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  • Bali Might Be a Long Flight Away - But is an Excellent Destination For a Spectacular Holiday

    Tuesday, June 16, 2009 · 6 comments

    By Olly Symonds
    A stunning island in Indonesia, Bali is renowned all over the world for being welcoming, diverse and incredibly beautiful. If you are looking to get away from the daily grind and head to a place of pure escapism then Bali is the ultimate choice. Balinese life takes many sophisticated and diverse forms and if you want to truly immerse yourself in it then hiring self-catering holiday rentals will allow you to do so. Bali is an ideal holiday location for food lovers and there is a huge choice of eating options, particularly when you are staying in holiday rental accommodation.
    There is a diverse and impressive range of markets on offer so for every meal you can choose to eat as locally or as internationally as you wish. Even if you aren't buying the food the marketplaces are buzzing and colourful! Ubud is the cultural epicentre of Bali and it is a must-see, particularly if this is your choice for holiday rentals. This the best place to absorb the island's cultural heritage. It is from here that different strands of Balinese culture resonate outwards and these are as diverse as painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handcrafts, and performing arts. Music and dance are also important in Balinese culture and their percussion orchestra music, or gamelan, is varied and highly developed. Traditional dances portray stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana - and there are dozens of famous Balinese dances including pendet, legong, baris, topeng, barong, and kecak (the monkey dance). Perhaps you could join in and try some of the dances for yourself!

    Although Bali can seem like a long way away it is absolutely worth the extra flight time. And if you stay in self-catering holiday rentals it does not have to be expensive. Whatever type of holiday you're planning the island will surprise and delight you. This is the kind of magical island where you will find what you were looking for, even if you weren't sure what that was! If culture isn't your thing do not worry because visitors to Bali have access to some of the finest beaches in the region. When relaxation is the aim of the game you can venture from your villa to bask in the sun, unwind on the sand and bathe in the warm sea. There are few places in the world more idyllic than holiday rentals on a beach in Bali at sunset. If you fancy a little more activity then hiring a four wheel drive vehicle is an excellent way to see the island properly. If you travel inland you can see the famous rice terraces and ancient temples. Balinese inhabitants also hold spectacular festivals which are entertaining and full of life and will make your visit genuinely memorable. Wherever you have been during the day one thing is certain - that you will return satisfied and exhilarated to your holiday rentals property where you can reflect at leisure on what you have seen. It is likely to have been pretty special.

    Olly Symonds is the joint founder of One Off Places, a holiday property rentals website specifically geared towards individual and one-off style properties. Launched in 2007 it offers users the chance to search for exactly what they want on their holiday, whether it's a secluded farmhouse, a penthouse apartment or a luxury villa. See http://www.oneoffplaces.co.uk for further information.

    Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Olly_Symonds


    Denpasar Bali - Domestic Flights from Juanda Airport Surabaya to Bali

    Sunday, June 14, 2009 · 11 comments

    For you who live or stay at Jakarta and regions or cities around Jakarta, you can take a domestic flight from Soekarno Hatta Airport to go to Bali. I have told you in my previous posting part-1 and part-2. There are some domestic flights that you can take.

    However for you who live in Surabaya (East Java) and in regions or cities around Surabaya, you can take a domestic flights from Juanda International Airport at Surabaya. Surabaya the second-bigest city of Indonesia after Jakarta is capital of East Java one of Indonesia's provinces. Juanda International Airport is the second-largest and second-busiest airport in Indonesia after Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport based on the aircraft movements and passenger movements.

    One of the domestic airlines that you can take to fly from Surabaya to Denpasar - Bali is Garuda Indonesia. However it just departure only, so you want to go back from Denpasar-Bali to Suarabaya you should take another airlines from Denpasar. For more information about flight schedule from Surabaya to Denpasar-Bali of Garuda Indonesia you can visit this site, then click 'ARRIVAL&DEPARTURE' menu, then select 'Surabaya' for the city and click command button 'Departure info'. From the list search for Destination column is Denpasar.

    Another domestic airlines that has flight schedule from Juanda International Airport to Ngurah Rai Airport is Lion Air.

    Denpasar Bali - Domestic Flights from Soekarno Hatta Airport to Bali - Part 2

    Saturday, June 13, 2009 · 1 comments

    In the previous posting I've told you about domestic flight from Soekarno Hatta International Airport (Jakarta) to Ngurah Rai Airport (Bali). And the best choise to take for you who have enough money was Garuda Indonesia Airlines. In this posting I will tell you another Airlines that you can take that will carry you from Jakarta to Bali.

