Kintamani Penelokan Village – A trip to Bali is not complete if you don’t visit the area of Kintamani, Bangli. The mountainous area which has a distance of about 1400 meters above sea level. From the position of the mountains, this area is very cold if it is compared to some places in Bali.
Kintamani Penelokan village which is the most frequently visited by domestic and foreign tourists. Because of this village, we can see the various natural beauty in Kintamani like Mount Batur and Lake Batur. A lot of tourists who come to this village is for the purpose of simply enjoying lunch while looking at the mountain and lake Batur accompanied with cool atmosphere.
You have to spend around 90 minutes from Denpasar or 120 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport. There, you will find a lot of restaurants and hotels. The most popular menu there is a tilapia fish caught directly from Lake Batur.
In the restaurants there, you will be given a comfortable seat that provide you a view of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. You can enjoy delicious food dishes, coupled with the background scenery of the marvelous nature.
Meaning of word of village ‘Penelokan’ itself is the place to be seen, so it is just as the name implies Penelokan village a place suitable and very appropriate to visit. Actually, in the Kintamani area there are 3 main villages including Penelokan, Batur, Kintamani and there are several ancient villages in Area Lake Batur is often called the Village Baliaga.
With an altitude of 1400 meters above sea level, making Penelokan village have cold air and cool. The tourists are very happy with the air like in Kintamani, they like have eliminated the bustle of the urban with the natural nan breath of fresh air in this Penelokan village.
Other destinations in Kintamani, you can visit the place Bungkah Toya hot water bath near Lake Batur. Additionally, you can also visit the village Baliaga in Trunyan with by renting a boat from Kedisan Trunyan location because it is in the east of the lake and will be easy to reach via the crossing of the lake.