Buleleng Regency is located in northern Bali and its capital city is Singaraja. Buleleng Regency’s history began when Ki Gusti Ngurah Panji Sakti founded the kingdom of Buleleng in the 1600s. Before that, the Buleleng area was known as “Den Bukit”. Buleleng was named after the palace that was built by Ki Gusti Ngurah Panji Sakti on March 30, 1604 in the middle of the moorings of sprouted corn, a plant widely found in that area at the time. The corn was called “buleleng” and the palace became known as “buleleng” instead of its former name of “Singaraja” meaning “the king’s haven”. In exchange, the Buleleng Regency Government set March 30, 1604 as the birthday of the city of Singaraja. Buleleng Regency is known as the largest agricultural producing area in Bali with the production of the salak fruit and Tejakula tangerines. Buleleng Regency is bordered by the Java Sea in the north, the Bali Strait in the west, Karangasem in the east, and Jembrana, Bangli, Tabanan and Badung Regencies in the south. In Buleleng there are also tourist attractions including Lake Buyan, Lake Tamblingan and Lake Beratan which comprise three twin lakes formed inside a large caldera; Lovina beach with dolphins; and Menjangan Island with its underwater beauty and various kinds of natural attractions.