Hidden Treasures – Bali’s Best Secret (for now)




















Think of mainstream tourism in Bali and more often than not, a lively strip of beach comes to mind. Travelers in search of tranquility and R & R can certainly find it if they look beyond Bali’s tourist capital Kuta. Simply drift your way towards the island’s serene interior, a place dotted with terraced rice paddies, pristine beach and gently humming frogs. Stay away from luxury spa resort to explore other charismatic places of Bali. Paradise isn’t just a place. It’s a way of seeing the world, particularly when you’re dreaming of Bali.

 

 

AMED

Time to turn your watches back and enjoy the Bali that was. An hour from Candidasa is Bali’s best-kept secret – the enchanting bays that make up the Amed area. Held back until recently by bad roads and lack of power and communications, this is Bali’s newest developing area with accommodation increasing six-fold in the last few years.Every bay is lined with double-outrigger fishing boats and the horizon is filled with literally hundreds of triangular sails as they head off to the fishing grounds morning and afternoon. Amed is a perfect destination for families and the more mature travelers. Younger people like it too but often overdose on peace and tranquility after a few days. Read More…

 

 

TENGANAN VILLAGE

Tenganan Village is one of the oldest Balinese Traditional located in Karangasem Regency, east part of Bali. This village is much referred by cultural literature science of Tenganan Pegringsingan, which is very famous in the island. It own very unique local community life pattern which is one example of Bali Aga Village cultures (Hindu Prehistoric) and different with other countryside in plain of Bali. Nowadays, this village has been appointed as a place for tourist destination which can present the attractive and unique matters which able to add the variation of object and fascination for tourist to come. Read More…




PASIR PUTIH BEACH

Five kilometers north east of Candidasa on the east coast of Bali is Pasir Putih, an isolated, beautiful, white sand beach fringed with coconut palms. Pasir Putih is a five hundred metre long, crescent shaped beach, separated from the rest of the world by green headlands at each end and a steep cliff behind. On the beach are just half a dozen warungs put together from bamboo and palm fronds, serving cold drinks and food, and offering cushioned lounges under umbrellas for hire. Read More…

 



PADANG BAI

Padang Bai is a tranquil fishing village set along a picturesque curved bay in the east of Bali. It has a lovely beach lined with fishing boats and makes for a relaxing few days in the sun. Traditionally little more than a transit point to and from Lombok and the Gili Islands, nowadays it has a laid back travellers’ scene with plenty of cheap accommodation, dining and a handful of lively beach bars. Read More…




TIRTA GANGGA

The glorious of Karangasem’s kingdom can be felt when you enter Tirtagangga- a water garden, just a few minutes drive or six kilometers a way from the capital of Karangasem. The place contains series of pools and swimming pool fed by a natural spring, it is a place of beauty and solitude. Tirta Gangga is strategically located beside of the main strait from Karangasem to Singaraja Town and it is just 20 minutes from the local town or 2 hours and 15 minutes from Denpasar Town. The water of Tirtagangga has always been regarded as holy and is often used for religious ceremonies in the temples of the surrounding area. Read More…




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