Time flies and my last Bali’s trip was a year ago, I really missed Bali badly! ☹ The stunning and fascinating ocean view, the unique Balinese art and culture, the rejuvenate massage and spa… There are thousands of reasons to visit this great destination and Bali has been chosen as one of the favorite honeymoon spot for the new married couples. There are so many things that you can explore on the Island of the Gods, so stay tuned and keep reading about the girls’ adventure in Bali!
We love the sun, the sea and not forget the beach too! We hired a local driver / tour guide (which recommended by my friend) for the safety concern. He followed my itinerary and brought us every where. The price is reasonable and he really goes extra miles just to give you a memorable experience in Bali! He also gave us a very helpful advice and explanation about the taboos of some places. If you are planning to visit Bali soon, do contact him via his Facebook Komang Sumadiayasa. Thumb up, abang!
BALI DAY 1 ❤(SOUTH OF BALI)
10am ~ 12pm – ❤ Water Blow, Nusa Dua Beach
The power of nature as the large waves of the Indian Ocean been blow and crash against the southeastern cliff just liked its given name- Water Blow. You’ll have the 240 degrees of the awesome seascape with the irregular splashed and spray adding to it. It is a quiet and beautiful place and it located at Nusa Dua Beach which is just north of the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
- EntranceFee: FOC
- Address: Semenanjung Nusa Dua, Nusa Dua, Bali 80517, Indonesia.
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1pm ~ 3pm – ❤ Nusa Dua Beach
Nusa Dua Beach is one of the must visit tourist destination which consists of world class hotels, shopping complex with well-maintained
facilities, a luxury golf course, white golden sandy beach and many more. Enhance your memories with the exciting water sports activities such as parasailing, jet ski, diving, snorkeling and white rafting.
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5pm ~ 7pm – ❤ Pura Luhur Uluwatu
Uluwatu Temple is a famous Balinese Sea Temple which renowned for its awesome sunset scene. You may visit the beautiful sea temple during the evening and they have a daily Kecak Dance performance at 6pm. The local believe that Uluwatu Temple is one of the 9 directional temples of Bali to protect them from evil. Furthermore, you need to be properly dressed before entering the temple. You can put on their nice purple sarong and sashes at the entrance. Do take note that the temple is inhabited by the naughty monkeys who are notorious for snatching visitor’s belongings.
- Operation Hour: 9am – 6pm (Daily)
- Entrance Fee: IDR 30,000
8pm –❤ Dinner at Jimbaran Beach
Numerous seafood restaurants can be found along Jimbaran Beach with the magical moment of the sunset view. Sitting at a table on the beach with the spectacular ocean view and colourful fishing boat, have a seat on the roofed sea terrace while over viewing the Jimbaran Bay and landing of the aeroplane on another side of the city. Just sip a cocktail and enjoy the freshly prepared seafood dinner by the local chef!
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