Batur Natural Hot Spring | Bali Places to Visit


Batur-Natural-Hot-Spring-Toya-Bungkah-Tempat-Wisata-Di-Bali Kintamani is one of the famous tourist destinations in Bali offering scenic panorama of Mount Batur and Lake Batur. Kintamani also offers a natural hot spring located close from Lake Batur, aside used for recreation, the nature hot spring of Mount Batur is also believed to have medicinal properties for curing diseases, especially skin diseases.

Batur Natural Hot Spring Location

Toya-Bungkah-Hot-SpringThis hot spring is located in Toyabungkah area, Batur Village, Bangli Regency and about 2 hours from Ngurah Rai International Airport by car. Toyabungkah is come from two words those are Toya and Bungkah. Toya means water and Bungkah means rocks, so Toyabungkah means the water come from the rocks of Mount Batur.

At Batur Natural Hot Spring, you can feel the hot water shower sensation with temperature about 38-39 Celsius degrees. In addition to refresh your body and mind, a hot shower at this place believed has efficacious for the treatment of diseases, particularly skin diseases.

natural-hot-springYou can see the panoramic view of Batur Lake from the swimming pool. Some people are seen fishing on the lake side. There some of floating cages can be found in surrounding area as a place to breed Tilapia fish. Not surprisingly, one of the most popular dishes in this location is Tilapia fishes.

You can eat some foods when swimming in the pool while enjoy the beautiful panorama of surrounding area. Several ‘Bales’ (a traditional building for resting )  also available around the pool. On the left side of the swimming pool, there are water shower facilities and a small lake for anyone who wants to enjoy the warm water.

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It is recommended place to visit in Bali when you got holidays in this island of god where you just book your trip through a reliable travel agents. I believe your trip will be awesome and great experience.

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