40 Days in Asia alone part I

Last July I decided to go on tour in Asia for 40 days alone, traveling in this inspiring content and experience the culture, people and history.

I decided to start my trip from Bali, Indonesia. it was always my dream to visit this heaven on earth island, took the first plane to Bali and from there my adventure started. as soon as I landed and relaxed I went to one of the most places that I wanted to visit whole my life Pura Ulun Danu Beratan. Waking up at 03:00 am is really worth it to reach this place by sunrise, on the way I was amazed by the green mountains views. It’s about 2 hours drive from Bali, and now I am facing this amazing water temple face to face no longer just in pictures.

Next stop is Munduk the mountain village in the highlands of Central Bali. and noway to be there and not trying the swing over looking the twin lake and enjoy all the view points. The view is spectacular with that soft fresh air touch. after exploring the swing it was the time to have breakfast and trying some of the local Balinese food (Bakso soup).

Bali is famous with it’s beautiful waterfalls, I had the chance to visit the Banyumala Twin Waterfall I was just impressed standing face to face with this huge breath-taking water fall, surrounding by all this greens and the birds whistling made it the perfect place to reflect and connect with nature.

A moment of faith spent at Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, this Balinese Hindu temple is like no other very peaceful and calm. You can spend hours there without even feeling the time. followed by a visit to the famous Tanah Lot the home to the pilgrimage temple PuraTanah Lot.

How about waking up in Ubud and having a breakfast at the pool surrounding by the green trees. I had the time of my life at the Komaneka resorts at monkey forest, this amazing resort located at the city center and only steps away from the monkey forest. the breath taking pool views it’s just outstanding I could have spent days there without even feel any bored. combined the water, sky, and trees all in one image to give the meaning of Ubud beauty.

The moment that I was waiting for is here now and I am running in between the famous rice terrace in Tegal Arang, the beauty of this place is not to be described because it’s just a peace of heaven. enjoying every single step from the bottom arriving to the top, looking at these huge fields filled with rice planets. That was the headline of my visit to Ubud.

I say when it’s sunset run, this beautiful sunset at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay no better place to spend a relaxing day in the pool and chill by the beach enjoying the tasty food and crazy view. I advice you to try the Acai bowl for the breakfast and the burger for lunch it was so yummy.

After a trip in boat for 4 hours I arrived to Lombok island east of Bali and west of Sumbawa, and there I checked in to the Rinjani lodge which is literally 5 minutes walking to Tiu Kelep waterfall. This 4 star hotel located in Rinjani with amazing view and pool over looking the Rinjani mountains. The experience of my life was achieved while trekking, climbing and walking to reach to the outstanding Tiu Kelep waterfall, facing this powerful strong waterfalls is not an easy thing it just took me far away with it’s beauty. And it was well deserved the 6 hours boat trip and the 1 hour trek.

About my dining experience in Bali, and the places I advice you to try:-

1)La Laguna, in Canggu is a tapas bar and restaurant on the secluded, northernmost end of Seminyak, which draws a steady flow of patrons, particularly at sunset time.

2)La Sicilia, in Seminyak takes over the old Townhouse venue with its new Italian flavors and a stunning decor for guests to enjoy.

3)La Plancha, for sunset drinks with great music and tasty food by the beach.

4)Sea salt Seminyak try the layback Sunday brunch with the best of sea food fresh with the talented funny chef.

Author: WAELALTEEN

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