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Full-Day Bali Sightseeing Tour to Bedugul with Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple
"10:00 - 11:15: Pick up at your Bali hotel11:15: Taman Ayun Temple (Royal Family Temple)Taman Ayun means The Park of Beauty and indeed Taman Ayun Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in a beautiful park which has been considered as the most interesting temple in Bali. The temple was dedicated to the ancestor of the former kingdom of Mengwi. The most amazing part is the which is encircled by its own moat and is inaccessible to the public except at festival time. 12:00: Ogoh-Ogoh The Monster MuseumOgoh Ogoh is Balinese artwork shaped sculpture with scary faces assembled from lightweight materials that were paraded around the village one day before Nyepi. Ogoh Ogoh can be found everywhere in Bali but only view days before Nyepi (New Year celebration of Saka Calendar) as they will be burnt or destroyed after the annual festival. Let's visit Museum Ogoh ogoh at Mengwi near Taman Ayun Temple to see the Ogoh Ogoh collection.13:10: Ulun Danu Bratan TempleUlun Danu Bratan Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Bali since its unique building which some of its part has built on the water of lake Beratan. green and beautiful mini park along the way from the parking area to the temple. According to the archaeological data (sarcophagus stone)
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Bali Paradise Waterfall Trekking Tour
"This tour will incorporate a quite long drive through winding road and over three hours trek through hundreds of steps on narrow path various tropical plantations jungle and bridge. You will also need to cross the rivers to get a closer look at the waterfall. The drive will take you through winding roads and cool mountainous area of Bali. On the way to get there you will also pass several interesting spots Jatiluwih rice terrace and Bedugul with its beautiful view of Ulun Danu water temple. Depending on your hotel location these additional stops can be taken on the way to the waterfall site or on the way back to your hotel).Once we get to the waterfall site we will start the 3-4 hours trek (shorter trek is also available) to explore the waterfalls and it's surroundings. After a few minutes walk through small roads local people's houses
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Private Full-Day Bedugul Village and Jatiluwih Rice Fields Tour from Bali
"This insightful tour from Bali will give you a good understanding of local cultures arts and crafts. Below is a list of inclusions we recommend you do however your driver guide can take you to any other sites you wish to see.Tour Itinerary Pura Taman Ayun the official state temple of Mengwi built in the 17th century.Visit Agro tourism to see local Coffee Farms and try the famous ‘Luwak Coffee’Visit Lake Beratan the cool mountain resort with a floating temple “Ulundanu Temple” Jatiluwih the largest rice fields in Bali.Have lunch at a local Restaurant.Batukaru Mountain the second highest mountain in Bali has Batukaru Temple located at the foot of the slopes.See thousands of species of butterflies at Bali Butterfly Park. This is one of the largest butterfly parks in Southeast Asia. Try dinner at “Iiga Warung” an""
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KUTA BEACH

Strolling along the beach lines is an unforgettable experience, Kuta beach is one of Bali tourist spot, in a good weather, the attendants could enjoy sea surfing or just swimming at acertain 'safe' location at the beach and in the afternoon if you are lucky you would see beautiful panorama of sunset

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meiyergani
Oct 18, 2015

VISIT KUTA BEACH

Located just south of Denpassar Airport and a short Taxi ride is Kuta Beach..I arrived at my accomodation..and after the flight and settling things at the hotel, I was ready for some relaxing time at the beach that was just a short walk from where I was staying.
Kuta is a long beach and can get quite crowded with surfers ..The main attraction of course is the enticing surf and board riders come from far and wide to catch a wave or more...from what I could see on my first day...the good waves were way out off the point ...way out..Many "touts" work the beach selling anything imagineable...but that is Bali...it's so easy to say "no thanks" and smile..as they are only trying to make a living ...under the facade of the fancy places here so many of the local people are on heartbreak street..The locals are just so glad to see the many tourists as they depend on the income from tourism so much ..as they found out after the Terrorist attacks some time back here in Kuta beach..

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DennyP
Sep 13, 2011

Snorkelling in Candidasa

There is some snorkelling to be done straight off the beach at Candidasa, particularly east of the lagoon. But for the best snorkelling sites, it is better to hire a guide or fisherman with a jukung to take you out to the sheer 'gilis' in Amuk Bay or down to Blue Lagoon. Take care when jumping into the middle of the ocean around the rocks as the currents can be quite strong and surface water choppy. There is clearly an abundance of nutrients in the water - you are likely to see very large schools of fish. Lots of fish, but not a great deal of interesting coral. A morning trip will cost between 80 and 150,000 rupiah for the boat depending on distance you want to travel. My guide asked if I wanted lunch - after we had finished snorkelling, he prepared a freshly caught fish on the beach which came complete with homemade spicy peanut sauce.

