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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 The village is famous for its arts and carfts, stone and wood carvings and dance.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Public building set in a beautiful garden.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Street scene in picturesque Ubud.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Hindu statue. Bali is a mainly Hindu island.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Small roadside shrine. All Balinese villages have many shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 One of the many art studios in the village.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Batik material.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Puppets and masks for sale.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Shop.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Wooden totem.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Small street.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Office building.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Typical Balinese house gateway. The swastica is an ancient Hindu symbol for luck.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Information about the inhabitants of a house is posted outside.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Most houses have their own shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Bird seller.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Clothed street guardian statue.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 A cock fight.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
 Wooden streetside carved totem.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 The entrance to the Puri Ubud Palace.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Puri Ubud is a palace that is still home to members of the Balinese royal family.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Totem.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 The palace gardens are typcal of Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 The palace buildings blend with the natural beauty of the island.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Puri Ubud Palace
 Carved stone building.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Funeral
 The funerary tower.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Funeral
 The funeral pyre. Bali is a Hindu island so the dead are cremated.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Antonio Blanco Studio
 The house and studio of painter Antonio Blanco.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Antonio Blanco Studio
 Antonia Blanco is one of many artists who have made a home in Ubud.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Antonio Blanco Studio
 The studio is highly individual.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Antonio Blanco Studio
 The main building.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Antonio Blanco Studio
 Demon.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Lukisen and Neka Gallaries
 The entrance to the Lukisen gallery, one of many in Ubud.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Lukisen and Neka Gallaries
 The Lukisen Gallery is set in a former temple.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Lukisen and Neka Gallaries
 The gardens at the Neka Gallery.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Lukisen and Neka Gallaries
 Ubud is famed for its artists and their galleries, many showing depictions of Balinese rural life.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Saraswati Temple
 Traditional Balinese image-less shrine.
Indonesia
Bali
Ubud
Saraswati Temple
 The temple is dominated by a picturesque pond.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
 Traffic island with a statue at the entrance to the village of Bangli.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
 The main street.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
 Domestic shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
 Newly built shrine.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
Pura Kehen Temple
 The exterior of the Pura Kehen Temple.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
Pura Kehen Temple
 Detail of stone carving.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
Pura Kehen Temple
 Carving on a wall.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
Pura Kehen Temple
 Carved door.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
Artha Sastra
 The Artha Sastra inn was formerly a palace.
Indonesia
Bali
Bangli
 Small settlement in the forest.
Indonesia
Bali
Banjar
 Hindu temple in the village of Banjar.
Indonesia
Bali
Banjar
 Decorated gateway.
Indonesia
Bali
Banjar
Buddhist Temple
 Banjar is predominantly Buddhist and has a Buddhist temple.
Indonesia
Bali
Banjar
Buddhist Temple
 The entrance.
Indonesia
Bali
Banjar
Buddhist Temple
 Buddha figure in the garden.
Indonesia
Bali
Tampaksiring
Tirta Empul Temple
 The holy spring and temple at Tirta Empul in Tampaksiring.
Indonesia
Bali
Tampaksiring
Tirta Empul Temple
 Offerings for a festival.
Indonesia
Bali
Gunnung Kawi
 Village temple entrance near Gunnung Kawi.
Indonesia
Bali
Payangan
 Payangan is a small village in the centre of Bali.
Indonesia
Bali
Payangan
 Domestic shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Payangan
 Small family Hindu shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Payangan
 Domestic shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 The small village of Pejeng.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 Hindu temple, one of many in and around the village.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 House doorway.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 Rural scene.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 Shrine among the rice terraces.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 View of the vlilage.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
 Village guardiian.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Kebo Edan Temple
 Turtle shaped sarcophagus.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 The Pura Penataran Sasih Temple.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 The entrance to the temple.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 The temple is Hindu.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 Guardian beasts.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 Carved figures.
Indonesia
Bali
Pejeng
Pura Penataran Sasih Temple
 Small shrine.
Indonesia
Bali
Amlapura
Amlapura Palace
 The entrance to the palace at Amlapura.
Indonesia
Bali
Amlapura
 Small mosque.
Indonesia
Bali
Kubutambahan
 Decorated road sign in the village of Kubutambahan.
Indonesia
Bali
Kubutambahan
 One of three Hindu temples in the village.
Indonesia
Bali
Kubutambahan
 A series of shrines.
Indonesia
Bali
Kubutambahan
 Black sand beach.
Indonesia
Bali
Kubutambahan
Pura Maduwe Karang Temple
 The Pura Maduwe Karang Temple is the largest in the village.
Indonesia
Bali
Kalibukbuk
Lovina Beach
 Chairs carved from tree trunks.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Makassar is the capital and largest city of Sulawesi.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Ojeks (motorbike taxis).
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Upper storey mosque.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Dutch church.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Makassar is by the sea.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
 Boats in repair.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The entrance to Fort Rotterdam.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The fort dates from 1667.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The fort is built on the site of an earlier Gowan fort.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The buildings are very elegant.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The fort was built by the Dutch.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Doorway.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Offices.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Dutch buildings.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 The fort contains two museums.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Fort Rotterdam
 Statue of Sultan Hasanuddin outside the fort.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Chinatown
 The entrance to Chinatown.
Indonesia
Sulawesi
Makassar
Chinatown
 Chinese temple.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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