Canggu is a coastal village and 10 km beach on the south coast of Bali, Indonesia. It lies approximately 10 kilometers north of the hustle and bustle of Kuta and present a much more relaxing atmosphere of dining, cultural and beach activities. The main Canggu streets are Jalan Batu Bolong, Jalan Padang Linjong, Jalan Batu Mejan and Jalan Tanah Barak. Along Jalan Batu Bolong you find the temple of the dead, Pura Merajapati, and the Pipitan Cemetery. Along the beach there are two main temples, Pura Batu Bolong and Pura Batu Mejan, which are both hundreds of years old and were initiated for building by Dang Hyang Niratha.
Villa in Canggu area, Bali For Sale
3 bedroom Villa in Canggu area
– IDR 3.800.000.000
– 300 sqm
– Canggu Berawa
– A two floor building with 3 bedrooms | 2 bedroom upstairs | 1 bedroom down stairs Facing South
– 4 units aircon
– 3 bathrooms
– Kitchen Equipped
– Hot Water
– Swimming Pool
– Water pump
– Water tower
– Close Living room
– Electric 5500 watt
– Satelitte TV
– Storage room
– Outdoor shower
– Fish pond
– Internet broadband
Kerobokan is a town in the Badung Regency of Bali, Indonesia. It is boxed in by Seminyak/Oberoi, Umalas/Canggu and Denpasar regions. Near the main intersection (named Lio Square), there is a night market selling local foods and other products.
Langkawi, despite a less popular beach holiday destination compared to Phuket, Krabi, Koh Samui and Bali, it is a pure escape out of city’s hubbub given that Langkawi is free of traffic jams, congestion, but only rows and rows of greens and nature beauty. So if you decide on a beach getaway with lots of nightlife, go to Phuket or even Samui.
Langkawi is far more on clean and pure relaxation.
Its beaches are clean with soft white sand, but true bliss really shines are the cherished absence of continual beach hawkers who’ll bother and trouble your moment of zen with merchandise, including bracelets, fake tattoos, beach hats, beer, hair-braiding services and massages.
You will get to enjoy tranquility while watching the ever-changing sunsets over the Andaman sea.
Pantai Tengah and the adjoining Pantai Cenang are the two key beaches on Langkawi. They are relatively touristy, even though the beach at Pantai Tengah is more tranquil. Pantai Tengah fits everything we desire well, with plenty of shops and restaurants near the hotel; while Pantai Cenang has an array of bars and eateries around the beach, a pleasant way to spend an lovely evening. You will enjoy sunset drinks, watching water sport and take few sunset photos!
Pantai Cenang (Cenang Beach) is famous for its sunset, long white-sandy beach, clear blue waters, restaurants and bars, high-end resorts, inexpensive hotels as well as the many fun water activities that make it the liveliest of all Langkawi beaches. As the island’s most developed beach, there are nearby islands, such as Purau Rebak Kecil and Purau Rebak Besar, where tourists can go off island-hopping.
Besides, there are two popular tourist attractions nearby, the Laman Padi Rice Garden and Underwater World. Pantai Cenang is 25 km west of Kuah, the island’s capital and center of commerce.
Pantai Tengah (Tengah Beach) is popular for its clear blue water, a great choice for sisightseeing and photo-shooting, but not really for swimming due to crowded jellyfish. The beachfront is packed with cheap and high-end resorts, hotels and restaurants, the most famous of which is the open-air Lighthouse Restaurant and Beach Bar. Tengah is just 500 meters from Cenang Beach.
Hypnotic Kuala Lumpur – Our metropolis as you’ve never seen her before.
This 5-month long labour of love by time lapse photographer Rob Whitworth highlights the beauty and bustle of Malaysia’s dazzling capital.
Kuala Lumpur Time Lapse: super-modern buildings juxtaposed with various cultural enclaves and with a little of Asia’s chaos thrown in. My time lapse explores how the city changes from day to night highlighting how spaces dramatically alter during the course of a few hours.
5 months. 400 hours of solid work. 4 cameras. 40 shoots. 640 gigabytes of file space. 19,997 photographs.
That’s how much work architectural photographer Rob Whitworth put in to create his dazzling 2 minute 36 second time lapse video of Kuala Lumpur.
When asked why he chose to create a time lapse video of Malaysia’s largest metropolis, Whitworth’s response is that Kuala Lumpur fascinates him.
“It’s hard not to be blown away by the Petronas Twin Towers. At night they are just beautiful. The towers, together with the monorail, give the city an almost science fiction feel.
“I was fascinated by the city’s mixture of super-modern buildings existing alongside its varied cultural enclaves and with a little of Asia’s chaos thrown in,”he tells Yahoo! Malaysia.
Whitworth, who works out of Singapore, says time lapse has always interested him. He recalls one of his first high school projects, which was to document the passing of time by photographing flowers and fruit in their prime and revisiting them a few weeks later.
“I was intrigued at how many things constantly go on all around us which pass by largely unnoticed. Time lapse provides a great way to use a camera to show the world as we cannot see it,” he says.
His love affair with time lapse videos has won him critical acclaim. A recent video of Ho Chi Minh City posted online went viral and garnered 1.5 million views. That same video also won the Jury Award at the recent EcoKnights KL Eco Film Festival.
Whitworth says he was drawn to the idea of exploring how Kuala Lumpur changes from day to night when he began his project here.
“I was walking down Jalan Alor shortly after arriving in KL. It struck me how much the street changed and transformed during the course of the day.
“I liked the idea of exploring how the city changes from day to night, how spaces dramatically change during the course of a few hours. This developed into one of the themes shown in the video of scenes switching from day to night,” he says.
But enough talk. Here’s Whitworth’s tribute to Malaysia’s modern marvel. Watch it for yourself and bask in the city’s radiance.
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