Immerse yourself in nature’s gift; the water from the natural Penatahan Hot Spring in Bali. Located near the bank of the river Yeh Ho contains sulfur, potassium and sodium, which are effective for curing any skin and some other diseases.
Located at the village of Penatahan, Penebel district. Also known as Yeh Panes, a beautiful natural resting place, on an upper land of a river surrounded by fresh vegetation and green forest. At this location, you will find a waterfall while the hot spring comes up in the middle of a temple under the big banyan tree. Back-grounded by the magnificent Mt. Batukaru, fresh and cool weather, beautiful natural surroundings, Yeh Panes has been an ideal place for relax and recreation. You can also doing trekking, cycling, jogging, meditation, exercising, fishing, massage are also available. Splendid place to make you feel relax and healthy.
According to the history, there was a Kingdom,”Penulisan”, with the king Jaya Wikrama who was suffering from a serious skin disease. Upon the minister’s suggestion, Satya Wacana, the king taken to a traditional healer named Ki Dukuh Tangkas who gave his power by doing meditation and then, by God’s Blessing a hot spring out-poured from the ground. Ki Dukuh asked the King to take a bath until completely recovered. To express his gratefulness, the King then built a temple on that location called “We Brahma” or “Toya Anget” Temple.
What you can see around Penatahan Hot Spring :
1. Monkey Forest Kedaton, Alas Kedaton or “Holy Monkey Forest” is a small Forest measuring about 12, 00 ha. There are hundreds of monkeys in this forest and high up on the big trees many bats ate hanging and singing with their loud voices. In this Forest is an old temple what we called Dalem Kahyangan Kedaton Temple is one of the important and attractive temples amongst thousand of temples all over Bali.
2. Taman Ayun Temple, The huge state temple of Pura Taman Ayun surrounded by a wide moat, was the main temple of Mengwi kingdom, which survived until 1891 when it was conquered by the neighboring kingdoms of Tabanan and Badung. The temple was originally built in 1634 and extensively renovated in 1937. It’s very large and spacious, and the elegant moat is an unusual feature. The first courtyard is a large, open grassy expanse and the inner courtyard has a multitude of Merus (multi-tiered shrines).
3. Bali Butterfly Park is one of the biggest butterfly parks in Southeast Asia. Find out the beautiful scenery by seeing a thousand species of butterflies from throughout Indonesia.This park offers many different kind of colors, shapes and sizes.