Bali: A Travel Adventure

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C. E. Tuttle, Feb 15, 2006 - Travel - 112 pages
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This stunning Bali travel pictorial features stunning photography that highlights the breathtaking landscapes of Bali and the diverse customs and traditions of the Balinese people.

The tropical Indonesian paradise of Bali has extraordinarily vivid beauty. Terraced rice paddies seemingly rise up to the sky, while silhouetted palms, still active volcanoes and volcanic lakes contrast with lovely beaches and lagoons. Bali's temples, carved statues, and colorful art are evidence of a thriving culture that maintains its freshness and simplicity in a modern age. Bali: A Travel Adventure is an unforgettable visual record of the island and its people.

The culture of Bali is a colorful world of ceremony, ritual, Balinese dance, and drama. Bali: A Travel Adventure explores what you will find rooted in Balinese culture, when you travel to Bali. You might learn when uncovering Balinese history, rituals and performing arts, that Bali is quite an alluring place.

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About the author (2006)

Patrick R. Booz, was born in Beirut, Lebanon to an Amerian diplomatic family. He was raised and educated in Indonesia, Pakistan and Washington DC, and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin at Madison, where he majored in Asian studies. He and his mother, Elisabeth B. Booz, were the first American teachers at the University of Yunnan in China. He is also the author of A Guide to Yunnan.

R. Ian Lloyd
has traveled extensively in Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe as a photojournalist before basing himself in Singapore in 1980. In 1983 he established a company specializing in photography, books and multi-media productions. His work has appeared in National Geographic, Fortune, Time, Newsweek and Geo magazines. His many books include To Know Malaysia, Bali: The Ultimate Island and Singapore: State of the Art.

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