I have already written about the incredible experience of watching sunrise and sunset at Borobudur and Prambanan. But still, there were something more, something more than a spiritual feast, something intensified our sensations…. 😛
Bali is cultural. And the Barong dance one of the great traditions based on a classic Balinese mythology. Walking through the Monkey Forest, Ubud and reached the Ubud for the Barong Dance – a great way to relax and enjoy an afternoon!
My objective of visiting Yogyakarta was seeing two famous architectural wonders in Java: A Hindu temple and a Buddhist temple. I was told that tourists generally go to the Hindu temple for the sunset and the Buddhist temple for the sunrise. So that’s what I did, but I wonder if the weather permits?
Emotional sunset at the Uluwatu, three temples and one UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bali.
Bali was magical. The island was like a sponge soaked with rich and unique culture; the landscape was diversified, I spent a week in Bali for my birthday celebration and the experience was spiritual.
We signed up for a cooking class @ Viavia Jogja, we visited a local market for the ingredients, and ice cream next. Charming!