About Stan L
Lives in Bali, Indonesia
Since Jan 2015
35-49 year old male
I was born in the Netherlands but lived abroad for most of my adult life. I ended up in Indonesia in 2001 and haven't left since.
Scenic Walking Areas
Nature & Wildlife Areas
Scuba & Snorkeling
A 3-hour leisurely guided bird walk will get you up close and personal with some of Bali's most beautiful resident birds. You will learn all there is to know about Bali's birds, as well as interesting facts about the insects and plants you encounter along the way.
This beautiful walk in Ubud takes very little advance planning, and can be done any day of the week! A nice place to escape the often very hectic Bali.
Wake up early morning and see Bali the way only a few others get to see it. Mudi is a young man who knows these mountain tracks like the back of his hand, and a fun person to watch the unforgettable sunrise with!
This mangrove forest makes for a serene and beautiful place to enjoy some quiet time, and immerse yourself completely in the sights and sounds of nature.
Definitely worth a visit! With waves crashing into the cliff face, with, there's so much thundering and splashing that you could easily think you're in the devil's lair. Prepare to get wet!
Exploring Bali on a bicycle has so many advantages! Riding independently on two-wheels allows you to pass through small villages, make impromptu stops to take pictures with the locals, and even pause to watch a Balinese ceremony or two go by. Plus, starting from the rim of the volcano, then following an easy and gentle downhill track, means that even less active travelers can 'get on their bike' here!
Bali attracts hundreds of scuba divers to its shores each year due to its many excellent dive sites. These include the popular Liberty Ship Wreck in Tulamben, the macro fish life in the Padang Bai area and the Manta Rays and vibrant coral reefs at Nusa Penida. Go ahead, dive right in!