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Lonely Planet Recommends balidiscovery.com

World's Most Respected Travel Guide Lauds balidiscovery.com in its 10th Edition Bali & Lombok Travel Guide.

(4/18/2005) The 10th Edition of what is arguably Bali's most popular travel guide Lonely Planets Bali & Lombok has just been released. The guide - an essential piece of packing found in both backpacks and designer-brand luggage bound for Bali, the Lonely Planet Guide offers page after page of practical advice on how to maximize your enjoyment of a Bali holiday.

A Piece of Advice Worth Heeding

The latest edition, expertly compiled by veteran sojourners Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Lisa Steer-Guérard and Jocelyn Harewood - contains the following recommendation under the heading "Bali Internet Resources" regarding balidiscovery.com:

". . .this site is easily the best source for Bali news and features week in and week out. Excellent."


Hear. Hear. Who are we to argue with the recommendation of the world's premier handbook for travelers?

Arie Sukirno, Managing Director of Bali Discovery Tours, and balidiscovery.com commenting on Lonely Planet's kind accolade said, "Everyone at Bali Discovery is genuinely thrilled by this strong vote of support by such a prestigious publication. Knowing that out efforts to spread the good word about Bali, via our website and our weekly newsletter Bali Update, is recognized in such important circles, such as Lonely Planet, is a special thrill for us and an incentive for all of us to strive harder in our mission in the months and years ahead."

In closing, Sukirno added, "We genuinely love Bali and want the world to know all about our paradise island. Apparently, Lonely Planet has taken notice of that fact."