This the "big city" which most tourists won't
visit -- but if you do you'll find large department
stores, art centers, museums and cheap market in Jl.
If you are not staying in Sanur you might still
want to visit. Modern and prosperous community
lives there, both locals and expatriates, but it is
also home of the magic or "sorcerer" community.
This is the big beach strip town that every
sea-side resort location in the world seems to have.
Right next door is Legian which is these days just a
continuation of the same town. Fund millions
of hotels, bars, restaurants and shops provide for
everything you can think of. This is also a
favoured spot amongst the many surfing visitors to
the island so you'll find surf shops, and lots of
surfer-boys and girls.
An ex fishing village that has in the last few
years been turned into sea-food-central.
Nothing much to do here except eat in one of the
many restaurants on the beach and watching the
planes land in the distance as you can see the
international airport from the beach. There is
a reef offshore so you get protection if you want to
swim, no big waves here. Excellent sunsets
An ultimate picture post card event -- the temple
out on the rocks.