Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island Menjangan Island, also known as Pulau Menjangan, is a small island (1.5 km by 500m) located on the Northwestern side of Bali. It is part of the West Bali Barat National Park. If you are an underwater enthusiast, Menjangan Island is a must. It is considered one of the best diving site in

West Bali National Park

West Bali National Park West Bali National Park (Taman National Bali Barat) is a nature conservation park at the most north-westerly point of Bali. Just off Gilimanuk port (ferry connection to Java Island), the park includes the whole of the Prapat Agung Peninsula, and large swathes of land around the towns of Gilimanuk, Cekik and Banyuwedang.The park

Ijen Crater

Ijen Crater Ijen Volcano Crater in the Banyuwangi Regency of East Java, Indonesia, is one of the most attractive and dangerous places in the world. Mount Ijen is an active volcano, constantly spewing sulphur smoke clouds and incredibly fascinating blue fire. The crater contains a kilometer-wide turquoise-colored lake filled with highly acidic water; the world’s largest acid lake

Temples & waterfalls

Temples There are plenty Balinese temples, big and small, in and around Pemuteran area. While they may not be the most beautiful temples you ever see in Bali, some temples in Pemuteran area, like Pura Agung Pulaki and Pura Pabean have a unique character of Balinese Hindu style with Chinese influences. Visit Pura Agung Pulaki,

Yoga

Yoga Relax and come to your inner senses in the serene morning at Villa Arun Bali. Prepare yourself for a balancing and calming yoga and do yourself good by stretching your muscles. Or simply get up early to enjoy the magnificent sunrise. The Sumberkima Hill Retreat organises Yoga classes from time to time for you

Biorock

Pemuteran Biorock Coral Restoration Project is the largest and most successful coral reef restoration project in the world. Bio-rock Pemuteran Bali Bay (Homepage of the Biorock Coral Restoration Pemuteran) The Biorock Project (Wikipedia) This Coral Restoration Technique Is ‘Electrifying’ a Balinese Village (Smithsonian.com) The Marine Foundation (The Coral Goddess) Pemuteran Underwater sculpture (The Marine Foundation) Photos courtesy