Holiday Accommodation in Seraya Barat (1)
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Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands. In the eastern part of Bali, a peaceful village by the name of Seraya Barat exists. This place is a nearly meditative escapade for all those in search for the state of nirvana, and that too splashed with ample opportunities for adventure. A complete family getaway, Seraya Barat offers magnificent views and the aura of peace that enables a state of positive well-being. This place is the core of Indonesia, offering you the perfect cultural experience clubbed with the most authentic cuisine, all the necessary ingredients of a memorable holiday.
Seraya Barat gives you the opportunity to enjoy bounties personally crafted by God. Containing the world’s most beautiful and empty beaches, the whole of Bali is a divine experience. The unspoiled, clean white sand beaches offer relaxation by the water. Speaking of water, these beaches have a bunch of watersports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and windsurfing. It is all up to you - to laze around the beach, take a long walk with some refreshing drinks or indulge in some exciting water sports!
If the relaxation has still not set in, visit the village’s local dance group that comprises the talented young folks who perform for locals and visitors alike. Watch them perform some complex dance moves, or better still - take pointers from them and merge in the local culture.
Once you have rested your limbs and mind alike and wish to see the village, exit the cocoon of your Seraya Barat holiday rental bungalow and peep out nearby. The small town of Amlapura, which has been recognized as the cleanest small city, is just a 5 minute journey. Amlapura boasts of some of the finest architecture in Bali. Let your creativity wander as you imagine the enchanting stories behind these personified versions of fine art.
Reach the center of Amlapura and explore The Puri Agung Karangasem, known as the Karangasem Palace. Built in the 19th century, it has three different architectural styles that possess rare intricate carvings and the beautiful murals that highlight the age long historical culture of Bali.
The island of Bali plays host to a tropical climate that ensures stability in temperature around the year. The months from April to November experience a dry reason with the average temperature settling around 26 degrees and the maximum reaching up to 33 degrees, tops. December to March is the season of moderate rain and thus remains a wet season.
Arrive and kick-start your journey at Denpasar International Airport (DPS) which is an hour away from the village. The destination does not accommodate direct flights but there are several air bus operators such as Qantas Airways, KLM, British Airways, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines that offer inexpensive flights reaching here. Passengers can depart from a range of United Kingdom UK airports such Edinburgh (EDI), Manchester (MAN), Birmingham (BHX), London Gatwick (LGW) and Heathrow (LHR).