Bali Travel

Bali is a small city of Indonesia. It’s the famous Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colorful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth.

With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and a huge range of accommodations, this is one of the world’s most admired island destinations and one which every time wins travel awards. Bali has something to offer a very wide market of visitors from young back-packers right through to the super-rich.

Places to visit in Bali:

Celuk (gold and silver Smith), Mas (puunleikkaamista) and a stone sculpture of villages – You would drive over these 3 villages and the location of shops selling gold, wood and stone. As you get into Celuk, all the gold and silver smith shops flank the roads, you
can also go down by their factory to take a look at the manufacture process. The similar applies to wood carving and elementary stone sculpture

Mount Batur (Kintamani) – This is the second largest active volcano in Bali. It is 1717 meters above sea level, and continues its lava eruption in 1917 and 1927. It is a beautiful scenic Crater Lake there. You can do a lunch buffet in the restaurant and admire the breathtaking views as you eat. Lunch buffet costs about S $ 10 and a reasonable delivery.

Barong Dance – This is about 1 hour a religious dance represents the eternal struggle of good – Barong and terrible evil witch named Rangda seems to symbolize. Costumes and sets to develop and beautiful. The trick is, as soon as possible to get the front seats and close enough to see facial expressions and the dancers

Trita Empul – Tirta Empul meaning “sparkling water” and water is a sacred temple was built in 960 AD. The temple has beautiful temples and holy wells for various purposes in the cleansing and blessing. There were people and do the cleaning, when I was there. In addition to the temple area, you can see the source of water – spring when the water bubbles through the black sand. To do everything natural. Legend has it that one of the gods, the arrow shot from the sky in search of water, and the place where the bubbling water is now the exact place where the arrow hit

Goa Gajah – means “elephant cave”. Found in 11 Century, this cave was dug in a quiet river valley hard sandstone. Getting inside the T-shaped cavity, some niche uses Buddhist meditation. Among the many historic yet this cave, the holy statue of Ganesh (elephant’s head on the human body), which is assumed to be the god of purification and bad driver. The cave can be quite claustrophobic for some people, but worth a look inside

Sebatu Holy Spring Temple – known as Gunung Kawi “is Balinese. It is a very nice village temple is located in a quiet valley in the sacred well. Trita Empul Something similar is a large fountain in front of the temple, where the villagers used to take a bath. However, my driver told me that this place is not not as “sacred” as Trita Empul

Taman Ayun – The royal family is the largest temple complex was built in 1934, the village of Mengwi, Badung Regency. Area of the temple is surrounded by a moat and some water lilies and lotus flowers. The place is still in use during the opening hours of prayer and celebration of important events

Pura Danu Beratan Lake & Ulun – Beratan is the name of the lake and village. It’s a spectacular floating temple called “Ulun Danu Temple and absolutely fascinating sight. The weather of the lake cool, that is a nice break in the hot sun most trip over. There were people who were hired a traditional paddle boat or speed boat around the lake, but my driver said that it’s really not much to see around the lake

Tanah Lot – One of the most famous temple in Bali. Tanah Lot means “Land of the Ocean” is a fascinating Hindu temple is built on a piece of rock on the Indian Ocean. This temple is the God of Ocean “Baruna,” which the great Hindu priest Dang Hyang Dwijendra name 16 Century devoted built. During the flood a rock surrounded by water and the temple looks like it is floating. In the bottom of the rock is a sacred source of fresh water, but the beach in a cave some holy snakes that guard the temple. The south and the north temple is really beautiful to watch and watch the sunset from the best

Jatiluweh – a place where many of the terraced rice fields. Sights are breathtaking, as you can see the Green Terrace, for a walk.This place is one of the few in the world so nice terraced rice fields have been proposed. Terraces are more likely to cut decades ago, and now was now one of the fascinating view of the

Uluwatu Temple – of the same Hindu priest, which was built in Tanah Lot, Uluwatu temple is the second built a magnificent temple towers built on the rock. The whole temple covers a large area and surrounded by magnificent Indian Ocean. Here you can see a lot of monkeys, the majority of these mischievous, food snatching visitors.