    Another airlines that has flights schedule from Soekarno Hatta Airport Jakarta to Ngurah Rai Airport Denpasar - Bali is Lion Mentari Airlines. There are about 15 flight numbers that operated with daily schedule. The flight numbers that you can take are JT0010, JT0011, JT0012, JT0015, JT0016, JT0017, JT0018, JT0019, JT0020, JT0021, JT0022, JT0023, JT0024, JT0025, and JT0556.

    Indonesia AirAsia is also another domestic airlines that you can choose, that have daily schedule flights from this airport to Denpasar. There are 8 flight numbers for this airlines. The flights number are QZ 7510, QZ 7511, QZ 7512, QZ 7513, QZ 7514, QZ 7515, QZ 7518, and QZ 7519.

    Mandala Airlines also has daily flights schedule from Soekarno Hatta Airport Jakarta to Ngurah Rai Airport Denpasar - Bali. There are 5 flight numbers that operated. The flight numbers are RI 0565, RI 0592, RI 0593, RI 0596, and RI 0598.

    And onother domestics airlines is Batavia Air, that has daily flight schedule and operated 4 flight numbers. The numbers are JP 0741, JP 0742, JP 0743, JP 0744. For more detail information about the time shcedule of flights you can visit Soekarno Hatta Airport flights info.

    Denpasar Bali - Domestic Flights from Soekarno Hatta Airport to Bali - Part 1

    Thursday, June 11, 2009 · 2 comments

    Edited: 13 June 2009

    For you who live in other regions of Indonesia, or who stay in other regions of Indonesia, don't worry there are some flights from other regions of Indonesia to Denpasar, Bali. For you who live in Jakarta or in a region or city around Jakarta (Jakarta is Indonesia's Capital and the bigest city of Indonesia), you can take a flight from Soekarno Hatta International Airport in Cengkareng (CGK). CGK is abbreviation from Cengkareng. So if you searching for flights from or to Jakarta you should search for CGK, don't search for JKT. Cengkareng where International Airport Soekarna Hatta located is a sub-district of Tangerang, Banten Province. It is about 20 kms western West Jakarta.

    There are some options of airlines from the airport that you can choose to fly to Bali. It takes about 1 hour to fly from Soekarno Hatta International Airport to Ngurah Rai Airport in Denpasar (DPS), Bali. DPS is abbreviation from Denpasar, the Bali's Capital, where Ngurah Rai International Airport located.

    Soekarno Hatta International Airport is the bigest airport in Indonesia. It's the Indonesian 'main gate' from International world. Almost people who come from other countries or go abroad through this airport. More than 30 millions people through this airport every year and the amount will increase more and more every year.

    There are many flights from and to this airport both international and domestic flights. Some of them have destination to Denpasar, Bali. The most popular Indonesian airlines from this airport to Denpasar Bali is Garuda Indonesia. Garuda Indonesia is the best airlines from Indonesia. However the air tickets is most expensive among other Indonesian airlines. But as your earning Garuda Indonesia gives you it's best services for the customer satisfaction. Garuda Indonesia has daily schedule fligts from Soekarno Hatta International Airport Jakarta to Ngurah Rai Airport Denpasar - Bali. For more detail information about Garuda Indonesia Airlines you can visit the site.

    The Fastest Flights to Bali From the USA, Europe and Australia

    Wednesday, June 10, 2009 · 2 comments

    I've just searching information about flight to Bali in ezinearticles.com, and found out a very interesting article written by Matt Verbaan. I think it's a very important information for you who looking for information about flight to Bali, especially for you who lives in USA, Europe and Australia, and want to take a trip to Bali for your holiday. I recommend you to find out more detail information you need in his site.

    The Fastest Flights to Bali From the USA, Europe and Australia
    By Matt Verbaan

    There are numerous flights to Bali and depending on where you are coming from it can take just a couple of hours or almost a tour around the world. For those travellers coming from the USA it must be one hell of a flight since it takes almost 24 hours to get to this beautiful island.

    As you might have expected already there are unfortunately no direct flights to Bali from any of the airports in the USA. If you travel from New York the best option is to fly to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific or American Airlines and then transfer on a flight with Hong Kong Express Airways straight to Bali. This 'fast' option will take approximately 22 h 15 minutes.

    From San Francisco it takes surprisingly 21 hours with Delta Air Lines (operated by China Airlines) where you have to make a stop-over at Taipei before continuing your journey to Bali with China Airlines.

