That is to encourage appropriate and sustainable tourism, one that reflects the strengths of the local culture, history and natural environment. The method to bring this about is to decentralize planning and decision making to the maximum extent possible.
Temples in District of Badung Uluwatu temple Uluwatu Temple is perched on a cliff of a rocky hill on the southernmost part of Bali. Balinese believe the shrine was the result of the metamorphosis of the God’s holy water. This temple was built and chosen by one of Hindu’s most respected priest, Danghyang Nirartha to unite with God Almighty, moksa. Uluwatu Temple is surrounded by trees and bushes occupied by tamed army of monkeys. Location: Uluwatu is about 30 km south of Denpasar, about one hour […]
Beaches in Badung district Kuta beach Description: Kuta is the center of entertainments and has become the favorite destination of multinational visitors. It has everything a tourist looks for i.e. white-sandy beach, rows of excellent bars and restaurants, discotheques, and entertainment spots for an enjoyable nightlife. Rows of kiosks selling souvenirs and everything a tourist need such as garments or latest CDs and cassettes are available along the main road with reasonable prices. Location: 11 km south of Denpasar. Kuta can be easily reached by public transport […]