The Great Guide to Bali: For Tablets

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No Trees Publishing Ltd, Feb 11, 2016 - Travel - 330 pages
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Bali is famous the world over. This perfumed island of the gods, its volcanoes wreathed by smoky mists, its green sparkling rice fields cascading down hill sides, the abundance of flowers, food for the gods as they sit in orange brick and grey stone temples, the gentle, jangling sound of brass gongs, the surge of surf against dark rocks above which ancient pagodas gaze over the ocean: Bali is more than an image, it is a sensation, an experience, an awakening.

Newly updated in April 2016, this book brings Bali alive: 390 pages, 120 places to see and things to do. 250 high quality colour photographs taken by more than 40 photographers, six maps and five suggested road trips for you to see them all. The greatest Great Guide to Bali yet! 

This version has a horizontal layout, designed to be read with Android and Windows tablets, laptops and desktop workstations.
 

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I have been to Bali myself, and I wish I read this before the trip. Now, having been to Bali, this book has pleasantly brought back great memories back and moreover have made me reflect on these memories from a different angle and to see them from an artistic perspective. What I like about the author is that he has the ability to express himself in both pictures and words, which is a talent I admire and respect in him. I like how the book is a combination of texts and pictures, which makes one ‘see’ Bali while reading it – it is kind of a ‘bus tour’. I really appreciate such a great book, which helps make tourism better and touristic experiences richer.  

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About the author (2016)

Carl Ottersen the author of six books: three on travel, one a photo-essay, the fifth a portrait of children in Jakarta and the sixth on business.  His photographs and articles have been published in several travel magazines; many  are also used in travel websites. 

Currently he is writing and curating a series of digital books (eBooks) called “Great Guides”, with detailed information on places to see and things to do in interesting regions of the world. These ebooks are full of photos, videos and interactive maps. 

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