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About 10km north of Denpasar, Kapal is the garden-feature and temple-doodad centre of Bali. If you need a green tiger or other decorative critter (we saw a pink beaver) rendered in colours not found in nature, then this is your place! (Although shipping might be a pain.) Kapal is on the main road to the west, so it might be worth getting out of the traffic just to walk with the animals.

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Labuhan Lalang To catch a boat to visit or snorkel Pulau Menjangan, head to the jetty at this small harbour in the national park. There’s also a useful park visitors centre in a hut at the main parking lot. There are warung and a pleasant beach 200m to the east.[…]

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Cekik At the Cekik junction one road continues west to Gilimanuk and another heads northeast towards north Bali. All buses and bemo to and from Gilimanuk pass through Cekik. Archaeological excavations here during the 1960s yielded the oldest evidence of human life in Bali. Finds include burial mounds with funerary[…]

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