Thursday, 5 January 2012

The most famous sunsets atmosphere at Seminyak, Bali

If you're looking for greater scene for sunsets in bali , you have to take a look for Petitenget Beach , The most famous sunsets atmosphere in seminyak, bali. Unlike the Legian and Kuta beach which is too crowded, the beach is more quiet and peaceful. Petitenget Beach has beautiful scenery and stunning beaches are on the same line with Legian and Kuta beach. Petitenget location is between Seminyak and Canggu. But it still includes the area of Kerobokan Village, District of Kuta, Badung regency. In there is a temple of Petitenget, which is one of the most sacred temple for the Hindu community in Bali.

Pura Petitenget located at the beachside off Jl Petitenget, pretty Balinese temple, which is known for particularly spectacular beach-side ceremonies. There has been a temple here since at least the 16th century, and although this is not one of the key nine directional temples of Bali, it is an important link in the series of west coast temples between Pura Uluwatu and Pura Tanah Lot.

Petitenget beach has sand-colored gray, creating a sense of mystery with the high quantity of sunlight throughout the day, making the visitors used to come here. Because the Petitenget beach is located in a remote environment, this quiet beach can be an alternative place for those who want to hide from the crowd. The waves are big suitable for use as a place to surf or windsurf sport. In addition you can also perform various activities such as swimming, sunbathing, meditation or just spend time along the coast before sunset, and this is the beach had the atmosphere of the most famous sunsets in the area of Seminyak.

This area is also very famous as the location of the inns and hotels which very well preserved quality. Even among some private villas located right on the edge of the coastline and full service for guests. This is definitely going to give a sense of comfort and sensation for the tourists who visit this location of Petitenget beach. The main choices are villas and higher end hotels. There are some good bargains to be had in the mid-range though in low season, so shop around. Beware of false advertising! Only the most expensive "villas" are completely private and self-contained, while many share at least some facilities, and the cheaper ones are just clusters of bungalows.

How to get there

Seminyak is part of the main west coast connurbation in South Bali and it can get very congested with traffic. There are two main routes in. From Kuta and Legian, Jalan Legian runs parallel with the beach and at its western limit, becomes Jalan Seminyak. If at all possible try to avoid this road though, and take instead the eastern bypass called Jalan Sunset. This is almost invariably the quicker route from Kuta and Legian into Seminyak, although it is actually further in distance. A prepaid taxi from the airport to Seminyak costs a fixed Rp 60,000. Trips to or from Kuta cost around Rp 30,000 and from Legian about Rp 15,000. Easy access points to the beach are at the end of Jalan Dhyana Pura, and from the large public car park (Rp 2,000) between Petitenget Temple and La Luciola restaurant.

Best place around

Try to go to Jalan Kerobokan between the junction with Jalan Seminyak and the next set of traffic lights to the north if you are looking for Indonesian antiques (genuine or reproductions) . This is a very busy road and moving around is not easy, but both sides of the street are lined with numerous furniture, antique and homeware stores, or you can try find out more for :
-.Bamboo Blonde, Jl Laksmana 61, An innovative women's wear and notably helpful and friendly staff.
-.Mario Silver, Jl Raya Seminyak 19 (just south of Bintang Supermarket), The retail outlet of one of Bali's leading silver jewellry designers and manufacturers. Wide range of high quality items which is frequently updated.
-.Richard Meyer Culture, Jl Petintenget 200x, An elegant gallery showcasing art, photography and sculpture from contemporary Balinese artists.


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