Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok

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Lonely Planet, 15 Sep 2010 - 400 halaman
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Nobody knows Bali and Lombok like Lonely Planet, and our 12th edition offers the best of these island paradises. Whether that's trekking through the ancient rice paddies of Jatiluwih, being dazzled by a Legong dance in Ubud, sliking along the sleek bars of Seminyak, or being pampered on an idyllic beach - you decide.
Lonely Planet guides are written by experts who get to the heart of every destination they visit. This fully updated edition is packed with accurate, practical and honest advice, designed to give you the information you need to make the most of your trip.
In This Guide:
New color chapter showcasing Balinese architecture
Expanded coverage of outdoor activities and extreme sports
Unique Green Index to help you make your travels ecofriendly
  

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getting Started
19
The culture
38
Food Drink
70
environment
80
Bali lombok
86
Kuta legian
104
Eating
112
Getting There Away
118
Padangbai to Candidasa
222
central mountains
239
Villages Around Danau
245
GUNUNG BATUKAU AREA
252
Around Singaraja
259
West of Lovina
266
Belayu
272
Around Negara
278

South Bali
131
Ulu Watu Around
137
History
145
Drinking
151
Nusa Ceningan
159
Orientation
163
Shopping
169
Sights
176
Courses
183
Eating
191
Getting There Away
197
South of Ubud
203
Sidan
209
Pura Besakih
215
WESTERN LOMBOK 2 5
285
Senggigi
291
Gili Air
297
Gili Trawangan
304
NORTH CENTRAL
310
Tetebatu
318
East of Kuta
325
Photography Video
327
Climate Charts
331
Food
337
Transport
349
DVT
363
Seminyak
390
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Tentang penulis (2010)

Ryan Ver Berkmoes first visited Bali in 1993. On his visits since he has explored almost every corner of the island - along with side trips to Nusas Lembongan and Penida and Lombok. Just when he thinks Bali holds no more surprises, he, for example, ducks behind Pura Batukau. Better yet, he simply never tires of the place. Four times in two years shows that; sometimes his Bali social calendar is busier than anywhere else. Off-island, Ryan lives in Portland, Oregon and writes about Bali and more at ryanverberkmoes.com.

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