About Stan L
Lives in Bali, Indonesia
Since Jan. 2015
35-49 year old male
I was born in the Netherlands but lived abroad for most of my adult life. I ended up in Indonesia in 2001 and haven't left since.
Sacred & Religious Sites
Scenic Walking Areas, Farms, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Flea & Street Markets
Ancient Ruins, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
This temple, at the foot of Mount Batukaru, is very sacred to Balinese Hindus. Built in the 11th century and dedicated to the ancestors of the Tabanan regency royalty, it makes for a great introduction to Balinese culture.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an excellent place to enjoy stunning views of the iconic Balinese rice fields. Cameras at the ready!
Enjoy a simple authentic Balinese lunch here, complete with beautiful panoramic views.
This vibrant and colorful little market sells locally-harvested fruits, spices, vegetables, and orchids — a great spot to pick up unique souvenirs and authentic ingredients.
Also called 'Twin Waterfalls,' Gitgit is just a 15-minute walk away from the main road, and a peaceful place to pause and cool off during the heat of the day.
The Ulun Danu Bratan temple sits on the shore of Bratan Lake. While it's an iconic and popular Bali site, its picturesque setting makes it well worth facing the tourist crowds.
Tanah Lot is one of the nine directional temples in Bali. The six temples it's comprised of, built on the outer corners of the island, are believed to protect Bali from bad spirits. The ideal spot to join the locals for a blessing!
Although this restaurant isn't one of Bali's culinary highlights, it does offer a prime view of the sunset, which makes it a nice place for an end-of-day drink or two.