Seminyak beach, Bali

Seminyak, The Shopper’s Paradise in Bali

Little over 15 years ago, Seminyak was a distinct separate village totally disconnected from Legian and Kuta. It had a very low key atmosphere with a touch of traditional Balinese village life. Today is a very different story and Seminyak has certainly become Bali‘s fastest area of development. It is hard to distinguish where Legian[…]

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Legian street in Bali

Legian Kuta, The Best Destination For Backpackers

Legian is nicely nestled between busy Kuta and the up market Seminyak. In a sense this reflects nicely in that Legian can offer you the best of both worlds. Many years ago, Legian was once a place where farmers would grow their rice and fishermen would brave the Indian Ocean. You can still to this[…]

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Seafood Culinary Jimbaran Beach, Bali

Jimbaran, The Paradise Of Bali

Jimbaran is located a little over 20 minutes drive south from Kuta and is popular amongst honeymooners that come to experience the paradise Bali is renowned for. It was once a sleepy backwater fishing village providing fish for the local community. This all started to change in the early eighties when it was deemed to[…]

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Nusa Dua beach, Southern Bali

Nusa Dua, World Class Resorts in Bali

Nusa Dua is a very up-market part of Bali and has remained this way for many years. Development started here in 1974 and the ideology behind it was to make an area as tourist friendly as possible. This is a contradiction in that you will only be staying here if you have the money to[…]

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Sanur beach, Bali

Sanur, A Great Place To Explore Bali

Sanur is Bali‘s oldest resort with development starting here in the 70’s. Since then it has flourished along with many of Bali‘s other popular destinations. It couldn’t be further removed from Kuta and the town lies only 30 minutes away by car. Sanur has a very village atmosphere to it with the Beach and restaurants[…]

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The dolphins attraction, Lovina

Lovina Beach, The Famous Beach Resort

Lovina is located on the northern shore of Bali and has started to become quite popular with families and couples. Over 15 years ago, it was a popular stop off spot for backpackers touring Bali. This is slowly changing now with more mid range accommodation opening and visitors to Lovina are choosing to stay here[…]

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Snorkeling in Amed beach

Amed Is One Of The Best Dive Sites in Bali

Amed is one of the most recent places in Bali to be hit by tourism. It wasn’t until the year 2000 that development started and Amed has come a long way since then. Due to its location on the east coast, it has at times been overlooked as a possible destination for tourists but the[…]

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Ubud, The Cultural Destination Of Bali

Ubud is a haven for those wanting to retreat from the busy destinations of Kuta and Seminyak. The town itself couldn’t be further removed from Bali’s most popular destination of Kuta. In Ubud you won’t find scantily clad girls or boys walking the narrow streets in search of waves and bars. It is here where[…]

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Dream beach, Nusa Lembongan

Travel To Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan is an island located off the east coast of Bali. It is a place where tranquility meets the wildness of the Indian Ocean and it will surely put you in a state of mind similar to that of an adventurer. Lembongan is populated with around 7000 locals most of whom came from Bali’s[…]

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Blue lagoon beach, Padang bai

Padang Bai Bali, The Mainport To Lombok Island

Padang Bai has just recently found itself on the path of the backpacker as this is the place where most travelers jump on a ferry for Lombok. If you have the time, it is a great place to unpack your bags and soak up the village atmosphere Padang Bai has to offer. There isn’t really[…]

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Tanah Lot temple

Tanah Lot, “Land In The Sea”

Tanah Lot is a sacred temple on the south coast of Bali around 20 kilometres from Denpasar. It is a place that has been drawing pilgrims for centuries and now has also caught the eye of the traveller with its stunning scenery. Tanah lot translates to “land in the sea” in Balinese and has been a[…]

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Bajra Sandhi Monument in Denpasar, Bali

Denpasar, The Bustling City Of Bali

Denpasar is the capital city of Bali and translates as ‘by the market’. This being said it is a busy city with many of Bali’s people choosing to live and work there. Around 500,000 people live in Denpasar, including Balinese, Javanese and others from around the country. Denpasar is ‘local friendly’ in that rent, food[…]

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The main entrance to Kuta beach

Enjoy Your Holiday, Kuta Bali

Kuta has been a mecca for tourists since a few Australians found it to be a place for great waves in the late 1970’s. If it is waves you are looking for then Kuta is a great place to go. You will probably arrive through Denpasar’s International Airport Ngurah Rai. From there it is just[…]

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Bali Map

From Bali To Lombok

Bali, Lombok, and the three Gili islands of Air, Meno, and Trawangan form the nucleus of Indonesia’s tourism industry. This tourism area includes two provinces – Bali and West Nusa Tenggara. Just east of Java, Bali, with its legendary status, needs no introductions. Bali has held the imaginations of travelers captive for centuries with its exotic[…]

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Top 5 Things Worth Indulging in Bali

The International Travel Magazine has awarded Bali for many years as the World best Island. Bali is one of the most visited islands in the world, where a huge number of people came from across the countries to make their holidays memorable. Below are some of the most to do things during your stay at[…]

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