As you drive along the Bypass from Kuta to Sanur, you will pass by Serangan — a surf spot with several warungs, a Balinese temple, and plenty of cows. It is here, away from the hustle and bustle, that…
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This bright monument welcomes tourists arriving in Kuta at the intersection of Airport Street and Tuban Street.
The statue was erected in 1993 in honor of the legendary warrior Gatot Kaca, the son of Bima, one of the brothers of the Pandavas in the Indian epic Mahabharata.
One of the most significant landmarks of Kuta is associated with the history of this district.
This is a memorial to the victims of the bomb explosion that occurred in Kuta on October 12th, 2002. The tragedy happened on Legian Street, opposite the intersection with Poppies II Street.
This park is located in a picturesque canyon on the Bukit Peninsula. It is a very beautiful and atmospheric place.
The park is constructed in such a way that visitors smoothly move from one beautifully decorated space to another. Starting from the entrance to the exhibition center, then to the street theater. Righ…
Kumbasari Market in Denpasar is one of the iconic landmarks of the city. It is a giant building with 4 floors that houses around 200 shops of local traders under one roof.
Gitgit Waterfall used to be the most popular waterfall among tourists before Sekumpul became an Instagram sensation. Nowadays, mostly local Indonesian tourists venture to Gitgit. The reason is simple.
Splash Waterpark is the newest waterpark on the island, built to all rules and standards just 5 km from Seminyak. Here you will find world-class water slides and entertainment that will provide fun no…
Waterbom Waterpark is located in Kuta, Bali.
The waterpark covers an area of four hectares and has about 100 attractions.
The park is designed as a tropical garden and the visit is like an exciting adventure in the jungle.
One of the places on the planet where you can see pink sand on the beaches, and the only place where dragons live! A trip to Komodo is an exciting journey to the untouched nature of Indonesia.
Indonesia is a country of 17000+ islands which boasts of luxurious landscapes, endemic flora and fauna, secluded eco-resorts that can't be found on booking platforms. Richard Branson, Madonna, and Hol…
What explains some people's love for abandoned objects? The desire to wander through abandoned hotels, empty amusement parks, and search for decommissioned airplanes. All this excites tourists in Bali…
The Pasifika Museum is located in Nusa Dua within a luxurious resort park. It is dedicated to the art of Pacific region artists. The museum's collection includes more than 600 artworks from 200 artist…
You can visit the Indonesian Hindu Temple Pura Geger (Pura Geger) if you want to see a non-touristic and ordinary Balinese temple. Moreover, it is located very close to the luxurious hotels of Nusa Du
Today on the way to Nusa Dua, we visited the Puja Mandala temple complex, also known as the «5 Temples».
The square has a Muslim mosque, Buddhist temple, Protestant church, Catholic church, and Hindu temple.
The Uluwatu Temple is quite an attractive place, but the entrance is paid.
There are many bold monkeys here who are not shy about stealing and simply taking things from tourists — take a stick with you))