The Tamantis is a compound of 3 gorgeously designed 3 Bedroom private Villas. The meaning of The Tamantis is “serene garden” in Balinese. Wehave created for you a peaceful garden oasis in a hidden location. Located by the beach of Berawa - Canggu, fanned by the gentle ocean breeze and surrounded by lush greens and fabulous rice fields, The Tamantis is the embodiment of the perfect holiday destination.
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The Tamantis located in Berawa - Canggu on the west coast of Bali
3 villas each containing 3 double bedrooms ( 5mx5,5m ) each on ( 550m2 ) land. Rooms have extra king size beds ( 2mx2m ) with ensuite. The beds may be separate into two singles if required.
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Every villa has a private swimming pool
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Tanah Lot is easily one of Bali’s most iconic temples. Truly one of a kind, it features a small shrine complex on an islet, set against a dreamy ocean backdrop. We set out on a short tour to explore this famous site. Your holiday in Bali will be incomplete without visiting this landmark.
Besides the showpiece temple complex that is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, one among our popular temple tour itineraries also includes a stopover at another regal site – an idyllic temple complex called Taman Ayun that is surrounded by a spring-fed freshwater moat rather than crashing waves.
Starting off in the early afternoon from Kuta Beach, we head north on our combined tour to first reach Taman Ayun Temple. This significant temple complex is located in the village of Mengwi, an hour’s drive north. A remnant of the old Mengwi kingdom, the 17th century temple stands gracefully with its four different divisions and palatial surroundings.
The complex features terraced courtyards set in well-kept grounds with manicured lawns, and which is surrounded by a large manmade moat. The overall atmosphere is a soothing one and you can easily lose a sense of time here. Also, don’t miss the bell tower with ladders you can climb up for a spectacular birds’ eye view!
After a good hour enjoying the gorgeous surrounds of Taman Ayun, we set out west entering the Tabanan regency, with a stop at Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest. Alas Kedaton is a 12Ha nutmeg forest that is home to hundreds of grey long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). Within the forest is also a temple, and out on the perimeter are art shops and small restaurants selling refreshments.
Then, we head towards the highlight of our tour: Tanah Lot Temple. Various art shops and galleries displaying knick-knacks line the meandering sidewalks, and approaching the coastline, the sea temple comes to view. At low tide, you can walk down to the rocky shore alongside Tanah Lot for a closer photo shot of this breathtaking structure.
The rock base is where the legendary ‘guardian’ sea snakes dwell in crevices around the Tirta Pabersihan fountain, which is a natural spout and source of holy water for all the temples in the area. A priest usually stands by to bless visitors with a sprinkle of this holy water over their heads. Entry to the rock temple is normally restricted only to praying pilgrims.
During high-tide, the western seas are rough and extra caution must be taken near the crashing waves and wet rocks, but you can still capture some great images and enjoy the spectacle, as the best views are indeed from a distance, onshore. There are also many other side highlights to be viewed here, including numerous smaller temples that host prayer sessions for various aspects of agrarian life, from good rice harvests to rites of passage.
To sum up, this tour offers a great half-day (approximately six hours) to see three of Bali’s iconic temples – one placid and green and surrounded by still freshwater, another in a lush nutmeg forest 'guarded' by monkeys, and another surrounded by crashing blue waves. You are sure to experience sights that will be embedded in your memory for a lifetime.
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Enjoying the waves and the wind in Kuta Beach is commonly done by tourists when visiting Bali. But if you want to feel a different sensation than Kuta Beach is phenomenal Petitenget Beach is the place. Although still in a coastline with Kuta Beach, Petitenget Beach turned out to have other uniqueness side that must be visited by the tourists.
Because it is the same beach line with Kuta Beach and Legian Beach, this beach has the same characteristics of wide white sandy and sloping with the intensity of the sun that always shines throughout the day. The waves are so large that it is enjoyed by the surfers in channeling his hobby.
The activities of the fishermen with the boats became a common sight at Petitenget Beach. In the evenings fishermen search for fish by boat and trap nets. By early morning, the fishermen returned to the sea to collect their net catches. Petitenget Beach does have abundant sea produce in addition to the beauty of a stunning natural panorama. Compared to Kuta Beach which is always crowded by tourists, Petitenget Beach atmosphere feels more calm and peaceful. Travelers who like the calm atmosphere prefer to visit the Petitenget is not as crowded as the hustle and bustle in Kuta Beach.
This beach location is much visited when the afternoon when the sun sinks. Because of the natural beauty when the sunset is fascinating if enjoyed from Petitenget Beach. In addition to seeing the beautiful sunset, visitors can also do activities swimming, surfing, sunbathing or light exercise in the beach wide and sloping like running around or playing football. This beach already has complete facilities, ranging from a large parking area, accommodation such as hotels and restaurants are also widely available across the beach. No need to wait another time to visit this exotic and beautiful Petitenget Beach.
The Petitenget Beach name is derived from the myth of the local community associated with Petitenget Temple in the coastal area. Told in ancient times there is a rishi named Dang Hyang Nirarta who will travel to Pura Uluwatu. Before continuing his journey, he met Batara Masceti.
Unexpectedly when they were talking, there arose Bhuta Ijo. Finally Bhuto Ijo was given the task to keep the place of betel (casket). Because Bhuto Ijo is so faithful that every time someone came to this area he thought he wanted to take the coffin. Until finally built Pura Petitenget as a sacred building for a place of worship so as not to be disturbed by supernatural beings. The name Petitenget means a haunted chest (derived from the word "crate" meaning "crate" and "tenget" meaningful haunted).
Location Petitenget Beach is in the area of Kerobokan Village, North Kuta District, Badung regency. Its distance is very close from Denpasar only about 15 kilometers. The easiest way to get to this beach is by using a private vehicle. Alternatively, can also use a car and motorcycle rental facilities that can be found easily in Bali. The journey takes only 30 minutes.
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Tanjung Benoa, like many other beach destinations in Bali, was once a fishing village and an old pier. The development of the peninsula is very important because most beach side properties are now resorts, hotels, and water sports operators. The remaining mangrove swamps are still on the west side of the entrance. Tanjung Benoa is located 15 kilometers from the international airport but if you are already living inside the Nusa Dua cluster, the hotel is just steps from the west gate.
Things that make Tanjung Benoa beach become the choice to do water sport activity in Bali, because Tanjung Benoa beach has calm sea wave which is calm and very safe for water sport activity in Bali. Very different from the Kuta beach Bali which has a slightly higher sea wave and more suitable for surfing sports activities.
Tanjung Benoa Beach, located at the most southeastern tip of the island of Bali and adjacent to the tourist attraction of Nusa Dua. If you depart from Ngurah Rai airport to Tanjung Benoa, you will travel 15.7 kilometers. With approximate travel time approximately 30 minutes.
Tanjung Benoa water sports activities are conducted from 09:00 to 15:00, because after 15:00 hours the sea water will recede and the speed boat used for water sport activities does not operate optimally.
Safety in conducting watersport activities Tanjung Benoa Bali is highly prioritized by providing trained and experienced instructors and the tools used must also meet safety standards. Accident insurance coverage is also provided to consumers.
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