Bali Trip | Pura Tanah Lot Sunset Kecak Dance
Written by Shirley T   
Friday, 23 August 2013 06:45
Dramatic Pura Tanah Lot Temple Bali Trip attractionFor Balinese, Tanah Lot is a sleepy town that comes alive as a result of a temple that floats on the sea! For tourists, Tanah Lot Temple is a must-visit owing to its magical atmosphere. Beautiful ship-shaped temple, stunning view of rocky out-crop on the shorelines, endless splashes of eerie waves, it is truly inspiring allowing your senses peeled to all of these wonderful stimuli. Although most people recommend Pura Tanah Lot to be visited in the evening to watch sunset, it also means hoards of…
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Bali Trip | Ubud Art Market Downtown Attractions
Written by Shirley T   
Sunday, 18 August 2013 01:31
Fashionista in UbudUbud Attractions Unlike the coastal areas such as Kuta, Legian or Sanur, Ubud sits right in the middle of Bali island. Less rowdy, Ubud is more divine for vacationers that are up for nature, culture, arts and spiritual. In other words, Ubud is the place to see the faces of an authentic Bali and Balinese. And after Julie Robert's Eat Pray Love movie filmed in Ubud, everybody wants to go to Ubud on their first Bali trip.
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Bali Trip | Tegallalang Rice Paddy Terrace Field @ Ubud
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 17 August 2013 02:49
Tegalalang rice terrace field Tegallalang near Ubud in BaliDespite growing up in Asia, eating rice as a staple, you must be wondering why I was still amazed when it comes to a spread of massive emerald green of rice field. Trust me, the view of Bali's rice field is unique. Majestic, if I am only allowed to use a word to describe it. Unlike the paddy or rice fields in Malaysia or Thailand, Bali's rice field is beautifully carved line by line, cascading over steep hill slope hence it is like a postcard picture of a green waterfall blending with coconut tr…
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Bali Trip | Kintamani Volcano Lake Batur Caldera @ Penelokan
Written by Shirley T   
Friday, 16 August 2013 15:00
Lake Batur Kintamani BaliWho tells you Bali is an island of temples? Besides people with smiling faces, Bali also offers a vast breathtaking view of volcanic caldera beside a massive spread of ocean. A typical range of any camera is unlikely to capture this fantastic view. Imagine an active volcano Mount Batur, serene Lake Batur and a  stratovolcano Mount Agung - the highest peak of Bali. All are promised in a stretch of panoramic.Bali Mount Batur & Lake Batur Tour40 Minutes later after Gunung Kawi Temple brought us a b…
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Penang Vegan | Water Drop Tea House @ George Town
Written by Shirley T   
Monday, 29 July 2013 00:00
Millet Dumpling at Water Drop Tea HouseIf you're a vegan that arrive in George Town Penang starving, head straight into Water Drop Tea House at Lebuh Penang with no regret. Despite of simple and vintage outlook on its façade, as one walks into the restaurant, Water Drop is a welcoming sanctuary. Soothing interior, soft calming Buddhist hymn playing in the background, friendly waitstaff that are keen to serve approaching you, it was set up to promote compassion, kindness and gratitude. 
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Bali Food To Avoid | I Made Joni @ Ubud
Written by Shirley T   
Saturday, 17 August 2013 08:34
Rice paddy fieldsIf you've been following my food posts, there are probably only a couple restaurants out of many hundreds that I would never recommend to my readers. Ironically, I Made Joni that is about 5 minutes from Ubud Downtown is one of them. Stay away from I Made Joni Restaurant! All I can tell is we were conned to walk into this restaurant. Believing our driver cum tour guide was not likely to recommend 'something not-that-bad' to tourists, we decided to stop looking at the cheap and good foods in Ubud …
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Bali Trip | Kopi Luwak @ Bali Pudina Coffee Farm
Written by Shirley T   
Friday, 16 August 2013 16:38
Free coffee and beverages on Bali PudinaBalinese CoffeeCall me ignorance, but I didn't know that Bali is somewhat famed for its coffee since the Dutch era. Named after the island, Balinese coffee is commonly served in restaurants and hotels. Having said that, Kopi Luwak or Luwak Coffee however is another type, somehow a highly commercialized coffee. An icon of Indonesian coffee, Luwak Coffee has a steep history traced back to Dutch colonization where coffee farming was a significant industry in Sumatra and Java. Priced between US$17 t…
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Bali Trip | Gunung Kawi Ancient Temple @ Tampaksiring
Written by Shirley T   
Friday, 16 August 2013 15:44
Breathtaking terrace paddy field at Tampaksiring Gunung KawiGunung Kawi Tampaksiring No trip through the beautiful island of Bali is complete without a visit to the Gunung Kawi Temple Tampaksiring, that is located 35 km north east of Denpasar Downtown. Our second destination after a brief visit to a batik factory near Celuk on second day in Bali, we finally arrived at Jl BayuBrata Tampaksiring by 11 am.
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Fa Guo San | Toast - Waffles - Panna Cotta
Written by Shirley T   
Thursday, 25 July 2013 00:00
A platter of everything & dippingIf you're looking for a unique experience or something that attracts the eyes, then Fa Guo San (Hua-guo-shan) be a good choice. Honestly, this eatery taught me to appreciate food as an art rather than merely a meal that fuels the body. Composed by simple foods such as toast, waffle, fruits, cream, chocolate and ice-cream, Fa Guo San or literally means 'Flowers and Fruits' offers all the sweet tooth a venue to indulge.Located at All Seasons Place on Lebuhraya Thean Teik in Farlim Air Itam Penang,…
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