It’s time for a beautiful island everyone seems to be talking about lately.
Located near the Equator amidst the 17,000 Indonesian archipelagos, it lies between Java and Lombok, and its shores are splashed by the Indian Ocean.
Even though relatively small and remote, it makes every visitor fall in love with the place at first sight.
So, let’s travel to Bali!
Join in as we will go around the place in this series, visiting temples that date back to the 10th-century, taking pictures of rice paddies, having lunch next to the famous Bali volcano, and feeding monkeys on the edge of the rain-forest. Meet the island’s interesting tradition and find out where the yellow umbrellas from the site’s feature image were photographed.
(All the travelogue links are to be found below.)
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For now, welcome to Bali!
Glimpses of BALI: