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Bar de Cocktails
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“Great spot to hangout with family, your partner or mates. Awesome music playing throughout. The sunset view and the infinity pool was is priceless.”
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Hindu Temple
“Spellbinding at sunset, this 16th century Hindu temple is built atop an outcrop of rock, a stronghold amidst crashing waves. Tanah Lot, only 20 km northwest of Kuta, is an ancient shrine to the sea; it is one of the seven sea temples all within eyesight of each other that create a chain along the Balinese southwestern coastline. Most times, especially sunset, Tanah Lot can be overrun with tourists, but the view is well worth navigating the throngs of visitors and maze of souvenir market stalls from the parking area to the ornately sculpted temple gate. For a more culturally immersive experience, head to Tanah Lot if you’re in Bali around the time for the Tanah Lot piodalan, the anniversary ceremony. The piodalan falls on the wednesday after kuningan at the end of Galungan holiday in Bali. Local worshipers and even pilgrims from other parts of Indonesia come to pray and serve offerings at the temple, and the vibrant colors and rituals are truly a sight to behold. Non-Balinese are not allowed to enter the temple, so soak up the sights from the rocky shore. At low tide, a sandy beach is revealed and provides passage to the temple. Otherwise, the temple sits like a lonely little island when the high tide comes washing in. The temple is a religious site, so remember to wear clothing that covers up your knees and shoulders. Entrance fees are at IDR60,000 for adults and IDR30,000 for children, while parking for cars/motorbikes are at IDR5,000/2000.”
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Hindu Temple
“Uluwatu Temple (Balinese: Pura (Luhur) Uluwatu) is a Balinese Hindu sea temple (Pura Segara) located in Uluwatu (South Kuta, Badung). The temple is regarded as one of the sad kahyangan and is dedicated to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in his manifestation as Rudra. The temple (pura in Balinese) is built at the edge (ulu) of a 70-meter-high (230 ft) cliff or rock (watu) projecting into the sea.[2][unreliable source] In folklore, this rock is said to be part of Dewi Danu's petrified barque. Though a small temple was claimed to have existed earlier, the structure was significantly expanded by a Javanese sage, Empu Kuturan in the 11th Century. Another sage from East Java, Dang Hyang Nirartha is credited for constructing the padmasana shrines and it is said that he attained moksha here, an event called ngeluhur ("to go up") locally. This has resulted in the temple's epithet Luhur. The temple is inhabited by monkeys, who are notorious for snatching visitors' belongings. They can usually be persuaded into trading the items for fruit, although this only encourages them to steal more. Scientist and experts on primate behavior have conducted studies on the Macaque monkeys in the area and have collected data suggesting that they learn bartering behavior. This trade is passed down to the young offspring. New groups of Macaque monkeys introduced into the area quickly adapt and learn the new skill from the locals.”
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Restaurante
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“Very impressive place with different themed areas to chill and dance. Very huge clubbing place. Good music. Great atmosphere.”
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Forest
“Monkey Forest Ubud, is the sanctuary and natural habitat of the Balinese long-tailed Monkey, scientific name Macaca fascicularis. ”
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Restaurante
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“As Bali's original sunset destination, this is a restaurant, bar and beach lounge set to an eclectic soulful soundtrack with panoramic views across the Indian Ocean. Open from 8am until late, we serve a variety of dining options from informal grazing to relaxed fine-dining throughout our open plan venue. ”
249 moradores locais recomendam
Beer Garden
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“Nice place near beach. Good ambiance. Good place to meet new people. Hang out for lunch, sunset session and party in the evening, all great.”
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Motorcycle Shop
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“Nice Restaurant for Dinner & Chilling with friends, also have a skatepark on the side to make this place really worth to go ”
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Beach Bar
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“To chill on a daybed, swim in infinity pool, get pampered with good food, anything you want just by asking the attentive staff. Kids have separate pool so its quiet. Professional Dj and nice beat of music. High quality relaxation.”
