Sanur’s laidback family-friendly beaches entice locals and tourists alike and offer a plethora of distractions and diversions or just a bit of time-out. ... Read more about Sanur Beach .
Museum Le Mayeur is the former home and studio of Belgian impressionist artist and Bali’s first expat resident, Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur de Merpres (1880-1958), now a somewhat crumbling museum dedicated to his works. ... Read more about Museum Le Mayeur .
What’s not to like about seeing cute baby turtles being given a good start in life and older injured ones nursed back from ill-health? ... Read more about Turtle Conservation and Education Centre .
An abandoned theme park may seem like an unlikely attraction and more the spine-chilling stuff of nightmares, but Taman Festival Bali, about four kilometres north of Sanur, is a popular local jaunt and a photographer’s dream. ... Read more about Taman Festival Bali .
The Belanjong Inscription (or Belanjong Pillar, locally Prasasti Blanjong) is Bali’s oldest known artefact dating from the Saka year 835 (914 AD) and for folks interested in archaeology it’s defiantly worth the quick detour, but despite its historical significance, it’s somewhat difficult to see and only of mild interest to the passing traveller. ... Read more about Belanjong Inscription .
Indonesia is home to one quarter of the world’s mangroves, though unfortunately many are disappearing quicker than you can say “that looks like a good spot to build a hotel”. ... Read more about Mangrove Information Centre (Suwung Kawuh) .
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