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Love Bali invites you to contribute to COVID-19 recovery efforts in tourism industry Love Bali is a movement initiated by the Bali Provincial Government to implement a new policy, "Nangun Sat Kerthi Loka Bali”, which is the Comprehensive Development Plan for a New Era of Bali.

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Pantai Pandawa

Pandawa Beach may still sound unfamiliar and not-so-famous for today. But this beach has a million charms that have not been exposed and are still squeezed by limestone cliffs. Situated in the village of kutuh, Sub-District of South Kuta, Badung Regency, it is located approximately 3 km from the tourist area of Nusa Dua and Uluwatu Temple. Originally, Pandava Beach is known as the Secret Beach, because it’s hidden behind a row of rocky hills which is just overgrown by bushes. But now access to get there is easier to follow by motor vehicles. Road access are intentionally made by splitting towering limestone hills creating the view around the beach being very exotic. By the beaches, the limestone cliffs are perforated and engraved with beautiful sculpture characters as the place of the Five Pandava in the Mahabharata story. The Panorama of the beach is so beautiful and charming. With clean white sand with a bluish-green ocean waters, this beach is very suitable for bathing or swimming as the waves break in the middle of the sea. It is located to the East, make us possible to enjoy such a beautiful sunrise at the beach. The other charm of Pandawa Beach is the activity of seaweed farmers along the coast. In addition, we can see the activity of paragliding and motor trail up the Hill. Because the beach is located in line with Gunung Payung Beach, Kutuh Village, so we can enjoy a beautiful view of the waterfall of Gunung Payung Beach that spills to the beach.   Photo Source :

Pantai Pandawa

kuta selatan, Kabupaten Badung

Water Blow

kuta selatan, Kabupaten Badung

Yeh Panas Penatahan

tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan


manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem

Pantai Watu Klotok

klungkung, Kabupaten Klungkung

Ekowisata Bukit Cemeng

bangli, Kabupaten Bangli

Desa Wisata Taman Sari / Undisan

tembuku, Kabupaten Bangli


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Travel and Leisure recently announced the world's best travel destinations and organizations for 2023, according to the results of their reader survey. This is the magazine's 28th edition of the World's Best Awards.   The World's Best Awards from Travel and Leisure are released annually. The survey sampled its readers who are experienced in the travel industry around the world.   In the Travel and Leisure version of the Best Cities in the World 2023, the city of Ubud in the Province of Bali, is in the top 10 list by ranking fourth.   The city of Ubud is located in the highlands of Bali. The city is also known as a center of culture, art, and the natural beauty. Ubud offers another side of Bali. In Ubud, visitors can enjoy to view the rice terrace with temples and sacred places of worship.   The following is a list of the 10 best cities in the world according to Travel and Leisure. 1. Oaxaca, Mexico 2. Udaipur, India 3. Kyoto, Japan 4. Ubud, Indonesia 5. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico 6. Mexico City, Mexico 7. Tokyo, Japan 8. Istanbul, Türkiye 9. Bangkok, Thailand 10. Mumbai, India     photo source : baligoldentour

the provincial government of bali issued an official “do and don’t” card for foreign tourist while in bali

The Provincial Government of Bali issued an official "Do's and Don'ts" card for foreign tourists traveling to Bali island as an effort to overcome the surge in bad behavior of foreign tourists while in Bali.   We welcome all foreign tourist to Bali and remind you to “DO”: A. Respect local religion and their sacred places  B. Respect Balinese wisdoms including traditional ceremonies  C. Wear the proper clothes  D. Behave especially in sacred places  E. Travel with licensed tour guide if needed  F. Exchange in legal money changer  G. Transaction with Indonesian QR Standard  H. Cash transaction with Indonesian Rupiah  I. Obey the traffic law  J. Rent vehicles from legal company K. Stay in legal accommodation  L. Obey any rules in tourist spot    We welcome all foreign tourist to Bali and remind you to “DON’T”: A. Enter main area of scared places unless for praying by wearing Balinese traditional clothes and not having period  B. Climb sacred tress C. Take pictures with unproper clothes around sacred places  D. Do littering E. Use non-recyclable plastic  F. Misbehave in public area G. Work or do business illegally H. Do illegal trading    All offenses subject to law or deportation