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Shopping
“Seminyak Square offers a one-stop shopping and dining experience, with various stores and restaurants, and open-air market stalls offering typical Bali-made items and souvenirs. Here you'll find a large arcade with two levels lined with shops, restaurants and cafés. At ground level, an open-air art market welcomes you after a large parking space. Sports and fashion outlets, a batik store and a leading bookshop, as well as a children's, souvenir and jewellery outlets come together to provide a full shopping experience under one roof. ”
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Restaurante Francês
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“CUISINES Mediterranean, French, European SPECIAL DIETS Vegetarian-Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten-Free Options MEALS Drinks, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night FEATURES Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Private Dining, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Waterfront HOURS Mon-Sat 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM Sun 6:00 PM - 2:00 AM MADE HARI COMMENT - Stunning - Fine dining. - Come on your own with a computer, do some work overlooking the gardens in the lounge area. - Wine collection. - 4-5 minute walk”
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Shopping
“Beachwalk Shopping Center offers you an exclusive Bali island lifestyle experience with its unique open concept and award winning architectural design creating a relaxing atmosphere. With perfect views of calming waters and lush greenery complete with the feel of ocean breeze, it is no surprise that Beachwalk Shopping Center is marked as the oasis in the heart of Kuta. This iconic landmark is managed by Cornerstone, who specializes in creating memorable experiences. Besides displaying a vast variety of international brands, Beachwalk also demonstrates many wonderful cultural experiences for tourists and locals alike to enjoy. Beachwalk provides many special areas and stores designed for kids and families to feel at home. With its diverse collection of both international and domestic shops, shows, complete facilities, and tenants, this resort-like shopping center caters to your every need with the promise that “Bali Starts Here”.”
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Galeria de Arte
“The Third highest statue is here in Bali, named Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park or GWK is a cultural park located at Ungasan, Badung in the island of Bali, Indonesia about 10–15 minutes driving from Ngurah Rai International Airport. It is devoted to the Hindu god Vishnu, and his mount, Garuda, the mythical bird who became his companion. Planned to be established as a landmark or mascot of Bali, construction of the giant statue of Vishnu riding his mount Garuda, as high as 120 metres was completed in August 2018. Designed to be the Indonesia’s tallest statue, Garuda Wisnu Kencana was inspired by Hindu mythology about the search for Amerta (the elixir of life). According to this myth, Garuda agreed to be ridden by Lord Wisnu in return for the right to use the elixir to liberate his enslaved mother. The idea for the monument was not without controversy, and religious authorities on the island complained that its massive size might disrupt the spiritual balance of the island, and that its commercial nature was inappropriate, but some groups agree with the project, because it will be a new tourist attraction on barren land.[3] The 75-m tall, 65-m wide statue was designed by Nyoman Nuarta.[4] It sits atop a pedestal to bring the total height of the monument to 121 m (397 ft), which is nearly 30 m (98 ft) taller than the Statue of Liberty in the United States. The completed monument is about as tall as a 21-storey building. It weighs 4000 tonnes, making it the heaviest statue in the country. The statue is made of copper and brass sheeting, with a stainless steel frame and skeleton, as well as a steel and concrete core column. The outer covering measures 22000 m2 in area. The crown of Wisnu is covered with golden mosaics and the statue has a dedicated lighting arrangement. The monument was completed on 31 July 2018 and inaugurated by Indonesian President Joko Widodo on 22 September, 2018.”
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Beach
“Iconic Surf Beach Break - beautiful for the sunset with local warungs. Possible to rent sunbeds and umbrella”
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Amusement Park
“Fitness center, pools and slides for kids, restaurant, body temple spa! It's the perfect place for families to enjoy an entertaining day!”
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Restaurante Italiano
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“Highly recommended comfort Italian food at a reasonable price! I personally never leave Bali without visiting this place. Love its vast food & wine options at a great deal without compromising on taste. You can dress casually here. They also have live music and you can sit outdoors at night. What a good value for your buck!”
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