People of Bali

The Balinese are one of the most unique people on the globe. Not only do they represent only 2 percent of the total Indonesian population, but they differ from the rest of entire nation in so many ways, including fashion, religion, tradition, language and many more. The most distinctive feature of the Balinese is their

Water Palaces of Karangasem

Peacefulness and Relaxation. Those are the first things that come to my mind when the words “Water Palace” are mentioned and that’s what you come to Karangasem for. The old King of Karangasem loved his parks and water palaces and for someone like him who seemed to been prone towards a water fetish, he built

4 Lakes of Bali

There are four lakes in Bali and all four of them are located on highland grounds, but there are 3 that are significantly close to each other in an area called Bedugul. The image featured above is the most famous and most recognisable temple of Bali called Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. Each of the 4

Secret at Puri Wulandari

We spent our last day of our honeymoon in Bali at another resort called Puri Wulandari, located also in Ubud. Puri Wulandari wasn’t in our initial honeymoon plans but was something the management from Ubud Village Resort & Spa had whipped up for us. On an extremely rare and exciting opportunity, they had given us

Ubud Village Resort & Spa

After traveling all the way to East Java and climbing two enormous and breathtaking volcanoes, it’s time for the real honeymoon to begin. We traveled down to the little town of Ubud, Bali. It is one of Bali’s major arts and culture districts, extremely suitable for designers and artists from all over the world. Ubud

Kuta Town & Pampering

After two days of intense touring around the island of Bali and getting all our butts numb on the bumpy rides in the van, it’s finally time to pamper ourselves and go walk around afoot. As our hotel is situated right in Kuta, it was best that we walk to the nearest Kuta Town to

Padang-Padang Beach and Uluwatu

There are a huge number of beaches on the island of Bali, but one of my most favourite is the Padang-Padang Beach. Sounds familiar? Well, that’s the beach where Julia Roberts filmed the famous movie “Eat, Pray, Love”. As we were already in the South part of Bali, our tour guide suggested us to visit

Tanah Lot & Garuda Wisnu Kencana

After a good night sleep, we got to wake up slightly later in the morning because today’s schedule was not as packed as the day before. After Fann & I grabbed our breakfast at the lobby restaurant, we waited for Boby to come fetch us to continue our photography journey. Our next destination was the