Lembugan Island+Penida Island Lembugan Island is a small island located on the southeastern side of Bali. The underwater organisms are clearly visible as far as the eye can see. The island is full of lush coconut trees and the residents live peacefully, harmoniously and happily.
Penida Island also has the translation "Ponida Island". It is just next to Lembugan Island, but ten times bigger than that. The most well-known scenic spots are Broken Beach, Angel's Billabong and Crystal Bay. Angel's Billabong and Kelingking Beach (the sandy beach below the ghost cliff also called "little thumb beach" as well) are only a few minutes from each other. According to the personal circumstances, these two islands can be scheduled together for sightseeing. If you book in different clubs, please choose a standard travel agency:
Pura Luhur Lempuyang+Ubud Palace/market Few people on few routes - it is a beautiful place for internet celebrities, it’s hidden, mysterious, and passing through is just like passing through the sky - it’s the gate of the sky. A small Indian Ocean that fascinates you, but has a door to heaven that cannot be exceeded.
Ubud Palace（Puri Saren）Sukavadi (Sukawati）residence of the royal family. It’s located just exactly at the road opposite to Ubud Market（Ubud Pasar) (Jl. Raya Ubud）Yuhoulin Road（Jl. Monkey Forest）meeting place. The imperial palace is the landmark of Ubud (Ubud） The royal palace is located in Ubud, that is well-known as an important artistic center of Bali. The palace was built in the 16th century and was designed by famous artists. There are 60 rooms inside, and the whole palace is amusing, especially the huge gate. In the palace there are exquisite and delicate hand-carvings and precious gold leaf decorations. Every year it attracts many art lovers. Furthermore, at 7:30 in the evening, you can enjoy many wonderful traditional dance performances with unique Balinese characteristics. Such as the welcoming dance, masked dances and so on. Listen to the melodious music, watch the young girls dancing with their beautiful bodies and radiant eyes - it’s breathtaking. Descendants of the royal family reside inside of the imperial palace. However, just like civilians, they must strive to seek their own livelihood. If you want to experience the noble life in Bali's ultimate luxurious palace, you can choose to stay at the Palace Hotel, but it is costly.
Ubud market has rich and diverse artistic natural resources here, which is what gives it the reputation of being an “art village”. The traditional Ubud market in Bali is mainly famous for its wood carvings, paintings and silverware. We can see eye-filling tinkling handicrafts everywhere in the streets. The local name shows 100 years of cultural heritage of Bali through various art forms. Ubud has become one of the most famous tourist centers in Bali. This rural village is more vivid and fascinating with the artistic rendering.
Giant Swing + various events The BINTANG Swing Garden high-gravity experience is located in the middle of the jungle. You can look at the Ayung river surrounded by this beautiful lonely scene. This high-altitude swing is just like a postcard from Bali. When you sit in the swing, you don’t look at this scenery all around, but you are completely covered by it. When your swing is up, you will see a vast forest everywhere, and suddenly you will leave behind all your worries. there are three different swings in the garden.
Hot Air Balloon: A hot air balloon sightseeing experience: this is a sightseeing hot air balloon event in Bali. It rises 50 m above the rice fields, and makes you cheer excitedly. The balloon is tied to the ground on one end while it floats in the air. Passengers can take a spectacular view from the whole lush Ubud tropical forest to the sacred Mount Agung and get a panoramic view of the Eastern horizon all at once.
Live-shot: Bali live-shooting at the CS shooting range, immersive shooting battlefield, real guns in your hands, facing to the bullseye to shoot!
Must-eat foods of Bali In Bali, a quite good hotel is between US$8 and US$30 per person, and dinner is about US$20 to US$70. If you eat in a restaurant outside the hotel you can save about 60% to 80%. The most economical is an open-air vendor’s hall where you can eat full for a few thousand rupees.
Salad is a standard Indonesian starter. Normally there are potatoes, boiled eggs, gherkin and fried soy bean (Tempe) pieces and vegetables as well. After the yellow paste topping, it is particularly refreshing to eat.
Each of the assorted restaurants have their own specialties. Usually it is meat with noodles, chicken or satay sauce with orange juice and green beans on top, deep-fried soy bean chunks, eggs and special hot fermented soybean sauce. Extremely sumptuous, unusually suitable to comfort the travelers’ hunger and thirst!
Dirty duck meal is another Bali style meal. The best place where you can taste this is Bebek Bengil, a dirty duck restaurant in Ubud. Actually the most orthodox duck meal in Bali is the Bebek Betutu, it is banana leaf & duck smoked the day before. The former is crunchy and delicious, and the latter is nearly became imported. Don’t miss it too!
Roasted suckling pig is a specialty of Bali. Most of the morning and night markets sell roasted suckling pig meal. However, the Balinese say we can find the most delicious roasted suckling pig in lbu Oka near the Ubud Royal Palace. It’s a roasted suckling pig meal with pork blood, pork strips and oily crispy pig skin. Just grab it with your hands and enjoy!
Pay attention not to take food and beverages from vendor stalls, because this kind of food was already tasted by mosquitoes, and it has “experienced” the blowing wind and shining sun, which is extremely unhygienic. You should eat in regular restaurants.
Balinese customs: the local people are very friendly, but the tourists must pay attention to some of their customs to avoid misunderstanding. Do not shake hands with your left hand. Don't ask anybody to come to you using a bended finger. The head is sacred, don't take a photo of the head of someone else, even if that person is a child. Most of the locals are believers of Hinduism. Before you go to a restaurant it’s better to see if it is a halal restaurant or not. When you walk, pay attention to the sacrifices offered to gods on the road. Never trample on it. The locals often place the sacrifices at the door, and we can see objects on the street that seem normal to us such as trees, but they are also used as sacrifices to the gods, so there are often ritual objects on the street. When you go to a local family, you must take off your shoes before you enter the room. Do not wear short skirts when you enter a temple. There are salons and zones for borrowing sacrificial objects at the entrance of the temple, they are suitable for the Dana offering-ritual.