Over the years Bali has become one of the most popular islands in the Far East. It is one of the 13,677 islands which make up the Indonesian archipelago that stretches over 5000 km along the equator, between the Indian and Pacific oceans. With its only 140 kilometers length and 80 kilometers width, Bali is well known all over the world for its coral fringed beaches, lush tropical forests, hot springs, volcanoes, hidden temples and mountainous landscapes all waiting to be explored. With such a variety of landscapes and rich culture you can easily spend a couple of weeks enjoying it. And throughout central Bali you can visit colorful markets, learn about Balinese culture, see countless temples, experience religious festivals and traditional dancing.

If you want to get away from the touristy and commercial places in Bali, please let me take you to discover the hidden part of this paradise island. I have confidently designed some wonderful tours to bring you closer to the real Bali and offering you the opportunity to learn about the Balinese cultures and way of life of its people. There might be no one else that can bring you so close to the real Bali.

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Bali is not only Sand, Sea, Surf but there are more to explore throughout the island. There are stunning natural scenery, true smiles of the people, and a peaceful life out there in small remote villages, there are a peaceful rhythm out on the lush river valley, on a high altitudes of the beautiful mountains, lakes, and rain forest. Let's explore the hidden part of the Island and experience the best of Bali in a very relaxing tours and sightseeing. Call 62(081)239 29762 or wsueta@gmail.com

Friday, April 18, 2008


Cycling is one of the best ways to discover the real part of the island’s life and beauty. For travelers who seek to go deep into Bali's Countryside and witness first hand the daily life of rural rice farmers and craftsmen. One of a nice and quit easy safe cycling you can do starting from Ubud Village. We can cycle through Penestanan Village which is known as the home for the local artists where there are numbers of artisans .

From Penestanan, We keep cycling through the village of Sayan and then making a right turn by a temple with huge Banyan trees on its outer courtyard, continue cycling via Semana Village and make a right turn down over a bridge that across the Ayung River where visitors are doing a white water rafting. A fabulous stop can be made by the bridge where you can have a short walk down to the river. In the morning, you would be able to see some of the local women diving down in the river collecting the volcanic sand that they would sell the people for a construction’s material.

You will be amazed on how hard these people work gathering the sand from the bottom of the river and carrying it up to the street. Continuing our cycling up through the village of Bongkasa, you will be offered such a real scene of Balinese village with its traditional family compounds line up on both side of the village’s road, well built house gates of bricks and sandstones, elaborate family temple and a spectacular view over green rice paddies as well the view of the mountain range over central and north eastern Bali.

By the time, We arrive at Banjar Kambang, make a right turn and cycle through the Banjar Sayan and to Pura Ayun where there is a nice village temple that’s built next to a huge Banyan tree. It is an ancient banyan tree which probably thousands of year old growing on the outer courtyard of the temple. The trees are really huge and almost conquering quit a big area around the temple with its fabulous roots hanging down from the branches. We can easily spend half an hour hanging around the area and would be such a great spot for resting after our cycling.

And then we continue cycling up through Banjar Tegal Kuning and then on to Taman Village where you can explore the village that is known for its farming. The local villagers are farming cocoa, coconut and other tropical fruits farming as well as rice. After Taman village, you both can go on cycling to Sangeh Monkey forest. Picked up by our Air-Conditioned Vehicle and transferred back to your hotel.

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