    Flights to Bali from Los Angeles go through Singapore if you're looking for the fastest option. It will take you 21 h 35 minutes to fly to Bali. Flights from Los Angeles to Singapore are operated by Singapore Airlines and the last stretch is operated by Garuda Indonesia.

    Unfortunately there are no direct flights from Europe to Bali either. If you're coming from Amsterdam the fastest option for you is to take KLM to Kuala Lumpur and then transfer here on an AirAsia flight to Bali. Total flight time is approximately 16 h 25 minutes.

    London Heathrow flights to Bali are operated by British Airways to Singapore from where Singapore Airlines flies the last stretch to Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, Bali. This is also the fastest option and will take you around 16 h 30 minutes.

    The best option to take from Frankfurt am Main airport is to fly with Lufthansa or Singapore Airlines to Singapore with a connecting flight to Bali. This will take 16 h 20 minutes. For flights from Paris Charles de Gaulle to Bali it's the same; take Singapore Airlines and it will save you lots of time.

    Luckily for the Australians there are direct flights to Bali from the following Australian cities; Darwin with flights operated by Airnorth, Qantas and Garuda Indonesia (2h 30), Perth with flights operated by Ozjet, Qantas and Garuda Indonesia (3 h 35), Melbourne with flights operated by Jetstar, Qantas and Garuda Indonesia.(6hours)

    From Sydney there are also direct flights operated by Jetstar and Qantas and the fastest flying time is 6 h 25 minutes.

    Have a save trip and see you on the beautiful island of Bali!

    Matt Verbaan

    On his personal travel website http://www.bali-travel-life.com/flights-to-bali.html Matt Verbaan gives practical travel tips about getting around, where to stay and what to do. He has flown numerous times from Europe to experience what Bali is all about.

    Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Matt_Verbaan


    An Indonesian Paradise - Bali's Hotel Santika

    Tuesday, June 9, 2009 · 1 comments

    By David Urmann

    Bali is noted as the heart of Indonesia's cultural and traditional heritage. Its tropical landscape, mixed with captivating oceanfront accommodations, make it a relaxing sanctuary for travelers and visitors. This is particularly for those seeking refuge from the stressful façade of city living.

    Amongst all other oceanfront hotels, Hotel Santika stands out with about 171 stylish and elegant suites, private bungalows and guestrooms. These are all situated across a beautiful garden environment, exhibiting excellent collections of fragrant flora and native trees.

    In Hotel Santika, guests will thrive on a committed level of hospitality only Bali is known for. You are also guaranteed with wonderful amenities and quality services. Hence, Hotel Santika takes pride as an icon of excellence throughout the Indonesian archipelago.

    Out of respect for the Balinese philosophy of "harmony and balance between man and the environment," the hotel features an elegant selection of room categories. All of which are attuned to the varied needs of their international guests. They believe that for every type of person, there is an appropriate room accommodation. This would include business delegates who would like to participate in important meetings and ventures, families taking a vacation with their children, as well as couples who want to spend some alone time together.

    Here are Hotel Santika's room types:

    Deluxe Rooms

    These rooms offer fascinating garden views and slight ethnic decors. Hotel Santika has a total of sixty deluxe rooms situated a few steps away from their swimming pool. You can even request for inter-connected rooms, if needed.

    Premiere Rooms

    These rooms, unlike the deluxe rooms situated in the central part of the hotel, is set along Hotel Santika's separate wing. Sixty-eight premiere rooms, showcasing contemporary Balinese designs, promote a feeling of comfort for all its guests. Similar to deluxe rooms, you can also request for inter-connected rooms, if needed.

    Garden Bungalows

    Conventionally thatched roofs, elegant Balinese designs, handcrafted furnishings, along with indulging bathrooms, outdoor showers, beautiful pathway entrances and spacious units, all make this type of room perfect for couples and honeymooners. This is especially suitable for those seeking a private hideaway and romantic ambiance. Hotel Santika has a total of sixteen garden bungalows.

    Garden Double Queen Bungalows

    For those wanting enough space for the whole family, this is the appropriate accommodation for you. Designed with a sense of Balinese aesthetic elements, extravagant bathrooms, outdoor showers and canopy beds, a total of sixteen Garden Double Queen Bungalows can comfortably indulge you to stay in Hotel Santika much longer.

    Oceanfront Suites

    With a total of eight oceanfront suites placed on a secluded setting, you will adore a landscaped Balinese garden compound with your very own pool. These suites not only showcase understated decors and rustic elegance, it also guarantees semi-outdoor bathrooms as well as shaded terraces.

