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Rising from the rugged hills of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula, the magnificent Garuda Wisnu Kencana statue stands watch over the island. The towering statue is Bali’s most iconic landmark and depicts the Hindu God Wisnu, atop his mount, the mythical eagle...more
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This place has very high potential and in another 5 to 10 years it will be a must see. Right now it’s just a construction zone! The ticket for foreigners is 125k per person, which is the biggest admission fee I’ve paid in Bali. It’s...More
The place is a scam and a rip-off. It is not even a park, just a huge tourist-trap not even constructed yet by JAN2019. They have stands of 3d renders showing cascades of waterfalls, in reality you have a huge stone-pit, an asphalt road to...More
We were intrigued by the reviews and had time for a visit with our guide. There is a lot to see but the highlights were the huge monuments and massive carved out plazas. The amphitheater had hourly performances from various parts of Bali and the...More
The Garuda Visnu statue is technically something to be seen. At 120 meters, it is visible from far away and is quite spectacular if you first see it from the bridge taking you in Nusa Dua. But should you decide to go and take the...More
I hired a driver to take us here and wait for us to take us back, worth the price for the piece of mind to me. The experience and the place is indeed awesome however a few things you should know to make sure you...More
This monument took over 20 years for the Balinese to build and it's big (you can see it flying in).
You can take a taxi to get there but I'd suggest organising a hire car from your hotel to guarantee your driver sticks around. You...More
It was the most expensive tourists attraction we visited in Bali and was not even worth going there and forget the free drink voucher, the juice was very sweet and artificial. To reach the Statue of Wisnu you have to walk far from the parking...More
Dear TA members, I m visiting Bali with 3 yr old boy and wife - arriving 16th Aug 1.00 pm and departing 21 Aug, 2.30 pm. I have booked 3 nights accommodation in Ubud and 2 nights in Kuta. Also planning to hire a car with Drive to take us around. I have tried to draw rough plan which looks like this 1) 16th Aug : Arrive and get taxi to Ubud. Visit monkey forest which is walking distance from accommodation. 2) 17th Aug: Visit pura ulun danu bratan 3) 18th Aug: Visit tegallalang rice...More
July 24, 2015|
Response fromSue H|
Explore South Bali Via Chartered Car or Taxis/Go-Jek App (4 Replies)
Hi, I'm taking my parents (mid-60s) to Bali this December. They are not beach people, and will likely not want to spend too much time at the beach. We will be staying in Semiyak, and plan for one day to visit the following tourist attractions in one day. 1. Tanah Lot temple (morning) 2. Explore Legion + Lunch at Legion Jalan Melasti Massage at Grandmas Hotel Jalan Raya Legion Ground Zero memorial A little of the beach 3. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park (optional) 4....More
November 18, 2018|
Response fromSarwa G|
All your itineraries are in Southern Bali. There are GoJek or Grab for 24 hours in Tuban Kuta, Kuta, Legian and Seminyak. In day time both Online Hailing Service (OHS) are available in Sanur and Bukit Peninsula. To go to Tanah Lot certainly can from these area, but from Tanah Lot you will get difficulty to order OHS. In Bukit Peninsula maybe you must walk hundreds meters to order OHS, if your parents can walk up to 500 meters, so you can choose OHS. For easy access you are better stay in...More
Too intense?? (10 Replies)
Hi My husband and I (both in our late 20s) are travelling to Bali in September. We are spending 9 nights in Bali - based in Seminyak - I'm not a fan of moving from one hotel to the next - as this is our first trip we are a little nervous and anxious - anyway I digress. We have already organised a driver for the first three days (the remainder of the days will be meant for relaxation - spas, shopping, waterbom etc) and the itinerary looks like this (below). My question is - does anyone think...More
July 07, 2016|
Response fromChris T|
Looks good to me. You will be tired but it's important to see a place you are staying in abd you've chosen well. Take a sarong and scarf or sash in for visiting temples or hire cheaply there. Enjoy!