TripAdvisor Reviews Intan Legan Kuta
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... on the beach for lunch.
It was late afternoon and I was relaxing sitting down on the beach chairs, putting my feet up on the table that the local beach people had provided me. They offered me a Bintang beer and I fell for it. The vibe and friendly welcoming by them was so warm and inviting like no other place in the world! I was feeling connected. I had another couple of beers and watched the sunset go down, they were playing reggae music on the beach. I was enjoying the ...
... I did discover a wonderful arts centre, Threads of Life. It's actually an organization that works directly with artist cooperatives in communities across Indonesia to revive some of the traditional art forms that have been dying out. The Centre is part museum and part store, so includes lots of information and displays of beautiful, handmade, natural-dyed textiles, baskets and other crafts. ...
... on a Sunday afternoon; Yet suddenly they would leap into a nearby tree as gracefully as a gibbon or macaque and I would be reminded that they were not human. Long have I obssessed over monkeys, but to gaze upon such creatures in the wild should be any man's dream (unless a man has a selfie stick, which beats everything).
The sighting of this particular troupe opened the flood gates and during the return journey we came across an even larger one. These monkeys were even ...
... Legian stretch on the southwestern side of Bali, again only about 5 to 10 minute drive from Denpasar or the airport. Surfing is a major activity in these beaches. Shops, Kecak dance performances, pubs, and other facilities make Kuta a tourist mecca.Jimbaran
Jimbaran is directly south of the airport, on the way from Denpasar towards Nusa Dua. The village of Jimbaran is the narrow neck of the island of Bali, and thus it has two remarkably different beaches. On the ...
... but the rock formations and cliffs were quite special. I spent most of my time looking for sea life in the rock pools nearby the beach. After making my way back up to Kabek we continued onto Pulu Uluwatu which was another cliff side ocean facing Temple. Spent some time here walking around near the cliff side which was a great view out to the ocean. It was at this Temple location that another type of Balinese Batik dance was going to be performed. Kabek told me that if I ...
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