50 More Breathtaking 3d Street Art (paintings)

3d Street Art paintings have been around since the sixteenth century when Italian Renaissance Madonnari and French trompe l’oeil (French for ‘deceive the eye’) painters created stunning murals to decorate the interior walls of luxurious villas. 3d art can also trace it’s routes further back to ancient Greek days when painter Zeuxius (born around 464BC) painted a still life painting so convincing that birds flew down from the sky to peck at the painted grapes. The magic of 3d is created by painting a 2d picture and viewing it from a specific angle to capture the right perspective.

In the twenty first century 3d street art has become incredibly popular, fueled by the internet’s capability to distribute photographs around the world at lightning speed and the use of the art by Brands to create innovative and talked about subtle advertising. 3d Street Artist’s have become famous for producing breathtaking design’s and in this article we are going to feature some of their latest and most awe-inspiring pictures.

Duality – Second of three ‘cave’ projects. Moscow, Russia.

Star Mild. Bandung Indonesia.

Street Advertising Services (SAS)

Shelterbox. London, England.

Dolphin. London, England.

Swans. London, England.

TV Tiger, Berlin, Germany.

Max Rules! Abu dhabi, UAE.

Celebrating the release of Jamie Cullum’s new album. London, England.

Brandon Trust bridge. Bristol, England.

Jameson’s Cult Film Club. Liverpool, England.

Jameson’s Cult Film Club. Manchester, England.

A4e Road Trip. Wolverhampton, England.

Unilever, Magnum Ice Cream. Essex, England.

Ikea. London, England.

English Heritage. Newcastle, England.

Ropey bridge. London, England.



. London, England.

London this way. Bath, England.

Put the Kettle on. London, England.

Dirty Sewer. Manchester, England.

Manfred Stader

Swimming Pool. Lodz, Poland.

Jinro, a Korean drink. Seoul, Korea.


Ericsson. Vilnius, Lithiuania.

Lincoln Mercury TV advert. Los Angeles, USA.


Convention – Need for Speed. Leipzig, Germany.

Created for Green Week. Brussels, Belgium.

BMW. Berlin, Germany.

Awareness for Maritime Week. Brussels, Belgium.

Anti-AIDS campaign. Oslo, Norway.

Waterfall in airport. Amsterdam, Netherland.

Julian Beever

Crab Catching. London, England.

Santa Claus. London, England.

Two Worlds.

Accident Railway Station. Zurich, Switzerland.

Accident Building site. Vienna, Austria.

Slate Whiskey. Glasgow, England.

Portable Computer. London, England.

Bank. London, England.

Rescue- Fireman is climbing down into the real world. London, England.

Ballantines. Montevideo, Uruguay.

Beneath every street. London, England.

Coke. London, England.

Tracy Lee Stum

Cliffs of Curacao. Curacao.

Really hot Asphalt. Florida, USA.

Mousetrap. Florida, USA.

F1 Car at the Singapore Grand Prix. Singapore.

Caution Steep Grade E3 Expo. Los Angeles, USA.

National Train Day. California, USA.

Lions Gate. China.

Source: http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/more-breathtaking-3d-street-art-paintings/

10 Best Places to Visit in Australia

Located between the Pacific and Indian Oceans, Australia is the world’s largest island and its smallest continent. There’s room to move in the Land Down Under, and with so many sights to discover and enjoy, there’s a great incentive to go on a walkabout adventure. Whether exploring the traditional lifestyle of the nation’s Aboriginal people, relaxing on a sun-kissed beach or reveling the night away in a city hot spot, Australia has something special to offer every visitor. An overview of the best places to visit in Australia:


The capital of South Australia, Adelaide is Australia’s fifth largest city, with a population of over 1.2 million. More than three quarters of South Australians live in the Adelaide metropolitan area. The city is located on a plain between the rolling Adelaide Hills and the Gulf St Vincent and is bordered by many of Australia’s famous wine regions. Historically known as the City of Churches much of the architecture in the inner city is retained from the colonial era.

Read more: Adelaide Guide

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Hugging the coastline of Northern Territory, Darwin has long been the most international of the country’s major cities. Its close proximity to other countries in the Indian Ocean has made the city a transportation hub since its earliest days. Devastated during WW II, Darwin is a resilient town with a spirit that can’t be defeated. Today, the city of around 75,000 people is a popular holiday destination.

