The Ubud Monkey Forest describes its mission as conservation of the area within its boundaries according to the Hindu principle of Tri Hata Karana (Three ways to reach spiritual and physical well-being), which seeks to make people live harmoniously during their lives. The “three ways” to this goal under the Tri Hata Karana doctrine are harmonious relationships between humans and humans, between humans and the natural environment, and between humans and The Supreme God. Accordingly, the Monkey Forest has a philosophical goal of creating peace and harmony for visitors from all over the world. It also seeks to conserve rare plants and animals for use in Hindu rituals and to provide a natural laboratory for educational institutions, with a particular emphasis on research into the social interaction of the park’s monkeys with one another and their interaction with the park’s natural environment.
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PENGEMPU WATERFALL For the tourist hunters in Bali if by chance traveling to tourist attractions Alas Pala Sangeh (Monkey Forest Sangeh) or Mumbul Sangeh Park, try sempatkan enjoy the beauty of the waterfall Pengempu. If using a motor vehicle, it only takes 6 minutes journey lho. Really close is not it? Pengempu waterfall is one of the hidden waterfalls in Tabanan regency. Unlike the waterfall Tegenungan always crowded visitors, precisely Pengempu waterfall is still very lonely from the visitors, this is because not so famous place this tour. Visitors
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