Monday, January 29, 2018

The Heaven of the World Tour Bali Lebaran 2014

The Heaven of the World Tour Bali Lebaran 2014, Bali is indeed a favorite destination for vacation, both for domestic and foreign tourists. There are so many attractions that this exotic island has to offer, ranging from natural panorama to artificial tourist attractions. Well, here is a list of tourist reference in Bali that is a pity to miss.

Beach Miracle
The charm of Bali beach is the main reason why most people visit this Island of the Gods. Finding beaches in Bali can be as easy as finding shopping centers in metropolises such as Jakarta, Bandung and Surabaya. If you are a beach lover and plan to visit the beautiful beaches in Bali, here is a list of beaches that you can make reference.

The Heaven of the World Tour Bali Lebaran 2014


1. Tanah Lot

The first beach destination in Bali is Tanah Lot. This tourist spot is located in the Village Beraban, Tabanan and only about 24 km apart from Kuta Beach. For the fastest route that can avoid traffic jams, you can drive through Jalan Tanah Lot Pass Pass. The uniqueness of this tourist spot is the existence of a temple that is on the rock that juts into the middle of the sea. In addition, in the cave that lies beneath the cliff there is a snake that is sacred. The legend that the local people believe is that the snake was the embodiment of Dang Hyang Niratha's shawl, the Brahmin's descendant of the sixteenth century.

To enjoy the ambience and scenery in Tanah Lot, local travelers are charged Rp30.000,00 per person and Rp15.000,00 for local age children. Meanwhile, foreign tourists are charged twice as much as Rp30.000,00 for children and Rp60.000,00 for adults. You can visit Tanah Lot from 07.00 to 19.00 WITA. In addition to witnessing the famous Tanah Lot temple and the sacred snake in the cave, many tourists come to this beach to enjoy the sunset. Not a few tourists who have prepared the camera to capture the seconds slipping of the sun on the horizon west of the cliff. Not even a few couples who make this location as a background image prewedding.


2. Pantai Padang-Padang

The location of this one beach is a bit far from Denpasar, but its beauty is comparable to the journey taken. In addition to the three beaches mentioned earlier, generally other beaches in Bali are more visited by foreign tourists. Even so with Padang-Padang Beach is touted as a paradise for surfers. The waves are high enough to surf to make the beach that became the location of the movie Eat, Pray, Love is full of tourists armed with surfboards.

The beach is managed by the surrounding community. Entrance tickets are also very cheap, ie Rp5.000,00 for domestic tourists and Rp10.000,00 for foreign tourists. The parking fee is as cheap as Rp2.000,00 for motorbike and Rp3.000,00 for car. Although the beach is open for 24 hours, you should not visit Padang-Padang after 19.00 WITA. The reason is none other than the minimal lighting of the beach to the parking location, so it is quite risky.

From the parking lot, you have to descend the stairs are enough to make overwhelmed when climbed when returning home. The width of the road to the beach was not wide, so you must be patient in line behind others. To get the best location, you have to pass through the crags.

This beach location is in line with Dreamland Beach. From Denpasar, just look for the road to Garuda Wisnu Kencana direction. After passing the GWK and the entrance of Dreamland, you will find the intersection. From there, just follow the path that leads to Labuhan Sait. You will find a signpost with the words 'Padang-Padang Beach-Labuhan Sait Pecatu.

3. White Sand Beach in Bali

Indeed, not a few white sand beaches in Bali. Call it Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, and various other beaches located in the same coastline. But unfortunately, the beaches are so full of people.

You can try going to Karma Beach. Not many tourists are passing by here. The beach with white sand and clear blue sea water is at the bottom of the cliff and can only be accessed using an escalator. This exclusive beach is worth the price to pay, which is Rp350.000,00. This beach can be visited from 09.30-18.00 WITA. Located about 27 km from Denpasar, but only 1 km away from Dreamland Beach.


4. Balangan Beach
This exotic beach with white sand is located about 8 km from the tourist attractions of Bali Garuda Wisnu Kencana tour and 12 km from Pura Uluwatu. From GWK, keep going straight up to meet the intersection. Take the road to the right (Balangan I Beach Road), follow the path to the end and the accompanying instructions.

The color of seawater Balangan blue beach is clean and the waves are favored by the surfers. If you want to blend with sea water, you can surf or swim. But if you just want to enjoy from the shoreline too, no problem. From a distance, Ngurah Rai Airport activity will be seen. Or if you stand on a cliff, you can also see the beauty of Dreamland Beach. In addition, the activities of local communities when dismantling the fish catch in the morning will also give its own nuance.

Again to enjoy the natural exotic in Bali, you are only charged vehicle parking fee. You only need to spend Rp2.000,00 if driving with two wheels and Rp5.000,00 if driving with four wheels.


