30 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Bena Village

Ruins of Megalithic sites are everywhere all around the world. There are Stonehenge in England, Moai monument in Easter Island, Carnac Stone in France and many more. But in Indonesia, it’s not only the megaliths that exist. The megalithic culture itself is still practiced in some places of the country.   In Flores island, there ...


22 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Tengger Tribe

Mount Bromo is undoubtedly the most sought after nature wonder in East Java. It offers a phenomenal sunrise that requires challenging journey across the infamous “sea of sand” amid the freezing atmosphere. The summit itself is also a must see highlight. With the wide open crater, Bromo’s huge gut relentlessly spews out thick sulfurous smoke. ...


19 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Menjangan Island

Menjangan is a small pristine island off the north-western coast of Bali. It’s a part of Wes Bali National Park teeming with natural beauty. The on-shore is a playground for Javan deer or locally named as Menjangan from which the island got its name. The water just the off shore, meanwhile, features stunning coral garden ...


18 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua is actually the name of an area on the south coast of Bali. Once a barren area, Nusa Dua is now an exclusive escape destination with high-end tourist facilities. Accommodation ranges from world-class hotels to private beach resorts while the entertainment center comprises of shopping complex, luxury golf course, quiet sand beaches and ...


16 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Kuta Beach

Before Bali becomes this popular, Kuta is a laidback beach with a small fishing village. There was only one hotel there and the coast was still empty. It’s only sailing boats that docked at the shore after a long fishing across the ocean.   After years, however, the number of hotel and restaurants in the ...


15 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Jatiluwih Rice Fields

If you want to see the nature of Bali at its best, the answer will be Jatiluwih. It’s actually a rural village located just right in the middle of the island of Bali. Sitting on the slope of Mount Batukaru, Jatiluwih gains popularity due to its expanse rice paddy.   All around Indonesia, Jatiluwih rice ...


14 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Mount Batur

70 kilometers northeast of Denpasar city is Bali’s most popular highland called Batur caldera. Shaped like a giant bowl, this area is partly covered by water with Batur volcano jutting out of the central portion. People widely refer the water area as Lake Batur.   Travelers come to this highland is mostly to catch its ...


13 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Featured on the 50,000Rp note, Ulun Danu Bratan temple is unquestionable when it comes to its panoramic view. It sits on the bank of lake Bratan that feature floating effect as the water level rises. With its reflection on the clean water, Ulun Danu Bratan gets double in beauty.   Perfect location makes Ulun Danu ...


9 Apr | Xplorea Travel | No Comments

Top 5 Bali’s Unique Restaurants

Everything is possible in Bali. And whatever you are looking for, Bali has it all. While it’s mostly filled with sacred temples and limitless spectacular beaches, Bali also features unique places to simply hang out or enjoy dinner.   Whether you want to have brunch with lion or eat in terror in the company of ...


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