Brahmavihara-Arama is Bali's biggest Buddhist religious community, situated up in the slopes of Banjar, just 1.5km west of the Banjar Hot Springs. Opened in 1970, Brahmavihara- Arama includesa hectare of slope, with various reflection rooms, libraries, excellent greenery enclosures, and an amazing scaled down reproduction of the world's biggest Buddhist archeological site, Borobudur on its most astounding grounds. The religious community is an approx. 20km drive from the Singaraja primary town, and a 10km from the significant shoreline resort of Lovina. Up from the Jalan Raya Seririt-Singaraja principle street is an interesting road lined with Alphonse Lavallée vineyards that give a picturesque introduction to this tough fascination. Following a couple of minutes, the group of Dusun Abian comes to view, and clear signposts show you bearings to the renowned hot springs and to the religious community.