Around Bali (Part 2)

Kerta Gosa

The Kerta Gosa Hall of justice is a small pavilon adorned with fantastic ceiling murals. In the 18th century it was Bali's highest court of law.


Kuta Bay, with its long stretch of white sand and brilliant sunset, has attracted swarms of visitors since its rediscovery by surfers and sun worshippers in the 1970s.

Lovina Beach

Lovina is an 8 km strip of black sand in Bali's and northern coast, renowned for its serenity and a local school of dolphins.

Nusa Dua

This beautifully landscaped beach resort of Nusa Dua is home to no less than 15 five-star resort hotels, the 18-hole Bali golf & country club and excellent shopping facilities.

Nusa Lembongan

A small island of Bali's southeast coast. Nusa Lembongan is popular for its white sand beaches and quiet pace of life. Several cruise operator offer day trips from Benoa Harbour.

Sangeh Monkey Forest

Populate by a large troupe of monkeys, this thick stand of nutmeg trees is believed by legend to have fallen out of the sky during a mystic battle between the gods, carrying with it battalion of Wisnu's monkey army.


The resort area of Sanur has grown up Bali's largest traditional village and today boasts excellent facilities for the international visitor.

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot (Earth from the sea) is a stunning 15th century sanctuary located on Bali's south coast, built at top rocky mound that at high tide is completely surrounded by water.


Some of Bali's most interesting diving is found at tulamben, where the shallow wreck of a WWII US cargo ship is now festooned with colourful corals  



Perched on a limestone cliff 70 meters above the Indian Ocean, this 11th century temple is one of Bali's holiest sites.

Arround Bali (Part 1)