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22 September

3.9
12 PM

Schooled in the UK and later working as a professional model all over the world, the owner developed a taste for the unusual, the eclectic, the diverse, the traditional products produced by exquisite artisans. Toko Emporium is now supplying boutiques and department stores in Korea, Ibiza, St Tropez, Dubai, St Bart?¢¬Ä¬ôs, New Caledonia, Port Douglas, Hong Kong, Barbados, Paris, Japan, and Singapore and many many more!

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Bridges Bali Restaurant Ubud is another great location for you to check out in Ubud. One to add to your list of venues to visit in Ubud

23 September

5
12 PM

Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali, famous for its UNESCO-listed rice terraces, handicraft villages, and sacred temples. This private full-day tour takes in all the highlights, including a spectacular Barong dance show, a tour of a Luwak coffee plantation, a visit to the Monkey Forest, and the chance to shop for traditional arts and crafts. Experience the sights of Ubud on this private full day tour from your Bali accommodation. Your tour includes a private vehicle with driver and a full tank of fuel.

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12 PM

The bonfires are fired up daily from sunset. Relax in a beanbag around the fire, toast marshmallows and make your own s'mores. The perfect end to a sunfilled day. They fire up the beach bonfires daily at sunset. Grab a complimentary beanbag and toast some marshmallows. Is there a better way to end the day?

24 September

  • Ubud
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4
12 PM

This tour will last for about 8h30, and let you a large timeframe to enjoy sides of Bali that are not commonly showed on the pictures. You will start your day at 5:30 a.m. to be sure to catch the perfect sunrise light over Mount. Agung and its rice-fields. You will then get to visit ancient temples and markets, rural traditional Balinese life or even get the opportunity to attend Balinese ceremonies.Your photographer is well connected, and is aware of where ceremonies take place every day. However, it cannot be guaranteed as they are not ceremonies every day. The tour finishes at 2:00 p.m.Your photographer David has lived in Indonesia for 8 years. He is the author of three cultural photography books and regularly holds…