Singaraja attractions

Top Choice Waterfall in Singaraja

Sekumpul Waterfall

Sitting 18km southeast of Singaraja, some six or seven separate waterfalls – all fed by upland streams – pour up to 80m over cliffs in a verdant bamboo-forested valley. From the car park, it's a hilly 45-minute, 1km…
Village in Singaraja


About 6km northeast of Singaraja is an excellent example of the colourful architectural style of north Bali. Sangsit's Pura Beji is a temple for the subak (village association of rice-growers), dedicated to the godd…
Waterfall in Singaraja

Air Terjun Gitgit

Around 11km south of Singaraja, a well-signposted path goes 800m west from the main road to the touristy waterfall, Air Terjun Gitgit. The path is lined with souvenir stalls and guides to nowhere. The 40m waterfalls…
Library in Singaraja

Gedong Kirtya Library

This small historical library was established in 1928 by Dutch colonialists and named after the Sanskrit for 'to try'. It has a collection of lontar (dried palm leaf) books, as well as some even older written works …
Hindu Temple in Singaraja

Pura Dalem Jagaraga

In the village of Jagaraga, Pura Dalem is a small, interesting temple with delightful sculptured panels along its front wall. On the outer wall, look for a vintage car driving sedately past, a steamer at sea and eve…
Museum in Singaraja

Museum Buleleng

Museum Buleleng recalls the life of the last radja (rajah; prince) of Buleleng, Pandji Tisna, who is credited with developing tourism in Lovina to the west. Among the items here is the Royal (brand) typewriter he us…
Hindu Temple in Singaraja

Pura Jagat Natha

Singaraja's main temple, the largest in northern Bali, is not usually open to foreigners. You can appreciate its size and admire the carved stone decorations from the outside.
Monument in Singaraja

Yudha Mandala Tama Monument

The conspicuous Yudha Mandala Tama Monument commemorates a freedom fighter killed by gunfire from a Dutch warship early in the struggle for independence.
Historic Building in Singaraja

Old Dutch Warehouses

Check out the cinematically decrepit old Dutch warehouses opposite the water.
Taoist Temple in Singaraja

Ling Gwan Kiong

A colourful Chinese temple.