Many travellers aren’t aware that there are actually three smaller islands located off the coast of Bali that are in fact extensions of this popular holiday destination. Nusa Lembongan is just a 45 minute journey across the Badung Strait by fast boat. It is encompassed by coral reefs brimming with marine life making it a favourite spot for diving and snorkelling.
Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelago. It encompasses more than 17,000 different islands that are home to approximately 300 ethnic groups. As a result, the nation’s food culture is both vibrant and diverse.
Back in March 2016, Kayumanis Group hosted Melissa Rimac, senior contributor for a number of publications in Sydney, Australia, to come and stay as a guest blogger.
Even though Bali is a relatively small island, it offers travellers lots of fabulous experiences. A visit to Uluwatu Temple at sunset is not to be missed.