Experiencing Bali

Tripoto
20th Sep 2013
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Fare Ti'i Hotel, Canggu
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A late lunch at sunset at Melasti, Tanah Lot
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Suly Resort & Spa, Ubud
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A performance at Ubud Palace
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Discover new levels of silence at Goa Gajah
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These guys are ready to grab anything! At Mon
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Sunrise trekking up Mount Batur should defini
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Gorge on breakfast freshly steamed in the vol
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Sample exotic tea & coffee at any of Bali's p
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Watch Ramayan live with a Kecak dance
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Take in the beauty of nature at the tea terra
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101 Legian, Kuta - for the Bali city life
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You'll definitely see a plane land from Kuta
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The best pork chops at Naughty Nuri's Warung,
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Paragliding high above Pandawa Beach
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Sit by the pool at the beach at Potato Head
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Prohibition Iced Tea

If Goa’s party capital is the Calangute-Baga-Anjuna stretch, then Kuta is definitely the party capital of Bali

After just a night in Kuta, I can definitely say that Balinese know how to party! Mouths overflowing with alcohol and hips swaying more furiously than Shakira’s – and that’s just the start of a party in Kuta. Party all night if you can, and enjoy a late breakfast at one of the very contemporary hotels dotting the street.

But does the comparison end there? Is there a softer side of Bali? If you’re one of them, head to Canggu (pronounced Changu) - the one and only place to catch the best surfing waves in Bali. After a long day batlling with the waves, order a Bintang (local beer) and enjoy the view of the blushing sky as the sun is slowly doused by the cool blue waves. So calm and quiet is Canggu that even hotel staff seemed to disappear after sunset.

If you’ve ever read up even a bit on Bali, you’d know that Bali is rich in culture. After all, it didn’t get its name of ‘The island of a thousand temples’ for no reason. Some even claim that there are more temples than homes in Bali. But Ubud is cultural capital of the island.

The traditional Barong and Kecak dances, Tegallalang rice terraces, popular temples like Besakih, Goa Gajah and Tirta Empul, and the ever-popular Monkey Forest are all a short ride away from central Ubud. If you're up for it, book a sunrise tour to the peak of Mount Batur to watch the sun rise in what can only be described as nature's greatest reveal.

So is there a place where you can enjoy the serenity of Canggu and yet still enjoy a fun night out? Seminyak would be the perfect place! With long winding lanes like Canggu and a perfect beach side setting at Potato Head Beach Club, you will never want to leave this place. Spend the day walking around discovering new places to gorge on delicious food, the night by the beach sipping on some of the most divine cocktails, and stay at one of the several traditional Balinese villas dotting the lanes. It’s a day you will never regret.

It's the perfect place to rewind and relax after a hectic city life.

Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Seminyak, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Pandawa Beach by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Tegallalang, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Jalan Monkey Forest, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
Photo of Goa Gajah, Jalan Raya Goa Gajah, Gianyar, Bali, Indonesia by Faye Rodrigues
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