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Amed
Bedugul
When the heat and humidity finally get to you, it's time to get away to Bedugul, Bali's highland retreat, tucked into the crater of an extinct volcano, 1400 metres above sea level. The three lakes of the area provide the water for the fields, rivers and springs on the plains below. Lush pine forests make for clean air. The area is renowned for its fruit and vegetables.
Candi Dasa
Romantic and peaceful seaside resort with lovely ocean views located two hours drive east of Denpasar. The local villages and rice fields offer an insight into the Bali of old and new and offers an enjoyable days outing from your hotel. Candi Dasa is quiet, so for those seeking this type of holiday and wanting to recharge their batteries this is the place to be.
Canggu
20 minute drive from Kuta. You can enjoy the un-crowded beaches. This area offers peace and tranquility. The beach is also attracts many world's famous surfers.
Denpasar
Gianyar
Jimbaran Bay
Jimbaran Bay is located ten minutes south of Kuta and is set on one of Bali's best white sand beaches. A relatively new resort area in Bali, Jimbaran Bay is attracting some of the worlds best known hotels and new in 1997 is the Ritz Carlton. The beach offers one of Bali's best sunset views and no trip to Bali would be complete without spending an evening at one of many outdoor seafood restaurant on the beach enjoying this view.
Kintamani
Most visitors take only a day tour to Kintamani but it is actually a great place to explore this mountainous region. which includes some of the most magnificent scenery on the island. Luminous green rice fields cover the undulating land, and the revered Gunung Batur (1717m - 5633ft), a still active volcano, dominates the landscape. The placid Lake Batur rests in a huge crater, overshadowed by Batur, and the lesser-known but higher, Gunung Abang (2152m - 7062ft). A tiny market village, Kintamani is 1500m (4921ft) above sea level. Palm-leaf (lontar) and stone inscriptions suggest that the village precedes the Majapahit empire. Many of the surrounding villages claim to be "Bali Aga" or indigenous Balinese.
Kuta Hotels
Kuta is Bali's busiest region and a trip into the shopping and nightlife areas is a must for all age groups. There is a great selection of restaurants and bars and whether it be day or night you will always find something to see and do in Kuta. The nightlife is many and varied and goes on long into the night.
Legian
Legian is just north of Kuta and it is a little more laid back. The shopping, restaurants and nightlife are still excellent and plentiful and you can spend hours enjoying the walks amongst Legian's small intimate streets. The beach offers excellent surfing. Legian is a favourite of many past visitors and a popular alternative to Kuta.
Lovina Beach
West of Singaraja on Bali's northern coast is a beach resort spread across four adjacent villages. Lovina is for those who like still waters (no surf) and are not fussy about the color of the beach. You may even encounter some local dolphins. Many cheap losmens are situated right on the beach. Visit the Singsing waterfall.
Menjangan
Menjangan Island is a small island, located 5 miles to the north-west of Bali island and is part of Indonesian archipelago. "Menjangan" in Indonesian means "Deer". The name is given by local population observing wild deer herds swimming to island every spring and covering a distance of approx 1.2 miles.
Negara
Negara is the main town in west Bali in the district of Jembrana. Most visitors to Bali will have little reason for visiting Negara, other than for the mecepung (buffalo) races in Perancak close by, or to drive through on the main road to the port of Gilimanuk.Negara has a strong Muslim influence being located close to Java, with a large mosque in the center of town. Situated on flat land, Negara had wide streets, local warungs and sparce accommodation options.
Nusa Dua
Bali's premier resort location and the internationally acclaimed hotels that are located here attract visitors from all over the world. Most hotels are first class and above, and the facilities that they all offer for both individuals as well as families make this one of Bali's best holiday resort areas.
Nusa Lembongan
Nusa Lembongan is 20 kilometers off Bali's East Coast across the Badung strait. It is small island, of around 9 square kms in area, with a local population less than 4,000. Attractions of Nusa Lembongan are it's warm and friendly locals and especially it's surfing and diving locations. The water is crystal clear which makes for excellent snorkeling and the local hotel staff will show you the best locations. With relatively few visitors on the island surfers can enjoy un-crowded breaks on both Lembongan and also Nusa Ceningan, which can be reached across a newly built bridge. Nusa Lembongan is the subject of strict government control over all commercial development. Accordingly the unspoilt and relaxed atmosphere of the island has been maintained and indeed it's the island's greatest asset.
