Faces of Bali - Bedugul Garden
Located on a high plateau at the center of Bali island. Cool air and mists are natural for the place. It’s a center of horticultural farming. you’ll find plenty of fruits and vegetables here.
There are 3 lakes around Bedugul, Bratan, Buyan, and Tamblingan. Bratan, the largest of the three is perfect place for water sport activities such as para sailing, motor boating, jet skiing, water skiing, canoeing, etc.
Lake Buyan and Tamblingan are more quiet and tranquil. People only canoeing and fishing here. Lake Tamblingan is even more remote than the two. We can reach the lake only through unpaved road, so people usually come here on foot.
Bedugul fertile soil also produced abundance of plants and trees, some of them formed rain forests with their exotic birds, monkeys, and other creatures.
Perhaps, Bedugul is the last remaining tropical forest of the island. The Eka Karya botanical garden has 650 species of trees and unique collection of ferns and orchids. This is favourite place of Balinese in enjoying their holiday. This is another place to retreat from the heat of the coast, to fish, or to wander through the lovely botanical gardens. As Kintamani is to Bangli, so is Bedugul became one of Tabanan’s main points of interest. This crisp mountain town boasts three crater lakes, which are hemmed by untamed jungle and patchworks of market gardens, and the tepid water of which sends a mist into the icy air above the surface.