BALI (11-15 Oct 2012)


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BALI (11-15 Oct 2012)

  1. 1. Our journey………Ole ole BaliDate : 11-15 Oct 2012Tour members : - Kat, David & Nokia, Ccy & Shirley, Benjamin & Joey + Taurus, Walter & Cecilia + Casper, Binny
  2. 2. Flight : AIR ASIA – Depart…11 OCT AK1362 1050-1350 Gather at LCCT airport around 0900am. Check-in Waiting for the flight Get on board Flying journey 3 hours
  3. 3. Upon arrival………Pick up by our villa driver at the Denpasar airport.Here we come our Bali Villa Kaira…………… Let’s check in to our villa…hooray… At night enjoy our special dinner at the villa…
  4. 4.  Beachfront villa Kaira is brilliantly positioned on Canggu Area; 30-minute drive from airport and only take 10 minutes to get renowned Seminyak. Having direct access to Berawa Beach, the guests of this Bali Private Villa can do many activities such as cycling, surfing, and doing water sports. In the case that the guests would like to play golf, Nirwana Golf Course- one of top ten Golf course in the world- is merely 15 minutes from this villa. Further, Villa Kaira ensures the comforts by combining modern and Balinese style in designing each room. Villa Kaira has a planned-floor design that the guests can enjoy the stunning sunset every day trough the balcony.
  5. 5. Villa Kaira : Room A
  6. 6. Villa Kaira : Room B
  7. 7. Villa Kaira : Room C
  8. 8. Villa Kaira : Room D
  9. 9. Villa Kaira : Room E
  10. 10. Day 2 :- Our first destination is GWK cultural village. Here you can enjoy watch the Kecak Dance. Then, drive to Tanjung Benoa Beach for Turtle Island & Glass Bottom Boat. You can also try the waters port activities such as parasailing, Jet Ski, banana boat, fly fish and etc… . Next is the cliff top temple of Uluwatu - woaring majestically above the waves with a sheer drop of 100 meters to the indian ocean. We can go to Blue Point Caspel for tea. Krisna wholesales centre – Time for shopping. The things sold here are cheap and has variety of choices (Balinese handicrafts.) Dinner at Melasti Café. Nice restaurant facing the Tanah Lot Ocean. You can see Tanah Lot from the restaurant.
  11. 11. Day 3 :-SHOP around the bali :- Kuta Kuta Art Market has a multitude of shops selling a wide variety of goods including, sarongs, handicrafts, jewelry, clothing, furniture and leather goods. You can find some good pieces if you look carefully and smart bargain. Sanur Sanurs main shopping street is Jalan Danau Tamblingan and it is more peaceful then shopping in Kuta. Sanur has an interesting variety of shops with lots of nice restaurants.There are still a few hawkers but they are not as aggressive, except at the beach market. You can find woodcarvings, sarongs and other handicrafts in Sanur Art Market. Sukawati Sukawati has a new art market and a traditional market on the main road and side streets. Set in a two-floor building, the market sells everything from statues to dance costumes, all at reasonable prices. A large assortment of woven baskets can be found here along with Balinese ceremonial items made from colorful "Prada" - gold painted cloth. These include dance costumes, fans, umbrellas and clothes worn at tooth filings and weddings. Bargaining is a must. Ubud The area of Ubud often regarded as the cultural center of Bali. It is where the image of Bali as a land of artists was created. Ubud gives you the opportunity to see the real Bali. The Ubud Market has kept much of its traditional charm, with squatting Balinese sellers haggling loudly among spices and vegetables. The market also sells handicrafts, many made in the neighboring villages of Mas, Tegalalang, and more.
  12. 12. Day 4 :- Enjoy Villa FacilitiesFree time : Play around, swimming, spa, cooking, chating, and relaxing………………….
