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by Paul Greenway

Category: Asia
Subcategory: Traveling
Author: Paul Greenway
ISBN: 0864426062
ISBN13: 978-0864426062
Language: English
Publisher: Lonely Planet; 7th edition (February 1999)
Pages: 432
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In response to concerns that the book isn't current on it's information, I feel that you shouldn't rely on a guidebook for prices, and that as a whole Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok gives the information that you need to know. It tells you in great detail about what there is to see and do, and where things are and how things work. I mean afterall, by the time any book reaches publication, isn't a lot of the information out-of-date? Otherwise, a book would never get published; it would be a newsletter.

Paul Greenway is physically based in Adelaide, South Australia, but emotionally, mentally and spiritually he. .

Paul Greenway is physically based in Adelaide, South Australia, but emotionally, mentally and spiritually he resides in Indonesia, particularly Bali. He wrote over 30 guidebooks for Lonely Planet, including about Bali, Lombok and Indonesia; lived in Jakarta for years, from where he taught students and trained teachers across the region; studied Indonesian in Bali and other provinces; and taught Indonesian at Australian high schools. Paul has also travelled extensively throughout the archipelago from-as the nationalistic song goes-'Sabang to Merauke'

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Series: Bali and Lombok, 8th ed. Paperback: 456 pages

Series: Bali and Lombok, 8th ed. Paperback: 456 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1864502527. Product Dimensions: . x 5 x . inches. Shipping Weight: . ounces (View shipping rates and policies). As a resident of Bali year-round, the number one complaint by almost every lonely planet carrying visitor is how inaccurate and outdated the lonely planet guides are. Whether it is Thailand or Indonesia, information that is needed on a daily basis is history by the time the lonely books reach the traveling consumer.

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Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok (Travel Guide) Book 9781742203034. Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok (7th ed) By Paul Greenway, James Lyon, Tony Wheeler.

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Lonely Planet, Kate Morgan, Ryan Ver Berkmoes. Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher. Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Stand amongst the clouds on Gunung Rinjani, party all-night in Kuta, or experience the Gili Islands' phenomenal diving scene; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Bali & Lombok and begin your journey now!

With its rich culture, lush landscapes, white beaches, excellent surf and legendary nightlife, Bali is almost the definitive tropical paradise. Across the water, Lombok offers superb diving and trekking, plus fascinating traditional villages. This indispensable guide has everything you need to appreciate the magic of both these tantalising and rewarding islands.

Includes: 59 easy-to-read maps; hundreds of accommodation recommendations, from village losmen to top-end luxury hotels; tips on how to enjoy Kuta and when to head for the hills; the lowdown on trekking, surfing and diving comprehensive coverage of Bali's culinary delights; practical language sections covering Bahasa Bali, Bahasa Indonesia and Sasak.

Comments to eBook Lonely Planet Bali Lombok (7th ed)
fire dancer
I found this book quite informative and useful in its information about many different aspects of visiting Bali. The book provides wonderful cultural insights, historical background and detailed information.
The only major discrepancy we came across, for instance, was that the book said that Kuta has problems with tourists being hassled by street vendors, but when we went in April, we found that the main street in Kuta (where the Matahari Department Store is) quite the opposite. It turned out that the officials had just recently come down on the street vendors and put a stop to harassing tourists there. Instead, when we went to the center of town in Ubud, we were hassled a great deal by taxi/moped drivers to get us to hire them; this caught us off guard.
In response to concerns that the book isn't current on it's information, I feel that you shouldn't rely on a guidebook for prices, and that as a whole Lonely Planet Bali & Lombok gives the information that you need to know. It tells you in great detail about what there is to see and do, and where things are and how things work. I mean afterall, by the time any book reaches publication, isn't a lot of the information out-of-date? Otherwise, a book would never get published; it would be a newsletter.
I gave this a rating of 4 stars only because when we went to Bali, we didn't travel enough of the country (and we didn't get to Lombok) to give the book 5 stars.
Zieryn
We have just returned from Bali (October 2000) and strongly recommend taking this LP with you. I have been a bit skeptical about the info of some LP's (Mexico-we hardly used it!) but in Bali whoever put this one together knew their stuff. FORGET THE PRICES MENTIONED, they've at least doubled for meals accomodation etc , but then so has the amount of rupee you'll get!! One interesting note. We took a taxi to the Temple of Gudang Kawi, an 11th century temple. LP justifibly raves about it. The only other tourists there we saw were holding a LP. Local tour operaters didn't seem to think tourists would be interested in it and must take them to more boring temples!(and believe you me, they get boring!)
Lbe
As a resident of Bali year-round, the number one complaint by almost every lonely planet carrying visitor is how inaccurate and outdated the lonely planet guides are. Whether it is Thailand or Indonesia, information that is needed on a daily basis is history by the time the lonely books reach the traveling consumer. Bookstores throughout Asia are piled high with lonely planets discarded by weary travelers eager to lessen their load. Lonely planet books do offer historical perspectives that can also be found on the internet, but the insider's information the first time traveler needs to save money and sanity their first days in Asia is sorely lacking. Updated info on how to avoid being ripped off from lodging to transportation to moneychanging is of primary concern to almost all visitors to Bali that we meet. Books as heavy as bricks with pretty pics are nice but hardly handy when you are in need of fast, accurate information. Try "The Beginners Guide to Bali" on cd-rom- it has weekly updated info and prepares the first time traveler to Bali for the unexpected.
Ericaz
As a resident of Bali year-round, the number one complaint by almost every lonely planet carrying visitor is how inaccurate and outdated the lonely planet guides are. Whether it is Thailand or Indonesia, information that is needed on a daily basis is history by the time the lonely books reach the traveling consumer. Bookstores throughout Asia are piled high with lonely planets discarded by weary travelers eager to lessen their load. Lonely planet books do offer historical perspectives that can also be found on the internet, but the insider's information the first time traveler needs to save money and sanity their first days in Asia is sorely lacking. Updated info on how to avoid being ripped off from lodging to transportation to moneychanging is of primary concern to almost all visitors to Bali that we meet. Books as heavy as bricks with pretty pics are nice but hardly handy when you are in need of fast, accurate information. Try "The Beginners Guide to Bali" on cd-rom- it has weekly updated info and prepares the first time traveler to Bali for the unexpected.
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