The Foothills of Mount Agung, Bali.

Image Credit: Photograph by Michele Falzone/Getty Images.
Rice terraces, volcano views and jungle-tangled gorges make sleepy Sidemen feel like the Bali that time forgot.
There’s not a great deal to do in this rambling district in the foothills of Mount Agung, and it’s a fair old schlep from the tourist meccas of Ubud, Seminyak, Nusa Dua and Canggu, but that’s rather the point.
Wander through the rice paddies to a temple or two, get lost on the web of shady paths that weave their way through the woodlands, or simply soak in the staggering views of Bali’s sacred mountain, Gunung Agung.
Source: Undiscovered south-east Asia: remote towns and secret beaches | Travel | The Guardian

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