Bali

THE ISLAND OF GODS

Best Time to Go:

Between April and October

 

Recommended Duration:

7 to 20 days

 

Accessibility:

Easily accessible by all the nearby Asian airport

International airport (Ngurah Rai)

 

Size of The Island:

5.780 km²

 

Population:

4.5 million

 

Religion:

Mainly Hinduism (84%)

 

Strength:

A unique and vibrant culture

A great diversity of landscape

Accommodations for all budget

Varied activities to do

 

Weakness:

Tourist attendance increased a lot during high season (July and August)

Beaches are generally less attractive than on the other islands of the archipelago

Why Bali

BA-LI : It’s more than a place. It’s a mood, an inspiration, a tropical state of mind! The rich and diverse culture of Bali plays out at all levels of life, from the exquisite flower-petal offerings placed everywhere, to the processions of joyfully garbed locals, shutting down major roads as they march to one of the myriad temple ceremonies, to the otherworldly traditional music and dance performed island-wide. Almost everything has a spiritual meaning. The middle of Bali is dominated by the dramatic volcanoes of the central mountains and hillside temples such as Pura Luhur Batukaru (one of the island’s estimated 10,000 temples), while the tallest peak, Gunung Agung, is the island’s spiritual center.

 

bali is more than a place

 

 

One Island, Many Destinations

On Bali you can lose yourself in the chaos of the south of the island such as Seminyak or Kuta, surf wild beaches  or just hang out on Nusa Lembongan. You can go family-friendly in Sanur or savour a lavish getaway on the Bukit Peninsula. Ubud is the heart of Bali, a place where the culture of the island is most accessible, and it shares the island’s most beautiful rice fields and ancient monuments with east and west Bali. North and west Bali are thinly populated but have the kind of diving and surfing that make any journey worthwhile.

 

ubud the heart of bali

 

Bali’s Essence

Yes, Bali has beaches, surfing, diving, and resorts great and small, but it’s the essence of Bali – and the Balinese – that makes it so much more than just a fun-in-the-sun retreat. It is possible to take the cliche of the smiling Balinese too far, but in reality, the inhabitants of this small island are indeed a generous, genuinely warm people. There’s also a fun, sly sense of humor. 

 

balinese girl in tenganan