From the volcano to Lake Batul, there is a very inclined mountain road. Motorcycles are easy to slip. If you drive to the lake, you should drive carefully. The lake is quiet and the water quality is excellent. Bali's unique blue and clear sky and white clouds reflected in the water, several boats parked in the lake, safflower stretching graceful posture, unusually cool mountain breeze blowing, standing here quietly, close your eyes, the soul seems to have passed the baptism of nature.
Beside the Badur volcano is Lake Badur, the largest lake in Bali. Near the crater, clouds of white clouds emerge from the eruption of the volcano, forming a wonderful scene. The black of the mountain is ash left by volcanic eruptions, partly covered by newly grown green plants. It seems that the volcano has adapted to sleeping quietly here. It is said that the last eruption was in 1917.
Personally, I like it better, except for Blue Dream Island, which is probably the least tourists in Bali. The lakeside restaurant on Lake Batul, which has no time to remember its name, is out of our plan. The driver with us drove us here to give us a clear view. Have lunch in the lakeside Pavilion and look at the blue lake. It's very cool. After dinner, take a leisurely walk along the narrow road near the lake, listen to the sound of the waves beating along the ship's edge, and blow the relaxed sea breeze. It's great to hear Indonesian native instruments playing.