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Bandung is a city on the island of Java, in between Smatra and Bali, in Indonesia. There isn't much point in coming to Bandung unless you want to visit the nearby area of Tangkuban Prahu volcano, which you can reach from a beautiful forest walk in about two-and-a-half hours. If you want to spend some time in the city …
Malang, a city in Central Java, is often used as a gateway from which to explore the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, but as a city it has a few quaint charms of its own. You can do a free walking tour with a student guide from a Malang hostel and you will see along your way various monuments; the animal and plant …
Denpasar is the capital and most populated city of Bali. It is the city where most tourists arrive as the only airport of the island is located here. However, it is not worth staying at a hostel here much longer than it takes to rest after a long flight, as the city offers little charm and very few attractions and is …
Candi Dasa is a situated on the eastern coastline of Bali, only about ten kilometres from the ferry terminal to Lombok. It is a quiet and laid-back resort town, which offers a nice alternative to the busy and crowded Kuta or Ubud. With only a small supermarket and a few local eateries, the place still keeps its …
Lovina Beach is a beautiful city located in the north of Bali island, in Indonesia. Lovina Beach is the perfect spot to discover more about the north area of the island and the volcanic places nearby. Lovina Beach is divided into six small villages –- Temukus, Kaliasem, Kalibukbuk, Banyualit, Anturan, and Tukad Mungga …
Kuta is the main tourist centre of Bali, set on a wide beach, just twenty minutes away from Denpasaar Airport. In the last few years, Kuta has developed into one of the most dynamic areas in South East Asia. While staying at Kuta hostels, you can find everything you need right nearby, from cheap shops to big malls, …
Kuta Selatan is located in the southern part of Bali, one of the most popular islands of Indonesia, and it covers a territory of more than a hundred square kilometres. It is basically the peninsula south of the famous holiday destination of Kuta that is home to places like Jimbaran, Uluwatu, and Nusa Dua and that …
Ungasan is located on the southern tip of the exotic Indonesian island Bali. Even if it is situated on the highly popular Bukit Peninsula, the village itself is nested in a rather remote location, far away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Kuta and the glamorous luxury of Nusa Dua. This place is not for everybody, …
Padang Padang is a lovely little town in the southwest of Bali Island in Indonesia. It is located on the Bukit, a small peninsula on the south of the island. This place is best known by the nice and small beach with natural small caves carved in the surrounding rocks and the good waves for surfing -- get some advice …
If you are stuck in your life, fed up with the rat race of the big city, or just want to experience the city with Bali's most spectacular culture, look for a hostel in Ubud! Since Elisabeth Gilbert's "Eat, Pray and Love," was published and subsequently made into a movie, Ubud has become a favourite with people looking …
South Kuta Beach refers to the area that extends north of the airport up to where Jalan Raya Kuta starts; some accommodations also refer to it being south of the airport to Jimbaran as well. It includes the area known as Badung also. Hostels in South Kuta Beach are thus scattered within this area and you will find …
There is one main street along all of Senggigi and here you will find everything you need. From the twenty-four-hour supermarket, restaurants serving a variety of foods from around the world, pharmacies, and all Senggigi accommodation including your Senggigi hostels, the main strip in Senggigi has you covered. There is …
Sanur is a small town on Bali island, between Java and Lombok, in Indonesia. This town is transforming in a place for resorts and the only chaotic area here is the harbor. Although it has a long beach (about five kilometers long), the sand looks a little bit dirty, probably because of the harbor and all the boats that …
The place most famously known by tourists for its infamous Kerobokan Prison, Kerobokan is surprisingly quiet and void of much to do other than walk the streets, talk to locals, and get a feel for how Indonesian people actually live. It is here that people go on about their day-to-day business in ordinary Balinese life …
If you've ever dreamt of a breathtakingly beautiful tropical island with pristine white sands, palm trees, and a very slow and relaxed way of life, Gili Air is exactly that place! Gili Air is located off the coast of Lombok, only about a kilometre from the mainland, and is the closest of the three islands that make up …
Just a hop skip and a jump down the road from Kuta is the suburb of Legian on the Bali beach strip. It offers pretty much all the same things as Kuta and any other surrounding suburb as you walk up and down the main stretch of Jalan Legian. You will find a hundred souvenir shops, a hundred salons offering massage and …
Yogyakarta is one of the best cities on Java -- in between Sumatra and Bali –- in Indonesia. This is a very attractive city, really well preserved, and a major cultural center for Javanese arts of music, batik, and puppet shows. Although this is a touristic destination –- sometimes with tourist crowds -– it is well …
Approximately twelve kilometers north of Seminyak, along the route to Tanah Lot Temple, is the small fishing-village-turned-surfer's-paradise of Canggu. The roughly eight kilometers or so of volcanic black sand coastline that makes up the little town boasts seven stunning beaches -- Batu Boolong, Nelayan, Echo Beach, …
Lombok is an island that forms a part of the Nusa Tenggara region of Indonesia and is located east of Bali. It is a popular destination for those that want to get out of the hustle and bustle of Bali and into some more adventurous and cultural aspects of Indonesia. Most people get here by taking a boat over from Bali …
Labuhan Bajo is situated on the western coastline of Flores and is definitely the most touristy city of the whole island, with all its advantages and disadvantages. Although there is a wide variety of accommodations from which to choose -- including Labuan Bajo hostels -- and most amenities like ATM, banks, money …