Read more: Darwin Guide


Hobart is the capital city of the Australian island of Tasmania, as well as Australia’s second oldest city after Sydney. With a population of about 250,000 Hobart is small and intimate compared to larger mainland Australian cities, reflecting the small size of the state. There are many fine examples of Georgian and Victorian architecture in Hobart, such as Salamanca Place, which has a terrace of warehouses dating back to the whaling days of the 1830s. It has a mild temperate oceanic climate, with four distinct seasons.


Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland. It has a population of about 2 million people, making it the third-largest city in Australia, after Sydney and Melbourne. Brisbane’s year-round warm climate, spectacular scenery and pleasant locals have been the draw-cards for many domestic and international visitors, making Brisbane the fastest-growing city in Australia.

Read more: Brisbane Guide


Located on Australia’s southwestern coastline, Perth is the country’s fourth-largest city and the capital of Western Australia. Isolated from other major cities in Australia, Perth has developed its own unique character. Although the area has been inhabited for thousands of years, there’s a youthful atmosphere and a fun-loving attitude in this city of nearly two million people.


The capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is Australia’s second most populated city. Located near the southeastern tip of Australia on the large natural bay of Port Phillip, Melbourne is considered the nation’s cultural capital as well as an important port. A well-planned city known for its shopping, fine restaurants and sports venues, Melbourne is the ideal destination for travelers who appreciate the good life.

Read more: Melbourne Guide


For its tropical climate, easy-going ambiance and close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is one of Australia’s most popular


destinations. Located on the northwest corner of Australia, Cairns is a provincial but stylish city with a population of around 150,000 people. Few coastal destinations feature more wildlife diversity and more opportunities for travel adventures than pretty Cairns.

Read more: Cairns Guide

3Alice Springs
Alice Springs

Located in the heart of Australia about 1500 km (900 miles) from the nearest major city, Alice Springs is comprised of cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities and a charming pioneering history. It embodies the hardy outback of the Red Centre, and is a travel hub for sights and hikes in the region, such as Uluru/Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Kings Canyon. Since the start of the tourist boom in the early eighties, the population has substantially grown to about 28,000.

2Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

One of the top destinations for underwater explorers and scuba divers, the Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest barrier reef system. Located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Australia’s state of Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef encompasses a huge area of more than 2,900 coral reefs and hundreds of islands and cays. Formed by millions of living organisms over a period of millions of years, the Reef is now one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world and of the best places to visit in Australia.

Read more: Great Barrier Reef Guide

#1 of Best Places To Visit In Australia

Located on Australia’s southeastern coast, Sydney is the capital of New South Wales. A modern city with a long history, Sydney is defined by its scenic harbor. The region’s first inhabitants lived along the harbor’s bank for thousands of years. The harbor was also the landing site for convicts sent to Australia during the 1780s. Today, ferries take visitors for cruises under the famed Sydney Harbor Bridge and past the iconic Sydney Opera House.

Source: http://www.touropia.com/best-places-to-visit-in-australia/

The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World

A tree growing through an abandoned piano

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Overgrown palace, Poland

In 1910, this grand palace was built as a home for Polish Royalty. The rest of the century proved uncertain for the country and under communist rule the palace became an agricultural school, as well as a home for mentally handicapped adults and children. The former palace was deserted following the fall of the USSR.



Jet Star Rollercoaster, Seaside Heights, New Jersey

The Jet Star Rollercoaster was left submerged in the Atlantic Ocean after Superstorm Sandy in 2013. It stood rusting for six months, until it was plucked from the sea.


An abandoned church with a few lingering parishioners, Netherlands

Movie theater in Detroit, Michigan

With Detroit’s decline, many of its historic buildings have fallen into disuse. This movie theater is both a fascinating and sad example.

Mare Island Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, California

The Mare Island Naval Shipyard acted as a submarine port during both of the World Wars. In the 1990s, the building was abandoned and flooding has since created an amazing mirror effect.

The titanic took its first and last voyage in April, 1912. It was not until 73 years later that the decaying wreck of what was once the greatest ship in the world was discovered. The 1,500 souls lost with the vessel had been devoured by sea life, leaving behind a ghost ship.


Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture, France

The “little belt railway” was a circular railway system built in 1852 to supply Paris’ fortifications. When the city outgew its defenses in 1934, the railway system was also left to run wild.


