Bali Shangrila Beach Club

Candidasa, Bali, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Candidasa, is near Gitgit Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Candidasa

    Traffic paradise, little Bangkok?

    A travel blog entry by reiseems on Apr 08, 2014

    4 photos

    ... website. They just happened to have a booth there in the grocery store. Now I'm all good to fly out again. But first I will enjoy Bali to the fullest. A little program is already set: Thursday shopping at the local market for cooking class on Friday, Beach in a bit for snorkeling, boat tour, tempel visits. I just had my first fresh coconut opened and opened one myself right after, not I just need to learn how to climb up the tree to get more!! Yumm. ...

    Eat, Ride, Yoga

    A travel blog entry by tomandlotus on Feb 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... was wonderful and made Singapore a home from home. Thanks also to Francois who at short notice gave us a room and typical French hospitality, of course any French man would have been glad to receive an English man as a guest after the rugby result! Asia was at an end for us, after 9 Countries (11 if you include HK and Macau) in just over 3 months we had experienced just a taste of what it has to offer. We will surely be back soon to discover ...

    Bali Wreck Diving

    A travel blog entry by ablo on Oct 22, 2013

    ... br> Second dive was at 1530 after lunch and we went to the wreck of the USAT Liberty which is the highlight of Tulamben – a US goods ship sunk during World War II that sits 30m offshore and can even be accessed by snorkelling. Dive was fascinating and I really enjoyed swimming around and into the wreck, though have to work on my spatial awareness! No strong currents and visibility was good. Saw loads of fish and coral which love the wreck.


    Bali Independence Day Marching Marathon

    A travel blog entry by lainelangridge on Aug 15, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... march for miles - in the hot sun - dressed immaculately, sometimes with white gloves. There are awards for the best teams.
    Every Balinese I've spoken to said they marched at school. I asked them if they liked it. They all said yes, of course, it was fun and to celebrate!
    I can't imagine Australian kids doing it - or their parents letting them march for miles in the hot sun.
    As well as the marching there are a few other 'different' activities for Independence ...

    Early to bed, early to rise.

    A travel blog entry by topmantoner on Aug 05, 2013

    9 photos

    ... it whilst the sun set in the background. It was a memorable moment. We didn't stay for food but we did grab a couple of photos of the sunset before heading back into town in the free shuttle. Back in Kalibukbuk centre we found what I can only describe as a stereotypical Balinese eatery. It was basically a shack with a concrete floor, the shack housed some tables and a dirty looking kitchen and the menu had prices that appeared at first to be missing a zero. Deal of the day was ...