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Private Chartered Car to Denpasar and Kuta
"Your day will begin with a pickup from your hotel in Bali. From here you will be taken to view a sacred Balinese dance called the Barong and Keris Dance. This traditional dance will teach you about Indonesian culture. It will be unlike anything you’ve seen before!Next you will pay a visit to the Bajra Sandhi Monument. the biggest Hindu temple in Denpasar. Many come to this temple to pray during the full moon and the black moon. Move just next door to visit the Bali Museum. Learn all about the history of this land with many ancient monuments and artifacts to be seen. A you will visit the Discovery Mall. Located on a beautiful beach front it is a favorite place to go for locals and visitors alike. After this you will visit Kuta Beach. Enjoy dinner before being taken back to your hotel safely.""""This private full-day tour will allow you to get an inside look at the culture
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Waterbom Bali Day Pass
"Located in the heart of Kuta at Jalan Kartika Plaza (near Discovery Mall) Waterbom Bali is just 15 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport and the Legian and Seminyak areas of Bali. After selecting a single pass or family pass at a discounted rate make your own way to the water park to enjoy hours of fun and entertainment with your full-day admission ticket including reentry whenever you’d like.Situated among 9 acres (3.8 hectares) of landscaped tropical gardens Waterbom Bali offers body slides circular tubes half pipes and swooshing slides to get your heart racing before you descend into splash pools. If you need to catch your breath
From $29.00
 
Skip-the-Line VIP Admission to Waterbom Bali
"With your Total Package admission ticket skip the entrance line at Waterbom Bali and head directly inside to get the fun started enjoying the attractions at your leisure until closing time. Your included lunch and soft drink can be delivered here and you can purchase additional beverages and snacks at the swim-up bar food court or Thai-Italian restaurant. When you're ready begin working your way around the rides and pools perhaps starting on one of the world’s longest waterslides
From $60.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Bali

Beware of food poisoning!

Beware of food poisoning! Unlike other SE Asian countries I have visited, the quality of food in Indonesia seemed to be extremely variable and often pretty dodgy. Be aware of what you're eating - and...
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jrs1234
Sep 13, 2002

Take care of what you eat,...

Take care of what you eat, normaly you wouldn´t have problems.Drink only water in bottles or boild.Take care when you change your money, the last person who counts is YOU !Go out of Kuta as soon as...
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tabatha
Sep 02, 2002

Don't eat at the Putra Bali...

Don't eat at the Putra Bali Restaurant at Kintamani unless you have a particular penchant for bone in your food. They put on an all you can eat buffet deal but the trick is nothing is edible, even the...
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shayghc
Aug 26, 2002

Tourism development in Bali...

Tourism development in Bali also has had an adverse effect on some of its wildlife. The Sangeh Monkey Forest, one of the most popular tourist places in Bali, is home to the long-tailed macaque....
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Travel2write
Aug 25, 2002

Kuta Beach<br/>Can occasionally be...

Kuta BeachCan occasionally be good but is almost always crowded, the water's filthy and a whole heap of other places will be better. Peaks vary along the whole beach with it being slightly bigger...
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Travel2write
Aug 25, 2002

Jam Jars &amp; Illusion Shakers...

Jam Jars &amp; Illusion Shakers !Available at most night spots - The Bounty, Sari Club (SC) &amp; Paddy's Pub.These local drinks really get you spinning.Tasty sweet drinks that are ok in moderation...
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Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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No Fear

Bali is generally a very safe place to travel. Tourism is one of their main revenues, and there are usually lots of tourists, so security is not a major concern here. Crime rate is very low...
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Svitata
Aug 24, 2002

Watch out your steps

Balinese normally place their 'offering' on the floor while carrying out their routine praying on daily basis. Please put in your best effort, don't step on it, since it's everywhere.
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csyeo
Aug 10, 2007

Moonsoon season

Year end is usually the wet season in Bali, the rain can and is messy. Found out that some roads were closed on New Year eve but traffic was controlled in Kuta...
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dragontml
Jan 09, 2007

Red Flags at Beaches

Surf and under currents are very dangerous along the Kuta &amp; Legian beach. Swim between the red flags only.
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yipsufen
Jun 28, 2006

Beware the Sun

I normally do not burn. Here you are really close to the equator and there is hardly ever a cloud in the sky so be careful. The first day I didn't apply enough sunblock and I got burned by the sun. ...
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william_navigator
Apr 19, 2006

Feeding the Monkeys / Continued... Part 3

You cant understand what they are saying, but you can just tell they are planning there next unexpected attack, "Convoy Banana Strike"Now i understand the expression "Sneaky like monkey"
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bryINpoland
Jun 03, 2005

Red Alert

Listen to the lifeguards here! Take note of the no swimming area marked with two RED flags at the beach. RED means DANGER. That is why their skimpy swimming trunks are also RED in colour. Haha.
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runwitme
Nov 02, 2004

Grab and run

Watch out for gangs .......gangs of mischievous monkeys. The macaques are adorable until they grab your glasses, camera, or any shiny object that you may be carrying and take off with it .
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kyoub
Jun 27, 2004

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Jalan Uluwatu 45, Jimbaran, Bali, 80361, Indonesia
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Jl Abimanyu (Dhyana Pura), Seminyak, Indonesia
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Jln Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Ubud, Bali, 80571, Indonesia
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Jl. Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Legian, Kuta, Bali, 80361, Indonesia
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Top Things to Do in Bali

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Monkey Forest

This is closest thing you will get to "Planet of the Apes" and "Jurassic Park". Walking inside the forest, you will constantly be on guard as you are surrounded by the most one of the most mischievous...
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Wood Carvings

wherever you go around the wood carving village of mas in Ubud, all the wood carving stores have an open and transparent woodcarving working area where you can see the skilled craftsmen making...
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Visit Tirta Gangga water palace

Tirta Gangga, a maze of pools and fountains surrounded by lush garden and stone statues. The name refers to the water palace built here in 1946 by the Raja of Karangasem who was destroyed almost...
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Sanur Night Market

Sanur Night Market, or Pasar Malam Sindu, is located in the same spot as the locals' morning market. The market has a kids' train ride, about 20 or 30 food stalls, some clothing shops, and a handful...
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Snorkeling, Diving

Padangbai has a nice beach, Bias Tugal, walk over a hill south of the ferry terminal and quite good snorkeling at Blue Lagoon beach over a hill in the north (on that hill is Pura Silayukti temple,...
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Pasir Putih

There is nice clean beach, Pasir Putih about 5 km north of Candi Dasa (turn of from the main road to Amlapura at Bug Bug, very bad access road), no accomodation, only some warungs for simple food and...
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balisunshine

"Sharing my experiences Under the Bali Sunshine"
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Rinjani

"Bali, A Travel to Island Of Paradise :"
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bryINpoland

"Bali, Indonesia..."
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"Bali - Island Beauty"
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kenyneo

"...stranded between heaven and earth"
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