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Reward yourself with this informative travel guide to Bali

Bali, the island of the Gods, gives the many feelings of a heaven. From the cultural diversity of Bali to the other worldly pleasures of customary music and dance performances, this place plays out to be a fun destination at all stages of life. You can drown yourself with pleasure into the warm waters of the Indian Ocean because Bali is all about its beaches, surfing, diving, and great resorts. Its lushness and unparalleled splendor are magnified by its setting in the Coral Triangle, which has a variety of marine life, bestowing upon you a spectacular sight worth all the money.
But the soul of the bail is the generous Balinese along with the thriving tropical vegetation, creatively organized rice terraces, plentiful shrines, amusing arts and crafts, interesting markets and the celebrated temple dances – together employing an enchanted magnetism throughout the year.

Plunge into the Whereabouts of Bali – Get Travelling

Ubud is the core of Bali, where the soul and culture of the island are most reachable. It showcases the island’s greatest attraction – the rice fields and antique monuments in east and west Bali. The centre of Bali is conquered by the vivid volcanoes of the central mountains and hillside temples such as Pura Luhur Batukau.
South Bali’s most visited part is the Kuta Beach and chic Seminyak while ferries to Java and the West Bali National Park along with Medewi Beach, Gilimanuk and Negara are in West Bali. You will find quiet black sand beaches and the old capital city in the Northern Bali and East Bali; they offer the view of the laid back seaside villages, an active volcano and the huge Mount Agung. The Southeastern Islands are recognized for noiseless offshore islands, popular for diving activities

What Not to Miss in Bali

  • 1Nasi Ayam Kedewatan Restaurant
  • 2Ubud and the Monkey Sanctuary
  • 3Pura Tanah Lot
  • 4Hotel Tugu Bali
  • 5Kuta Beach
  • 6Museum Puri Lukisan
  • 7Mozaic Restaurant

Explore the Finest of Bali – Through the Traveler's Eyes

  • 1Sunset tour to the Uluwatu Temple rested high above the Indian Ocean.
  • 2A sunrise hike to the summit of Mount Batur.
  • 3An early morning trip to Seminyak Beach with horses from Umalas Stables.
  • 4Relish the exquisite flower-petal offerings located everywhere.
  • 5Participate in the processions of joyfully garbed locals.
  • 6Get lost in the chaos of Kuta or the sybaritic pleasures of Kerobokan,
  • 7Surf wild beaches in the south
  • 8Hangout on Nusa Lembongan
  • 9Relish a lavish getaway on the Bukit Peninsula.

Delicious Food and Wine Culture of Bali

As one of Indonesia’s most prevalent tourist destinations, the dining framework of Bali is amazing. With plentiful restaurants, both within hotels and resorts, as well as separate, Bali offers Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese and Continental food. For seafood head to a binge in Bali. Even the smallest restaurants here offer food of unique and authentic taste like the Kaki Lima and Bakso. Padang has some good cafeterias as well including customary and international dishes.

The dynamic entertaining life of Bali

For entertainment your aim should be the capital of Bali, Denpasar. This city is bursting with theaters, amusement centers and cultural performances venues. Most hotels and resorts have their individual nightclubs, discotheques, and bars. Some even have particular cultural settings, where traditional Balinese dances are performed along with music and other performing arts.

Bali – A Destination for the Shopaholic

Shopping in Bali is all about purchasing traditional arts and crafts. The island has an astonishing variety of handicrafts and all of them are delicate, beautiful and characteristically Balinese. Some of the well-known and simply accessible handicrafts are batiks, embroidered and woven cotton and silks, paintings, leather ware, pottery, shell ornaments, masks, woodcarvings, basketry, bamboo furniture, carved bone and silverwork.

When to Go to Bali

The rainy season persists from October till March with monsoon level downpours, this is not the greatest time for travel. Great season, which is Easter week and Chinese New Year, usually runs higher hotel charges during the commencement of September. The finest time to find agreements for Bali travel is between September and December, and during the dry season, the best time is April through October.

Getting around Bali

The finest way to get around is with your individual conveyance, whether you drive, rent a driver or drive a bike. This offers you the flexibility to discover the things all by yourself, and also permits you to reach many places that are otherwise unreachable. Public transport is inexpensive and there are also tourist shuttle buses, which syndicate economy with convenience.

Climate

Daytime temperatures are pleasing throughout the year. From December to March, the west monsoon carries heavy showers and high humidity, but days are still often bright with the rains beginning in the late afternoon or evening. From June to September, the moisture is low and it can be rather cool down in the evenings. At this time of the year, there is barely any rain in the lowland coastal areas.

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