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Top 5 Travel Attractions in Bali

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Fri, 07/06/2012 - 02:15

Top 5 Travel Attractions in Bali

Play VideoVisit Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia

The number one resort of Bali is Kuta Beach. It's not only the most popular, but also the biggest one. It is annexed to three neighboring smaller settlements, Begiyan, Sheminya and Tuban. The long sandy beach is the mecca of swimmers, surfers and sun worshipers, but it's worth visiting for everybody even if they have their accommodation elsewhere. You can also visit Kyoto Discount Casual Dresses , the 7th largest city in Japan. Enjoy its architecture and rich cultural heritage, or visit its traditional neighborhoods, where you are likely to see Geishas in their traditional attire.

Play VideoAussie Drug Teen Released in Bali

An Australian teenager found guilty of illegal drug possession in Bali, Indonesia was released from a detention center on Sunday (December 4), for time already served. The 14-year-old teenager was detained by police on October 4th after trying to purchase 3.6 grams of marijuana in the Kuta beach area while on holiday with his parents. The Nusa Dua visitors can enjoy crystal clear water and stretches of white sandy beach, the Barong performance at Batubulan and a long climb of the steps of the Mother Temple Besakih. Play VideoVisit Bali in Indonesia Part 1/3

Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Bali, a gem among the 17,000 Indonesian islands which has become one of the most beloved destinations for tourists looking for exotic places. The picturesque beaches of the island are favorable for surfers and sunbathers while the groups of churches offer ample experiences in religion, culture, art history. Play VideoVisit Paradise Point Resort in San Diego

California Travel Tips host Veronica Hill takes you on a San Diego beach vacation to Paradise Point Resort and Spa. It's one of the most unique San Diego hotels you'll find, recently remodeled in a Bali Modern-French Polynesian design.

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