Amed

Amed. The small village of Amed is on the eastern coast of the island. The receptionist had booked us a cab, so we just had to hop on board, and off to Amed (after a stop at a pharmacy...). The road follows the coast, so we had some nice sightseeing on the way. We chose

Pemuteran

Pemuteran. Probably my best surprise in Bali.      It's a magical place, very quiet, which was very welcome after the animation of Ubud. The beaches are almost desert, the marine life is luxurious (it's a perfect place for divers and snorkelers - hotels usually rent snorkeling gear), the food was great, and the hotel

Ubud

Ubud. Ubud is situated in the middle of rice fields. It's a very nice town, pretty touristic, but quieter places to visit. We chose to stay in a hotel a bit outside of town, but walking-distance (about 30-45 minutes walk from the center, 5 minutes by taxi) : the Bliss Ubud hotel. In the middle

Uluwatu – Pura Luhur Temple

Pura Luhur Temple. The Pura Luhur Temple is dedicated to the sea gods, and is one of the most important temples of Bali. Very important in the heart of Balinese people, it's also very famous among the tourists (expect a lot of visitors, especially at sunset - I'll talk about it a bit further). Famous

Uluwatu – beaches

Beaches of Uluwatu. Uluwatu : surfers' paradise, but also a dream place for beach lovers ! Suluban Beach   Very nice small beach inside a cave, very pleasant as very fresh, but you can't lay on the beach or swim, due to the big waves (but you will see a lot of surfers getting in