the western part of Singaraja, long stretch of black
sand beach encompasses Anturan, Tukad Mungga, Kalibukbuk,
Kaliasem and Temukus villages collectively called Lovina.
Lovina is for those who like still waters (no surf)
and are not fussy about the colour of the beach. Visitors
may even encounter some local dolphins. Many cheap losmens
are available right on the beach.
Lining up of busy losmen and hotels with the depleted
shady sea makes Lovina one of the most stirring beaches
Tranquility, incredible under water world and dolphins
are the magnetism of Lovina. From Lovina, visiting Pulau
Menjangan, which is a part of West Bali National Park
will be interesting for diving lover.
Singaraja is the largest city after Denpasar. The
population includes many ethnic and religious groups.
Singaraja has a historical library, The Gedong Kirtya
that collects more than 3,000 Balinese manuscripts.
The Dutch established it in the late 1920s. It has the
finest collection of lontar, which is a traditional
books emblazoned on palm leaf strips and potted between
two pieces of wood or bamboo.
Further 10 km south of Singaraja will lead visitors
to Gitgit Waterfall, Bali's highest waterfall where
the inviting cool waters of the river below are worth
a dip into.
From Gitgit, tourists looking for a quiet beach resort
can head 10 km west from Singaraja to Lovina, a long
stretch of beach with hotels and bungalows. The black
sand beach is safe and a perfect place for swimming
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