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About Bali

About Bali

Bali is  probably the most enchanting island on earth. One of more than 13.000 islands in Indonesia, and Bali is revered as among the world's most popular and interesting traveller destination. Some facts: Bali covers a place of 5620 square kilometre, about 140 kilometers from West to East and eighty km from the South to North. The South part contains lime stone with stunning soft white sand along the beach, whilst the East, West and North are mainly volcanic levels with black soft sand beach. Bali has a tropic climate with the typical temperature of about 30 degrees C all year.

The dry season is definitely sunny with excellent view of sunset and dawn, whilst the wet season is not overly wet since there is nevertheless much sunlight to enjoy throughout the day time.

Here are eleven things one should see if you're in Bali. They key is to arrive there early, in order that you get front seats and be close enough to see the facial expressions of the dancers Celuk, Mas and Stone carving communities - you'd drive past these 3 villages and see the array of stores selling the gold, wood and rock. The same is true for the wood carving and rock carving Mount Batur - Here Is the 2nd largest active volcano in Bali. Exactly the buffet lunch cost about S$10 and it has affordable spread Trita Empul - Tirta Empul means bubbling water and is a sacred water temple built in 960 AD.

The temple is stunning temple and has holy water features for various purposes of purification and blessing. Further inside the temple region, you can see the origin of the water - a spring where water is bubbling up throughout the black sand. Legend has it this 1 of the gods shot an arrow from paradise to look for water, and the point where the water is bubbling up now is the precise place where the arrow hit Goa Gajah - Means Elephant cave. Found in 11th century, this cave was excavated in the peaceful riverside valley in a hard sand rock. Among the several historic remains found around this cave is the holy Ganesh Statue which is believed as the God of Purification and Evil Controller. The cave can be very claustrophobic for some people, but is really worth a fast look inside Sebatu Holy Spring Temple - Is named Gunung Kawi in Balinese. It's a very beautiful village temple situated in a peaceful valley with its holy spring.

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