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Magical Honeymoon in Kintamani

Posted in What to Do

Honeymoon in mystical Bali would be incomplete without a visit to one of its culturally rich destination, Kintamani. The majestic view of Mount and Lake Batur, together with the spiritual allures, is simply a retreat to the everyday life.

“The Kuburan”, A Trunyan Open Air Cemetery

Posted in Trunyan Tour, Villages, What to Do

Unlike the common Balinese tradition, the people of Trunyan do not cremate or bury their dead. They prefer exposing their dead in the open air by simply laying corpses to self-decompose in bamboo cages covered in custom white cloth. It may sound morbid and non-respectful, but, the people of Bali Aga believe that the fate of a body abandoned by its soul should be left in the hands of its Creator.

Toya Bungkah

Posted in Villages

We recommend Toya Bungkah as the better town to stay in, as is has the most facilities, with several small hotels, and a handful of restaurants. In addition, it is closest to the volcano, and the road into town meanders over an unreal landscape of minimally overgrown old lava flows. It still has the feel of a genuine, small Balinese village, just in a spectacular location.

Luwak Coffee

Posted in What to See

Kopi Luwak, are robusta or arabica coffee beans which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive...

Batur Geopark

Posted in What to See

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has finally declared the Mt. Batur...