  13. 13. Day 5: Departing…… 15 Oct AK1365 1910-2210
  14. 14. THE BALI RESTAURANT GUIDE TO KUTA(incl. Tuban, Legian, Seminyak, Kerobokan,etc) SATE BALI, Jalan Laksmana 22A (the extension of the Oberoi Road) nearly opposite the SAMAYA Resort. The menu in this up-market Warung lists not only all kinds of Sate (small charcoal-grilled skewers with chicken, beef, pork and minced seafood) but many Balinese specialties such as Ayan Pelalah (shredded chicken with chilli and lime juice), Tum Bebek (minced duck steamed in banana leafs), Sambal Udang (prawns with chilli), and Ayam Betutu (seasoned chicken cooked in leaves underground). Or order the Balinese Rijsttafel consisting of nine meat, seafood and vegetable dishes served together with three different kinds of rice. A dinner for two will be about 200,000 to 250,000 Rupiah without drinks. Budget travelers, are WARUNG BATAVIA, Jalan Kerobokan, and WARUNG MURAH, Jalan Double Six near the beach which both offer great local food at rock- bottom prices. If you feel like having a delicious and spicy Soup Buntut (oxtail soup, the modern spelling) around midnight or later, there is no better place than WARUNG BAKU DAPA in the middle of Balis most popular night clubs and next door to SANTA FE in Jalan Double Six. MADES WARUNG on Jalan Pantai in central Kuta near the Bemo Corner has been an institution in Kuta since the early 70s. This has been THE place to see and be seen for nearly 30 years. In the early days, MADES was the only after-hours place in Kuta: they kept selling toilet paper, mosquito curls, snack food and drinks until 8:00 p.m. when everybody else closed around 7:00 p.m. Today you con choose from
  15. 15. THE BALI RESTAURANT GUIDE TOJIMBARAN BEACH The best place for fresh seafood is still Jimbaran Beach with its rows of open restaurants right on the sandy beach near the Bali Inter-Continental Resort and between the Keraton Hotel and the airport. The number of eateries is fast increasing, but the original six restaurants on the airport side of the Keraton Hotel (LIA is our favorite) are still the most reasonably priced, and they serve the same delicious food. All kinds of fresh fish, squid, crabs, prawns, and lobsters are prepared on the open grill (burning coconut husks instead of charcoal) with exotic herbs and spices. A large grilled snapper with a seafood soup, vegetables, salad, rice, potatoes, several sauces, and different sambals costs for instance at LIAs around 50,000 Rupiah per kilo; one kilo of grilled prawns is about 90,000 Rupiah and Jumbo size prawns 160,000 Rupiah, lobster (actually crayfish) 250,000 Rupiah per kilo, and a large bottle of beer is 12,500 Rupiah. Not extremely cheap any more but still good value for money, and a great place to watch Balis famous sunsets! MADES WARUNG in Seminyak/Basangkasa on the way to the Oberoi Hotel
  16. 16. THE BALI RESTAURANT GUIDE TOUBUD CAFE LOTUS has been an institution for many years. Located in the center of Ubud between the main street and a large, beautiful lotus pond in front of a temple (designed by the famous artist I Gusti Nyoman Lempad) this pleasant open-air restaurant serves a variety of Italian pasta dishes, some Asian and local specialties such as the Balinese duck Bebek Betutu, and a good choice of cakes and fruit juices. Although the prices here are quite steep for Ubud standards, CAFE LOTUS is busy the whole day. Nearly across the road is CASA LUNA offering a number of Balinese and Mediterranean dishes which look very interesting on the menu but can be a bit disappointing, and a branch of the well- known RYOSHI serving good Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura until midnight at rather low prices. MURNIS WARUNG, located next to the Campuan bridge, is another of Ubuds institutions. Built on several levels between the road and the river, this is an excellent place to try the Bebek Betutu (order one day in advance to be sure) and other local specialties. The more elegant BRIDGE CAFE cascades also down over several levels – right opposite on the other side of the river – and offers creative Pacific Rim cuisine i.e. tasty culinary creations with influences from Thailand, India, China and Japan as well as local specialties, salads and vegetarian dishes. Try the Szechuan Pancakes filled with deep fried duck, the Thai Chicken Pizza, or the Chilly Prawns. Very pleasant atmosphere and good service. For many years rather popular is DIRTY DUCK or BEBEK BENGIL in Padang Tegal about one kilometer south of Ubuds main street. Forget their special "Crispy Duck" which is very dry and sometimes rather tough. Their range of other Indonesian and Western dishes, however, is quite tasty, the garden setting very pleasant, and the live background music in the evenings creates a nearly magic atmosphere. Another of Ubud favorites is ARYS WARUNG, a stylish side-walk bistro in the center of town with creative oriental/international cuisine and a choice of interesting vegetarian dishes. The Tasting Menu for lunch includes four dishes for 150,000 or 190,000 Rupiah with one glass of wine, the Dinner Tasting Menu six dishes for 240,000 or 280,000 Rupiah with two glasses of wine, always plus tax & service. Expect delicacies such as Lobster Wonton, Tuna Parfait with caviar and Wasabi cream, Seared Sea Scallops, Sauted Green Pepercorn Pate with green papaya salad, Carpaccio of Venison, Steamed Snapper with red chilli butter, Jumbo River Prawns
  17. 17. Shopping GalleriesBali is known as a treasure-house of interesting goods, splendid local hand woven materials,silver and gold works, wood carvings and many other handicrafts in attractive displays. Agung Rai Gallery Jl. Raya Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar Ubud Phone: 975449 Representing a community of artists, this gallery offers paintings of some of Indonesias best young artists. Andys Gallery Jl. Raya Br. Taman Kerobokan No. 15 Kuta Offers an eclectic mix of furniture and carvings nicely displayed on two levels. Includes both antique and reproduction furniture. Has an attractive wedding chest. Galeri Keris Galleria Nusa Dua Phone: 771303 Open daily 9am - 10pm. If youre looking for a one-stop shop for all your arts and crafts needs, this is the place to visit. Also known as the Indonesian Handicraft Centre and Department Store, Galeri Keris has a wide selection of arts, crafts, and clothes that make inexpensive and fun gifts. A good place to kill a half hour checking out prices and choices. Asmat Kamoro Jl. Patih Jelantik 175 Kuta Phone: 755-625 Located on the corner near Jl. Majapahit, you cant miss this shop; it has a character of its own. This very crowded and cramped shop specializes in tribal artifacts from Irian Jaya. While you can find lots of junk here, if you dig enough, you may find an occasional treasure. Look for long carved Asmat poles, shields, drums, penis sheaths, axes, and bows and arrows. Bamboo Gallery Main Road Ubud Phone: 975037 Representing many of Balis most promising young artists, this gallery is less traditional and more innovative than most other galleries in Bali. Duty Free Shopping