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- HOLY PLACES JAVA  (1 new item)

Hundreds of ancient stone religious monuments lie on the island of Java. Known as candi in Indonesian, they date from the early classical period of Javanese civilisation, beginning in the first part of the 8th century CE and ending after 900 CE. The majority were built between 780 CE and 860 CE, even though the civilisation that created them existed for many centuries.

- FLORA (FLOWERS)  (1 new item)

- PLACES  (1 new item)

"Bali is full", that's what some people say and in a way they are right but only if you stay in Kuta or Denpasar. Getting out of these crowded area's you'll find the Bali as it was and still is. Many places still are very interesting to visit despite the amount of visitors. I could make a long list list of those places but you'll find them in every brochure and travel guide. More interesting is to explore the island by yourself. With your own transportation or with a private driver. Take a walk in small village's, visit local markets, try the local food and drinks. Enjoy the views of the ricefields, listen to the sound of the oceans, explore the wildlife and... ok... visit some famous touristic places as well :-)

- PEOPLE  (1 new item)

Balinese are warm and friendly people who will do a lot to make you feel comfortable at "their" island of "Demons and Gods".

- CHILDREN  (1 new item)

Never abuse children, NEVER! Secure their future with lot's of love, healthy food and good education!

- FERRIES JAVA-BALI  (11 new items)

Bali Strait separates Java and Bali while connecting the Indian Ocean and the Bali Sea. At its narrowest it is 2.4 kilometres (1.5 mi) wide. Crossing the Bali Strait can be done by ferry. Every 15 minutes a ferry leaves to the other side of the Bali Strait. It takes about 30 minutes to cross the strait but normally including getting on/off the ferry it will take you about 1,5 to 2 hours. On Bali the departure/arrival place is Gilimanuk, on Java it is Ketapang. The costs are about Rp. 6.500,- per person without a vehicle. For a sedan/mpv car including the passengers it is Rp. 148.000,-.