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:
Bali always in my heart. This place in my country. How beautiful that place. Greeting from east java of indonesia.
Hey, you are from Java? How nice! 🙂
Hope you’re going to like the series about Bali, feel free to engage. Would love to hear your opinion on the upcoming posts.
Thanks, Hafidh, and thank you for following! 🙂
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I worry about Bali. It does seem like such an incredible place to visit but some Bali locals who’ve moved to the UK have expressed concerns at how crazy the tourism boom has got. Food for thought.
I do feel the same. My first few sentences in the Bali series are actually about that. Check out the first post on Tuesday!
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Looking forward to it!
Thank you! <3
Even though my country is so near to Indonesia, I’ve never been to Bali because many have said that it’s just a typical island and beach kind of vacation. Would like to hear more about what the islands have to offer before reconsidering 🙂
Actually, I don’t think that I’ve payed much attention to beaches, not in this series I mean. Of course there are lovely beaches on the island, but there is so much more to see and visit. Well, when coming from Europe anyway. We don’t have such islands in the neighborhood. 😀
Thanks, hope you’ll enjoy the series. And do let me know if you’ve changed your mind. 😉
It’s interesting how much Bali is one of the most visited islands in Indonesia, even though there are so many. I would certainly love to visit.
Yes, I know. I mean, it’s a great island, of course, but still…
Thank you for stopping by! 🙂
Oh I can’t wait to go to Indonesia. Looks so interesting, different and unique
Believe me, it is! I felt the same. 🙂
Bali is still one of the biggest hotspots to visit around the world! I went in 2013 and 2014 and I’m very much looking forward to a return to see how the island is changing and to visit all the new things that have opened up! 🙂
Is it just me or the island wasn’t that “popular” in the earlier years? 😀
It’s as beautiful as ever, of course. Would also go back any time. Thanks, Claire! 🙂
Oh, I love Bali and this post made me desire to plan a visit again. My last visit was 2 years ago and hopefully, I can visit again before the year ends or early next year.
I loved Bali as well, and I have also traveled there a long time ago. Don’t know if I am to go again though, the crowd became overwhelming.