    Presidential Suite

    Reminiscent to the traditional Balinese Village setting, these exclusive presidential suites are packaged with a private pool, proportional space, two bedrooms and a traditional bale for captivating sunset views. With its local architectural notion, this room type will not only provide you with a sense of privacy and peace, it is also suitable for those traveling with kids.

    Hotel Santika Premiere Beach Resort Bali is also capable of providing you with a 24 hour Butler Services (Suite and Bungalow guests only), 2 bars, 3 restaurants and 24 hour room services. This is along with a spa, business center, library, internet and meeting facilities which can accommodate up to 150 guests. They also have a 24 hour on-call doctor, tour desk, shopping arcade, as well as limousine and taxi services.

    Other facilities and amenities include car and bike rentals, currency exchange, parking areas, public wi-fi areas, valet services and laundry services. You can also request for an extra cot or babysitter, if necessary. For gaming and leisure, you will enjoy their tennis court, game room, playground and 3 pools.

    All rooms are equipped with a mini bar, safety deposit boxes, satellite TV, as well as a hairdryer, tea or coffee making facility and an IDD phone.

    For more information on Ocean Front Hotels and Ocean Front Hotels in Cape Cod please visit our website.

    Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=David_Urmann


    Bali Kuta Beach - Where Will You Stay There ?

    Saturday, June 6, 2009 · 3 comments

    Since Kuta Beach is a favourite spot where you can keep yourself busy all day, because many things you can do there. So it is a good idea if you decide to stay at around Kuta Beach. But you don't worry about that. All the accomodations you need are available there. There are so many hotels, villas, resorts, bungalows that you can choose to stay. And also other things you need, such as shops, restaurants, spas, and so on.

    If you are a souvenirs lover and want to add your collections, don't worry there are so many souvenir's shops around the Kuta Beach. Many kinds of souvenir are sold in many souvenir's stands. There are so many kinds of Balinese typical souvenirs you can choose,
    such as t-shirt with Balinese picture, beads, wooden statues, and many other Balinese handycrafts.

    How about cuisine? Don't worry! There are so many restaurants, cafes, and other food stands there. Many kinds of cuisine in the world can be found there. Western cuisine, eastern cuisine, and also Indonesian traditional cuisine are available. Of course from cheapist to most expensive price of cuisines are available.

    And at Kuta Beach you can do many other things. So it's a good idea if you stay around Kuta Beach. Because you don't need to loose your time. You can do all things you need to do all the day, from the morning to late at night.

    Here it is a list of some hotels, villas, and bungalows around Kuta Beach that you can choose to stay.

    • Adhi Dharma Hotel

    • Adika Sari Bungalow

    • Agung Beach Bungalow

    • Alam Kulkul Boutique Resort

    • Ananda Bungalow

    • Aneka Beach Hotel

    • Aquarius Hotel

    • Bali Agung Village

    • Bali Bungalow

    • Bali Dwira Hotel

    • Bali Segara Hotel

    • Bali Village Hotel

    • Bali Matahari Hotel

    • Casa Padma

    • Club Bali Suites

    • Dayu Beach Inn

    • Desamuda Village

    • Flora Beach Inn

    • Green Garden Bali

    • Hard Rock Hotel Bali

    • Kuta Paradiso

    • Ramayana Hotel

    • Sahid Raya Bali

    • The Legian

    • And so on


    What Will You Do if You Able to Reach Bali in a Few Minutes?

    Tuesday, June 2, 2009 · 10 comments

    I am sure you have known about Bali. Since Bali is a most popular place in the world. A place that attracts very much people all over the world. Every one wants to go there for a vacation, relaxing, having a fun, and so on.

    So if you able to reach Bali in a few minutes everyday, what will you do then?

    Since I'm working for a company, I start working at 8 o'clock in the morning. And

    then having a break at 12 o'clock for lunch. And start working again at 13.00 after lunch. And leave for my office at 16.00 in the afternoon.

    So if I able to reach Bali in a few minutes, I will do the following activities:

    • Early in the morning I go to Sanur beach for jogging, having a sun rise, and then having a breakfast

    • At 7.30 in the morning I leave for Sanur and go to my office, and start working at 8.00 then

    • At 12.00 in the afternoon I hurry up to go to Kuta beach, having a lunch in a restaurant under palm trees, in the same time having a cool breeze

    • At 12.45 in the afternoon I go back to my office to continue working after lunch

    • At 16.00 in the afternoon I go to Kuta beach again for relaxing, and waiting for a sun set. Then I have a dinner there. At 20.00 in the evening I go home with a smiling face because very happy.

    Then what about you? What do you think so?

    Please write down in the below comment box, what will you do if you able to reach Bali in a few minutes everyday.


    Kuta an Amazing Sunset Beach in Bali

    Monday, June 1, 2009 · 4 comments

    Kuta Beach is a very popular place that attracts tourists from all over the world. Kuta Beach is an amazing place for relaxing and having a fun. Kuta Beach with golden sand and swaying palm trees is very very good place to relax, especially during the sunset when the sky turns into a deep-red or purple colour. You will be amazed to watch the stunning sunset at the beach. Yes, Kuta Beach is very famous in the world of its sunset.

    If you are a swimming lover, Kuta Beach is also a good place to go for a swim, even
    it has big waves. However before you jump into the sea for a swim you have to look left and right first, make sure that the red flags don't visible on the beach. If the red flags visible on the beach it means dangerous and no one alowed to go for a swim.

    Kuta Beach with its big waves is also very good place for surfing. There are many surf boards there that you can rent. If you haven't surfed yet before, you can ask a surf instructor to get a lesson of surfing. He will teach you how to stand on a surf board. Or you can choose a Balinese surfer at the beach who will show you how to do it. If you are an expired surfer, you can go wild and crazy surfing here.

    However the most interesting thing for me is its sunset. It is so beautiful during the sunset when the sky turns into a deep-red or purple colour. It is an unforgettable experience for me to watch the sunset at Kuta Beach.

    What about you? Have you any idea? Please write down your comment in the below comment box.


    Sanur Beach - Your Beach in Bali?

    Thursday, May 28, 2009 · 4 comments

    By Matt: Verbaan

    Sanur beach is definitely an option if you are planning a holiday in which your main activity is relaxing on the beach. It is one of the biggest and nicest beaches on Bali and the walk way along the beach is perfect for jogging, cycling and strolling in the early mornings or just towards the end of the afternoon.

    This beach has been attracting travelers since the 1960's. To profit from the increase of tourist numbers the former president Soekarno used his resources to

    build a huge 9 story building with a bowling alley, golf course and massive swimming pool right at the beach. You can still see it today and can only wonder why they haven't gotten rid of it yet...

    Sukarno also came up with another idea which seems to be more successful than his massive hotel. At that time Sanur beach looked a bit different: it had black volcanic sand instead of the white sand it has today.

    So what happened...?

    Well, it had nothing to do with the miracles of Mother Nature. Instead the former president brought in tons of golden coral sand to cover the original black beach. The white sand is now kept in place through breakwaters that are built in sea. Imagine that...

    Not surprisingly after that more beach hotels were built along the beach and today you can see many wonderful resorts that offer charming and luxurious Balinese styled accommodation such as the Puri Santrian resort, the Mercure resort and the Bali Hyatt.

    If you are staying at one of these beach hotels you are guaranteed that you will have a nice piece of quiet beach where you can enjoy the sun on one of the many beach chairs that are for hotel guests only.

    Unlike the sea at the western part of the island, the sea at Sanur is as quiet as a lake. The waves do not reach the beach as the reef is located far off shore. This makes it a terrific place to swim, snorkel or paddle around in a kayak.

    There is however a lot of seaweed in these calm waters. But fortunately the hotels have come up with a good solution: they cut the seaweed on regular basis so you can actually feel the soft sand between your toes.

    Besides visitors, these calm waters have attracted local fisher men as well. Along the whole stretch of the beach you can see the typical wooden fishing boats called Jukung. Once they have hauled in the fish early in the morning, the majority of the fishermen spend the rest of their day looking for tourists who would like to go on a tour with them.

    The colorful boat is a great way to see the beautiful beach from another angle and it is possible to go around the lagoon, to Benoa Harbour or to Turtle Island.

    When you stroll along the walk-way you'll soon enough see a lot of shops, massage tables and restaurants right at the beach. The shops are mostly souvenirs shops that sell all kinds of things. The shopkeepers will make sure that you know that they are there and which shop is theirs. But if you are really not planning to do any shopping, try not to look in the direction of their shops because that is usually their cue to approach you.

    This tip can also be applied for the massages on the beach...

    Everyday dozens of women are ready to give you a traditional Balinese massage on the beach. Right under a patch of trees there are a couple of massage tables on which you can lie comfortably while they ease every muscle in your body with their professional hands.

