The Tirtamerta recreation park is a swimming pool and tourist attraction located in the area of Buduk village, Mengwi, Badung. It is very close to the civic center of Badung County, about 6 km northwest of the city of Denpasar. Despite having been created specifically for tourists, the swimming pool is mostly visited by local people, especially school children. Located in a paddy field means that the swimming area is not too hot. The spacious parking lot is shaded with a variety of ornamental plants and trees. This attraction is open every day from 07:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m and the cost of admission is IDR 13,000 for children and IDR 15,000 for adults with a bring your own swimsuit policy.
Thousands of local people mingled with foreign travelers participating in a charity run titled Run for Give 2015. This sports activity held as part of the Nusa Dua Fiesta 2015 was graced with the performance of a barong sai dance. The run started in front of the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC) and ended at the Peninsula Island of the Nusa Dua tourist area.
A group of young men in medium customary attires gathered under the scorching sun in the coastal village of Kalibukbuk, Lovina Beach, Buleleng. They were sweaty and looked impatient while waiting for the start of the top-spinning games. It involved 44 participants from Umajero and Munduk village, Banjar. The celebration became a series in the Lovina Festival closing ceremony, Thursday (Oct. 1).
Denpasar, Bali (16 September 2015) - Answering the increasing trend of Canggu as one of tourists’ main destination for surfing, Avilla Hospitality Management and Development proudly welcomes Koa D’Surfer Hotel. Koa D’Surfer Hotel is the first surf themed hotel in Canggu that was being developed to accommodate the long stay professional surfers as well as surfers in training for a relaxing rest after a full day riding the wave.
If you like nature adventures, Bintang Rafting invite you to enjoy the sensation of trying to conquer the swift current of Telaga Waja River filled with challenging and winding rapids. Guts and courage are thoroughly tested as you dodge large rocks and slide down the four meter dam. Thousands of memories will tease your desire to try it again.
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Two figures of Ubud Palace, namely (late) Tjokorda Gde Sukawati and (late) Tjokorda Gde Agung…