Spreepark, Berlin, Germany

Spreepark, opened in 1969, was the only amusement park in East Berlin during Soviet rule. When the wall fell, bigger and better parks opened, leading to Spreeparks closure in 2001.


Island Home, Finland

Chris McCandless’ magic bus, Stampede Trail, Alaska

Bus 142 was left behind by the workers who built the railway at Stampede Trail. Christopher McCandless, an American hitchhiker whose story was told through the movie “Into The Wild, lived and died in what he referred to as the “magic bus” during the summer of 1992.


Turquoise Canal, Venice, Italy.

Just like any other city, areas of Venice are boarded up and abandoned.


Staircase to nowhere, Pismo Beach, California

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Once giving access to the beach, the walkway that connected this staircase to the bluffs has long since rotted away.


Nara Dreamland was built in 1961 after Disneyland took the world by storm. The entrance to the park was almost identical to Disneyland and included its own version of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle. The park closed in 2006 because of low visitor numbers.


Abandoned mining track, Taiwan

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Bare footprints in an abandoned nuclear reactor

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Boathouse, Obersee Lake, Germany

Methodist church, Gary, Indiana

Gary, Indiana, was founded in 1905 during the boom of US steel. During the 1950s, more than 200,000 people worked in the bustling city. As the manufacturing sector declined, nearly half of the city fell into disuse.

Soviet naval testing station in Makhachkala, Russia

Church steeple peeking out of a frozen lake, Reschen, Italy

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Lake Reschen is an artifical reservoir which submerged several villages and a 14th century church.

Glenwood power station, New York

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The Glenwood Power Station, built in 1906, has long been obsolete. After closing in 1968, the sight was used as a backdrop for creepy thrillers and zombie movies.

Car graveyard, Ardennes, Belgium

Many American soldiers based on the Western front during World War 2 purchased cars for personal use. When the war ended, they proved too expensive to ship home and many were left abandoned in this eerie graveyard.


Driverless bumper cars, Chernobyl, Ukraine

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The city of Chernobyl was totally abandoned after the nearby nuclear disaster in 1986. Due to radiation, it has been left untouched ever since the incident and will be for many thousands of years into the future. Nature now rules the city in what resembles an apocalyptic movie.

Abandoned Sanatorium. Berlin, Germany

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Best adventure travel for 2014

Mountain biking, Avoriaz, France

Avoriaz is one of 12 interconnected resorts in the Portes du Soleil region of the French Alps, where man-made bike trails and alpine tracks create a spectacular playground for mountain bikers. The area, which includes Les Gets and Morzine, opens 25 ski lifts during the summer for riders who’d rather earn their thrills the easy way. There are more than 650km of trails in Portes du Soleil, ranging from mellow to OMG. At the end of June the Pass’Portes du Soleil mountain bike festival sees 4000 bikers descend on the region for a 75km race that is mostly downhill. The gondolas close to bikers in September, then the skiers get their turn.

The Rustine School (www.rustine.fr) offers two-wheeled tuition to children and adults. Bikes and full-face helmets are provided.Two-wheeling through the green valleys of the Portes du Soleil in France. Image by Ilan Shacham / Flickr / Getty Images.

Two-wheeling through the green valleys of the Portes du Soleil in France. Image by Ilan Shacham / Flickr / Getty Images.

Sailing, Cape Horn, Chile

 Dientes de Navarino Mountains in Chile by Dimitry B. CC BY 2.0.

Dientes de Navarino Mountains in Chile by Dimitry B. CC BY 2.0.

Tall ships may look like they’ve sailed straight out of a classic oil painting, but you don’t need to set your DeLorean to 1870 to navigate the stormy seas in one – but you should be prepared to get stuck in on deck, and climbing the rigging is especially encouraged. The Auckland-to-Falklands route around Cape Horn is one of the gnarliest shipping channels on the planet, and you’ll rack up 5400 nautical miles among some of the world’s biggest waves.

You need some crewing experience for Classic Sailing’s Cape Horn trip (www.classicsailing.co.uk), though they organise shorter voyages for those with none.

Ice Marathon, Antarctica

Antarctica's Lemaire channel at first light. Image by Ralf Hettler / E+ / Getty Images.

Antarctica’s Lemaire channel at first light. Image by Ralf Hettler / E+ / Getty Images.

