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Hidden Gem In The Ubud Area: Experience Serenity And Tranquility At The Pari Sudha Villa

Are you currently in Bali? We hope you’re enjoying your holiday in Indonesia. For those still in the Gianyar Regency area and seeking a remarkable place to stay, consider heading to Ubud. There, you’ll find a villa worth considering for your overnight stay before exploring more of Bali’s attractions.

In a recent video on his YouTube channel, Emzy Ardiwinata takes us on a tour of his experience visiting Bali and staying at a villa called The Pari Sudha. As seen in the video, the road to the villa is quite congested due to Ubud and its surroundings being a popular destination for tourists. Traffic is a common occurrence, especially considering the narrow roads. If you’re traveling by car, your journey might take longer compared to a motorbike, which can maneuver through traffic more easily.

Ubud is not only famous for its tourist spots but also for its preserved natural beauty. Green trees and expansive rice fields create a refreshing and invigorating atmosphere. It’s no wonder Ubud is a recommended destination for those looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle, including newlyweds.

The location of The Pari Sudha Villa is close to the city center, making it convenient for visits to popular places like The Monkey Forest, Tegalalang, Puri Saren Agung, or the Traditional Ubud Art Market. 

Don’t forget to always take the time to visit one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali – Melasti Beach

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Beautiful Beach Club

Melasti Beach is one of the beaches that has many beach clubs, which will always liven up your moments together

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Beautiful Sunset

Enjoying quality time with your partner? Don't forget to be at Melasti Beach and savor the most beautiful sunset there

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Beautiful Scenery

A beach destination beautifully and meticulously arranged, even when viewed from a distance

Beautiful Island

The beauty well-preserved. The clarity of the water and the greenery of the trees create a captivating atmosphere

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Beautiful Sand

Strolling on the soft white sand, sunbathing by the beach, playing in the water, or taking a dip in the pool. Do it all

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Beautiful Memories

After everything you do here, you will surely find it hard to leave this place filled with beauty and memories

Tanah Lot Temple​

Pura Luhur Tanah Lot, or Tanah Lot Temple, is a sacred Hindu temple located in Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia. 

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple, also known as Pura Uluwatu, is a sacred Hindu temple located in Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.

Pura Tirta Empul

The name Tirta Empul itself means holy spring that emerges from the ground. There is a sacred spring believed to purify oneself . 


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Taman Budaya Garuda Wisnu Kencana: Bali's Must-Visit Iconic Destination

When visiting Bali, don’t miss the opportunity to explore this iconic site. Before you go, let’s first check the information on the entrance ticket prices for Garuda Wisnu Kencana Bali.

This cultural park is located in the village of Ungasan, South Kuta District, Badung Regency. Its location is quite strategic, approximately 12 kilometers or about 22 minutes from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport.

With a height of 121 meters, the Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue is one of the tallest statues in the world, surpassing the Statue of Liberty, which is 93 meters tall. This iconic statue, created by Balinese artist I Nyoman Nuarta, depicts the figure of Lord Vishnu riding the mythical bird Garuda.

The construction of this gigantic statue took a long process of 28 years. The construction of the Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue was initiated in 1989 but only started in 2013. 

Apart from its beaches, Bali offers several captivating natural attractions to explore. One of them is Bali Safari and Marine Park, also known as Taman Safari Bali. Bali Safari Park is home to more than 1,000 animals, comprising 120 species, including rare and endangered species such as komodo dragons, orangutans, Bali starlings, and more.

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Enjoy the Beauty of Tegenungan Waterfall Surrounded by Lush Green Trees

Vacationing in Bali is not only about the beaches. You can also enjoy the beauty of other natural attractions in Bali, one of which is Tegenungan Waterfall in Gianyar Regency. Tegenungan Waterfall is not far from the Ubud area, surrounded by rainforests and terraces. Tegenungan Waterfall has a height of about 15 meters with a swift water flow.

Location and Distance Tegenungan Waterfall is located on Ir Sutami Street, Kemenuh Village, Sukawati District, Gianyar Regency, Bali. The location of Tegenungan Waterfall is not far from the center of Gianyar City, which is 21 kilometers with a travel time of about 40 minutes.

A Glimpse Into The Current Conditions In Ubud, Bali

Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Indonesia. In fact, for many foreign tourists, Bali is synonymous with Indonesia. When foreign tourists visit the island of Bali, they might think they have explored Indonesia as a whole. However, Bali represents only a small part of Indonesia’s vast territory. While Indonesia boasts numerous other tourist destinations, Bali stands out as the most recognized among foreign visitors.


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Photo by Patrick Craig on Unsplash
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Photo by Norbert Braun on Unsplash

The Grandeur of Banyumala Twin Waterfall, a Slice of Heaven in North Bali

The regency of Buleleng is home to several beautiful and popular waterfalls among domestic and international tourists. One of them is the Banyumala Twin Waterfall. Banyumala Waterfall is located in the village of Wanagiri, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency, Bali.

The air around Banyumala Waterfall is refreshingly cool due to its elevated location. The road leading to the waterfall is surrounded by local gardens, enhancing the beauty of the place. Various flowers planted by local residents, mostly farmers, also add to the charm of Banyumala Waterfall.

To reach Banyumala Waterfall, travelers must trek first. However, once you arrive at the location, the grandeur of Banyumala Waterfall immediately welcomes you. All the fatigue from the journey is instantly rewarded by the beauty offered by this twin waterfall.

The waterfall, with a height of around 37 meters, looks enchanting. It is surrounded by green vegetation that makes it appear lush and captivating. Additionally, there is a natural pool beneath it that tourists often use for various water activities, including soaking, swimming, and capturing moments. The depth of the pool is estimated to be around 2 meters, making it safe for swimming activities.

Visiting the Holy Snake Cave in Bali: A Phenomenal and Unforgettable Experience

Myths about wish fulfillment are often encountered at tourist destinations, and one such place is the Holy Snake Cave in Bali.

The Holy Snake Cave is located at Tanah Lot Temple in Bali. Accessible only during low tide, this cave is situated beneath the cliffs, facing the Tanah Lot Temple in the middle of the sea.

During a Jakarta-Bali road trip using a hybrid Toyota Corolla Cross, detikTravel made a stop at Tanah Lot. The conflicting myths about this place certainly sparked curiosity.

When the water has receded, the barrier chain leading to the sea is opened. The cave becomes visible only when you are halfway to Tanah Lot Temple.

Truly on the side of the cliff, the access to this cave is quite adventurous. You have to walk on sharp and slightly slippery coral rocks.

In front of the cave, there is a guardian wearing traditional Balinese attire and a donation box. I asked if there was an entrance fee to see the sacred snakes.

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