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A Tour of Balinese Villas Posted by on Jul 27, 2017

A Tour of Balinese Villas

When traveling in Bali, you’ve got tons of choices for where to stay. There are hotels, guesthouses, and hostels of all shapes and sizes on the very popular island for all budgets. While these are all well and good, it’s hard to beat the amazing villas that are available. Join us on a tour of…

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Taman Ujung Video Tour Posted by on Jul 11, 2017

Taman Ujung Video Tour

Explore Taman Ujung water palace in this video tour. Located on Bali’s east coast with the sea on one side and mountains on the other, it’s a stunning place. Here you can explore the massive grounds, which feature three pools along with several pavilions, fountains, and statues. Climb to the top to enjoy the panoramic…

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Taman Ujung Water Palace Posted by on Jul 6, 2017

East Bali is home to a couple of gorgeous water palaces. We’ve already explored Tirta Gangga, with its pools full of sacred water and its lotus-shaped fountain. Next up is a visit to Ujung Water Palace, known to locals as either Taman Ujung or Taman Sukasada. It’s located just a few kilometers from the town…

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Tirta Gangga Video Tour Posted by on Jun 22, 2017

Tirta Gangga Water Palace

When traveling on Bali’s east coast in towns like Amed or Candidasa, you won’t want to miss the beautiful water palaces. Explore the Tirta Gangga water palace with us in this short video and start planning your trip!

Tirta Gangga Water Palace Posted by on Jun 14, 2017

Bali is famous for its stunning beaches and terraced rice paddies, but did you know that the island is also home to a few incredible water palaces? Skip the crowds in the southern beach towns in Ubud and escape to the island’s east coast to explore a few of these beautiful places. First up is…

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An Afternoon in Denpasar Posted by on Jan 24, 2017

Denpasar adalah kota ibu BaliĀ (Denpasar is the capital of Bali). While it’s obviously important, the capital city often gets overlooked by visitors in favor of the beaches in the south or the rice fields of Ubud. Spending an afternoon here is a great way to learn about Balinese culture and history. Check out the Bali…

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