Cheap Luxury Holidays Review – South East Asia
South East Asia is a tropical region, climates are sunny, full of vitality and the locals are remarkably zealous and warm-hearted.
Based on the research and tourists review, here are the populated statistics I would want to share. This help to furnish you with a pellucid idea, so that it makes your selection more conducive. There is no order preference in this review.
Capital: Part of Indonesia
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Places of Interests: Sanur – Bali, Tanah Lot, Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Mount Batur, Bali Safari and Marine Park, Ubud Monkey Forest, Jalan Legian, Kintamani Volcano, Besakih Temple, Surfing Paradise, Badung Traditional Market, Denpasar City, Gitgit Waterfall etc
My Rating: 9.6 out of 10
By: Dino Sukawati, Indonesia | May 24, 2014
Bali is a wonderful place. I’ve been there many times. try to get away from the southern area unless you go there for the nightlife. kuta is crazy, bu Sanur, ubud, the Bukit and Manjegan are all great. love the people, the love the culture, love the island of Bali. not to mention the world-class surf!
By: Shivangi Mumbai, India | Jan 25, 2014
We spent 7 nights in Bali and this truely is an island of gods.
The thing that hits you instantly about the place is the simplicity. People sincerely follow their religion. Bali is a hindu island that eats pork. They love Baba Guling.
Some things that stuck with us:-
– Every Balinese home has a temple inside to ward off the evil
– Balinese art and craft is simple awesome- Woodwork and painting
– Each temple even the lesser known ones is just gorgeous
– Rice paddies are gorgeous, if you get a chance to speak with the farmers working there, do so, they are super friendly.
-The locals outside of the tourist areas are far warm and friendly. Almost everyone is up for a conversation:)
By: Baxter Jackson Al Ain, UAE | Jan 03, 2014
One of my dad’s favorite stories was when it was just me and him walking along Bali’s infamous Kuta Beach (I was about 11, I think). Lots of Europeans and Ozzies were there getting massaged and sunbathing topless. So I turned him and said, ‘Hey, dad – did you notice these women aren’t wearing any tops?’ He chuckled, put his hand on my shoulder and said, ‘They sure aren’t son, they sure aren’t’ and then busted into a big belly laugh. Haven’t been back since ‘Eat Pray Love’ went viral but I bet not much has changed 😉
By: Christi Brown Stecker Dallas Texas, USA | Jan 25, 2013
I went to Bali with my two sisters for an Eat, Pray, Shop adventure. We and an amazing time exploring the island of wonder. The people, food and sights are incredible. We stayed at the Nusa Dua Hotel and Spa that is a quality hotel with a beautiful setting. We were greeted with complimentary drinks and shown to our room with friendly staff. The room was clean and comfortable, but we didn’t spend much time there because there was so much to see. We had lunch on the beach and the food and drinks were delicious. The beach was really nice, but there was quite a bit of seaweed. One of our days there we spent with a personal driver through the Bali Traditional Tours. Our driver, Ketut Mawa, picked us up directly at the hotel and although we had chosen a specific tour he was willing to take us to any location we desired. We toured the artisan villages where specific areas determine what you will see. There was textiles, silver, wood carving and temple designs. It was definitely a highlight to see the talents of the people. We stopped in Ubud for lunch at the Melting Wok and had delicious curry with coconut milk. We visited amazing temples and our driver gave us a history on the hindu beliefs and cultures. Driving through the rice paddies and villages was a beautiful contrast to the beach view we also had. I definitely suggest adding a tour to your visit especially if you’re only there for a short time like we were. Overall, I loved Bali and will definitely go back for an extended stay…and probably set up a crate to send back beautiful hand-made furniture!
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