Jul 01, 2019

Seminyak, Bali

Seminyak Bali

The charm of the island of Bali is well known around the world. The beauty of nature, culture, art and tourist attractions that make many people love to this island.

Seminyak is a beach resort area at the southern end of Bali, Indonesia, with many luxury hotels, villas and spas, as well as high-end shopping and restaurants. Sleek bars and clubs with busy sunset scenes line Seminyak and Petitenget beaches, which are wide, west-facing stretches of Indian Ocean shoreline with gray sand and good surfing conditions.

Be sure to catch the legendary sunsets and enjoy the tranquil beauty, and marvel at Balinese ceremonies on the beach, complete with gamelan players and offerings to the gods. Of course, don’t let the smooth sands and intricate cultural experiences distract you from spas and shopping! Sophisticated spas and high-end boutiques will entice you away from the waterfront—for a short time, anyway.


Nusa Penida, Bali

Nusa Penida

There is one of the most amazing tourist attractions, located at the southeastern tip of Bali Island, in Kelungkung regency. Nusa Penida is the most widespread island of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. 

There are many diving spots around Nusa Lembongan, but nothing beats Ceningan Channel, a diving spot located between the Lembongan and Ceningan Islands. Ask your dive guide to take you there, and you’ll be fascinated with the surprising discovery of the underwater Buddhist artifacts.

As of 2019, there are some rumors going around from people (including locals) saying that these statues have been removed. It's been said that the company that originally put the statues there as a snorkeling object didn’t like having a bunch of other companies bringing snorkelers to the same spot, so that’s why they’re trying to drive away other tours. It's also been said that the same company has also removed the statues now, but hopefully this isn’t correct.

Having said that, Bali has so much to offer, even if the diving artifacts have been removed, but Nusa Lembongan really should not be overlooked, especially if you are planning to stay in Southern Bali.




The Maldives is a tropical nation in the Indian Ocean composed of 26 ring-shaped atolls, which are made up of more than 1,000 coral islands. Maldives is home to perhaps the best beaches in the world; they’re on almost every one of the country’s nearly 1200 islands and are so consistently perfect that it’s hard not to become blasé about them.

Every resort in Maldives is its own private island, and with over 100 to choose from the only problem is selecting where you want to stay. At the top end, the world’s most exclusive hotel brands compete with each other to attain ever-greater heights of luxury, from personal butlers and private lap pools to in-room massages and pillow menus.

The richness and variety is astonishing; dazzling coral walls, magnificent caves and schools of brightly coloured tropical fish await you when you get down to the reef.