Bali offers all kinds of travelling excitement for world wide visitors. Situated north of Kuta and south of Seminyak , Legian is less hectic but still has a lot of captivating magic. When you seek for that stunning beach to surf with less crowd compared to the neighbouring Kuta beach, then Legian is perfect. Not only does the beach portrait the perfect sunset, it's also the melting pot of unique shops, culinary delights and vibrant nightlife sites. With rows of exclusive five star hotels, huge waterpark, and local art market, Legian is enjoyable for family holidays. The internationally known Rip Curl School of Surf is one of the must visited place to learn more about how to ride the waves from the experts with worldclass reputation. The calmer atmosphere of the Legian beach ensures a suitable learning environment for beginners.
If you want more splish splash, just come and try the Waterbom Bali. Surrounded by ample shades of green, you will be ecstatic to jump on every thrill ride available here. Legian art market is where you will find knick knacks of Balinese handmade crafts and souvenirs. Remember to calmly haggle for the best price on your most favourite find. Cafes and dining places for the pleasure of your tastebuds are easy to find anywhere in Legian, serving a long list of menus, from Balinese cuisine to international finest dishes. Explore and taste them all according to what suits your mood.
If you will stay around here for a leisurely relaxed time, it's best to just stroll around and make your way on foot. That way you can find even more surprising spots and get up close and personal to the local Bali culture. Motorbike rentals are also available for daily use. Car rents and taxis with English speaking drivers are on call should you need them
From the airport, you will need around 20 minutes by car or taxi to arrive at Legian. If you leave from Kuta or neighbouring Seminyak area, you can just walk, bike or drive there.
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Literally translated as "the boiling lake", Kelimutu has three craters that apparently change colors and alternating between green, red, and blue which always independent of one another. Located in Flores, East Nusa Tenggara, you can take public transportation from Moni, the closest small town, to get to the parking lot before Kelimutu’s peak. From there, hike to see the otherworldly spectacle from the top of the world.
This picture taken by @furstset shows the 47-meter-tall majestic Prambanan Temple in Yogyakarta. This temple is easy to get to; simply take a bus from Tugu Train Station or Halte Malioboro 1. Dream big. Never stop believing. The Earth is gradually healing. We are waiting for the best time for you to come and visit us.
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Covered by thin mist all over the village, Wae Rebo in Flores, East Nusa Tenggara is deservingly holding the title "the town above the clouds". Reach this truly fascinating traditional village from Labuan Bajo Airport through Ruteng City and then proceed to Denge Village before trekking for 4 hours to Wae Rebo.
Stood over 2,329 meters above the sea level and situated 35 kilometers away from the city of Malang, Mount Bromo might not be the tallest mountain in the entire Java, but it sure delivers an otherworldly spectacle. Climbing to the summit takes about 20-30 minutes depending on how quickly you can haul yourself up the sandy slope. Dare to try the challenging experience?
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