Park View Heights

Address: Jl. Dharmawangsa No.168, Benoa, Bali, 80361, Indonesia | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Jl. Dharmawangsa No.168, Benoa, is near Pura Tanah Lot, Nusa Dua Beach, Jimbaran Bay, and Tirta Gangga.
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      Bali (Benoa)

      A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Mar 02, 2015

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      ... through was about 20’ wide, and 125’ long. They are even less ‘together’ than in Hawaii. The common areas don’t have doors, or even much in the way of walls. There’s a plaque outside the house to say who lives there, how many adults, and how many children, and the complete address. Central water and electricity are provided, but plumbing, … not so much. They basically have an outhouse. Doorless. The family shrine is always in ...

      Monkeys and More in Bali

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 23, 2015

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      ... they didn't want to work. There are enough jobs for everyone -- men from the neighboring island of Lombok come to Bali for work. However, many Balinese are "under-employed". They may have a university degree, but cannot find a job in their field. Most of the Bali economy is based on tourism (60%), so that is where most jobs are.

      We arrived at the Sangeh monkey forest after driving through villages and past green rice paddies. Before we arrived, ...

      Bali -- A Very Different Indonesia

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 22, 2015

      5 photos

      ... road. Each day offerings are made at each of the temples. Offering are made in baskets made of palm leaves and may be flowers, or food, or cigarettes, or money. Sometimes sacrifices are made as well, to appease the evil. The Hindus believe there is always balance: good and evil, male and female, etc. Interestingly, all of the temples and statues are "dressed" in cloths, most of the time made of a black and white checked material that symbolizes that ...

      Temples Everywhere

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 03, 2014

      57 photos

      ... home has two small temples. One is at the gate protecting the home from the evil spirits and one inside for praying. Many of the homes have shrines for offerings hanging outside the front door. In front of every store we saw little offerings on the ground.

      We visited a village temple that was built in 944, and we were glad we did. It was totally different from anything we had ever seen. We had to be wrapped ...

      Back out on tour

      A travel blog entry by tridentalx on Aug 23, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and Legian. Eventually, as we pass the outskirts of Seminyak and get closer to the temple, the traffic eases and there are areas of countryside with rice terraces and open fields.

      We arrive at the temple of Purah Tanah Lot which is regarded as especially holy by the Balinese but which seems to be a huge tourist enterprise with shops, a large car park well filled with coaches and a ticket office. There are many tourists here yet having passed the tourist shops that line ...