With all the fascinating wonders that lie beneath the surface, and the tranquility surrounding its shores, it may not be a coincidence that the Word “Pemuteran” means the turning point or a place to come back to. Because once you set foot here, you’ll definitely want to come back over and over again.
Although tourism has made its presence here, Pemuteran still retain its authentic characteristic as a traditional fishing village with all its coastal culture.
The calm waves of Pemuteran shores, makes it a perfect place to explore its waters through this ships.
Soft breezes, lush sheltering trees, and gleaming black volcanic sands of Pemuteran beach welcomes all to the peace and tranquility of Bali’s north-western friendly shores.
As the sun descends in the afternoon, a picturesque mountain appears in the horizon creating a spectacular sight
Observing the traditional fisherman activities wrapped in a peaceful serenity is truly a special experience for those who come to this shore.
Backed by the beautiful sunset, kids turn the shores of Pemuteran into a football field and cheerfully play beach football.
As daylight fades away, waves softly stroke the gleaming black volcanic sands on the beach of Pemuteran.
On a bright Pemuteran afternoon, fishermen throw the fishing net near the shores and collectively pull it to the beach.
Fishermen on their traditional jukung boat venturing the calm sea, a perfect picture of authentic daily life in Pemuteran Beach.
Rice wrapped in Banana leaves, accompanied by delicious fried fish, chicken, tofu, and shrimps, and complemented with fresh vegetables and the fiery chili sauce: this is the Nasi Timbel, a signature Sundanese dish from West Java.
Wayang, indonesia puppet show via Kaskus Addict sinuratdani
Mount Bromo and the sand desert, Probolinggo, East Java. The picture was taken using 5MP cellphone camera from Lava View Hotel & Lodge
Having fun at Bali Botanical Park
Yasra Studio - elegant batik
terasering via http://sgharjono.wordpress.com
Rising from the nearly flat volcanic sand floor of the caldera are the dormant cone of Mount Batok and the active volcano of Mount Bromo. Photo by Andika Saputra - www.indonesia.travel