Covid-19 really put a spanner those dreaming to travel abroad!
If you are passionate about travelling, Covid has definitely had a huge impact on you! With global travel restrictions going on, the pandemic has forced a rethink about how and where. Those who used to find flights at the click of a button, now face travel restrictions and often, costly periods in hotel quarantine.
The good news is Bali has more than enough places mimicking iconic destinations all over the world. Check out our list below.
Badung River Vs Cheonggyecheon River – South Korea
Kumbasari art market and Badung traditional market is connected with one big bridge and 2 small bridges that lie crossing those two locations. Under these bridges lies down Tukad Badung (Badung River), which has been renovated into a riverwalk with Korean style design.
Taman Jinja Bali Vs Fushimi Inari Taisha – Japan
Located in Karangasem, this park is mixing the beautiful natural charm of Karangasem with a man-made garden design. Here, visitors will be taken on a tour to Japan, thanks to the existence of the gate in the Shinto shrine. The bright red colour, and its shape which is a parallel bar supported by two vertical plates, will make you feel like you are at Fushimi Inari Taisha!
Hidden Canyon Beji Guwang Vs Grand Canyon – USA
This spot In Gianyar is quite popular before the pandemic. This hidden canyon is formed naturally by the flow of the river so that the shape looks attractive and exotic. It is extremely instagenic. Some spots are pretty close to the Grand Canyon in the States.
Taman Nasional Bali Barat Vs Serengeti National Park – Tanzania
The West Bali National Park covers approximately 3% of Bali’s total land area. It includes open savannahs, dense rainforests, mangrove swamps, coral reefs, and Pulau Menjangan (‘Deer Island’). The island is home to the Javan rusa deer (Cervus timorensis) and regularly attracts divers to its coral reefs. Visiting here can bring back memories of Serengeti National Park in Tanzania (for those who’ve been there, of course).
Pinggan Village Vs Greta Valley – New Zealand
In Kintamani, this village is a unique sight. This is the most beautiful spot in Bali to watch the sunrise. As the sun rises, the sky turns orange and the thick blanket of mist slowly dissolves revealing a quaint little village ready to start the day. Stunning! When you are standing at the top of the hill, for a split second, the village below can transform you into the native bush on a historic Greta Valley sheep farm in pure New Zealand