    If you are in for a massage, go for it. It's always nice to hear the sea breeze while relaxing at the same time. But if a massage on the beach isn't your thing (lack of privacy), remember to look the other way and continue walking...

    A great thing about Sanur beach is that there is a lot of great restaurants right on the beach. Eating in the open air with your toes in the sand just makes the picture of the tropical holiday complete...

    You can either eat in a stylish restaurant at one of the hotels which has great views of the beach and sea or you can head towards the restaurants located along the walk-way.

    Here you can find restaurants such as Bonsai Café where you can eat great food for a very reasonable price, the Mango Restaurant & Bar with a great lounge-seating area under the palm trees, and one of my favorites the little Spirit café that serves great sandwiches with first class view of the beach and sea.

    As you can see Sanur beach has more to offer than just nice sand and a calm see. It is a great place if you are looking for total relaxation during your holiday while staying at one of the many beach hotels and enjoying lunch and dinner in the terrific restaurants located right at the beach...
    Matt Verbaan has traveled through Bali many times. In his travel site he shares his stories, adventures and reviews on this magnificent island, including Sanur. At http://www.bali-travel-life.com/sanur-bali.html he lists all the things you can do there, but also where to stay and eat.

    Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Matt_Verbaan

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    Sanur a Famous Sunrise Beach in Bali

    Wednesday, May 20, 2009 · 7 comments

    Edited: 01-Jun-2009

    Sanur is a part of Badung district. It is about 6 kms estern Denpasar. It takes about 15 minutes driving a car from Denpasar, or about 30 minutes from Ngurah Rai international airport. From Denpasar you can go by a car, motor cycle or public vehicle to reach Sanur.

    Sanur is one of very popular beaches in Bali. Sanur with white sand is one of beaches that visited by so many tourists both domestic and foreign countries. You can see sun rise in Sanur, so Sanur also called as Sun Rise Beach.

    Sanur was the first area that grew as tourism object in Bali. The oldest hotels, Inna Grand Hotel and a few other old hotels were built in Sanur. Also there is a museum called Le Mayeur Museum that interesting to be visited.

    Okay, in the next posting I will tell you another tourism object in Bali.

    Hotels Links for Sanur:


    Link to this post:
    Bali is a Tourist Dreamland Place to Holiday

    Bali is a Tourist Dreamland Place to Holiday

    Thursday, April 30, 2009 · 6 comments

    Edited: 31-May-2009

    Bali is a name of an island in Republic of Indonesia. Bali is also one of the provinces in Indonesia. Denpasar is the capital of Bali. Bali province consists of several islands, namely: Bali island, Menjangan island, Nusa Lembongan island, and Nusa Peninda island. Bali has a tropical climate, because it located around the equator. So Bali has two seasons, wet season and dry season.

    Bali has many tourist objects which are very interesting. Bali has natural beauty, and unique of district arts and cultural. So Bali is a favorite place for tourists both domestic and foreign countries. Bali has many beautiful scenes, beautiful beaches, and ancient buildings that unique and interesting. Also many handicraft center in the form of carved wood or stone.

    Many beautiful places you can visit. The beauty of the beaches and the warmth of the sun shine can be felt throughout the day. The beauty of the beaches in Bali has been famous around the world. The beaches you can visit are Sanur beach, Kuta beach, Legian beach, Jimbaran beach, Nusa Dua beach, Soka beach, Medewi beach, and Lovina beach, and so on.

    In addition to the beautiful beaches, you can also visit another tourism objects, like: Tanah Lot, Pura Besakih, Goa Lawah, Sangeh, Jati Luwih, Uluwatu, The Tampak Siring Palace, and so on.

    You can reach Bali easily. You can use the flight to Bali. Recently there are many flights with destination Bali, from the region of Indonesia and foreign countries. In fact, almost all of the regions in the world have the flights to Bali.

    All the accommodation you need can be found in Bali, hotels, lodgments, vilas, shopping centers, restaurants, cafes, spas, and so on. Also there are so many tour guides that will help you in Bali. You will feel so comfort while in Bali.

    Bali is a dreamland place for tourists around the world for vacation. Bali offers so many beauty and uniqueness.

    For your other information about Bali, you can visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bali.

    Okay, in the next posting I will tell you more detail about Bali.

    Please, leave a comment below.

    Links to this posting:
    Sanur Beach Your Beach in Bali
    Sanur a Famous Sunrise Beach in Bali

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