BALI

Now available to download to the kindle, get tips and informative travel advice on what to see , where to stay & eat in the key areas of Ubud, Seminyak & Sanur.

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whether you visit the picturesque village of Ubud, or the old town of Sanur, Bali has beaches, history, culture and a range of delicious food for you to explore! Find out more get your copy of a Flash Packers Guide today!!

 

The elephant temple.

The elephant temple not far from Ubud centre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The famous Ubud market – get there early before the crowds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The beautiful view from Sanur beach across to Mount Agung – have to get up early for a clear view.

Painted fishing boats line Sanur beach.

Painted fishing boats line Sanur beach.

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The Temple of the Awesome Box – a less popular temple in the north of Seminyak near the beach, is really an awesome delight!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tirta Empul - Holy Water spring temple, one of the holiest in Bali has natural springs.

Tirta Empul – Holy Water spring temple, one of the holiest in Bali has natural springs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This amazing paintings can be seen in the roof at the Klungkung floating Pavilion, going the entire way around the inside of the roof depicting the story of life.

This amazing paintings can be seen in the roof at the Klungkung floating Pavilion, going the entire way around the inside of the roof depicting the story of life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tips for visiting Bali;

  • Don’t eat from food vendors
  • Check your ice cubes are made from bottled water
  • Check the plus restaurant charges (normally government tax and service charge)
  • It’s rude to beckon with one finger, it’s more polite to pretend to write on your palm
  • Always check your change
  • Keep large notes in a separate pocket to small change
  • Bargaining is acceptable
  • A sarong must be worn in temples
  • Help conserve water and electricity

Getting around Bali is now made easier!!

Take a trip on the KuraKura buses, these public shuttle buses travel from Kuta to Seminyak, Sanur and up to Ubud. The buses are clean and air conditioned and have FREE Wi-Fi!!

For more information check out their websites at; http://www.kura2bus.com and http://www.kura2guide.com or visit one of their stands – identified by their green color for advice, tickets and maps.

 

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