Top 10 Things to do in Jembrana, Indonesia

January 4, 2018 Major Galusha

Discover the best top things to do in Jembrana, Indonesia including Bali West Trailbike Tours, Palasari Village, Perancak Beach, Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Church, Sea Turtle Conservation Negara, Palasari Dams, Baluk Rening Beach, Delod Berawah, Candikusuma Beach, Perancak Temple.
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1. Bali West Trailbike Tours

Jembrana 08361, Indonesia
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5 based on 16 reviews

Bali West Trailbike Tours

One thing you should do while you’re in Bali, is go on an organized trailbike dirtbike ride tour. See a side of Bali you never get to see, and have a whole lot of fun while you’re at it. Here at Bali West Trailbike Tours we love to ride and not only want to share our beautiful countryside with you, but our years of local riding knowledge, making your riding experience an unforgettable adventure.

Reviewed By jonfletcher2230 - Sydney, Australia

We had a fantastic day out with the boys from Bali West Trail Bike Tours. We are a couple of intermediate riders and had an absolute ball on the day tour. Wayan and Benny are terrific blokes that know their stuff. Nothing was a problem...MoreThank you greatly for choosing to ride with us at BWTT! We had a great day out riding with you. We appreciate the feedback, thank you again

2. Palasari Village

Jembrana, Indonesia
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4.5 based on 10 reviews

Palasari Village

Reviewed By Andresguia - Denpasar, Indonesia

This is a different Balinese village where live Catholic Balinese. The village was founded in 1926 by migrants from South Bali converting to Catholics under Father Simon Buis, SVD. Now there live around 2.000 people in the prosperous village. Don't miss the handsome Sacred Heart of Jesus Ctaholic Church and Palasari Dam if you happen pass in West Bali region.

3. Perancak Beach

Desa Perancak. Kecamatan Negara | Perancak, Jembrana Sub-District, Jembrana Regency, Bali,, Jembrana, Indonesia
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4 based on 14 reviews

Perancak Beach

Reviewed By adkennis100 - Eindhoven, The Netherlands

At the nearby the Purancak Temple and Perancak river an amazing sight of the small traditional jukung and sampan boats can be seen quietly resting on the river. They were brought to Bali by the Bugis sailors who settled at the end of the 17th century. Their fishing technique requires two Bugis (boats). One of them is equipped with a captain chair raised 10 meters above sea level to locate the fishes. A net attached between the two boats catches them. These colorful Bugis became one of West Bali unique treasures. Amazing to see, a commendation.

4. Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Church

Jl. Palasari no. 2, Jembrana, Indonesia
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5 based on 4 reviews

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Church

Reviewed By Andresguia - Denpasar, Indonesia

This church combines in harmony Balinese and western styles in architecture. Designed by Ida Bagus Tugus (a foremost Balinese architect) and Brother De Vrieze, the church maintain the three courtyard divisions and Balinese bas reliefs and carving decorations but with curved concrete and curved wooden window frames with mozaic colors as in Western churches. The nearby Virgin Mary cave and Via Dolorosa are popular pilgrimage places for Catholics in Indonesia.

5. Sea Turtle Conservation Negara

Jembrana, Indonesia +62 831-1950-1359
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4 based on 6 reviews

Sea Turtle Conservation Negara

Reviewed By ElisaKatriina

Learning how to protect the rare sea turtles and releasing the baby turtles into the Indian Ocean is an unforgettable experience for kids and adults! Important work is done there.

6. Palasari Dams

Desa Ekasari, Kecamatan Melaya, Jembrana, Indonesia
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4 based on 6 reviews

Palasari Dams

Reviewed By Antony G

When the water level is low there are almost nothing to see here than some couples who are hiding at some certain hidden spots,haha... Anyway, its a perfect place for fishing. However, remember to visit the local palasari village and church,it's beautiful and so peaceful there

7. Baluk Rening Beach

Desa Cupel, Kecamatan Negara, Jembrana, Indonesia
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4.5 based on 3 reviews

Baluk Rening Beach

Reviewed By Alessandro C

Amazing Sunset Wiew and pure nature in the close natural national park whit wire sand and cristal wather. Sleep in Bali Sunset Hotel and arrange there the tours to the Secret's beuty of the nature of this Area

8. Delod Berawah

Desa Delod Berawah, Kecamatan Mendoya, Jembrana, Indonesia
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3.5 based on 8 reviews

Delod Berawah

Reviewed By InspiredByIslandLife - Bali, Indonesia

It's a shame because the beach view is great, with loads of parking. Maybe some picnic tables under the trees, stalls with food etc. But mostly it's dirty with rubbish (no bins in sight) Nowhere for anyone to sit. Could be a lot better than it is.

9. Candikusuma Beach

12 km west from Negara, Jembrana, Indonesia
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4 based on 4 reviews

Candikusuma Beach

Reviewed By Andresguia - Denpasar, Indonesia

Candikesuma has beautiful sunrises and sunsets. The miles and miles solitary black sandy beach with the occasional fishing boats under the shades coconut groves is the main view here. Very relaxing atmosphere where you can walk in the beach side to enjoy the peaceful place. Sadly the garbage in the beach.is still found along the trail.

10. Perancak Temple

Desa Perancak, Kecamatan Negara | Jl. Air Kuning, Jembrana, Indonesia
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Perancak Temple

Reviewed By adkennis100 - Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Pura Gede Perancak or Purancak Temple. This magnificent temple overlooks the river Perancak and is about 8 kilometers west of Rambut Siwi. This is near the district capital Negaga. The place was first visited by the Holy Dang Hyang Nirartha and is well worth to visit. It is a beautiful temple with less visitors. Nearby is a village of the same name, Gede Perancak, which was once an abandoned ruin. Perancak is known for its fishing port where dozens of Bugis, colorful fishing boats (Perancak Boats) are moored. Furthermore you will find a turtle sanctuary and this Balinese temple.

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