Geger Beach

It only takes 5 minutes to go there from the Bali golf – Nusa Dua. Many tourists often call it as “a hidden Paradise”. It’s not only because of the beach have clear water it is worthy to be the place for swimming as well as surfing. Read more » Geger Beach

Tanah Wuuk

Is a beautiful river valley of “Tukad Penet”, just 2 kilometers north of the Sangeh holy monkey forest. Its location is off the main road, hidden behind rice fiels, and is a very quiet and private place to enjoy the pristine nature. Read more » Tanah Wuuk


This area was once a poor fishing village with a black history of lepers and magic practitioners. Soon after, Kuta began to provide what visitors wanted and now that area has become a key point on the route from India through Southeast Asia to Australia Read more » Kuta

Human Tragedy Monument

This monument remind us to the terrible incident, the explosion of Bali Bomb occurred on Saturday evening October 12, 2002 at Jalan Legian, Kuta which causing 202 persons from 22 countries killed and 324 seriously injured or defected. Read more » Human Tragedy Monument

Sadha Kapal Temple

This Temple with decorative carvings is famous for its intricacy and ingenuity. Dating from the Majapahit period, this originally was an old dynastic sanctuary (prasada) of Mengwi Royalty, Ratu Jayengrat, a noble, who sailed from Majapahit and stranded on the coral reef at Kapal Village. Read more » Sadha Kapal Temple