Friday, April 1, 2011

Bali, Indonesia

After Bali, be sure not to miss these points of Bali

Uluwatu Temple, perched on the cliff of the southern tip of Bali, is the most popular Hindu temple in many across the island. Naturally, a temple, there is a strict dress code, but sarongs and clothing can be rented at the entrance. Under surveillance cunning monkeys that love bags snatched cameras and visitors.

Tanah Lot is the second most popular, many Hindu temples around the island. Hindu temple is established in the sea cliff surrounded by crashing waves, which can be reached at low tide. The temple offers a close-up perfect for a beautiful sunset from April to November.

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is located 20km north of Ubud Denpasar. Discover the three holy temples in a dense jungle inhabited by long-tailed macaques (monkeys). They look cute, but do not feed them because they are wild animals with no table manners. Keep your hand on your property, as they are known to enter the bag!

Beaches - Some of the best surfing beaches in the Western world are located on the island. The east is a paradise for families, with beautiful white sand beaches and gentle seas. Do not swim at the beach, where the red flag has been planted in the sand.

Surfing has been teaching surf lessons for beginners and several along the popular stretch of sand and gentle waves of the beaches of Kuta and Legian, Seminyak, but offers little challenge for the intermediate goods less crowds.

Waterbom Park is a water park (slides, pools, tropical gardens), a few steps from Kuta Beach, Kuta Square and in front of the Discovery Shopping Mall.

Bali Safari and Marine Park takes visitors through the ecosystems, Indian, Indonesian and African-natural. Enjoy the water park, theme park rides, elephant rides, baby animal petting the animal and the elephant looks like.

Kintamani Volcano Tour is one of the most popular tours and spectacular Bali. Visit the cooler highlands of Bali, where the main activity in horticulture. The main attraction for visitors is around Lake Batur and spectacular views of Crater Lake is a large volcanic crater. A climb to the top of Mount Batur, an active volcano, to see the sunrise is an unforgettable experience for guests strongest.

Elephant Safari Park is a wonderful elephant sanctuary, where visitors can explore the elephants and go elephant trekking around the park.

Ayung River Rafting is a fun and exciting experience through the rainforest, waterfalls and rapids.

Lembongan Island Reef Cruise offers visitors a full day of boating in the bay of Lembongan. The boat moored to a large floating dock where visitors can see underwater diving experience, a waterslide, snorkelling, scuba diving, village tours and a lunch buffet.

The sunset is best seen from the beach. sunset at Kuta is impressive solstice in December is when the sun is at its lowest, shadows of the atmosphere and a warm orange glow.

Spa treatment is an excellent way to have fun and is available in many hotels.

The hot springs are several places around the island. Panjar air, a hot spring, among a lush garden, is located along the northern coast of the island, near Lovina.

Balinese cooking classes are a great way to experience the Balinese life and culture through learning about its food and style of cuisine. Learn more about herbs and exotic spices used in ceremonial and everyday Balinese dishes.

Golf is popular in several international standard golf courses with panoramic views of mountains and the coast of Bali.

Diving and snorkeling are offered in a variety of dive shop operators in Bali in day trips to many interesting dive sites around Pulau Menjangan Bali as it is very popular.

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