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Brahma Vihara Arama Buddhist Monastery
The entrance is very simple with typical Balinese carvings and you can never imagine such a magnificient architecture inside the premises.
It is beautiful place, totally worth to see it. Usually not so crowded as other places. Really calm, peaceful point in Bali. You can see it this place Balinese elements and Hindu) in Buddhist temple (for examples gate – totallyBalinese look like). It is goodlesson of ecumenism of religions. At the back there are “miniature” of one of the most…
This monastery is quite nice. Its built on a hill, so expect to climb a lot of steps. When you arrive, there is scooter parking inside (for 1,000 rupiah) and sarongs are out the front. There is no set fee for entry, just a donation which is at your discretion. Well worth the climb right to the top, very beautiful.
Brahma Vihara Arama Monestry is a place of peace, tranquility, serenity, harmony and beauty. It is high in the hills over looking Lovina and very worth a visit Buddhist or not. It radiates an air of calm and peace. Sarongs are available at the entry point along with a donation box, as entry is free.
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Gede Suyasa, Chairman of Buleleng Festival 2015 – better known as Bulfest 2015 – , informed the press on 30 July, that no less than 84 cultural troupes will perform at the Festival who have have been carefully selected by the Office of Culture and Tourism of Buleleng and the Council for the Development of Culture (Lastibya) of Buleleng.
The cultural troupes will appear on three separate locations, these are on the main stage at Tugu Singa Ambara Raja, at the Sasana Budaya and at the Puri Kanginan, Each offer different performances and these will also be different from those brought in the past years at Bulfest.
At the opening of Bulfest 2015 on 4th August, some 20 groups will together give a spectacular rendition of gong kebyar bringing the well known musical accompaniment to the Wiranjaya dance and the Teruna Jaya dance.
To further add to the Festival’s gaiety there will be 46 kiosks selling a variety of culinary delights, a great deal more compared to the 28 kiosks last year.
“If formerly these were placed in front of the Local Parliamentary Building of Buleleng, but with increased popularity of Bulfest, these will now take up the entire road of Jalan Veteran allotted specially for Food stands”.
Although the Festival will be centered around the Singa Ambara Raja monument, there will be no less fascinating side events at the Sasana Budaya Cultural Building and at Puri Kanginan, reiterated Gede Suyasa, who is also Head of the Buleleng Culture and Tourism Office.
For more details log on to : www.bulelengfestival.com
Author http://www.indonesia.travel.com, 3 August 2015.
Access on 8 August 2015.