Old commercial port
Singaraja was suggested as an interesting place to visit, not much to see but with other attractions. Upon arrival, the intense heat forced us to reduce our visit to virtually two streets, where the population walks and leads to the old wharf. Our attention was drawn to the shore-line mosques, temples and market. It would be a nice place to walk, if not for the sweltering heat. We decided to take a quick look at the houses of the River Buleleng, the inheritance of Chinese merchant communities resembling those of their country of origin, and in the same way a visit outside the Chinese temple, with classic red tile and decorated with gilded calligraphy panels, also paid by Eastern traders.