Temples and Ceremony’s
Tana Lot is a very special place. Loads of markets stalls here selling some unusual goods not seen in Legian or Kuta.
At low tide you can walk right up to the temple and be blessed with the Holy Water (for a small donation). Have your photo taken with a 5 metre python snake with the temple in the back ground. Special memories.
Try the Balinese delicacy (Kumula) it looks and has the texture of a… Read more
If you have the choice, visit Ubud Monkey Forest.
Monkeys are tame.
Major Tip at The Monkey Forest: GET A GUIDE. You will be swabbed in Sarongs and will have to pay an entry fee of 20,000 rup each. Your guide will cost 30,000 rup for the group.
Do not wear your sunnies, jewellery, hats, facial piercings etc. Even your thongs could go for a walk.
Buy some banana’s for 5000 rup…. Read more
Every one wants to see a Temple and Ceremony; the women are all dressed in gorgeous sarongs and lace blouses and balance large offerings of stacked fruit and food on their heads. You really don’t have to try and see a ceremony as they happen around you. A Full Moon ceremony happens once a month. However do be aware of the daily offerings that adorn the streets it is polite not to stand on them or accidentally kick them. Bali… Read more