Best Places to visit in #Candisasa- My solo travel guide to Bali; #Indonesia Travel on a Budget

Lotus lagoon & Pura @ Candidasa: a huge pond filled with lotus buds and huge round shaped lotus leafs in the mid of the village overlooking the blue sea. The big lemon green leafs floating on the transparent yet blue water is like a picture perfect scene.

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My Solo Travel Guide to #Bali- A full day sightseeing of Bali from #Sanur.. #Indonesia Travel on a Budget

Belanjong Temple, Sanur:

I had purposely kept one day to footslog around the town and decided to visit Pura Belanjong on foot. My apartment in Sanur was close to Parigata beach, from here it took me 25 minutes to reach Belanjong temple taking bypass road. Belanjong temple is rarely visited by tourists, a small tranquil temple, sitting here for sometimes feels really good. There is another attraction behind the temple, called Belanjong inscription. It’s a fat cement pillar, with some Sanskrit and old Balinese language carved on it. Though nothing is described at the entrance or anywhere on the temple, neither the locals are very clear of the story, the place is very quite nice anyway.

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Travelling to Bali on a budget- My travel tips to #Bali, Indonesia- #Solotravel to #Bali

#Bali as a destination is very tourist friendly, and travelling across #Bali is quite reasonable. Here is my suggestion on travel, food and fashion for your next trip to #Bali

Travelling locally in Bali:

· Forget Bemos, Ojeks in present day Bali and they hardly exist in the main city and in the small towns, the number is still hardly considerable; as all the houses have as many bikes as the number of members in the family or there are four wheeler in the houses.

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Travelling to East of Bali – Solo travel to #Candidasa, #Bali.. #Indonesia Travel on a Budget

After my stay in #Sanur, I decided to head towards east of #Bali, my next destination was #Candidasa, which is a small village in Amlapura District. The travel distance between #Sanur and #Candidasa is 1.5 hours by road, and the earlier you start is better to avoid traffic. There are 2 options to reach #Candidasa, one is by private taxi/ car which may cost appx 400K IDR for a car; for 3-4 people travelling together, taking private car is a good deal, but for solo traveller like me can book Perama shuttle which costs 75K IDR per person and these are daily transfer, hence quite cost effective and the drivers are good and professional. Also a backpacker can also hire a bike/ scooter (which may cost 70K IDR per day).

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