Surabaya Duty Free
What do you think about Jakarta? Crowded, bad traffic, and many more. It's about this city similarities with Jakarta. In a way, this is the second capital of Indonesia. With a population density that is approximately the same, and the same metropolitan as well.Surabaya formerly had a very famous brothel, even down to Southeast Asia. Named was 'Dolly'. But since the mayor began to act. This place not exist anymore. Good news for that, and bad news too. Lol.
UbudMassage: in Bali, this is something no one should Ignore. Rates vary between 100k to 1mn for 60 min. We found one reasonable and good in Ubud. Rate list and shop pic is attached. You can find location by calling them too. Near kafe Armain Ubud.Salt therapy:My son,11, had bad bronchitis and heavy cough with sound of bulgom. After reading lot about salt therapy we drove from Kuta to Ubud. Had one sitting of 30 min for my Son and myself in afternoon . By evening, my nose which generally remain bit blocked due to prolonged sinus issues was opened and my son throat by 80% better by evening and specially in my way back flight. I would recommend this to all even if someone is healthy. Details of that location is given in pic.Lowalk coffee:- am sure every one landing in Bali would know (if not already) about this coffee. If u don't know and have taken any travel agent package,They will certainly take u to coffee estates and show that this coffee is made their only. While that could be true, but they would attract u to buy it also. We felt cheated as we bought 150gm power at 650k from estates and when i checked later from a local, who suggested to go to 'coco super market' in Ubud. (Location attached)Found that better Lowalk coffee at 230k for 150 gm. We were told that drivers have 50% cut if u buy from estates. By careful!!!Garments and local stuff shopping: Sukawati Market Gg. Cemp. 2, Guwang, Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80582,(http://maps.google.com/?cid=4866094729527326196&hl=en≷=us) is best we believe. Heavy bargain available and u find items at throw away prices. Local transport in Bali:-Download blue bird taxi app or use Uber. Best is take full day taxi between 35 to 40 USD. Travel agent number same as I attached a pic up.Going to Langkawi and packing bags. We are certain of coming back to Bali next time for 7 days and staying not in Kuta to avoid crowd.
Nusa Dua also has some great options for shopping, mostly at walking distances. There is an interesting market called Bali Collection that houses a huge art market, convenience store and a range of other branded stores like the Sogo Department Store. It's a great place to do some last-minute shopping and pick up little trinkets for friends and relatives back home. We had dinner at an outdoor restaurant where a local troupe performed some of the most impressive dance styles such as salsa, Latin, Indonesian, Balinese and flamingo. By the end, we were all tapping our feet on stage!Drown yourself in some exotic art at Ubud
After our lunch, we headed to Jalan Malioboro. Jalan Malioboro is a verrrrry long street of souvenir shops and small malls. They renovated the pedestrian pavements recently so it was nice to stroll along. Many of the shops sell the same stuff and we got bored after a while.
Lot of amazing cafes, restaurants, Bars & night club..!! Fantastic Shopping.. Very lively place in South Bali! While diving I met a girl from Swiss who was working in China. Apparently she became my Diving buddy! After we finished Diving, we planned our trip ahead to Seminyak.. We made more friends enroute.. Friends from Philippines.. We visited Tanah Lot as it is considered to be one of the most beautiful sunset points in Bali! Since it was our last day and we did not know when would we meet next.. We went partying at Potato Head Beach Club! It would be one of the best located clubs with an infinity pool facing the sea! It was just one of the best trips of my life..! I miss Bali..!
Legian Beach adjoins the Kuta Beach and is another popular beach in the Legian Area. The area is bustling with exotic luxury hotels, street shopping, wall art, handicrafts and paintings, local cuisine restaurants and beach wear. Time to tingle your taste buds by trying out some Indonesian Cuisines here.3. Nusa Dua Beach - Breathtaking Coastline
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.
Ubud is 40 km from Batur and is said to be a cultural capital of Bali. Ubud enjoys cooler temperatures than the coast. It once served as the major source of medicinal herbs and the healing tradition in still deeply ingrained in the people here. If you are looking for beads, Buddha, barong and Balinese traditional carvings, silver jewelry, pearls, handmade leather bags, Batik scarves and pashminas, Jalan Raya Ubud is the place for you. You will get some of the best deals here. The culturally rich vibe of this area is waiting to entrap you. The traditional market is from 5am until 9am. Spend some time relaxing at Bali Botanical Day Spa with a range of revitalizing treats. At night retreat to Oka Wati’s Homestay which has been sheltering tourists since 1980. Once you are here, you know you are in the right place away from all the noise. Spend a quiet night here in the middle of Ubud in the rustic charm of this house.