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Bali

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Province of Indonesia, Bali is on every travel enthusiast’s list. With an abundance gift of nature, Bali is known for its alluring arts which includes traditional and modern dance forms, its splendid sculptures, its flashy paintings, excellent leather, beautiful metalworking and amazing music. It has few smaller but outstanding islands like Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan which are loaded with adventure.

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You can find peace and serenity in temples like Uluwatu Temple and Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Mountains like Mount Agung promises to give a challenging hike and an extraordinary sunrise. Rice terraces like Tegalalang make a perfect scenic view for you to enjoy. Bali Museums will not fail to astound you and trip you down to fall in love with the country as it shows the authentic face of it. Balinese food is distinctive and you should not miss the authentic cuisines Bali has to offer you. You can try these amazing foods at the excellent restaurants like Club Med Bali, Who’s Who, Fair Warung Bale, and more.

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Bali is one of the most popular islands and there is a reason for it. Since drenched in oceans and beaches, it is a hub of water sports. Addicts from around the world fly here to take adventures in the most beautiful backdrop. Moreover, adventure sports are also quite common here. It could take you to the heights so that you look at an island from a very different and unusual angle. And after getting tired from all of these, you can reside in one of the most amazing beach resorts. Not to mention, Bali is world-famous for its warm hospitality.


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Sumatra

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Maluku

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Papua

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Jakarta

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Jakarta is undoubtedly one of the greatest megalopolises of the world. A dynamic city with surreal juxtapositions om just about every nook and corner. Right from opulent, steamy and scented streets of the Glodok and to the colonial past of vestiges of Kota, Jakarta in every way is a city of daunting extremes. One contemporary area of Indonesia is the Merdeka Square which puts forth the face of the country just as the world wants to see – confident and bold. With the extravagant mega developments pitted against some of the humblest neighbourhoods of Asia, in the southern end of the city, the contrasts only get steeper. Crosswise the city, it is plausible to rub shoulders with the future artists, leaders, movers and shakers of the Indonesia in the sleek bar lounges and the Bohemian cafés located here. Nightlife of Jakarta is happening and you can enjoy clubbing till dawn and beyond though it is notwithstanding the sober desires of the country’s law makers.   

Located amidst the maddening traffic and the public metamorphosis, life in Jakarta is lived at an all out pace. The city is majorly galvanized by the optimism and industriousness that’s every bit evident. Dysfunction here is damned and the development is undertaken at a pace that puts forth a number of challenges. The citizen here, even the poorest of them are very positive and good natured in comparison to the other capitals of the world. Crime levels are also significantly low.


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Other Attractions

Geger Beach

Geger Beach is a hidden paradise located in Nusa Dua which is not like the other beaches in Bali. This is a quiet beach which is known as an ideal place for swimming, fishing and sunbathing.This pristine beach is located at the eastern coast of Nusa Dua which is situated in the vicinity of the traditional village called Pemige, Desa Sawangan.

The Geger beach is an extension of the Southern beach in Nusa Dua. Beyond its surreal beauty the beach is also famous for a huge temple named the Geger Dalem Pemutih which stands facing the shore. It is said that the name of the Geger beach is taken from the name of this temple. The Geger beach is a perfect location to enjoy a peaceful vacation due to its isolated location.

There are two sides of the beach - North and South. The northern side of the Geger beach Bali is famous for enjoying a relaxing sunbath and also for renting water sports equipment rental like snorkeling gear, scuba diving gear and surfboards. And alongside this, there are many resorts located at the north side of Geger beach which offers a relaxing stay.

Whereas the southern part of Geger beach is known for its two luxurious resorts - St. Regis Bali Resort and the Mulia Resort. In comparison to the Northern side, the Southern side witnesses few visitors. In Nusa Dua, Gegger Beach is a must visit attraction which has a vast variety of things to do and nearby attractions which are worth a visit. To experience the best of the Gegger beach in Bali, here is a handy guide to explore.

Eat Street Seminyak

Resting amidst the vibrant streets of the famous island of Bali lies the Seminyak’s Eat Street is a road which is located at a distance from the upmarket beach clubs. This is one of the most famous areas to find some of the locally famous restaurants and bars. Out of all the locations in Seminyak, this is one of the most popular places for bar hopping and experiencing the nightlife of Bali.

Stretched across the area of Jl Raya Seminyak to Jl Kayu Aya till the Jl Raya Petitenget, this street is a haven for the culinary enthusiasts. The dining places at this street are endless and the foodies out there can find a wide range of food options. Starting from the traditional Balinese food to the authentic Italian and Japanese cuisines, there is a lot to explore.

From the fancy and chic restaurants to the hip bars and cafes, the food enthusiastic travelers can find a wide array of places to eat. This is considered to be the first area in Bali which has laid the food culture on the island. The Eat street is also called the ‘Jalan Laksman’ and ‘Jalan Oberloi’ in Seminyak.

Surrounded by the wall-to-wall blue taxis and scooter which clogs up this narrow strip in Seminyak, the eat street is truly a haven for the enthusiastic foodies. To know more about the Eat Street Seminyak, here is a handy guide which will give an insight into some of the best places to eat and popular things to do around.

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