My Solo Travel Guide to Bali- Places to visit in 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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Solo Travel Guide to Bali – Travel to Indonesia on a Budget

Sun, sand, sea and a society enriched with their traditional and cultural values, it has to be #Bali. A small island which can be driven across in one day (provided no stop in between, except at a petrol pump!!); can actually be an ideal destination for a long, laid-back vacation. Though talking of #Bali, many people think of only nightlife, party, and flock of people everywhere… however someone like me, who stays miles away from these high spirited activities, can give you a different picture of #Bali altogether which is pacifying if i may say!

I love beach destinations, and I also like to blend with the nature and for which I like quietness, I like to savour the newly felt air from my surrounding and lose myself into it. I’m still in my #Bali_blues fever, and determined to pass it on to you as well..

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