Aug 2, 2017

Honeymoon in Bali

Honeymoon in Bali




Bali :

Bali is one of Indonesia's most scenic and scenic areas, making it a world-class tourist destination, with a large number of tourists going to spend their holidays each year. It is also a destination for a large number of couples who wish to have a honeymoon For the first time, so we will address here the most important tourist places that advise new couples to go to spend the most beautiful times and activities that can be practiced, including the following.

Places to visit in Bali :


Kuta Beach is the most visited beach, with its fine sand and high-altitude waves that attract everyone to see and see, especially if the couple are lovers of surfing. It also has a variety of restaurants to visit at night. The side of the waves gives a beautiful sight.

Nusa Dua Beach: In the event that the couple are lovers of events and competitions, especially sports and the sea, the first place to recommend this is the beach, can ride the canopy and large ships, as well as the restaurants that offer the best food and drinks.

Jimbaran Beach: It has a wide range of restaurants spread over it, which offers the most delicious cuisine, sea and fresh, and is characterized by its soft and white sand, in addition to the spectacular view of the viewer, being overlooking the Bali Sea and the Indian Ocean, specifically if it is going during the sunset.

Prat Lake: It is a cheap taxi ride, where you can take a variety of tour from the south of the island to the lake. The water is pure and the weather is cold and dense.

Discovery Mall: The largest shopping mall on the island, with a wide range of shops that sell a variety of goods, a range of cafes and restaurants, and a beachfront view.

Climbing Mount Bator is a volcanic mountain surrounded by a lake that allows a person to climb up to its peak. It is recommended that it be in the morning. Most climbing starts at 4 am and takes two hours to reach the top, all for sunbathing on the Lombok Strait Specifically, it links the Indian Ocean with the Java Sea.

 

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