Bali Indonesia

    Bali is also known as the Land of the Gods and, through its natural beauty, appeals to volcanoes looming on the horizon and fertile rice fields that give an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. It is also famous as the Surfers Paradise!

    Bali will enchant you with its dramatic dances, colorful celebrations, arts and crafts, luxury beach resorts and exciting nightlife. Everywhere, you will find intricately carved and more magnificent temples.

    There are thousands of gift shops in Bali. From Denpasar to Ubud, you will find many things you will want to take home with you. There are a variety of Balinese-style souvenirs from snacks and delicious drinks to exquisite handicrafts like Tennon Bali.

    If you are considering buying some souvenirs, the best place for you is Soukwati souvenir market, where you will find many, many souvenirs that will make you confused by the choice of them.

    Most of the characteristic hotels are located near the beach. Some even have their own space on certain beaches, where you can enjoy exclusive luxury. You can easily find these hotels in famous beaches such as Kuta, Senor and Seminyak.

    Kuta has a wide variety of boutiques and shops, selling everything from luxury t-shirts, skis, slippers to creative trinkets. If you want to buy dried food, the Bali coffee is the most aromatic coffee. You may also want to buy essential essential oils to freshen your bath.
    As the island of Bali lies 8 degrees south of the equator, the tropical climate will be warm and humid throughout the year with two main seasons: the dry season and the rainy season.

    Some areas around the central mountains of the island of Bali (volcanoes) have several peaks at an altitude of 3,000 meters above sea level. Here temperatures are much cooler, and their climate is more rainy than coastal areas.

    Bali's white beaches are a favorite destination for family holidays. A variety of water sports are available, such as banana boats, jet skiing, water skiing or swimming, or just relax and enjoy warm sunbathing on the seashore.

    Kuta is one of Bali's most famous beaches. Along with a range of hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes. In the evening the area excels in the rhythm of disco music and night parties.

    For a quieter evening, enjoy the beach in the Jimbaran area, a popular place for fresh grilled seafood. Seminyak is home to 5-star international hotels and luxury accommodation with deluxe restaurants. Sanur Beach also extends to hotels and restaurants. You can also visit the Nusa Dua area, where more private beaches are available in front of luxury hotels.

    Surf lovers will be found on Noosa Limpongan Island near Nusa Pineda Island. These islands are a 45-minute boat ride from Nusa Dua or Sanur.

    On the southwestern coast of Nusa Pineda there is the Manta Point site and the Malibu Point site where divers can swim with giant shimmers, sea demon fish, and even sharks. Keeling Beach, Atowe Beach and Broken Beach are among the most popular beaches in Noosa Pineda.

    The best dive sites can also be found on the island of Mingangan, with coral reefs, moorings, El Park and the caves to explore. In the western part of Bali, the Pemotaran area is where you can enjoy the rare deer near the beach, and this region is also famous for its reef-protected diving activities.

    Try exploring or strolling through Bali's National West Park, where you can get close connection with unique flora and fauna in Bali such as Bali Galak or Starling.

    The island of Bali offers first-class water sports that inject unparalleled adrenaline on the magnificent Ayung River in Ubud. If you enjoy cycling, Ubud and surrounding areas are home to bicycles. There are also good routes in the Oluatu region in the south.

    Mountain climbers may want to climb Mount Gunung Agung. Start your climbing trip from behind the temple or through the village of Sibody. However, be sure to seek permission first from the temple authorities, where the religion in Bali states that no one may stand taller than the sacred temple especially when establishing ceremonies and religious rites

    Another mountain of your adventure is the beautiful Mount Batur, which overlooks the quiet Bator Lake in Kentamani.

    The kishak dance is organized more dramatically in open spaces on the shelf, through the Uluwatu Temple. Try unforgettable moments as the sun slowly falls over the sea in sight beyond this beautiful temple with the best artistic performance on Bali Island. Kishak Dance is a dance that tells the story of Ramayana where the wife of Prince Rama, City, was kidnapped by Ghoul Rahawana.

    After completing your day trip, take a break and enjoy the best Spa Spa in Bali, which you may find throughout Bali. Bali spa products are made of high quality local ingredients and are ideal for you to take home with you as a souvenir!

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    Bali - Wikipedia
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