Sidestep marathon-sponsorship inbox fatigue by doing a race so unusual that your friends will have no choice but to sit up and take notice. The annual Ice Marathon takes place in temperatures of -20°C, though the brutal wind chill whipping round your chops can make it feel another 20 degrees below that. It’s an environment so hostile even penguins won’t call it home. Yet to marathon in this frosted world you don’t actually need prior experience of running in extreme cold. You do need to follow advice on what to wear as if your life depends on it, as it probably does.

The 2014 Ice Marathon (www.icemarathon.com) is set for 19 to 23 November but the dates depend on the weather.

Swimming, Sporades Isles, Greece

 Boating in the Sporades by Anca Pandrea. CC BY 2.0.

Boating in the Sporades by Anca Pandrea. CC BY 2.0.

You don’t have to watch The Beach to figure out that swimming from one island to another is a pretty magical way to arrive at your holiday destination. In this tour of a super-quiet stretch of the Aegean Sea you get to do that every day, Greek island–hopping stroke by stroke without the bother of carrying your kit, which will follow behind in the support boat. You’ll be sharing the craggy coastlines of the Sporades archipelago and its protected turquoise waters with dolphins, seals and scientists, as the area is part of Europe’s largest natural marine park.

Swim Trek (www.swimtrek.com) runs trips in June and July with average daily swims of 5km. Video analysis is on offer to help hone your stroke technique.

Climbing Mount Baker on snowboard or skis, Washington, USA

Climbing the upper slopes of Mount Baker in Washington State. Image by Cliff Leight / Aurora / Getty Images.

Climbing the upper slopes of Mount Baker in Washington State. Image by Cliff Leight / Aurora / Getty Images.

Scaling a summit, though always impressive, is a lot more fun if you plan to reward yourself with a hefty dose of adrenaline on the way down, rather than an energy depleted trudge back to base. It’s also a lot easier and faster to climb using skis instead of feet and now snowboarders can join the party by using splitboards. The peak of Mount Baker is 3285m and on the ascent, which includes glacial terrain, you’ll have stunning panoramic Alpine views plus the sight of the San Juan Islands and Washington’s inland waters to distract you from your toil.

The American Alpine Institute (www.alpineinstitute.com) runs three-day trips in May and June; you’ll need intermediate touring and riding experience to get involved.

Kayaking, Kamchatka, Russia

Sea kayakers float past Karaginsky Island in Kamchatka. Image by John Borthwick / Lonely Planet Images / Getty Images.

Sea kayakers float past Karaginsky Island in Kamchatka. Image by John Borthwick / Lonely Planet Images / Getty Images.

For an experience so edge-of-the-world you’ll need to be careful you don’t actually drop off, this 160km hike and kayak expedition in remotest Kamchatka takes some beating. Your small group will be dropped by helicopter at the foot of the Karimsky volcano, where you’ll begin crossing the Siberian taiga. You’ll encounter no roads or people, the only tracks being those of the 25,000 brown bears who call this region home. When you reach the headwaters of the salmon- and trout-rich Zhupanova river, you’ll take to your kayak and paddle its entire length to the Bering Sea.

For this Natural Habitat Expedition (www.nathab.com), done in partnership with WWF, you’ll need multi-day paddling experience in rivers and oceans.

Rock climbing, Yangshuo, China

Rock climbing in Yangshuo by Maria Ly. CC BY-SA 2.0.

Rock climbing in Yangshuo by Maria Ly. CC BY-SA 2.0.

Yangshuo, a picturesque former fishing village, has found itself dubbed the adventure capital of China thanks in part to its accessibility but mostly due to the rock-climbing opportunities afforded by its many limestone karst peaks, which rise strikingly from the dense emerald-green vegetation. A buzzing scene of local and international climbers enjoy arguably the best concentration of climbs in Asia, most of which are reachable by a short bike or bus ride from downtown. Many routes are well bolted, though the more intrepid climber can still find fresh, and in some cases nearvertical, routes to conquer.

Insight Adventures (www.insight-adventures.com) do trips to Yangshuo. The best times are March to May and September to December; there’s a climbing festival in November.

Stand-up paddleboarding, Dominican Republic

Cabarete beach in the Dominican Republic. Image by SOBERKA Richard / hemis.fr / Getty Images.

Cabarete beach in the Dominican Republic. Image by SOBERKA Richard / hemis.fr / Getty Images.

