Rabu, 14 November 2007

Bali, singaraja

The old Dutch capital of Bali during the colonial era, Singaraja is a quiet town with some quaint old Dutch warehouses on the waterfront. It's easily reached from the south via Bedugul or Kintamani or from Candidasa in the east. There is some accommodation here but you would be better to stay at the nearby Lovina Beach only a few kilometers to the west. Lovina has had a recent spruce up and the gravel beach is now pristine clean. The town has plenty of accommodation from basic to good quality and some adequate restaurants.

There’s little nightlife to speak of so rise early and hire a fisherman to take you out to see dolphins and a beautiful sunrise at the same time. The fishermen will also take you to the reef for snorkeling or diving. It’s a pleasant rural area with mountains and foothills coming down to the sea.

source by www.directorybali.com

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