Firstly, let me introduce myself… My name is GEDE SUYASA and most people just call me GEDE which is pronounced like the English greeting ‘G’day’. With this blog,
We offer my clients personally customised tours with each itinerary especially designed to your interests and tastes.
Whether it is sightseeing, culture, art, shopping or just cruising around Bali exploring parts of the island you have never seen, I am happy to ensure your journey is relaxing and comfortable for your needs.
Volcano is not so scary. As long in safe distance. Please do not over reactions with the news. Look this young guys they got a funny picture even the local people keep fun on it.
Bali is safe...
Don't let the unresponsible people or media over reactions about it
Jati Luwih Green Land
Gardens,Nature & Wildlife Areas Jatiluwih' is the name given to the lush green rice terraces that cover Tabanan. This area is more beautiful than its better-known sister, Tegallalang, and its panoramic views with Mt. Agung and Mt. Batukaru in the background, make it a photographer's delight.
Bring suitable shoes to take a walk in the rice fields.
For a better understanding of this place, read up a little on the Subak system of irrigation.
Camera is a must.
Tanah Lot Temple
Sacra & Religious sites,Points of interest & Landmarks Pura Tanah Lot, a pilgrimage temple, is the most photographed temple in Bali. It sits a few meters offshore on a rock formation and is particularly popular late afternoon for the stunning sunset. At high tide the temple is impossible to reach, but at low tide you can walk to the base of the temple to be blessed by a priest.
Look out for the cave where the holy sea snakes live.
The crowds and traffic just before sunset are mind-blowing.
You must run the gauntlet between rows of market-style stalls to get from the car park to the viewing sites.
Non-Balinese cannot enter the temple.
Get a seat at one of best situated warungs early and have a piña colada in a coconut while you watch the sunset.
No visit to Bali would be complete without a trip to see at least one of Bali's temples. There are over 20,000 pura (Balinese for temple) in Bali at last count, a widespread marker of Bali's exuberant culture; you don't have to make an effort to see all of them.
Bali is known as an island of thousands temples. In every village in Bali, there are several temples and at least one small temple in each home of Balinese which reach to a total of 10.000.
Balinese word for temple is ‘pura’ which means 'space surrounded by a wall'. Although many temples are quiet and uninhabited, they are transformed into colorful, active and decorated places of worship when there is a festival. While offerings are made, performances of traditional dances and gamelan, cockfighting and gambling enliven the atmosphere.
We do not only think about business but we are also thinking about the people of Bali as this Island exists because of our communities. Almost everyday, year after year, as we have been conducting tours around the countryside, we have come to realize just how many people still need help
Their hard lives have not been blessed by the prosperity of tourism.
We are part of Bali's tourist industry so we try to assist these forgotten communities but it is difficult with so little resources.
Please help assist these people through making a booking for a day trip to visit the parts of Bali that so few tourists visit. By doing this you are helping them.