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Nehru Zoological Park – a foretaste of Indian wildlife in their natural habitat

Nehru Zoological Park – a foretaste of…

South Asia’s most teeming nation is a veritable fusion of attractive places, lush landscapes and an ancient culture steeped in history and rituals. Architectural masterpieces of historic dynasties dot various states. India’s rich heritage together with its flourishing bio diversity showcases the beauty of the country. The city of Hyderabad offe…
Discover Karnataka’s Lakelands along the Captivating Kerala Backwaters

Discover Karnataka’s Lakelands along t…

Often called the Asian equivalent of the American Bayou, the Kerala backwaters are an expansive network of intricate waterways that include five lakes, forty rivers and a host of canals that span half the length of its home state. Stretching across over 900km the labyrinth of lakes, rivers, inlets and creeks form a truly magnificent eco system and …
Blue Reef Aquarium Newcastle- a world of wonders

Blue Reef Aquarium Newcastle- a world of…

Positioned just a short drive away from the beautiful Whitley Bay, the impressive Blue Reef Aquarium is ideally located in the North East coastal city of Tynemouth. It is a great place to discover how life goes on under the ocean. The Blue Reef Aquarium is a modern aquarium showcasing marine life in a new and exciting way. It has been designed and …
Festivals in Maldives – Merriment in Male

Festivals in Maldives – Merriment in M…

  No one would think that the decorative specs on the Indian Ocean would on close scrutiny turn out to be such resplendent islands full of tourist attractions. However, that is precisely what the Maldives is like. It has over twenty six tiny atolls or islands, which are governed separately but are a cohesive part of Maldives. Most of the festi…
Medical Tourism – Dental Care & Dentists in Bohput

Medical Tourism – Dental Care …

The Thai island of Koh Samui might have garnered a reputation for its idyllic beaches and pristine oceans, but it is also gaining popularity for another feature that is quite unique; medical tourism! Offering reasonably priced and international standard medical care, Koh Samui and such coastal areas as Bohput are also known for their high standards…
Family Travel to Philippines

Family Travel to Philippines…

The multicultural nation of Philippines presents an ideal destination for a family holiday. The suitable areas for families visiting the country include Boracay Island, Central Visayas and the National Capital Region Cebu. You may visit the most popular beach in Boracay, known as the White Beach which is famed for its spectacular sunsets and pristi…

Amazing Bali’s Southern Peninsula – The best of Bali’s beaches

Indonesia’s favourite island has everything you could want from a beach holiday. Bali family resort properties sit right on the beach, watersports of every description are readily available, beachfront bars and nightclubs make up a vibrant after dark party scene and there is shopping to suit every budget.

North of the peninsula you will find Kuta, which was a key trading hub in Dutch colonial times but is now one of the best-known party beaches in Bali today, with clubs, bars and hotels like Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali and several others, lining the beachfront. Here you will also find New Kuta Green Park, a family style water park, an eighteen hole golf course and Ngurah Rai Airport.

Bali’s Southern Peninsular, also known as the Bukit Peninsular, is known for its fabulous beaches that draw surfers from around the world. Explore the hundred-metre-long Padang Padang Beach, which was one of the locations used for filming the movie adaptation of ‘Eat, Pray, Love’. Like many of the beaches on the peninsular, Padang Padang is ideal for surfing. Uluwatu Temple is an iconic feature and it sits on a rock overlooking this beach. Jimbaran Beach is home to several surf schools. Serious surfers make their way to this beach, along with those looking for the best seafood. A favourite attraction of Jimbaran Bay is the cluster of seafood shops at the water’s edge. Barbequed seafood oozing with local flavours is best washed down with ice cold beer. Jimbaran was once a fishing village and has a traditional fish market which still opens for business every day at dawn. The Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park, site of the giant statue of Garuda Wisnu, is another major tourist attraction. The park is located on a limestone hillside three hundred metres above the peninsula and offers scenic views of Jimbaran Bay, Kuta, Tanjung Benoa and Sanur.

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world. Google+

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