Saba Bai
45 minute drive from airport. Saba Village is small, comprising about one hundred households. Most of the villagers are farmers. They grow paddy rice, coconut palms and fruit trees. Recently the villagers have begun to practice the craft of silver-smithing. Connoisseurs of Balinese dance know Saba Village for its legong dancers. Legong is a highly difficult dance form of sacred origin, performed by young girls. The excellence of Saba's dancers is due to their dance master, I Gusti Gede Raka, the Prince of Puri Taman Saba.
Sanur Hotels
Sanur is a well established favourite for all holiday makers to Bali. Sanur is a thirty minute drive from Kuta and is very popular with water sports enthusiasts and families as the beach is protected by a reef and the lagoon offers safe swimming all year round. The hotels are many and varied from boutique to five star. The shopping and restaurants in this village make Sanur an area where you can walk in peace and see a side of Bali that many never see. Sanur offers one of Bali's best alternative locations.
Seminyak
Seminyak is a past favourite of many visitors to Bali. It is still offer peace and tranquility while the excitement and busy lifestyle of Kuta is just a short ten minute drive away. You can enjoy un-crowded beaches or just explore the area at an unhurried pace. You will see the influence of the Europeans with their unique galleries, shops and boutiques. Furniture and pottery shops abound in the area and offer some of Bali's best bargains. Seminyak is for those wanting a relaxing holiday and a laid back lifestyle.
Sidemen
Located north-east of Semarapura, Sidemen is a small weaving and farming village, still relatively untouched by tourism. The climate is always pleasantly warm, but quite a bit cooler than the coastal plane, conducive to meditation and learning. Many famous European artists have lived in this area.
Tabanan
The district of Tabanan lies between the regencies of Badung in the east and Jembrana in the west, and is made up of mountains and plains. Tabanan is well-known for Tanah Lot, probably the most-photographed temple in Bali.Tanah Lot is also a fantastic place to view beautiful sunsets. Every day at dusk, tourists throng the area to witness the magnificent silhouette of the temple against the glowing horizon. The best view is from the cliff overlooking the temple. Southwest of Tabanan is Kerambitan. The enchantment of this place lies in the fact that it is still to be affected by modernization. It is particularly noted for the beautiful old buildings and two large palaces. The villages of Belimbing, Munduk are all located in the regency of Tabanan, with Medewi being in the regency of Jembrana
Tanjung Benoa
5 minute drive north of Nusa Dua and shares the same stretch of beach, however you will find that prices of the hotels, restaurants, bars and shops are a little less expensive than in the five star resort area. Tanjung Benoa is secluded and most visitors to this area will enjoy this beautiful beach and all the facilities. All of the hotels have complimentary shuttle services into Nusa Dua. Water sports abound in the area.
Tirtagangga
Tirtagangga situated in the Karangasem Regency of East Bail which is overlooked by Mount Agung. Views of the surrounding countryside are blessed with some of the most amazing rice terraces with the warm crystal clear ocean in the distance.
Tuban
Tuban is just a short walk south of Kuta and offers a far quieter location yet you still have easy walking access to the thriving area of Kuta. The wide selection of quality hotels offer great value and give this region real appeal. Children and families are well catered for and Waterbom Park offers a great day out. Brand new in 1997 in Tuban is one of Bali's biggest retail shopping areas and it is just steps away from most of the hotels.
Tulamben
Bali's dive tourism saw an increase of globetrotting divers of almost 20 % a year during the last decade. This trend continues. One of Bali?s prime dive destinations is the Tulamben area. Tulamben on its own private sandy beach near Tanjung Muntig. It overlooks the Lombok strait with Lombok Island a distance away against the gentle slope rising towards the peak of Gunung Agung in the immediate background.
Ubud
Ubud is one hour from Denpasar and is lovely alternative to the hustle and bustle of the downtown beach areas. Ubud is located in the cooler hills are north of Denpasar and is the artistic heart of Bali. Well known for it's celebrated sculptors and artists Ubud is an enjoyable break away from the sun and the surf. The shopping is excellent and the selection of unique goods is often better than in the beach areas. Ubud is a great break and should not be missed.
Uluwatu
Uluwatu and its surrounding beaches of Dreamland, Padang Padang, Bingin were formerly the playground of surfers almost exclusively. This is no longer true. A number of developments have meant that easier access, and slowly steps and access paths have been built down to the more popular beaches. This means that virtually anyone can take advantage of these stunning beaches, which are still very quite by Bali's standards. Also located in Uluwatu is Pura Uluwatu is one of the oldest and most important temples in Bali, one of the six original sad Khayangan (territorial) temples on the island. Uluwatu is spectacular and busiest, particularly at sunset when the monkeys play on the spectacularly located temple.

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