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novel “Eat Pray Love”, there is no better place to meditate, and relax your mind than Bali. Here, it is one of the world’s favorite yoga spots -- the perfect peace-seeking asylum.

Photo credit: Potato Head Folk

Photo credit: Darren Tien

Photo credit: arunatoursbali.com

Photo credit: Darren Tien

Traveller’s tips: #1: When shopping or taking taxi, etc, be outrageously thick skin, and unapologetically shameful to bargain. Rule of thumb, slash half the price. #2: Be careful of rip off merchants when trying to book for water sport activities. Do some research before hand, eg. Through tripadvisor. #3: Rent a motorbike to travel around, this is the most convenient mode of transport, and it allows you to live like a local. #4: The “mushroom” that locals are selling on the street, they are drugs. #5: Get lost in the streets of Bali and be encapsulated into its inspiring architecture, that combines culture, tradition and a rustic charm. #6: Recommended number of days of travel: 5-7 days #7: Budget: ~SGD600-700 Photo credit: Darren Tien

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The FUSE April 2016  

The Semester 2, AY 15/16 magazine for NUS Faculty of Engineering, produced by NUS Students' Engineering Club.

The FUSE April 2016  

The Semester 2, AY 15/16 magazine for NUS Faculty of Engineering, produced by NUS Students' Engineering Club.

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