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Travel inspiration: My 5 favorite destinations and 1 not so good

Anna is sitting in Vesterbro thinking about future holiday destinations, which makes her consider which destinations she wants to return to. Read on and find out which five places Anna wants to go again, as well as a place she has had enough of.
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Travel inspiration: My 5 favorite destinations and 1 not so good written by Anna Lohmann

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Travel inspiration for Bali

I have gradually heard of many different impressions of Bali. Some are disappointed because of the island's challenges with plastic and pollution, while others do not see these problems to the same extent and remember it as the most beautiful island. I belong to the latter category, so I hope I can give you other travel inspiration to take to the island.

I was drawn and fascinated by the beautiful scenery, the wonderful beaches, the impressive temples - and most of all the Balinese. They are possibly the friendliest people I have ever met.

On my trip to Bali, I visited Candidasa, Sanur and Ubud. Candidasa is a fishing village on the east coast of Bali, where you can easily control your jet lag. The town is known for Virgin Beach, which is one of those completely unspoilt and white beaches.

In addition, the city is also known for the traditional Balinese village of Tenganan, which is an absolute must if one is in the area. Here the inhabitants have chosen to live as the Balinese did in the old days. Here one can talk about ancient traditions and rituals.

Sanur is one of the more famous resort towns in Bali and is located on the southeastern part of the island. Sanur is a bit reminiscent of Candidasa, apart from the fact that Sanur is far more touristy, has a longer beach (about 7 km) and has a real main street with restaurants and shops.

Ubud was definitely my favorite stop on this trip. Ubud is called the heart of Bali, and it can be felt why. The city has a fantastic 'urban vibe' and is full of life.

There are countless organic, vegan, vegetarian cafes as well as 'yoga classes' and spa salons on every corner. 1 hour massage for NOK 45 - what's not to like? And the best thing about Ubud is that you can actually stay in the jungle just a 10 minute drive from the center.

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About the travel writer

Anna Lohmann

Anna is originally from Birkerød, but has now lived in Vesterbro for a couple of years, where she enjoys the countless cafés and good coffee. Her joy of traveling started already as a child, and still leaves a few times a year when her studies and finances allow. Anna's best travel destinations are Amsterdam, Bali and Vietnam, but hope to one day have the opportunity to experience New Zealand.

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