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Lovina Beach is the most famous tourist area in the north of Bali, offering the spectacle of dolphin watching in the calm sea. The beach, of grey and black volcanic sand, is situated on the coast of Singaraja Regency. The sea is very calm here, and coconut palms grow all along the beachfront. There are many hotels, restaurants and shops supporting this area as an alternative to the more touristy south.



These hot springs are located near the village of Banjar in the north of Bali, where the original hot water from the mountain flows down to the public bathing area. Designed with a number of different pools and showers, the two main warm-water ponds make Banjar hot springs an ideal place for bathing. The water is warm, green and slightly sulphurous, very soft to touch and considered by the Balinese to be holy. The original source is Mount Batukaru, where the water takes on its brimstone character, and the baths are also visited by many local people.

Brahma Arama Wihara (Buddhist monastery)

Bali's single Buddhist monastery, only vaguely Buddhistic in appearance, with colourful decorations, a bright orange roof and statues of Buddha, has very Balinese decorative carvings and door guardians. It is quite a handsome structure in a impressive location, with views that reach down into the valley and across the rice fields to the sea.