Top Places To Visit in Jimbaran
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Weekend Getaways from Jimbaran
There are many tiny beaches with in Jimbaran that are only known to locals and you can get there if you take the help of locals. We went to one such beach on the other side of the Tanjung and it was secluded with no one on the beach except for my husband and me.Bali is a place to explore. We had an amazing time exploring this treasure. Spend less time on the regular tourist spots and try exploring new places. All the roads are clean and green if you drive outside the city and almost at the end of every road, there will be a hidden treasure.Bali is a treat for your eyes and is a lovely place to understand the Indonesian culture and tradition. Every piece of architecture has its own story. There are many mesmerizing beaches and is a must visit for divers and snorkelers to explore the sea life. Not to forget, this place is a home for food lovers too.
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Jimbaran is a small town in South Bali which is 11.4 km from Kuta. The Jimbaran beach area is one of the best areas to explore walking. The beach is calm and best suited for swimming. The south end stretch of the beach is quiet and pleasant. The enchanting hold of this place on you grows stronger at sunset. As the sun lowers, you will be content just gazing at its beauty. Make sure you don’t miss it. You may even treat yourself to a soothing massage at Ayana Spa. Treatments usually include sugar scrubs, body wraps, aroma-therapy and reflexology and these are the ones you should indulge in.
Rock Bar + Damar TerraceRock Bar is the sunset hotspot in Bali at the base of the Ayana resort, and at the edge of a 14-metre-high cliff rock overlooking the Indian Ocean. Sip exotic coctails as you see the surreal colours light up the sky at dusk. Head to Damar Terrace within the same resort. Encompassed by lily ponds, the restaurant offers Asian food, including local specialities, prepared fresh.(ayanaresort.com)
Galuh Bali Spa
When you are at the land of massages how can you not try the authentic balinese massage. Balinese massage is an approach to massage developed in the Indonesian province of Bali, with influence from the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia. Balinese massage techniques include acupressure, skin rolling and flicking, firm and gentle stroking, percussion, and application of essential oils. The practitioner may also apply stone massage. The combination of manual therapy and aromatherapy is intended not only to relax the patient and loosen fascial restrictions, but to stimulate the lymphatic system and the flow of blood. The usual cost of a 60 minutes balinese massage at this place would cost you around $100 USD although due to the reference of a known person and some negotiations, we snatched the deal at $75 USD.