If you have been a regular on the Baliblog forum then you will have noticed of late there have been some inquiries and great answers regarding the best beaches on the island. The general consensus is that pasir putih, or secret beach, near to Candi Dasa is the favourite amongst […]
Bali’s major arts and culture centre, Ubud has developed a large tourism industry and is located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the island’s central foothills. The town sits centrally among a group of villages – Padang Tegal and Nyuhkuning are to the south, Peliatan and Kutuh are to […]
Baliblog has a decent selection of Bali maps, ranging from SE Asia, to the island of Bali, to regions of Bali and town maps. Feel free to print out any of these for your upcoming trip to Bali.
Bangli & Gianyar are 2 areas of Bali that rarely see large numbers of tourists, with the exception of Ubud (located in Gianyar). There are points of interest for those who make the trip.
Here is a map of Klungkung featuring places of interest and local streets.
Here is a map of Gilimanuk in West Bali, the main port for traffic to Java. Gilimanuk can be reached by heading west from Negara, or west through the National Park from Singaraja.
Here is a map of Gunung Batur & Danau Batur detailing temples, points of interest and accommodation options.
Visitors to Bali looking for an alternative to Kuta, Seminyak, Sanur or Nusa Dua, need look no further. Ubud is close by, but on an entirely different direction than those other places. The temple dances, upacara and costumes are taken more seriously in Ubud than anywhere else in Bali. For […]
Lonely Planet’s Thorn Tree message board is one of the busiest on the web. Once is a while it can be intersting to see what comments people post. One recent post asked a question which I thought would be fun to answer.