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There is an overwhelming choice of restaurants on all levels, making Bali a real dining destination. Warehouses have been transformed to modern day establishments, local Warungs serve traditional Balinese food and tea houses are great for that in-between. From cheap and cheerful, authentic Indonesian to fine dining and modern fusion, the choices are endless. Culinary diversity is the dish of the day here, so parents needn’t fret about the fussiest of eaters – western favourites are as commonplace as mee goreng.
There are literally thousands of temples across Bali. Small devotional shrines are scattered through rice fields and often in hotel grounds. Some of the larger and more impressive temples, which are well worth visiting include Besakih (the mother temple situated in Eastern Bali), Uluwatu (perched high on a cliff on the southern coastline) and Tanah Lot (the impressive shore temple).
Nothing is better than watching the sun go down with an evening drink in hand. With an array of trendy beach bars in the upmarket Seminyak precinct, KU DE TA, Potato Head Beach Club or Finns Beach Club are great options and the most well-known. Option B is to head to the sand and grab yourself a beanbag at one of the many bars that are part of the evening atmosphere. Feet in the sand, music playing and cold beverage in hand is the best way to finish the day.
What better way to take back memories of Bali, than to learn how to cook some of the exotic dishes that make Bali famous. Many hotels offer a cooking class and there are also a number of respected cooking schools operating regular programmes, teaching a range of Indonesian dishes.
A multitude of activities are on offer involving water. Dive in the warm ocean and see a marine environment quite different to home. Surf the beaches or just paddle in the waves. Enjoy a boat cruise to the islands, and hold on tight on a banana boat ride. Check out the water parks and speed down water slides or just relax in a lazy river and float around. White water rafting is also an option – ride rapids and finish off with a great buffet!
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