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Air Sanih Natural Swimming Pool Entrance
Indonesia

Air Sanih (or Yeh Sanih in Balinese) is a local tourist spot located about 17 km from Singaraja, Bali. It is a swimming pool with natrual water. According to legends this is a bathing place specially for young couples. According to local belief, the source of the water has its origins from Lake Batur, located about a hundred kilometer away. Water from these sources is often used in Hindu religious ceremonies. You can also find a temple dedicated to the god Vishnu.

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