Sunday, January 28, 2018

The Miracle 3 Day Tours In Bali

The Miracle 3 Day Tours In Bali, Bali is indeed a favourite vacation spot for vacation, each for home and international tourists. There are so many sights that this special island has to offer, ranging from ordinary panorama to synthetic tourist points of interest. Well, here's a record of traveller reference in Bali that could be a pity to overlook.

Bali beach
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 Miracle 3 Day Tours In Bali


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. Lovina Beach

This beach is suitable as a place to enjoy the sunrise with the backdrop of the mountains. You can rent a boat with a capacity of four people and watch wild dolphins that swim freely in the ocean. However, the appearance of these dolphins is also influenced by natural factors. This resort is located in the northern part of Bali, about 78 km from the Port of Gilimanuk. No fees are charged other than parking and boat hire, for approximately Rp500.000,00. Besides enjoying the view of dolphins on this black sand beach, you can also do diving activities.

4. Dreamland Beach

As the name is quite persuasive, this beach is like a dream beach. A vast, clean blue sea covered with towering cliffs around it will spoil both of your eyes. Coupled with the atmosphere that is not too crowded, you will be made almost on the private beach. It is not wrong. Dreamland Beach is located within the exclusive and closely guarded Pecatu resort area. You can visit here from 07.00 to 20.00 WITA without paying the entrance fee to the beach. Parking fee charged Rp15.000,00 for car and Rp3.000,00 for motorcycle.



5. Tuban Beach

If you just came from Ngurah Rai Airport and want to immediately see the beach, Tuban Beach could be the solution. Circumstances in Tuban Beach are not as crowded as Kuta Beach. After paying Rp2.000,00 you can spend as much time on the beach which is also known as the German Coast. Toward this location was not difficult, just ten minutes from the airport. After exiting the airport, head north. You will find a T-junction, turn right into Jalan Dewi Sartika. After that you will find a fork with a statue of Holiday Inn Resort which is nothing but Wana Segara Road, where Tuban Beach is located.


6. Beach Double Six

This beach name is taken from a similar name named discotheque located on the opposite side of the beach. Activities that can be done on this beach is the same as other beach activities. It's just that the draw and make the Double Six Beach to be slightly different from the other is a colorful sofa under the same umbrella colors. Not a few young people spend their time here just to enjoy the sunset.


7. Pasar Badung
As the biggest traditional market in Bali, it is almost said this market never closes. From dawn to night, there are just transactions that occur between the seller and the buyer. The busy atmosphere typical of traditional markets you can find in the middle of the increasing number of modern shopping centers in Bali. All sorts of daily needs can be found here. Starting from food, ceremonial equipment, domestic necessities, clothing, accessories, to Balinese art goods. As a traditional market, you can bargain the goods to be purchased.

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. Discovery Shopping Mall
Still in the area of ​​Kuta and Jalan Kartika Plaza, a large mall is also here. Location Discovery Shopping Mall not far from Kuta Beach which is always crowded and crowded visitors. Interestingly, at the rear of the mall, you can connect directly with the beach. You can spend time-even a whole day-to really surround or even visit every outlet in the Discovery Shopping Mall. The mall operates for twelve hours, starting at 10:00 to 22:00 WITA.



10. Bali Museum

Museum located in Denpasar is an old building building, exactly adjacent to Pura Agung Jagat Natha. From the airport, you just follow the road to the city center with travel time about 45 minutes. Due to entering a fairly dense area of ​​vehicles, two-wheeled vehicles are the best choice. The museum is only open Sunday to Friday. For Sunday-Thursday, you can visit at 08.00-15.00 WITA, and for Friday at 08.00-12.30 WITA. The museum does not open on Saturdays and red dates. The price of admission is also very cheap, ie Rp5.000,00. But if you want to use this place as a prewedding location, you have to pay Rp150.000,00.

This museum is not an art museum, a historical museum. The museum collections consist of prehistoric equipment, religious and custom ceremonial equipment, and Balinese art and culture development from time to time. Through this museum, you will be able to get to know the culture of Bali in every age.

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