Things To Do
Campuhan Hill Located in Ubud-Gianyar, Bali, Campuhan Hill is a right place to become one of your main choices when you visit Ubud area. The rice fields in Bali are the most incredible bright green.
Campuhan Hill is near with Lebah Mount Temple and Neka Gallery, Sangingan. Green grass, fresh air and off course a beautiful view from the top of a hill are the characteristic of Campuhan Hill.
It’s a slightly steep climb at the beginning but should not be a challenge for most people. From the top you can to look at all the villas & hotels clinging to the west side of the way.
|Legian Art Market|
If you do not have time to visit the famous Sukawati Art Market in Gianyar, the Legian Art Market may be an option for shopping for souvenirs. Legian Art Market is strategically located in Melasti Street, Legian, right beside The Losari Hotel & Villas. The market is teeming with a variety of shops offering Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs such as T-shirts, hats, trousers, accessories, bags, paintings, wooden sculptures, trinkets and jewelry.
In this area there are many hotels you can to choose, including The Losari Hotels & Villas, Wida Hotel, Rivavi Hotel, Casa Padma Hotel, The Loka Hotel, and many more.
|Taman Ayun Temple|
Taman Ayun Temple is a beautiful garden which houses one of the most interesting temples in Bali. It is located in Mengwi Village in the Badung regency, about 18km northwest from Denpasar, about 30 minutes by car from the Losari Hotels.
The Taman Ayun Temple is an important place of prayer for the Balinese people. In the temple precinct there are two small temples that guard the entrance, and once inside, visitors will see the Aling-Aling Building "Bale Pengubengan", decorated with reliefs depicting "Dewata Nawa Sanga". On the east side is a small temple called Dalem Bekak Temple. The area of the fourth or last garden is the most sacred in the Taman Ayun Temple.
|Tanah Lot Temple|
Tanah Lot, one of the most well-known places of interest in Bali, is located in the village of Beraban, Tabanan Regency, about 30 minutes’ drive from the Losari Hotels.
Tanah Lot is famous as a beautiful place to view the sunset. Most days, in the late afternoons, the foreshore will be lined with many visitors who come to see the spectacle of the colourful sunset over the temple and the sea.
Tanah Lot is also known Segara Temple, because of its function as a sanctum to worship the Bhatara Segara, the deity representing the power of the ocean.
|Ground Zero Legian|
Ground Zero Legian is a monument to commemorate the 202 local and foreign victims of the Bali bombing in that devastated the island in October 2002. The monument, which was inaugurated on 12th October 2004,is located on Legian Street on the site of the Bali bomb blast, and is about 10 minutes’ drive from Losari Hotel.
Ground Zero is visited by many tourists from within Indonesia and foreign countries. Each year on 12th October, a commemorative event is held at the Ground Zero Monument.
In Bali there are many well-known and wonderful beaches. One of the most famous is Kuta Beach, located south of Denpasar,about 10 minutes from Losari Hotel.
Besides the beauty of its blue sea panorama and white sands, Kuta Beach also has good waves for surfing, which attracts many tourists. Kuta Beach is also perfect for people who want to sunbathe on the beach. Along the road to the beach, there are many shops offering local handicrafts, as well as stalls selling food and drinks. Kuta Beach also offers a largevariety of restaurants, bars and international hotels, making it a convenient place for foreign tourists to gather.
Kuta Beach is often called Sunset Beach, because of the wonderful sunsets that can be viewed most evenings from the beach. In fact, the most crowded time on Kuta Beach is at sunset.
Use of Kuta Beach is free of charge. There is a parking fee of approximately Rp. 5000 per vehicle for visitors to the beach.
|GWK (Garuda Wisnu Kencana)|
The Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, known as GWK, is located in Tanjung Nusa Dua in the south of Bali, about 40 km from Denpasar. This Cultural Park features a giant 12 meter high statue of Lord Vishnu, the work of the famous Balinese sculptor, I Nyoman Nuarta, and an 18 meter high statue of Garuda. A focal point of the Park is Garuda Plaza, with its hallway of pillars carved from limestone that encircle more than 4,000 square metres of spacious open space called the Lotus Pond. This open space, with the capacity to hold up to 7,000 people, is as the perfect place to hold large events.
|Jagatnatha Temple In Bali|
Jagatnatha Temple is located in Mayor Wisnu Street, Denpasar, just 30 minutes’ drive from the Losari hotel, and close to the Museum of Bali.
Built in 1953, Jagatnatha Temple is the biggest temple in the city of Denpasar. It is place of worship to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa. The temple is crowded on particular religiously significant days for the Balinese, such as Purnama, Tilem, Galungan, Kuningan, Saraswati, and Kajeng Kliwon.
In the center of the temple precinct is the Padmasana, a tall, multi-tiered structure made of white stone. The entrance to the temple precinct is via a bridge carved with lotus flowers and frogs.
Entrance to the Jagatnatha Temple is free of charge. There is a parking charge for motorcycles (Rp 1,000) and cars (Rp 2,000).
|Ulun Danu Beratan Temple Bedugul|