Have You Been To Bali Yet? Want to See How It Looks Like?
Much has been written about the favorite dream island of Bali. But how does it actually look like, and what’s more important – is it the right destination for a visit or for a honeymoon?
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Much has been written about the favorite dream island of Bali. But how does it actually look like, and what’s more important – is it the right destination for a visit or for a honeymoon? There are lots of promotional materials circulating out there done by travel companies and book publishers, but how about getting real close up views by visitors that share their own intimate perspectives for a change.
Nothing is more honest and revealing than private Bali videos all created by individual people from all over the globe that visited this island already, and made videos about that in their own language. Then uploaded it to a video web site, and now share them with the world and everyone. Free Bali videos. How convenient.
This new video site is strictly about Bali videos only. Watch what other people experienced here already, the places they visited, and what kind of people they met. What type of hotels or exclusive villas they stayed at. Now it’s all online available at one single spot dedicated to the private Bali on film.
Good idea to include a search engine into that, so one can search whatever they want to see in particular. My favorites today was the search term ‘Jimbaran Bali’ what did show a few very relaxing videos made at that location, also ‘Nusa Dua beach’ did show some good results, with some of the great resorts there. Occasionally one finds some cool music in the search results that have related song titles that have “bali” in the name, as for example the title ‘Bali run’ of classic song by the band ‘Fourplay’ live in concert.
It’s stunning with what some people come up with in these few minute long flicks. The ‘classic Bali style’ ones come with some accompanying Balinese Gamelan and flute music are very emotional touched, as they captured the Bali of the early years. What is for some travelers the 1980’s and 1990’s. When walking from Kuta beach to Legian beach on the main road without any car disturbing you was a reality. Unthinkable these days when everyone has a motorbike or a car.
The video website was created as a true tribute to Bali as seen by travelers, with so many interesting videos that myself spend considerable time there watching a few of these and still find new videos from some unknown ‘Bali fanatics” that have great landscapes, huge waves and at times also extremely good looking people enjoying themselves having a great time.
From casual 3-days travelers that just bought a new camera, to some experienced video artists that show their skills with artistic montages zooming in on rice fields, beaches and mountain sites. Yesterday for a change I had a look at the contestants of a Miss Universe Japan video, what was basically something you would see on TV, except the girls are very beautiful here in that one. Naturally charming, like so many people visiting Bali.
Some videos are commercials done by tour and villa marketing people showing off their special villas. What’s cool too, as there are so may exclusive villas now in Bali and so little time to actually go and visit each of them. So it can be really time saving and revealing to have it all presented to you while sitting comfortably and nodding with amazement or approval occasionally. Having peek previews of for example the Four Seasons in Sayan, Ubud is a pure pleasure. They really did built some marvelous villas there, all set inside the greenest jungle there possibly can exist.
And if you’re into surfing, Bali waves videos are of course a must watch. From locations like Amed to the southern cliffs, it’s all there. Some heavy duty pure adrenalin action videos and also some ‘still impressions’ that go in the opposite direction by showing only the waves coming in and going out for about 5 minutes straight. Very relaxing actually, with the original sound of the waves, makes a great screensaver for the next creative coffee break in front of the PC. And that’s another interesting point to it, we cannot all live there, but we can all watch it anytime we like. Bali, truly a dream island as seen on video. Now showing on the all new Bali videos website.