Author: Endless Travel Journey

Malesti and Nyepi Day

On the second day of my Bali trip, I was at Ulun Danu Beratan Temple when this special purification named Malesti, the biggest purification ritual done by the Balinese Hindu people was performed. The temple is still open for the public to visit, so it has been a great opportunity for me to witness and observe how

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Bali

Paradise   Beach   Culture Bali is one of the top favorite destinations in the world for everyone including myself, surrounded itself with sandy beaches and a tropical climate all year round. Apart from its beautiful beaches, Bali has a richness of culture and history, which makes the island very distinctive than any part of this Muslim-majority country. More

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Labuan Bajo & Flores

Labuan Bajo is a fishing town located at the western end of Flores in the Nusa Tenggara region of eastern Indonesia. Its economy is highly depending on the tourism sector. A wide range of accommodations is available along or near the beaches. Fresh seafood can be found along the harbor market and the price is simply

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Airasia: The Best Budget Airline…For Real?

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly “AirAsia being the best low-cost airline” Seriously? Since 2008, AirAsia was won the awards for the ‘World’s Best Low-Cost Airline’ for over the past nine consecutive years at the Skytrax World Airline Awards. You can be surprised how this airline has beaten other low-cost carriers, such as Tiger Air, Jetstar

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Down South of Western Australia (Part 2)

Day Three Albany Before the early morning sunrise, we get to Mt. Clarence and walk up to the Memorial to the Desert Mounted Corps Exhibition. It was built near Princess Royal Fortress, the centre overlooking the actual harbour, as a remembrance of 41,000 men and women who departed the country and many of them sacrificed their lives for

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Down South of Western Australia (Part 1)

Time to take a break from doing all the trip planning and arrangement and now go on a tour in the southern part of Western Australia. After all, I am still going on a solo trip and all of my travel plans had been planned and pre-arranged, including meals, accommodation and places to visit. There

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