount Batur and beautiful lake. Kintamani is surrounded by the beautiful view and there are six ancient villages around cauldron of Batur Lake which is often conceived by Bali Age Village. The local people from these Bali Age villages own the unique cultures, houses and life style.

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Kintamani Area consists of some Villages those are:

  • Kedisan Village ,
  • Buahan,
  • Abang,
  • Trunyan,
  • Songan,
  • South Batur,
  • Middle Batur,
  • North Batur,
  • Sukawana and
  • Kintamani Village .

The total of resident in these area are about 15 thousand who are mostly working as farmers, merchants, or work in industrial tourism.

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Kintamani Volcano and Batur Lake

Mount Batur is located at Kintamani and it has erupted about 24 times since year 1800 and still active up to now. Since the mount erupting, it has impacted the local society life around this mount, like removing the altar (Temple), improve or repairing the village and re-arrange the tradition. Lake Batur is the biggest lake in Bali and functions as an irrigation source to all farmers around it and for the general Bali people around it.

Kintamani and Penelokan Village has some lodging, hotels and restaurants. This area is a famous tourist attraction because Kintamani area owns the beautiful panorama and it is encircled by the cold atmosphere. Kintamani is a Place to Visit in Bali

The best time to visit Kintamani is around 10:00 am until 15:00 pm especially if there is fine weather where the entire Kintamani area will be able to be seen clearly. Generally, all tourists who pay a visit to this place will arrive in the day time where they can enjoy the panorama or enjoy the lunch in the local restaurant with lake view.

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