Find me where the wild things are 💦
Bali, you were magical and I already can’t wait to get back as soon as I can ✨
What’s a place you visited this year that you’re still dreaming about? ✈️
Wearing the cutest bag by @fawndesign 💚I linked it in my stories! #fawndesign
14011502 days ago
Tag someone you would come to Bali with 😍
Spent our last morning in Seminyak running around to as many colourful cafes we could fit in before 11am. I honestly don't think anywhere else in the world can beat Bali when it comes to Insta-worthy cafes. I could spend an entire month here and still wouldn't get half way down my 'to eat' list 🍉🥑🍹
Wearing the most perfect yellow jumpsuit from @divineavenue.com.au
My full list:
OMG.. I need a bigger suitcase..!
Loc: Tirta Gangga Water Palace, Karangasem, Bali
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Tag temanmu sekarang, jangan sampai mati gaya di Taman ini. Weekdays, banyak penyuka tanktop dan celana gemes yang minder dan jadi pendiam saat ke sini.
622515 hours ago
The Monkey Forest in Ubud is home to over 700 Balinese long-tailed macaques and almost 40 acres of forest containing 115 different tree species. 🐒 Not only is it one of the most popular tourist sites on the island, but locals have also considered it sacred for centuries. You’ll find three 14th century temples in the forest that honor the Hindu philosophy of Tri Hita Karana — harmony between humans, the environment, and God.
Although the Forest is the monkeys’ natural habitat as well as a conservation & research center, today the environment is threatened by the influx of tourists who visit and cause damage.
For one, because the monkeys are no longer afraid of humans, they’ll often grab plastic bags, water bottles, and any food or loose items (like hats, sunscreen, or even cell phones) from visitors. The monkeys will then eat the stolen food (not part of their normal diet), and leave all the plastic rubbish lying around the forest. WHAT YOU CAN DO: Never bring any food into the Forest, and secure everything inside a zipped backpack to ensure you’re not contributing to the litter problem on the island, nor feeding the monkeys foods that are unhealthy for them.
Additionally, some monkeys carry diseases, and combined with the increasing monkey population and their interactions with humans, monkeys have occasionally bitten visitors. As a response to this concern, some local politicians have called for a cull (selective slaughter) of the long-tailed macaques, which I’m sure we’d all hope to avoid. WHAT YOU CAN DO: don’t bring things into the forest that monkeys might try to take, and never pull pack an item that a monkey grabs; don’t try to touch and play with the monkeys; don’t scream and panic if a monkey jumps on you (they’re generally friendly and your reaction will only scare them).
I love this Forest and the monkeys despite their sometimes less-than-stellar reputations. 😉 But it pains me to see visitors acting in ways that are disruptive and damaging to the peace and longevity of the Forest. I definitely encourage a visit to the forest while traveling to Bali, but do your part to not cause any harm as you pass through. 🐵
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“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that goddamn mountain” - Jack Kerouac ⛰
Explore some of the most unique primal rainforest jungle on the slopes of Mount Batukaru, the second highest mountain in Bali, where you will discover all sorts of weird jungle plants and hidden sacred temples along the way, with the bonus of generally not meeting a single tourist on the whole trek 🌿.
This incredible experience is one of a number of treks and walks you can choose to enjoy on your Clove Tree Hill authentic Bali holiday 🙏🏽
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UNESCO established the Holy Rejang Dance as one of the Representative List Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity UNESCO. Check out our latest video, and see how beautiful this dance is! #baligolive —----
UNESCO menetapkan Tari Rejang Suci sebagai salah satu warisan budaya atau bagian dari Representative List Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity UNESCO. Cek video terbaru kami, dan lihatlah betapa indahnya tarian ini!
GUNUNG KAWI Temple, North of Ubud, Bali. ———————————————————————
Gunung Kawi is one of Bali's oldest and most important monuments. This river-valley complex from the 11th century consists of 10 huge candi (shrines) cut out of rock faces. They are 7-metre-high and each is believed to be a memorial to a member of 11th-century Balinese royalty.
There is a bit of a hike down to the temple and shrines of 371 stone steps leading to the river though nice souvenir stalls with friendly Balinese and a beautiful scenery of rice fields. ———————————————————————
Sarong is required, but you can borrow one on entering the temple.
It was not busy when we arrived in the middle of the afternoon. We did a bit of shopping on the way down, walked around and rewarded ourselves with a delicious coconut on the way up! ———————————————————————
A water temple with a similar name - Gunung Kawi Sebatu is not located far from Pura Gunung Kawi and these two should not be confused.
Gunung Kawi Sebatu is one of my favourite temples, which features gardens around ponds filled with carps and ancient shrines surrounded by crystal clear pools fed by natural springs.
Just standing there wondering what this gorgeous historic structure would’ve looked like then. Would I have visited it in any of my lifetimes? Do we get multiple lifetimes? • Ujung Water Palace, Bali •