Thursday, February 27, 2014

Bali : Catching Sunset

You're not allowed to say that you has visited Bali before you walked on the beach or watched the sunset. The main reason to visit these places below (exc. the last one) is to catch the sunset, so I gave my biggest attention to the view. Refreshing drinks or tasty comfy snacks are just the extras.

POTATO HEAD

It's not the fancy pool or the beach that stole my heart away, it's the mix between green grass, clear blue sky, and comfortable sunset.

Jl. Petit Tenget, Seminyak
Open daily, 11 am - 2 am






LA PLANCHA

Colorful bean bags, great music, touch of sand with lots of sunshine. You only have two choices: come early to get a good spot and bear the sunlight or arrive about an hour before the sunset but you might missed those comfortable bean bags.

Jl. Dyhanapura, Seminyak (near Double Six)
Open daily, 7 am - 1 am





BEBEK TEPI SAWAH

Well, it's definitely not a good spot to watch sunset. The dark sky and little raindrops on last Saturday had stopped us to rush back to Seminyak from Ubud because there's a chance that the cloud would blocked the sunset away. But while waiting for our crispy duck to arrive, we accidentally enjoyed the sun slowly dissapeared from the sky without its famous fellow buddies: sand & sea.

Jl Raya Goa Gajah, Br. Teges Peliatan
Ubud, Gianyar
Open daily, 10 am - 10 pm




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