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Kuta, Ubud, Lovina to Padangbai

 
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2007 10:30 am    Post subject: Kuta, Ubud, Lovina to Padangbai Reply with quote

But there's much more to Bali than Kuta or Ubud . For a quiet beach scene, you can visit Lovina on the north shore and watch dolphins frolic in plain view. The coast is teeming with sea life and coral, a paradise for diving and snorkeling. Especially fascinating is Tulamben, where you can snorkel in the wreckage of the Liberty Glo, a U.S. cargo ship that sank here during the Second World War. It is now covered in coral, a rich nesting ground for thousands of exotic fish. It's like plunging into the biggest aquarium in the world. On the east coast, you can hang out at the fishing village of Padangbai, where you can rent a local jukung (boat) to go snorkeling off the deserted islands in the bay. Or you can hike for 15 minutes to the Blue Lagoon, for a day of lazing at a beach caf or swimming among exotic fish.
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