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.

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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

Monday, May 30, 2011

Exploring the West Bali

The first fabulous stop can be made at the Village of Busung Biu at the northern Bali which is on the route to Pupuan. You can enjoy such a stunning panorama over rice terraces, mountain view and also local villages. The next cool stop would be Bunut Bolong where you are going to drive through a big tree which is called Bunut.
After taking a little rest with some good coffee that you can get at a local wrung near the tree, you can continue for your sightseeing through this scenic villages that rich of their farming of clove, coffee, cocoa and rubber trees. The view is truly stunning with fantastic coast line of the west Bali.
Have a quick look at Medewi Beach where it is always being crowded by many surfers who are enjoying the continues waves. It is one of the popular surfing destination in Bali. 

Following the main road that goes to the west port of Bali for crossing with ferry over to Java, you can make a little D tour to visit Perancak Cape with its elaborate fishing boat which is called Perahu. During the day time, there are many colorful boats that are parked along the cape. Continuing north, we can have a look over Eastern Java from an area close to Gilimanuk, the port for the ferry over to Java. At the big T-Junction at Gilimanuk, take the road to the right, heading towards Lovina with a fabulous stop at a temple for Layonsari and Jayaprana which is a Balinese version for Romeo and Juliet. The step is a bit climbing but it is nice with all the trees that grows along the stairways and watching over hundreds of monkeys around the forest. After the temple, you can head east and choose to stay at around Pemuteran or even going straight to Lovina for your overnight stay.

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