5. Uluwatu Beach

Beach affairs, the name of Kuta is very dominant among tourists. If not a fan of traveling, lined beach names are even more beautiful than Kuta will not be heard. In fact, there are many exotic beaches that you should also visit. As the beach is hiding in this southern Bali area, Uluwatu Beach. This beach is also known as Blue Point, which is no other nickname of Australian tourists. To reach the beach, you have to descend the narrow stairs. But believe me, the ocean view presented will not disappoint. You are only charged a parking fee of about Rp2.000,00-Rp5.000,00. On this beach, you will not find many domestic tourists. Most tourists who come will surf or sunbathe.

6. Amed Beach
Your hobby diving and being in Bali? Come to Amed Beach to witness the beauty of Bali's north coast. Beaches in the Karangasem region in addition to offering beach beauty when sunrise and marine biota diverse, also has a lake that can be used for beginners who want to learn to dive. You only need to pay for parking services while visiting this beach. In the village of Jemeluk, near from Amed Beach, peyelam can see very beautiful coral reefs, including turtles, stingrays, and reef sharks. In addition, about ten meters from the shore there is a skeleton of Japanese shipwreck patrol shipwrecked during World War II. Interesting right?


7. Canggu Beach
Canggu name would be familiar in the ears of local and international surfers. This black sand beach has also been the venue for the holding of the international standard ISC (Indonesia Sufing Championship). Participants of the activities were not only followed by local surfers, but also abroad. But Canggu is not only for them the wave challenger. Those of you who do not plan on balancing on a surf board can also enjoy Canggu Beach. Running on the shoreline or unmoving on the sand was nothing to ban. Besides the beach, you can enjoy the other attractions that this beach provides. Across the coast there is a stretch of fresh rice fields, complete with the presence of birds flying over it. Of course scenery like this can not arbitrarily you get on the beach in Bali or other areas.

Shopping center
Bali also has many shopping attractions that are interested locals and foreign tourists. Whether traditional markets or shopping centers with modern concepts such as malls, they both have their own uniqueness. Here are some shopping destinations in Bali that become a favorite of travelers.



8. Sukawati Market

If you specifically want to buy Balinese art goods, then Sukawati Market is the right place. The location is in Sukawati Village, Gianyar Regency. If you depart from the airport, you can arrive at Sukawati Market with travel time about 45 minutes. Or if you are in Ubud, travel time is needed less. The distance is only about 8 km from Ubud.

Various items you can find at Sukawati Market. Interestingly again, you can bid the price to get the goods you want. As a suggestion, the sooner you come, the cheaper the chances are the price you can get. This is because the local community (the seller) believe, if their merchandise was sold in the morning, then at the next time merchandise will be in demand.

This shopping place operates from 08.00-18.00 WITA and is open every day except during Nyepi and Galungan. Come in the range 08.00-10.00 WITA when they finished praying. In addition, the fitting price of the goods sold is usually one-third the price offered.



9. Beachwalk
Not always every tourist who comes to visit Bali satisfied only by the beauty of its natural panorama. Especially for tourists who love to shop, you will certainly take the time to visit the shopping center in the tourist destination area.

In Bali, Beachwalk is a shopping place that can pamper and satisfy your pleasure. This international standard mall has a truly beautiful design. Even if you do not intend to shop, then just a walk in this mall will not disappoint. You can also enjoy the atmosphere in a cafe or restaurant overlooking the street and Kuta Beach.

From 10:00 to 00:00 WITA, you can explore this mall. Most of the goods that are marketed are also expensive branded goods. But quietly, you certainly do not have to spend money in the shopping center located on Jalan Pantai Kuta. Not a few visitors who come just for window shopping and take pictures here.

10. Museum Pasifika
The museum is located in the elite area of ​​Nusa Dua, precisely in the area BTDC Blok P. If you stay at the inn in the scope of Nusa Dua, you can reach the destination only about ten minutes on foot. But if you depart from the airport, take the route through the Mandara toll Bali and exit the Nusa Dua toll gate. In about 15-20 minutes you will arrive at the museum.

In 2004, this educational tourist spot has not been included in the museum category, and is still named Asia Pacific Center. New in 2006 this place officially included in the museum category and renamed the Museum Pasifika. As the name implies, this museum displays various works of art from the Asia Pacific region, with Indonesia (through Bali) as its center. Artists who helped enliven this museum through his work, among others Le Mayeur, Antonio Blanco, Theo Meier, Gunarsa Nyoman, Affandi, and many others.

The museum is open to the public from 10:00 to 18:00 WITA. Entrance fee shown is Rp75.000,00 per person, but the price is valid for foreign tourists. Local tourists are only charged Rp50.000,00 per person. Additionally, visitors are prohibited from taking photos except in Temporary Exhibition rooms and Premier Art of Vanuatu and Pacific Island, Paintings of Aloi Pilioko and Nikolai Michoutouchkine.


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