Written By Rio Gonzales on Thursday, November 1, 2012 | Thursday, November 01, 2012
Regency of Buleleng , Singaraja, Bali has a high ourism potential. But unfortunately, it's still not too explored and unexplored. Buleleng is located on the northern coast of Bali.From Denpasar, Buleleng can be reached by land vehicles, travel time approximately three hours. Although the available public transport, travelers recommend using a personal vehicle (rental). Car rental rates are between Rp 250 thousand to Rp 450 thousand. Besides being more convenient, also bring their own vehicle will allow the traveler to move tourist sites. Especially now that there is no public transport to reach every location.
Buleleng attractions :
This beach is different from most of the beaches in Bali. Blackish sand with calm waves.Suitable for diving or snorkeling. The most interesting of these is beach visitors can see dolphins in their natural habitat. Visitors can hire a boat to sail to about one kilometer offshore. Every morning, around 05.00 pm, hundreds of dolphins gather, diving and jumping into the air. It was a rare sight.
uninhabited island is located approximately 76 kilometers to the west of the city of Singaraja. Can be reached in 30 minutes by boat from Labuan Lalang. As the name implies, the island area of 175 hectares was formerly inhabited by deer. But now the population is growing slightly, most only stay tens tail only. Menjangan Island is one of the most complete dive spots in Bali. Divers can find a variety of fish unusual alias can only be found in some areas of the world.
Buleleng regency is famous for its ecotourism vineyards can be found in the Banjar-Seririt. One of the most famous, Indico Vineyards. In addition to picking and buy fresh grapes, visitors can also sample the local wine. That said, Indico delicious wine producer. You are not charged to see the garden, go to the factory and see the process of making wine. But if you want to taste or take home, must pay dong.
Nugraha Lovina Bay Resort Hotel:
This three star hotel is located in the village of Kaliasem, Banjar District, Buleleng, Singaraja. Right on the edge of Lovina Beach. There is a large outdoor pool and relaxation area comfortable for visitors. Just need a five-minute boat ride to see the coral reefs. Rates stay pretty expensive at around Rp 500 thousand per night. Disadvantages hotel is its location close to the main road so quite noisy.
Sunari Villas & Spa Resort:
The hotel is also located in the area of Lovina Beach. Suitable for even just looking for a quiet atmosphere in the pool sunbathing. The visitors liked the service the hotel staff were friendly. The hotel gardens were beautifully landscaped. However, having breakfast at the hotel called less variable alias-that's it. Even so the price of food at the hotel was relatively cheap and tastes good. Rates stay at this hotel from USD 500 thousand, if you book through hotel booking sites on the internet.
Good Homestay Pemuteran:
If you want to stay in a nice nan cheap, you can find this place. It is in the village of Pemuteran, District Gerokgak, Singaraja. The fares start from U.S. $ 200 thousand.Small hotel, but the service is good. Staff were friendly and helpful. Her room was clean, comfortable, livable even when you carry the baby. There is a small swimming pool.Because of its location rada 'remote', this place fits so inn for rest or seclusion.
Delicatessens Tut Adjustment:
The most famous food stalls and rice mix is belayag Bali. A kind of diamond that looks like a horn (trumpet). Served with a side dish of shredded chicken, beans mentik fried, smothered in
savory sauce of chicken broth taste. Thin coconut milk and spices mixed with grated coconut to make a more savory. Suited to be a breakfast before traveling. Food stalls can be found at Jalan Polo Natuna 1 Panarukan, Singaraja.
Warung Bambu Pemaron:
Where to eat this one can be found in the Pemaron, Buleleng, Singaraja. The German owners who use the Balinese rijsttafel. Originally, rijsttafel is a way of presenting the cuisines of Java and Sumatra. However, in this shop, presentation will be combined with Balinese tradition. This dish is another form of megibung more traditional. Sere most popular fish, chicken coriander, chilli Bongkot, eggs tingkih, pusuh curry, satay fish wrap, and uraban.
Rojak stall Bi Bonjol:
Want a spicy? Please come to the point Rujak Bi Bonjo in Jalan Surapati, High Village, Singaraja. Simple stall, but the cuisine is special. This shop is always full of visitors. To taste a delicious salad latticework, visitors willing to queue. Another favorite tipat santok, a kind of diamond with bean sprouts, tofu, and peanut sauce. Savory, delicious, and of course, spicy! (