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Introducing the land of the Gods Bali

14 December 2012

Categories : Culture and Heritage

Introducing the land of the Gods Bali

So there I was on my second day in Bali: stuck in traffic again. The island forms a bottleneck just between Denpasar and the airport. Motor bikes are beeping, cars are jammed. There has to be more to this place, right? Of course there is. This is Bali. It’s not a world-famous tourism destination for bad traffic! So what is it about Bali? I wanted to dig a little deeper and see why this “land of the Gods” is so special. In a mere couple decades,...

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Tag : Bali Spirit Festival

Bali: The World Famous Island Destination

14 December 2012

Categories : Adventure - Water Sport - Sightseeing - Culture and Heritage

Bali: The World Famous Island Destination

Bali is world famous. The top island destination in Indonesia is synonymous with exotic travel, luxury spa resorts, idyllic beaches, picturesque mountain scenery, great food, shopping, party and all fun-related activities. The tourist haven is known as the 'island of a thousand temples', with over 90% of Balinese are Hindus. Probably one of the most photographed temples in Bali, the 11th century Uluwatu Templeis perched on top of the cliff overlooking the sea. Here...

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Tag : Bali Spirit Festival

Vid Compilations of Indonesia!

26 December 2012

Categories : Travelings - Culture and Heritage

Vid Compilations of Indonesia!

Check out my two short video compilations of Indonesia: Nature & Wonders of Indonesia (http://youtu.be/vSz9ljR_WjU) Of Indonesian Beauties & Dance (http://youtu.be/89j4Y7_67OE) Read: Discover Indonesia | Activities & Things to Do in Indonesia | Diving & Snorkeling   Read all posts on Travel2Indonesia Keep in touch! Add me on Facebook Twitter

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Tag : Mount Bromo, Exploring the Cuisine of Dayak tribes in West Kalimantan, Gawai Dayak: Dayak Tribe Harvest Ceremony in West Kalimantan

Pura Luhur Poten

26 December 2012

Categories : Culture and Heritage

Pura Luhur Poten

Pura Luhur Poten holds a significant importance to the Tenggerese tribe who scatter across the mountainous villages such as Ngadisari, Wonokitri, Ngadas, Argosari, Ranu Prani, Ledok Ombo and Wonokerso. As the decline of Majapahit Kingdom dawned upon these people, they emphatically moved to the outskirts of the volcanoes, which inaccessibility was their greatest asset to fend off any foreign intrusions. Until today, the Tenggerese are isolated from the rest of the...

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Tag : Mount Bromo