These travelers from Sidney, Australia, have been choosing Griya Santrian for 35 times as their accommodation in Bali. They averagely stay for two weeks. Even, until their fourth generations are still loyal to choose the hotel. They are Adriamus and Suzanne Van Der Mast. According to Adriamus, Griya Santrian offered friendly services where the entire hotel staff was courteous and helpful. He considered they had been cared for like a family. “The hotel is like a second home for me and my wife, Suzanne. Likewise, my family having stayed here also got similar experience,” he said.
Mr. Shane is a traveler from Adelaide, Australia spending his holiday in Bali. On the occasion, this repeater guest of Legian Paradiso Hotel was very happy to share his experience with Bali Travel News. His visit to Bali actually was not the first time. Previously, he had spent his holidays on this paradise island. It can be said that spending holidays in Bali was a routine agenda and became his main destination.
“Quite tasty” and “lots of different types” were some of the comments given by a travelers named Lyila from New Zealand while she visits the Seventh Denpasar Festival (Denfest), Monday (Dec 29). She and her partner chose to try some typical Balinese foods that had been prepared to accommodate international tastes. “We have tried several dishes on offer at the Denfest, one of which is the Jinggo rice,” she said.
An impressive comment was given by Michael Young Pert and Matthew William for Kubu Anyar Hotel. These foreign travelers from Perth and England had been staying for six days at the hotel newly inaugurated last November. Both were delighted to enjoy the facilities ranging from elegant room, swimming pool and restaurant. Michael said that he particularly enjoyed the end of the New Year for a vacation in Kuta and the surrounding areas. “Of course, this is a fun holiday with friends. We never get tired when spending holidays in Bali,” he said.
My name is Anders Kongstad from Aarhus, Denmark. My job is a journalist. It was a very nice opportunity in which I could visit Bali for the second time. Bali gave memorable story for me as a traveler. My first time came to here, was a regular holiday on April 2014. While my second visited, was last month, exactly on November 2014 during the WAN-IFRA World Young Reader Summit in Nusa Dua.
Bali is never bored. The reason I love Bali because of many things. First I love the Balinese culture. It is very exotic compared to the Danish culture and I especially enjoy all the dancing rituals. For example, when the WAN-IFRA event, I and other delegates had a chance to visit Bali TV, one of the company of Bali Post Group.
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