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Profile image Nurfatiin 1 year ago

All of us didn't want the day to end. We wanted to stay in Indonesia forever! But all good things has to end. We decided to head to the beach behind our hotel and take pictures before we bid adieu. So we walked together reminiscing the days we had together. Once there, we couldn't stop taking pictures. The sand and the sea harmonised to create a beautiful picture. Lelah and I went into the sea just to...Read More

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We're on our way to Ubud!

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We left our hotel early to watch the Barong dance which left us wanting to see more of what Bali can offer. I realised that the Balinese are very detailed and colourful. They are very proud of their culture and I appreciate that. After which, we went to Sari Amerta Batik Collection to view and buy the beautiful batik that they have to offer. I bought a beautiful black batik which I planned to wear as...Read More

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We walkes quite a bit from our hotel to Discovery Shopping Mall. There we found a restaurant, Solaria, a halal certified restaurant. So good! Must try: Nasi Goreng Italy (tastes like pizza)

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Profile image Nurfatiin 1 year ago

We reached Bali at around 11:00 a.m. I have been anticipating this leg of the trip. I've always wanted to go to Bali. The minute we stepped out of the plane, I was already in love with the carvings and details. Last night was wonderful. We had the whole evening to ourselves where we can roam around on our own and explore Kuta by ourselves. It was pretty weird not having an itinerary after the little sh...Read More

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Our hotel for the next few days is at Bintang Kuta Hotel. Just thinking of it makes me sleepy. 

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We visited Masjid Agung Assasutaqwa. Although Bali is an island of Hinduism, at least 13% of it's population is Muslim. So you don't have to worry about not having a place to pray!

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The Barong dance depicts the fight between the good and evil. 

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Profile image Nurfatiin 1 year ago

Our first lunch in Bali is at Malioboro. We have this chain in SG too! I especially love their salted egg nasi ayam penyet. Yummsss

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Profile image Nurfatiin 1 year ago

I'm here in Bali!!! The domestic airport is beautiful. Heard the internationa airport is bigger and prettier!

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