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Gaya Interiors

Established in 1994 by two Australian expatriates, the business now comprises three retail outlets. Special furnishing fit-outs, wholesale and trade orders welcome. All furniture is locally made from teakwood, iron, rattan, sea grass, etc. Our extensive soft furnishing range includes, cushions, bed linens and table linens made from Indonesian  hand woven fabrics. Accent items are […]

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Spa Semara

SPA SEMARA is dedicated to the essential experiences of health, nourishment of the entire person, and the pleasure of body & spirit. Our specially prepared flower waters & oils are made from the scents & essence of Bali… island of magic health * sacred water * and traditional beauty. SPA SEMARA is the source for […]

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Visiting Dusun Kuning Waterfall

Approximately 6 km to the south of the town of Bangli, Bali Taman Village, we will find a waterfall resort called Dusun Kuning Waterfall. So named, because the location of the waterfall is only 500 meters away from the village of Dusun Kuning. The waterfall is located at an altitude of 25 meters above the […]

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Les Waterfall

Les Waterfall is located in the village of Les District Tejakula, ± 38 km east of Singaraja City. Waterfall reaches a height of approximately 30 meters which is surrounded by natural scenery with unspoiled backdrop of hills. Besides the waterfall, the village also has the potential of not less interesting as coastal village of Les […]

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Batubulan

Just outside of Denpasar on the road to Ubud, the small village of Batubulan greets you with platoons of stone statues that line the roadside in a impressive array. Terrible fanged demons, noble warriors, and animals of all shapes and sizes and at all stages of completion rest under the shady trees waiting to be purchased.

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Tampaksiring

The spring that bubbles up in the inner courtyard of the Tirta Empul Temple in Tampaksiring is believed to have magical curative powers, and throngs of people visit the special bathing pools with their mossy walls.

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Tanah Lot

Carved out of the landscape by tides, wind, and rain, the huge offshore sentinel rock of Tanah Lot supports a small but picturesque temple that is Bali’s most photographed location. Only reachable by land during low tide, Tanah Lot Temple is the favored destination of most tourists to view the sun set as it retires […]

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Tanah Wuuk

Tanah Wuuk is a beautiful river valley just 2 kilometers north of Sangeh. Its location off the main road and hidden behind rice fields makes it a very quiet and private place to enjoy the pristine nature.

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Tanjung Benoa

Located north of Nusa Dua, this is a beautiful white sand beach area where visitors can enjoy many types of water recreation and sports such as snorkeling, parasailing, diving, boating, sailing, and more. This area is an extension of Nusa Dua, with easy access to its luxurious hotels and other tourism facilities.

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Tenganan

Protected for centuries from the outside world by its surrounding walls, the village of Tenganan has maintained its ancient pre-Hindu customs through a strong code of non-fraternization with outsiders that continues today. Tenganan is famous for its unique woven material called gringsing, which is supposed to protect the wearer with magical powers.

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Tirta Gangga

Just north of Karangasem on the slopes leading up to Mount Agung is Tirta Gangga, a veritable water playground designed by 6 princes of the royal family of Karangasem. The exotic pools and water fountains sustained some damage during eruptions of Mt. Agung, but the water gardens remain as serene and temting as ever to the […]

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Trunyan

Dating to pre-Hindu times, the remote mountain village of Trunyan still maintains many of its ancient customs. It is one of the few villages left in Bali whose inhabitants are truly native Balinese, as opposed to the Javanese immigrants that make up most of Bali’s population. Known as ‘Bali Aga’, these native Balinese in Trunyan are […]

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Ubud

Famous for its painter’s community, Ubud is special in more ways than one. Its beautiful surroundings and gracious way of life have drawn celebrities and artists from all over the world for decades; some have even adopted Ubud as their home. An array of boutique hotels and unique restaurants now beckon to Bali’s most culturally […]

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Uluwatu Temple

At the westernmost tip of the southern peninsula of Bali, this is of one Bali’s most famous and spectacular temples. The location is dramatic, perched on the edge of a high cliff with a picturesque sunset view. The temple was first used for worship by an 11th century priest, Empu Kuturan, who came to Bali to […]

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Lovina

Situated on the north coast of Bali about 10 kilometers west of Singaraja, Lovina has black sand beaches safe for swimming and snorkeling. Dawn charter trips with local fishing boats can be arranged and can yield hours of spectacular dolphin watching. For a little extra time and money, the boats can also take you to Menjangan Island […]

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Mas

The village of Mas specializes in woodcarvings of any kind. Most of the prominent woodcarvers of Bali dwell here, producing elaborate and fine woodcarvings and teaching the younger generation to carve.

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