Balitrips.net - Your partner to make your holiday in Bali more enjoyable
COMPANY INFORMATION
Home Home
About Us About Us
Frequently asked questions F. A. Q
Service terms Terms Of Service
Link Exchange Link Exchange
Contact Us Contact Us
 
SKYPE US
My status 
CALL US NOW
+62.361 - 465 086
Call, SMS, WhatsApp
+62-811397901 (24 hrs)
LANGUAGES SUPPORT
English, French, Italian, Jap
EMAIL : info@balitrips.com
BALI HOTELS BY LOCATION
Nusa Dua hotels villas Bali Hotels Nusa Dua
Jimbaran hotels villas Bali Hotels Jimbaran
Kuta & Tuban hotels villas Bali Hotels Kuta and Tuban
Legian hotels villas Bali Hotels Legian
Seminyak hotels villas Bali Hotels Seminyak
Denpasar hotels Bali Hotels Denpasar
Sanur hotels villas Bali Hotels Sanur
Ubud hotels villas Bali Hotels Ubud
Hotel at Seidemen East Bali Bali Hotels Sidemen
Candidasa hotels villas Bali Hotels Candidasa
Lembongan hotels villas Bali Hotels Lembongan
Lovina hotels villas Bali Hotels Lovina
Lovina hotels villas Bali Hotels Munduk
BALI DISCOVERY PROGRAMS
Bali Private Villas Bali Private Villas
Bali Luxury Villas Bali Luxury Villas
Bali Budget Hotels Bali Budget Hotels
Bali car rental & transport Bali Self Drive Car
Bali car rental & transport Bali Car Charter
Bali sightseeing tours Bali Sightseeing
Bali water sports activities Bali Water Sports
Bali spa treatments Bali Spa Treatments
Bali Adventure Tour Bali Adventures
BALI BEYOND HOTELS
Lombok Hotels
Lombok Hotels
Gili Islands Hotels Gili Islands Hotels
Yogyakarta Hotels Jakarta Hotels
Yogyakarta Hotels
Yogyakarta Hotels
BALI BEYOND TOURS
Borobudur Tour Borobudur Tour
Bromo Tour Bromo Adventures
Tana Toraja Tour Tana Toraja Tour
Lombok Island Tour Lombok Island Tour
Flores Island Tour Flores Island Tour
Komodo Island Tour Komodo Island Tour
Orang Utan Tour Orang Utan Tour
Baliem Valley Tour Papua Adventures
Baliem Valley Tour Sumatra Island Tour
GENERAL INFORMATION
Map of Bali island Bali Island Map
Places to Visit in Bali Interesting Places
Temples Ceremony Temples Ceremony
Bali travel tips Travelling Tips
what can be done or not Do and Don't
Consulates offices in Bali Consulates Offices
Airlines offices in Bali Airlines Offices
Bali Museums Bali Museums
Bali Restaurants Bali Restaurants
Balinese Dances Balinese Dances


Jembrana Regency - West Bali



JEMBRANA REGENCY

Capital - Negara
Highest Peak - Mt. Patas - 1'500 m.
Location: Western Bali
Land Area: 841'80 sq. km.
No. Of Districts - 4 (Melaya, Negara, Mendoyo, Pekutatan)
Important Phone numbers:
Direct Enquiries - 0365 41108
Jembrana Tourist Office - Tlp: 0365 - 41210
Address - Jl. Setia Budi, Negara.
Museum Gilimanuk - 0365 61328
BUPATI - 0365 41210 N.B. Negara's famous Bull Races are in August
Negara - District Capital of Jembrana - Located on the south-western part of the 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 for a time it was ruled over by a prince from Sulawesi. Jembrana was one of the first kingdoms to surrender to the invading Dutch in the 1800's.

Negara Town - A small town on set along the main road between Denpasar & Gilimanuk. Negara itself does not have many tourist sites although it is famous for the bull races, held every year in October. Domesticated water buffalo races and horse races attract a number of tourist as well as many Balinese. Jegog - the giant bamboo gamelan (orchestra) - is typical of Jembrana and is seldom heard outside the regency.

West Bali National Park - This Park is home to the rare Java Deer, the rarer Bali Starling and many other animals such as the Boss Javanicus, or wild bull.

Medewi Beach - Famous for surfing, the long left handers are best in the morning before the wind gets up. The beach itself is not fantastic. Tourist accommodation ranges from guesthouses to smarter hotels with pools.

Gilimanuk - Bali's most western town, this is the ferrying point for people wishing to cross to Java. The tranquil bay is good for water sports and it is the closest place to stay if you wish to visit West Bali National Park.

Cekik - A village just south of Gilimanuk, with prehistoric remains
(Circa 1000BC) The headquarters of the National Park and visitors centre are located here.

Palasari Dam - The dam is good for water sports and the nearby village of Palasari is one of the few Catholic communities in Bali. The church is quite distinctive.

Candikusuma Beach - Large wide beach with views to Java. Very popular at weekends and holidays with the local community.

Baluk Rening Beach - This beach comes alive in August when the annual Jukung races take place. A western facing beach with good sunset views.

Perancak - A small village in which Bali's renowned Buffalo racing is performed for tourists. A reptile park and a riverside temple are other Perancak sites.

Delod Berawah Beach - A popular beach with the occasional bull and horse race.

Rambut Siwi - One of Bali's major cliff-top temples and the largest in west Bali. It was built in the 1500's by the same priest that built both the Uluwatu and Tanah Lot temples. The sunset from this vantage point is outstanding.

Bunut Bolong - A sacred banyan grows over the road, or rather the road goes through this very large tree, up into the foothills of west Bali and towards Pupuan. The surrounding area is tropical forest and has many impressive trees

Pengambengan - The biggest fishing port on Bali, not an actual port but the here seas are at their calmest and there are no dangerous reefs.

Mekepung or Makepung
Attractions Mekepung in this field developed around the year 1930 and Sais / Jokinya soldiers dress in the style of the ancient kingdom in Bali is wearing headband, scarf, selempod, trousers dipinggang barefoot and wearing a sword tucked poleng gloves (black and white).