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Daihappydai
Apr 24, 2011

Pasir Putih, a beautiful beach in east Bali

About 5 km north east of Candidasa, 1 km off the road to Amlapura at Bug Bug vilage is a serene white sand beach. The beach is in a lovely cove with fine white sand (very hot) and good swimming. A little way out is a small reef where snorkelling is possible. There are several warung on the beach selling drinks and basic meals. It is the stereotypical 'postcard' beach - a great place to spend an afternoon. At one stage a Korean company showed an interest in buying some of the land behind the beach to build apartments. Fortunately the village elders realised they weren't getting a good deal and at this stage, the project is not going ahead.

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Daihappydai
Apr 24, 2011
 
 
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Temple and views of Padangbai

There is a steep little climb out of Padangbai to the north-east - end of Jalan Silayutki - taking you to Blue Lagoon Beach but if you are just out for a late afternoon stroll, veer right at the top of the hill which will lead you to a lovely little temple, Pura Silayukti, and provide some great views overlooking Padangbai. The temple grounds are a great place to marvel at Balinese design.

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Daihappydai
Apr 23, 2011

Quiet, beautiful beach just south of Padangbai

Pantai Kecil or Little Beach is a walk of little more than a kilometre to the south of Padangbai. It is a pleasant walk up a hill to a cliff top where you get views of Padangbai harbor. If you take the long way - an extra 500 m - you pass a couple of temples and enter the beach from its south side. From here you can take photos of the little bay. The beach is clean and there are little stalls set up selling drinks and a small selection of food. Take care in the water, especially with children, as the currents can be strong - it is far more exposed than Padangbai beach and Blue Lagoon further north. Never seems very crowded so pass the time away relaxing on the sand or watching ferries passing (see photo).

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Daihappydai
Apr 23, 2011

Pura Goa Lawah - Bat Cave Temple

Pura Goa Lawah, opposite a black sand beach on the east coast of Bali 3km before the turn off to Padangbai, is an important ceremonial temple for the Balinese living in the Semarapura and Amlapura regions. There is a large cave at the rear of the temple complex full of bats. It is said that a giant snake, Naga Basuki, lives in the cave. Tourists are welcome to enter the cave even when ceremonies are being conducted but must be dressed appropriately - there is a small admission fee and a small cost to hire a sash and sarung. You can take photos inside the complex but should not walk in front of people who are praying and those receiving blessings. Well worth a visit if you are travelling up the coast to Padangbai, Candidasa or further on to Amed. Opposite the temple there are stalls selling cool drinks.

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Daihappydai
Apr 23, 2011

Quiet Beach Area with Lots of Water Sport

Well if you looking for a less crowded nice beach with alot Water Sport and Snorkelling I would definitely advice stay at Nusa Dua. The beaches here is very nice and not crowded here like in Nusa Dua. When it`s low tide you can walk deep into the sea and at some places it form little islands and you can do some snorkling around here.

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Oct 30, 2009
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Kuta Beach

This is very popular beach in Bali. It`s very nice and also a great beach to go surfing at. You can even get some surfing lessons here. It`s a crouded beach but worth the visit. All the restaurants and shops is just across the road from the beach. Definitely a beach I would recommend to visit and lucky you if you live across the road from the beach :-D There is also alot of night life around here so it`s a very popular spot for the tourist.

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cokes
Oct 30, 2009

Dreamland Beach Changing Alot

This was my 2nd visit to Dreamland Beach and wow it`s really looking great. There is a golf coarse and some resort being built and mall that is not yet complete. This is one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali and surfing heaven as the waves is really great here. Not safe for swimming but never the less a great place to come and visit. I can`t wait to visit here again sometime in the future as I think it`s really going to be awesome when everything is completed. Definitley come Highly recommend by me especially if you a surfer.

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Oct 30, 2009

Lovina Beach

Lovina Beach is a situated on the coastal area on the northeastern side of Bali.

We stayed in Aditaya Beach Resort. Would highly recommended this hotel. We stayed here so that it is our stop after Bedugul and our start of our trip to Kintamani.

The beach is filled wth black sand which is quite unique. The sand is black due to the volcanic activities. Lovina is a very peaceful beach minus the vendors. It is much quieter than those beaches in the south.

You can arrange with the hotel to book a dolphin watching tour which starts at 6am (if you can wake up early). The price is quite reasonable at 20,000 RP per pax.

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Jul 13, 2009

Kuta Beach

The locals associate this beach with deoms, so it's a lot of tourists, but great for surfing and watching the sun go gown with a cold drink. There are people selling food and snacks and offering massage. Nice place to chill out for a bit

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Mar 14, 2009

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Bali Pulina Coffee Plantation

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Goa Gajah

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