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Bali
Transportation in Bali

Air transport is served by the Ngurah Rai International Airport, with destinations to the number of major cities in Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, and Japan. Runway and aircraft coming and going can be seen clearly from the beach.
Bali has a network of excellent roads available, especially to areas of tourist destination. Most residents have private vehicles and choose to use it because the public transportation modes are not available with either, except for taxis.

Types of public transport in Bali, among others

Buggy, a vehicle with a horse as the attractants
Motorcycle taxi, motorcycle taxi
Bemo, serving in and between cities
Taxis
Buses, intercity service relationships, rural, and between provinces.
Bali is connected with the island of Java by ferry service linking the Port of Port Gilimanuk Ketapang in Banyuwangi regency, long tempuhnya about 30 to 45 minutes. Crossing to Lombok Island through Padang Bay Harbor to the Port of Sheet, which takes about four hours.

 
Places in Bali

Tanah Lot


In the wake of the rocks in the middle of the beach, one of the places to watch sunset in Bali is located in Tabanan regency.

Pura Besakih


The largest temple in Bali is located in eastern Bali (Karangasem). A very famous temple because this is always crowded splendor visited by domestic and foreign tourists.

Ulundanu Pura Batur


If you have a plan to Bedugul, do not forget to visit Ulun Danu Batur temple located on the western edge of Lake Beratan. This temple dedicated to Dewi Danu (Lake) as a symbol of the goddess of prosperity.

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Museum in Bali

Museum

Bali Art Center
Jalan Nusa Indah, East Denpasar, tel. (0361) 227176

Exhibit of modern paintings and wood carvings in a vast area consisting of several buildings and also the stage for opening and closing dances, complete with restaurant facilities, shops, and other facilities. Open from 8am to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Bali Art Festival is held every year around June and July. A combination of arts in Bali and outside Bali art even from some foreign countries are also performed here. Lasted for a whole month, handicraft exhibitions and dances are always performed every day.

Agung Rai Museum of Arts (ARMA)
Pengosekan street, Ubud, tel. (0361) 976,659.

Open daily from 8am - 6pm. Various collections and exhibitions can be seen from one room to another involves various styles of painting in Bali and some of the work of painters Java and painters from all over the country

Antonio Blanco Museum
Campuhan Ubud, tel. (0361) 975502

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Beaches in Bali
Written by Dewi Gading   

Pantai Kuta (the white sandy beach)


The most famous beach in Bali. Tourists who holiday in Bali will never forget to visit Kuta beach, especially at sunset. Kuta beach is one place in Bali to see the panoramic sunsets than Uluwatu, Tanah Lot or Jimbaran beach. We can imagine every day, especially in the evening to Kuta beach will be filled with domestic and foreign tourists, waiting for sunset, swimming, or just walk along the beach. What makes this beach is also famous for its waves high enough for water sports especially surfing (surfing). No wonder that along the coast we can easily find a rented surfboard. You want to try?

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About Bali
Written by Dewi Gading   

Bali


Bali is an island in Indonesia, but it's also one of the provinces of Indonesia. Bali lies between Java and Lombok Island. Denpasar is the capital of his province, which is located in the south of the island. The majority of Balinese are Hindu. In the world famous Bali as a tourist destination with a unique variety of art-culture results, especially for the Japanese and Australian tourists. Bali is also known as Island of the Gods.

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