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There’s never a bad time to visit Bali! It is climatically comfortable throughout the year, though you can expect certain levels of humidity.
Pay a visit to Tirta Gangga, a former royal palace (about 5 kilometres from Karangasem). It is noted for its water palace with eleven tiered fountains, beautiful carvings and statues adorning the gardens. You can also head west to see Pura Besakih, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali.
East Bali is also famous for its rice paddy terraces, lush forests, volcanoes, sweeping bays and wild black sand beaches with crashing waves. Admire the Gunung Agung, a 3142m volcano, which has a perfect conical shape. In Tulamben you can explore the amazing marine life living around the USS Liberty Shipwreck - the most famous dive site in Bali! In the east coast you can also dive in the underwater gallery at Jemeluk Bay.
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In Bangkok we highly recommend5* Montien Riverside Hotelwith a very good price and very good reviews! Located by the Chao Phraya River this hotels features air-conditioned rooms with minibar and refrigerator as well as TV with cable channel, safe and desk. Free wifi is available.
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