Legian Bali Reopens Doors After Major Renovations

SingosariAccording to Goway Agent News, the Legian Bali has reopened its doors after four months of down time for their firm major face lift since opening back in 1996. It now included a 30-metre infinity lap pool and a beachfront sun deck.

The resort’s exclusive Beach House is the recipient of a new 20 sq-m terrace with loungers that guests are able to access from the master bedroom, which has now been redesigned so that there are more ocean views. The new terrace lighting has enhanced the night time ambiance.

Of course, for those that prefer a villa they will still be looking at local villas. Legian has plenty to offer visitors, but especially those who love a little spa pampering. Legian has a number of excellent spas for a relaxing day, with some even catering to newlyweds.

You will want to be sure to visit the Singosari Temple. While there is not a lot remaining of this temple you must remember it dates back to the 13th century and is one of the most powerful temples in the East Java kingdom of Singosari. Two giant statues once stood guard at the palace front, but only traces remain today. It truly is a piece of history that you will not want to miss seeing.

If you have a desire to learn to surf, you are definitely at the right place since there is a surf school right here. Hundreds of thousands of people have learned to surf right here. If you already surf, then start enjoying those waves.

While there are not a lot of tourist activities in Legian, what it has to offer is a more relaxed experience, especially at the beach, which is far less crowded. The villas offer some of the most spectacular views you can imagine, which makes Legian an excellent jump off point for your Bali vacation.

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