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 The Enchantment of The Blooms Garden, a 4.5 Hectare Flower Garden in Bali

Bali is known to have many tourist attractions, one of which is The Blooms Garden. This 4.5-hectare flower garden is located in the Central Bali area, precisely in Banjar Batusesa, Candikuning Village, Baturiti District, Tabanan Regency, Bali. As for the concept, the tourist attractions that opened in 2019 have a mix of Indonesian flowers and flowers from other Southeast Asian regions

As the name implies, The Blooms Garden Bali has various types of flowers that visitors can enjoy. Reporting from the official website, there are about 10 types of flowers scattered in several garden areas, including the Oval Garden, Dewi Danu Park (The Goddess of The Lake), Merak Park, Dutch Garden, and Love Park. Each garden also has its uniqueness. separately. For example, in Dewi Danu Park there is a statue of Dewi Danu as a symbol of fertility as well as the main mascot of The Blooms Garden. There is also a Love Garden which is said to have a romantic atmosphere thanks to the Balinea Begonia plant. The red color of the plant symbolizes warmth and love. In addition to flower gardens or Instagramable photo spots, there is also a coffee garden that you can visit. If you are satisfied with taking pictures, visitors can try various interesting activities and rides provided, such as riding a bicycle, trekking, ATV to the forest, outbound, and many more.

Opening hours and tickets for The Blooms Garden Bali The Blooms Garden is open every Monday to Sunday, 09.00 - 17.00 WITA. Launching from the official website, the latest ticket prices to The Blooms Garden Bali in December 2021 start from IDR 20,000 for domestic tourists (wisnus), IDR 40,000 for foreign tourists, and IDR 10,000 for children. The Blooms Garden is said to be close to The Sila's Agrotourism, the Bali Botanical Gardens, and Lake Beratan.

 Hidden Beach Tourist Attractions in Bali, Beautiful and Quiet

The Island of the Gods is famous for its beautiful beaches which are favored not only by domestic tourists (wisnus), but also foreign tourists (tourists). In addition to offering natural views, beaches in Bali also offer several interesting water tourism activities.

Some famous beaches such as Kuta Beach or Jimbaran Beach are often visited by tourists to Bali. However, if you want to enjoy beach views in peace, here is a list of  hidden beach tourism options in Bali that 

1. Green Bowl Beach, Badung Regency Generally, the beach is synonymous with panoramic views of the open sea and fine white sand. However, it is different with Green Bowl Beach. The beach, which is located in Ungasan, South Kuta, has a reef with a cave full of bats in it. Not only that, the atmosphere is quite quiet because Green Bowl Beach is not well known to most tourists. The name of the beach is pinned because of its bowl-like shape at low tide. The beach is also surrounded by many green corals covered by moss. To visit there, you have to go down more than 300 steps first. Besides being able to relax and explore coral caves, tourists can also surf because Green Bowl Beach has big waves.

 2. Nyang Nyang Beach, Badung Regency Located in Pecatu Village, Badung Regency, this beach was named by CNN International Travel as one of the best beaches in the world in 2018. The golden yellow sandy coastline makes the beach look unique. In addition, Nyang Nyang Beach also has cliffs filled with greenery. The beach, which is located near Uluwatu Temple, offers views of the high rolling waves. The surfers' beaches are directly opposite the Indian Ocean. Several activities can be done by tourists at Nyang Nyang Beach such as sunbathing, playing in the sand, camping, or paragliding from the Bukit Peninsula.

3. Bias Tugel Beach, Karangasem Regency Bias Tugel Beach, also known as White Sand Beach, is located in Padangbai Village, Karangasem Regency. Before enjoying the beauty of the beach, you have to go down quite steep stairs. Even so, the worry will immediately disappear when you arrive at the beach area. Because, you will immediately be greeted by white sand that looks very contrasting with the blue seawater, as well as views of large rocks flanking the beach. Shifting slightly to the left side of the beach, visitors will see a small lagoon surrounded by coral rocks. You can swim and soak there. However, if the seawater is high, tourists are advised not to swim because they can be carried away by the waves. Some other activities that can be done while at Bias Tugel Beach are swimming and surfing on the beach, seeing the "fountain" phenomenon on the right side of the beach, and snorkeling. The phenomenon known as water blow is caused by seawater hitting the coral.

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