I am Balinese and spending almost my entire life living in the paradise. In between, I got a chance to see a bit part of the world by moving to the Middle East for almost 2 years. During my stay in Doha, I realized every time I meet new people, they are always excited to know that I am from Bali and keep asking me suggestion what to do and where to go. I decided to turn back to this Lovely Island as basically, I have tourism background. I love to engage with people and share my experience to give them an unforgettable holiday.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Indonesia is the place that I specializeinand I am always excited to do cycling in Gili island, snorkeling in Nusa Lembongan and walking the pathway at Bukit Tjampuhan Ubud. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"When I was having my first own holiday to Gili Meno back on 2015, I started to believe that in life, traveling is essential. By traveling, you meet, learn and adapt something new whether it's within your island, country or abroad."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I remember when I was traveling for the first time to Nusa Lembongan, Bali – a smaller part of Klungkung regency which is separated from the mainland (Bali). I was amazed by the crystal clear water from all the beaches that they have. I did snorkeling and I was able to see beautiful corals, fishes, and even Manta! One of the wonderful experiences I won’t forget."
Featured trips & expertise
Spend eight days amid the sweeping Tongokan roofs of South Sulawesi with this itinerary. You'll spend most of your time in Tana Toraja, an area known for maintaining many of its historic traditions amidst a backdrop of rice terraces, limestone cliffs, bamboo groves, and mountains. Then make your way south to the floating villages of Lake Tempe and beaches of Bira before you depart.
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