God's Own Island!
Bali undoubtedly is!
After spending a week in Bali i feel that i saw it all! Did it all!
Sanur- beautiful and scenic
Dreamland-un really beautiful really a Dream!
Nusa Dua-water sports
Jimbaran-evening beach dining
Not that we could do more than this but we really did it !
"The Tanah Lot Temple"
One of the major attractions in Bali
Its a hindu temple of lord Vishnu , at the edge of the sea shore offers an unreal scenic view !
To witness the beauty of the suburbs of Bali.
The party destination of Bali.
God's Own Island!
Bali is among those places where the best way to experience is to let go. The island, with it's own pace, has something for everyone – from the Temple of Bedugul to the Night life at Legian, from the transparent water of Blue Point beach to Adventure on Tree tops, from the markets of Kuta to watersports at Nusa Dua, from scuba diving at Amed to sunset at Tanah Lot. An experience to remember.
It's heaven on earth, with all the beautiful sculptures spread throughout the city. You will see the supreme artistic side of an artist in the city of Ubud, city of kuta depicting modern culture, malls with European culture.. And scenic beauty everywhere! Loved it!
A tour to Indonesia is incomplete without visiting Bali !.............so the following day we take a short ferry ride across the Bali Sea to reach Denpasar Island and by road to Bali. Do you need an introduction to Bali, The best of the beaches, the culture. One of the most exciting tourist destinations you can come across.
We will have an optional water sports - Scuba / parasailing / Banana ride etc etc, Let your hair loose for the party capital of Asia.
First evening – we will visit local places for herping
Second Day – Local sight seeing & Party (own cost)
Third day – Water sports (own cost)
Nestled in the Northeastern coastal section of Bali, Amed actually refers to a dozen small fishing villages that line the coast from Amed to Aas. The majority of these beaches are rocky. However Lipah Beach has soft, inviting black sand. The locals are friendly and the food is tasty. This area of Bali still lacks the mass tourism and traffic that has been the recent bane of travelers to Bali over the past few years.
What To Do:
Lipah is a very laid back place. Activities include sunbathing, snuggling up with an enticing novel and chatting with the locals. However, the main draw is the excellent coral reef just off Pantai Lipah. Expect to see a variety of soft and hard coral as well as a variety of small to medium sized fish. It is common to see sergeant majors, butterfly fish, bat fish, angelfish, and trumpet fish. Basically, if you were to construct a massive aquarium and needed ideas how to beautify it, you could use this location as a model.
The surrounding fishing villages toward Aas are also picturesque. They can easily be viewed by renting a moped ($5US). In addition, the small Japanese Wreck in the village of Banyuning is also a worthwhile visit while in the area. If visiting the wreck, you can have lunch right on the rocky beach at the Kawi Karma Restaurant. The diced sweet chili chicken and sate dishes are both delicious.
Where To Stay:
We recommend the Bali Amed Hotel. Sweeping views of Lipah Beach from a raised balcony with hot water shower, AC, including breakfast (eggs and toast or pancakes with a fruit plate and coffee or tea) all for a very reasonable $30 per night (all prices quoted high season). If you wish to be right on Lipah Beach itself with ocean-view cottages, then we recommend the Vienna Beach Bungalows, $45-50 per night for two people including breakfast and dinner.
Where To Eat:
There are quite a few warungs (local eateries) so you can take your pick.