Saturday, April 29, 2017

9 absolutely delightful things we did in Bali


Staring a travel plan can seem totally overwhelming, but if you're planning a trip to Bali then I can assure you it's worth a visit. Whether you're visiting for 1 or 2 days, I recommend fitting in as much as you can from my list as below: 

When we first started planning our trip to Bali, the image that popped out in my mind was the beautiful cliff and lush terraced rice field. Now that I've traveled there, the beaches really are as charming as they look. And everywhere, you'll find intricately craved temples. Bali has so much more to offer than you think!! So I put together a list of the top 9 things you must do in Bali. 


I fell in love with Bali on my first visit to Indonesia on 2016, it is a small beautiful island and it own the panorama and the unique culture. Don’t come to Bali if you’re looking for a city life, the island remain largely undeveloped, there are bars and beaches only where people come to relax. 



   1. Watch the sunset at Tanah Lot

There are thousands of incredible temples in Bali, it would be impossible for you to visit all of them. So I recommend you to visit one of the most popular religious attraction -Tanah Lot temple, famed for its unique offshore setting and scenary. ##Tip 1: Experience sunrise or sunset which are the best times to visit. And remember to watch your step as those rocks are surprisingly slippery.




2. Take a photo with the Stone Gate

Because the gate of heaven are so popular at Pura Lempuyang, to avoid the crowds I'll suggest you to go in the morning before sunrise. 



3. Visit the ancient temple at Uluwatu

By far the most impressive cliff I've seen in Bali, a top cliff with absolutely stunning views of the crashing waves below. As with most temples in Bali, for modesty reasons, visitors are required to wear a sarong before entering the temple and it is FOC where you can borrow at the entrance. 

##Tip 2: Here, you'll need to hold on closely to your belongings because there's a lot of 'pickpocket' monkeys. In that case happens, you'll have to bribe them with food to make the trade before they hand back your items. So be caution yay! 

  


4. Sip a cocktails at Potato Head Beach Club and Rock Bar

Potato head is divided to lounge and pool area.  We took a seat at the pool area facing the stunning beach front pool, with a minimum spending of 500,000 IDR. I’d really recommend you to make a reservation to avoid disappointment or long wait. Sometimes you might won’t be able to get a seat at the lounge if you are visiting during peak season.

##Tip 3: It’s best to go on 11am when they are about to open so you manage to get a sunbed if you are looking for a sunbreak. For an alternate plan, you may visit on 5-6pm to catch the sunset.







Rock Bar:






5. Explore Tegallalang Rice Terraces

Perfect instaspot and they're like giant paddy field stairs which making this place like a paradise! This gorgeous landscape needs to be on everyone's " Must visit list". Make you way up to the top, you'll be rewarded with the panoramic views all over Bali. 



6. Snorkelling & island hopping

Go for a snorkelling at Lusa Lembongan and you'll discover Bali's spectacular underwater world. Get a tour guide and here you are ready to go!

##Tip 4: Weather is unpredictable. Avoid snorkelling after rain, the water gets dirty and the sea surface might covered with trash. Also, it is very difficult for you to swim in a wavy conditions. Get advices from the professional guide operator before you go!





7. Taste the best food in Jimbaran

Jimbaran is a food paradise! Best known for seafood cuisine and offer unique experience to dine on the sand and to savor the Indonesian’s style seafood. However the price was quite expensive tho, a set of dinner costs roughly RM400+/- for 2 pax (4 pcs of prawns, 6 pcs of clamps, 1 lobsters, 1 crabs and 6 squids). 



  8.  Getting the locals to cook for your food

So we came up with a better idea, instead of doing the tourist typical thing, we decided to source for our own seafood and get a local chef to cook for us. Our driver from Indonesia he brought us to the market and we get a local chef to grill. We ate as much as we could, and a smart way to save your budget!

Where to go: Uluwatu market
How to get there: By the local driver
Cost: Rm 300++ for 4 PAX ONLY




9. Treat yourself to a luxury resorts

I am not saying you should spend one whole week in the luxury resort, but probably one night? You deserves it! Read my previous post how you spend only RM438 for 3 nights is Bali 

Monday, April 24, 2017

Nano Resvera: Healthy Red Wine


We’re all adults. We have problems, bad days and also times that we couldn’t get to sleep.  As someone who’s struggled with insomnia since April, I was looking for a better way to improve my sleep quality. And not to mention, it was extremely exhausting being an owl throughout the midnight, both psychically and mentally.  While everyone is sleeping, guess I was the only one who still stay awake on my bed, scrolling my phone, check out my newsfeed, and snapchatting with dog filter. loll.  I’ve been through a very hard time on April (some personal issue), and I get to sleep on 5am every night. That’s suck!

Until I chanced upon the opportunity to experience Nano Resvera by Nano Japan. At first I dint hold out much hope, but I’ve decided to give it a try.   It’s better than I reach out for sleep medication as most have side effects; some may be addictive. 


What is NANO Resvera: 
Nano Resvera is a premium product made of Pinot Noir grapes from the organic vineyards of Oregon, USA that is then flown to Japan for production. Using advance Japanese distillation technology, the grapes were fermented as how they would be in producing red wine, but bypassing the alcoholic production stage, therefore it is a 100% alcohol free and sugar-free red wine. 


The parcel reached 2 days before I went to BALI.  Everything inside is well packed with lots of bubble wrap and sealed with aluminium foil around the bottle ring. After unwrapping the box, I was impressed by the red wines bottle as it is beautifully presented in a sleek, corked classy bottle. I thought it would be nice if I bring it along to Bali. 

Here’s a picture of me with the red wines. LOL



It tastes exactly just like the actual red wines, except for the lighter colour. Let's check out the product benefits:
  • ·         Reduces cholesterol, high blood pressure
  • ·         Prevents heart diseases and stroke
  • ·         Accelerates fats burning
  • ·         Recover poor eyesight vision
  • ·       Anti-aging with powerful proven antioxidants

Seriously, though, is it true that Nano resvera can helps in fat reduction, to improve better sleep quality and anti-aging? According to the website, every glass of NANO RED WINE has health benefits equivalent to 7 glasses of actual red wine, therefore it can be enjoyed by all even children. The ingredients actually do contain natural polyphenol which is the anti-oxidant components of dark coloured grapes that found mostly on the skin and the pulps. It is generally agreed by scientist that the polyphenol content is directly proportional to the anti-oxidant activity of the grapes! :Pinot Noir has the most! So it stand to a reason that Nano Resvera is good for our health. 


It may just be me; I don’t like drinking alcohols during my trip as I don’t want to wake up hang over the next morning. This time I can drink as much as I want. I don’t have to worry about my friend getting me drunk. So far I’d say I really love this product as now I am getting a better night sleep. It is advised to drink 40-50ml after each meal, but there is no restriction it can be consumed at any time of the day as well. 


Now it's been a month after I consumed Nano Japan, it really helps to banish my dark under-eye circle and nourish my skin from the inside out. It might takes a few weeks for new skin to emerge up to the surface, so don't expect an overnight miracle :)
Nano Resvera


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