If you plan on stand-up paddling (SUP), you’ll want to seek out spots that remain relatively empty, rather than popular surf breaks which increasingly resemble the scrums that follow door-opening at the January sales. The rugged northern coastline of the Dominican Republic offers 500km of such bounty buffeted by North Atlantic swells, and SUP is an easy way to catch these waves, while giving you the option of exploring the region’s river mouths, outer reefs and crystal-blue Caribbean coves in a manner so civilised you may not even need to get your swimmers wet.

Waterways Travel (www.waterwaystravel.com) runs tours most of the year but May to September is the best time to visit for small, fun waves with zero crowds.

Whitewater rafting, Mosquito Coast, Honduras

Team of whitewater rafters navigate the rapids in Rio Cangrejal, Honduras. Image by Devon Stephens / E+ / Getty Images.

Team of whitewater rafters navigate the rapids in Rio Cangrejal, Honduras. Image by Devon Stephens / E+ / Getty Images.

The swamp-ridden jungle that makes up the Mosquito Coast, named after the local Miskito Indians rather than the pesky bloodsuckers, is one of the least explored areas in the Americas. Yet the truly hardy can whitewater raft through its core, riding the Rio Platano river to the Caribbean coast with only the region’s indigenous tribes and unique wildlife (river otters, scarlet macaws, pumas, jaguars and vampire bats) for company. When not riding the rapids, you’ll explore the caves and subterranean creeks (once used for ancient rituals) that line the river, and by night you’ll hone your bushcraft skills by wild camping on the sandy riverbanks.

Epic Tomato (epictomato.com) organises the week-long rafting trips, after which it will transport you to a hidden coastal retreat to snorkel and rest.

Travel by horse and cart, Myanmar/Burma

Temples and horse carts in Bagan by calflier001. CC BY 2.o.

Exploring the ruins of the ancient city Ava by horse and cart is not a tourist gimmick but simply the only way to get around. It’s also the best way to see the Buddhist temples and pagodas in Bagan. Still a popular mode of transport for locals, especially in rural areas, it’s not the smoothest ride nor the speediest, but at least that means you can enjoy your view rather than have everything flying past in one big whoosh. You’ll be sheltered from the sun and rain, should either get too full-on.

All Points East (allpointseast.com) runs tours of Myanmar. Alongside horse and cart, transport options include bike, local train, rickshaw and Irrawaddy cruiser.

10 Best Bali Luxury Resorts

Bali has without a doubt, the best range of accommodation in Indonesia. Most of the budget hotels on the island can be found in Kuta, where most of the backpackers are heading. This list however presents the best luxury resorts in Bali, as rated by visitors. Many of the five-star resorts are clustered in Nusa Dua, Seminyak and Ubud. Ubud’s hotels and resorts cater to those who prefer spas and cultural pursuits over surfing and other beach activities. Nusa Dua and Seminyak are located on the beach but the atmosphere is much more sophisticated and laid-back than Kuta.

Bali has become famous for its large collection of private luxury villas for rent, complete with staff and top-class levels of service. Besides Ubud and the greater Seminyak area these private villas can also be found in the south around Jimbaran and Uluwatu, in Sanur as well as Lovina in north Bali.

10Jamahal Private Resort & SPA *****
Jamahal Private Resort & SPA *****

The Jamahal Private Resort & Spa is situated on the southern edge of Bali. A private beach is just a few steps away from the hotel, allowing for water sports and sunbathing. The hotel features one, two or three bedroom villas. Some of the more luxurious villas include private swimming pools while all villas have high-speed Internet, cable television, and private gardens. A contemporary resort style accommodation, the Jamahal Private Resort & Spa is surrounded by tropical gardens. There is also a swimming pool and an Indonesian spa, which includes a number of treatments and massages.

9Komaneka at Bisma *****
Komaneka at Bisma *****

Located in Ubud, the Komaneka at Bisma is known as one the best Bali luxury resorts. The resort offers a fitness center and an outdoor pool as well as babysitting and other child services. The luxury rooms feature a flat screen TV with cable and satellite channels. All rooms are air conditioned and come with a safe, refrigerator and a mini bar.

8The Samaya Villas Bali *****
The Samaya Villas Bali *****

Situated directly on the beach in Seminyak, the Samaya Villas provides easy access to nearby attractions. Guests cano walk to the Legian area, where they will find shopping, dining, and entertainment options. There are twenty four villas at the hotel. The villa style accommodations at the Samaya Villas offer a variety of choices, including king and queen sized selections with private plunge pools or Jacuzzis.

