THE MAGICAL BALI6:41 AM
FINALLY. The last magical post from my trip to Bali. There is something magical yet so hypnotizing between the culture and the beach. But honestly, in my opinion, Bali seems to have not only the unique and precious culture, Bali has it all. Especially when it comes about the water (from the form of beaches, waterfalls, fountains, waterparks, waterbom, ponds, rocky coast, etc). I bet you, the moment you touch down the airport, the first thing you are going to see when you land is waves crashing down, you’ll be surrounded by the “its-magical-waters”. Too bad, I didn’t manage to take the pictures inside and outside the new Ngurah Rai International airport.
When you are a stranger who happens to visit Bali and eager to look for those independent Bali brands and designers, shopping and bargaining in their markets is a must try. No need to shy.
I love watching the waves crash against the rocky coast line as the sun starts to go down/to set. There’s something about sunset that makes the mood romantic and makes you just stare at it until you can’t see it anymore. Not just another beautiful location to shoot, but also another reason to be appreciative of this beautiful city :)
The temples. I only had one day to pack temple visit with the family, though to me all the temples I’ve ever seen in Java island all look sort of the same, it’s all made up from rocks, rocks and so much rocks. But trust me, they are breathtakingly and uniquely beautiful. Before you start to pack a visit to the temples, I warn you that some temples in Indonesia require tons of walking ;p but it's worth it.
I think I really can’t give the right words to describe the serenity, infinity and absolute beauty of the places I went to, so I hope one day you will find time to visit this beautiful paradise in Indonesia soon or later, Bali is so beautiful, relaxing, romantic and fun. I promise you won’t regret it.