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Day trip to Central Bali experience without the tourists

June 27, 2020 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

The obvious upside of the current situation is that current guests in Indonesia have some normally busy areas for themselves. Me and my wife used this opportunity to do a day trip on our scooters to central Bali. Since some attractions are closed and we want to maintain social distancing, this was a great opportunity to go off the beaten track a little and explore the nooks and crannies of central Bali. No big highlights or Instagram musts here , just witnessing daily life and savoring the quietness…

Central Bali is the heartland of Balinese culture, so as an avid photographer this is a dream to capture. Little hidden temples in the jungle, local art, Balinese people just living their daily life and all the greens you can imagine uninterrupted by fellow travelers.

The day ended with an experience you can’t plan…a bowl of puppies. Too cute and a great image to finish the day. This experience encompasses what travel is all about, it is not always about the highlights, the luxury or the distance you travel. Just these small and unexpected moments which you will cherish, that’s what discovery is to me.

I have no doubt that as a team we will soon be welcoming you again and  together create amazing experiences again in Wonderful Indonesia!

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