7Alam Ubud Villas Bali *****
Alam Ubud Villas Bali *****

Located in a tropical forest, only minutes away from the center of Ubud, Alam Ubud is spaciously set within a 4 hectare garden landscape. The resort provides comfortable accommodation, world class facilities and the celebrated Balinese hospitality.

6The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah Bali *****
The Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah Bali *****

Located only three kilometers from the center of Ubud, Tanah Gajah takes its name from the nearby Goa Gajah elephant temple. Spacious accommodations are designed with comfort and privacy in mind. The villas are set in the natural beauty Ubud. Each villa is thoughtfully decorated and furnished with artistic flair, graceful furniture and local. The restaurant and club lounge overlook lush rice paddies. This open-air pavilion features day beds in a cozy lounge, where cocktails and afternoon tea is served.

5Pandawas Villas *****
Pandawas Villas *****

Established in 2010, Pandawas Villas is inspired from the epic Mahabharata. There are 4 luxury villa rooms: Yudistra, Bima, Sahadewa and Nakula each with an expansive dresser and a large double ensuite bathroom and a central lounge. The restaurant serves many cuisines. There is also a Krishna entertainment room where children can enjoy games and books.

4The Bale Resort Bali *****
The Bale Resort Bali *****

The Bale, overlooking the Indian Ocean, is a healing retreat for adults only with just 29 pavilions all with their own private pools. A sandy beach and an impressive list of spa treatments with holistic programs completes the experience. Calmness reigns in the pavilions. The entire place has a sense of total peace and tranquility with walkways through cooling courtyards and refreshing water pools. Guests can practice yoga, tai chi or choose from an amazing spa menu from Reiki to personally orientated treatments.

3The Samaya Bali *****
The Samaya Bali *****

Located in Ubud, the Samaya Bali offers well-appointed rooms with air conditioning and wireless internet access. The Samaya Bali has a day spa on-site, offering a range of massage treatments and beauty therapy. The hotel’s garden is a peaceful spot to sit and relax. In addition to an outdoor pool and a steam room, the hotel features a spa & wellness center and a sauna. The rooms feature a large tv with satellite channels.

2The Purist Villa & Spa Bali *****
The Purist Villa & Spa Bali *****

The Purist Villas and Spa in Ubud is a small boutique hotel resort. The suites are housed in series of seven unique and private villas combining luxury with traditional elements from several islands of Indonesia. Some of the houses come from other islands such as Java and Timor. These huts are at the inside transformed into real designers hideaways, while at the outside it shows all the typical woodcarvings and other features used in some island. Three of the villas have their own private pools with a separate Balinese hut with mattresses and cushions. Four villas have a more minimal style with Balinese artifacts, and white limestone floorings.

1Ametis Villa *****
#1 of Bali Luxury Resorts

The Ametis Villa is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and traditional element of Bali, making it a distinctive resort. The 14 guestrooms at the Ametis Villa provide all the essential amenities needed by the leisure traveler. This Bali luxury resort contains all of the facilities and conveniences you would expect from a hotel in its class. Facilities available include massage, spa and a private beach.

Source: http://www.touropia.com/bali-luxury-resorts/

The Best Beaches on Bali

The best beaches in Bali are found in the south: around Kuta, Jimbaran, and the Bukit Peninsula. Some of these are also very busy, of course (particularly Kuta). Hop on a bus or rent a car and you can find some great stretches of sand with few other tourists around. Bali is a year round destination so concern about weather and seasons should be put to rest. That said, the best weather on Bali is usually found from April to September.

Walking on the beach in Jimbaran, Bali.

Beach in front of Intercontinental Hotel in Kuta.

Sunset at Kuta beach.

Seminyak beach in Bali.

Beach at the Grand Mirage Bali

Balangan beach in Bali.

Bingin beach in southern Bali.

Sanur beach in Bali.

Family friendly Sanur beach.

The beach in Padangbai.

Beach in Candidasa, Bali.

Amed, Bali with Mt Agung in the background.

The sandy beach in Amed.

Beach in Pemuteran, Bali.

Lovina beach in Bali.

Dream beach on Nusa Lembongan.

Source: http://mylittlenomads.com/best-beaches-in-bali