Senin, 06 Agustus 2007


Merging into the north of Seminyak, Kerobokan is an enchanting place with beautiful contrasts. On one side, the wild surf crashes onto the golden sand beach and the towering coconut trees disappear into the mist. Inland, another world exists with rice paddies, the odd cow and well-weathered farmers.
Kerobokan is a perfect place to reflect on life, go for long works along the beach in the cool of the morning and just relax around the hotel.
Kerobokan is home to some of the finest restaurants in Bali, including the open-air La Lucciola, which serves Italian cuisine in a beachfront location and the newly opened fine-dining Ku de Ta. Bookings are pretty much essential at both of these restaurants. If dinner at Ku de Ta is outside your budget, a divine breakfast in a divine setting is all yours for about ten kiwi dollars.
There's not much in the way of shops, but a short drive will take you to Seminyak,
and Kuta where you can shop til you drop.
There are some deluxe hotels here, namely The Legian and The Oberoi, which offer exceptional standards in accommodation and service. Good value hotels are available of varying standard and size, most of them beachfront too.

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