During Ramadan you will see the Balinese people in traditional dress. They make offerings of food at the temples. They carry these elaborately tiered offering on trays on their heads.
Mount Kintamani. It offers a spectacular view of the Lake Batur. Some people go there for trekking, but you'll have to take a guide and set out before dawn, otherwise, it will get too hot.Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
Tegal Lalang, the rice terraced fields. Beautiful! In fact, they're all over the place! You just have to keep turning your head from side to side so as not to miss them!
The Agung Rai Musuem
The Agung Rai Musuem is worth a visit if you're into Balinese paintings. It has a pretty good collection of paintings of Balinese and foreign artists spread over 2 stories and a few galleries.
While its fun to just sit around and suck down beers in Kuta Beach... One should also try to get out and see the Balinese Countryside...Related to:
- Road Trip
Feed the monkeys...
Surrounded by tons of monkeys on guided tours and feeding them, really cool experience...and super-cheap.Related to:
- Adventure Travel
Feed the monkeys...
Surrounde by tons of monkeys on guided tours and feeding them, relly cool experience...and super-cheap.Related to:
- Adventure Travel
Traditional Village Temple
The Temple is very old and very beautiful. You must wear a sorong to enter like the other temples in Bali. When we were there it was pouring rain. I still enjoyed it.
The Tradtional Village is the oldest in Bali. Your guide can take you inside and you can check out how the people live. You can also visit their temple. It is a very neat place to see.
Cliffs of Ulawatu
The Temple is on the cliffs in Ulawatu. It is absolutely breathtaking. You can't go into the temple, but you can walk all around the grounds. You may even see a monkey or two.
This is a view of Kerta Gosa. It was used in pre-colonial times for the administration of justice, a courthouse, if you will. I especially like the sattelite dish in the background.
The birds, the bees, and ...
The Bali Reptile park is right next door to the Bird Park, and has a lot of different reptiles. Large monitors, snakes and iguanas, and many other types are on display.Related to:
Alas Kedaton Temple and monkey forest is about 15 miles west of Denpasar. The temple is 300 years old, and the monkeys here are considered sacred .
After ascending the sacred mountain, we came across padi fields & had lunch here. It's very tranquil here. The locals went about their tasks & left us to enjoy the wonderful nature of this island.Related to:
- Family Travel
Kuta Beach early in the morning
Wake before 9am on a weekend and take a walk down to Kuta Beach.
The locals dominate the beach at this time of day teaching their children to swim and cleaning up the offerings from the day before.
Where can I begin? I will keep this brief though: 1. NO hot water in rooms 2128 or 2134 (I had both...more
Jl Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak, Indonesia
Good for: Solo
I've just returned from spending 5 days in Bali and stayed at Viceroy hotel. The service was great...more
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