It has become a regular agenda for the couple Meier Dietur and Ursula to spend holiday to Bali. They are two of the many repeaters who stay at Bali Tropic Hotel. When Bali Travel News met them amid the relaxing time, their faces looked happy while narrating their experience during vacations in Bali.
Vacation to Bali, said Ursula, was the most pleasant moment they had planned every two years. “Their first coming to Bali was in 2000. Now, it is the sixth time for us to spend holidays from November 21 to December 21. When visiting Bali, we always stay at Bali Tropic Hotel,” said the German traveler.
Ursula told that she was never tired of being a repeater at the hotel. Aside from being spacious, beautiful and cool, the hotel also intensely applied the concept highlighting the feel of Bali. “Here, I like to see the architecture of rooms with traditional Balinese paintings and carvings. I especially like the venue and restaurant directly overlooking the white sandy beach,” she said. The hotel, said Ursula, had friendly staff that always said hello and served them very well. Not only that, she also liked the food served. “I love Indonesian food such as roasted suckling pig, beef delicacy and other Balinese food,” she said.
In addition to food, continued her husband, Dieter Meier, they had visited many tourist attractions such as Tanah Lot, Lovina Beach, Ubud, Kuta, Sanur, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Besakih. “We also had a trip to Kintamani to see the view of Lake Batur and Mount Batur. The view was beautiful and we have immortalized some moments through photo shooting,” he explained.
According to him, the most unique place was Tanah Lot. “Only in Bali I can see the temple on the rock surrounded by ocean waves. For the accommodation, I chose the hotel in Nusa Dua area because the place is quiet, not crowded and suitable for relaxing while enjoying the view of the beach. While Kuta, I think it appropriate for the youth because of its many malls, entertainment, music, dance and night clubs,” he said.
Meier added that they would not forget any memorable moments in Bali like watching a Balinese dance, Legong, Barong and Hanuman. Moreover, he loved the hospitality and courtesy extended by local communities. “We’ll be back to home before December 25 and will celebrate Christmas in Germany. When coming here again, we will book the same room. So, I’ve considered Bali Tropic my second home and do not want to move to another hotel,” he explained. (BTN/Ocha)
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