Dreamland & Balangan beach may be the new idols & favorites but Kuta is never dies. Dramatic change I found was that now Kuta beach full of domestic tourists instead of overseas. Some ‘bules’ exist, only for taking pictures with bunch of camera around their waist 😀
There is a weekly traditional kid dance performance at Puputan Park in Denpasar. Although I prefer to take pictures of mature dancers, but the colorful traditional balinese outfit and the innocent faces are also intereting to explore.
People usually called it “Balangan Beach” but my friend prefer to use “The Secret Point” referring to its hidden location. The paradise is just hundred metres north of the famous beach, Dreamland. I found the place more interesting than any other beach in Bali
Celebrating my band-mate’s birthday, we went to 2 nightspot in Denpasar, D’Cost night food & WBC pool center. WBC’s VIP is nice for relaxing. With some beers, the game became fun!
Stage photography is one of my favorite. Instead of always taking pictures of the performers, I found that any area off the stage usually got its own stories.
Sanur is one of the oldest beach that government promoted as tourism object in the late 1970-1980. The crown than taken away by modern beach such as Kuta, Seminyak etc. Sanur offers thing that other beach in Bali don’t have: Sunrise
A very nice-hidden-green sightseeing in the edge of famous Ubud. Originally a jogging track crossing a wide area of rice field. Some people used the location for pre-wedding because of its natural green view
A large area on the edge of Denpasar city, built for art performance and exhibition events. This is where an annual one-month-events called “Bali Art Festival” take place
A short trip to one of the most beautiful beach in Bali currently. It’s getting crowded compared to my last visit but still offers the white sandy beach and nice sunset view
Exotic beach located just at the end of Dhyanapura Street on the famous district of Seminyak. Some people also gave a different name: Dhyanapura Beach or Gado-gado Beach
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