Sights & Attractions in Bali (Indonesia) Reviews
Newest Review: ... that are not on a reef break so safe for surfing. Depending on when you are in Bali there are festivals on which are very vibrant with colours and traditional cultures. As you travel through Bali there are all the rice terraces to see and if you head to Lake Batur you will be able to see the active volcano. in Kuta there is the Bali Waterpark, which is a fantastic place to escape to with children, several water slides and sun bathing areas. Ulu Watu is great in the evening, the most amazing sun set that you will ever see, so definatly worth a visit, bus tours go to there and you can also look around the temple and gardens whilst there. ... more
Customer Sights & Attractions in Bali (Indonesia) Reviews (2)
by - written on 05/01/09 (Useful, 25 readings)
Bali is an island of culture and sun, sea and sand. The sights and attractions across the island are imense, starting with the miles of sandy beaches across the island, where many surfers and surf schools can be found. The well known beach being in Kuta, long sandy beach and fantastic waves that are not on a reef break so safe for surfing. Depending on when you are in Bali there are festivals on which are very vibrant with colours and traditional cultures. As you travel through Bali there are all the rice terraces to see and if you head to Lake Batur you will be able to see the active volcano. in Kuta there is the Bali Waterpark, which is a fantastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/01, updated on 15/02/01 (Very useful, 126 readings)
If i only had one place to recommend in Bali (and i can assure that there is more than one), then that place would be Ubud. Situated about an an hour and a half north of Denpasar (the capital), Ubud is justly known as the cultural capital of Bali. Famous for its dancing and dance schools; many are performed as tourist shows in the evenings - Kecak, Legong and Ramayana Ballet, being amongst the better known. It also has its fair share of talented artists. Much of it due to the development through an influx of western artists and intellectuals in the 30's, 40's and 50's; many of whom stayed and made their homes here - some of which are open to ... Read the complete review
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