Dip into the fairytale called Bali and taste freshly prepared food and drinks by the beach.
Known as the “Island of the Gods” Bali has rich culture that is unique for its vibrant arts, dance and music, and has made it one of the most diverse islands in the world. Music and costumes are part of any main event during temple festivities.
Balinese families of all generations are seen celebrating birth, death and rebirth. Hinduism as the main religion is the major influence behind its development. Bali is also home to some of Asia’s best resorts, beaches, restaurants and bars. This combined with the calm warm nature of the Balinese people makes for the experience of a lifetime.
Seminyak and Kerobokan are home to chic bars, fine dining and cool beach clubs, and this has made them some of the most popular destinations in Bali. But if you like partying with backpackers and surfers then opt for the sprawl of bars, clubs and eateries of Kuta or just chill out at Bali’s main waterpark, Waterbom. Either way, there is a fun for all tastes and budgets.
For those couples seeking peace and tranquility then the luxury resorts of Nusa Dua would more than satisfy OR you can go to a family friendly place in Sanur, experiencing great resorts, beaches and local cuisine at reasonable prices.
Ubud is the arts and crafts center of Bali is set in the lush forests high in the hills. It’s home to the island's most beautiful rice fields and ancient monuments including Tegalalang Rice Terrace or Mount Kawi temple.
For the more active there is white water rafting, cycling, scuba diving and snorkeling, windsurfing, sailing or island hopping. Bali is also famous for its health spas for beauty treatments, rejuvenation and relaxing massages.
Lovers of local cuisine are spoilt for choice with many local restaurants offering a multitude of Indonesian food such as Nasi Kuning, Nasi Goreng, Gado Gado, Bebek Goreng, Soto Ayam and Rendang.