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Karang asem Regency

History : This regency founded in the early 1700’s, was still recognized as a kingdom even after Dutch conquest of Bali in the 1900’s. This regency still supports many traditions that have been in existence since the 14th century, having resisted the Javanese...

Klungkung Regency

Klungkung Regency History : It was in this part of Bali that the fleeing royalty of the Majapahit dynasty set up their kingdom. Between the 14th and 19th centuries Samprangan, Gelgel & Klungkung were all capitals of the Klungkung Regency. Recognized by other Balinese kingdoms...

Buleleng Regency

Villages, sites & temples of Buleleng Regency are: Singaraja – capital of regency; (sites are listed from west to east). Deer Island (Menjangen Island), Teluk Terima, Pulaki Temple, Gondol, Banjar Hotsprings, Banjar Tega’s Buddhist Monastery, Temukus War Monument,...

Jembrana Regency

History : This regency is thought to have been established in the early 1400’s, although civil war broke out and the regency became part of the Badung regency. In the 17th century, sparsely populated Jembrana was not of much interest to the other royal Balinese kingdoms and...

Tabanan Regency

History : Founded in the 14th century Tabanan had a mixed history with numerous conflicts, mainly with the neighboring kingdom of Mengwi. By the end of the 1700’s Tabanan had managed to claim part of the Mengwi kingdom however lost it back to the Mengwi Royal household by...

Gianyar Regency

History : Gianyar Town – District capital of Gianyar Regency – Located in the south eastern part of the regency, Gianyar is well known for it’s roasted babi guling (suckling pig). It is a large town that holds little of interest for the tourist. The temple of...
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