Bali Tourism

Bali is one of the most beautiful islands of the Indonesian archipelago that has been gaining a lot of popularity of late. Pristine beaches, spiritual aura and the perfect ambiance for a laid-back vacation make it a perfect spot for solo travelers, family travelers and honeymooners alike.  Indonesia tourism has benefitted greatly from the Bali vibes and the hype about it among tourists. Regarded as the best honeymoon destination, Bali sparks the senses when you visit.

I love Bali

Bali greets you with the mind-blowing fragrance of incense and clove oil.  The fresh tropical air casts an aura of intoxication and makes you fall in love as soon as you step into the spectacular destination.

Bali Pandawa

Bali Beach view

Bali Beach heart view

The vibe of the gorgeous location stems out from the natural beauty and also the local flavors with sizzling peanuts at the roadside stalls, traditional tunes and the hustle bustle of tourist mopeds.

 Bali Boat Ride View

The crowd bears testimony to the abounding natural beauty and the suitability of this splendid beauty for all types of travelers.  Whether you are a surfer or a hiker or just a regular tourist interest in the sightseeing, Bali will not disappoint you. Surfers can enjoy the spectacular, crystal clear waters and the hikers can experience the thrill of climbing the volcanic mountains, whereas the others can relish enchanting views of the misty waterfalls and enticing lush green landscapes.  It also holds special fun for cycling enthusiasts who can grab the opportunity of biking through rice terraces and the traditional villages. Bike rentals in Bali are a great way to explore the beauty of this wonderland on a bicycle.

Bali local Transport

The arts and crafts in Bali are sure to allure you with their traditionally artistic richness and if relaxation is your goal, you can opt for the amazing shopping and rejuvenating spa experiences in Bali.

For the spiritually inclined, Bali is the perfect blend of spiritual vibes and natural allure. With magnificent temples and sacred Hindu ceremonies, it offers the right dose of spiritual feels. It will not be an understatement to say that you will never fall short of things to do in Bali.

Bali Temple

The Best Time to visit Bali:

Bali has been receiving a lot of tourist attention off late and is particularly over-crowded during July and August. Easter holiday, Christmas and New Year also experience high tourist traffic in Bali. These are known as the high season. The best time to visit, however, in April, May, June, and September. This is just before the huge tourist volumes flow in and the accommodation prices are nearly 30%-50% lower than usual. The weather is also not very humid, so you can enjoy your Bali holiday.

How to Reach Bali:

If you are wondering, how to reach Bali, you can take flight, road or ship.

By flight, you can reach the Denpasar International airport that is just 13 km away from the capital of Bali, Denpasar. The Bali airport is well connected to all the major cities in Indonesia.

Bali Boarding Pass

Alternatively, you can choose to fly to Jakarta and then take a bus from Jakarta to Bali.

If you fancy traveling over waters, you can also access Bali by ship. To access the sea route, get on to a flight to Singapore, Sumatra or Java and then take a cruise liner to Bali. You can access this information at the Bali airport.

Bali accommodation:

The main areas in Bali are Ubud, Seminyak, Legian, and Kuta. There are numerous accommodation options available for all budgets. You can choose from villas, seaside suites, spa resorts, backpacker’s hostels, and luxury hotels. With the wide variety of options available, you can even choose to stay in a quaint area away from the hustle bustle of major areas.

Bike rentals in Bali:

It is easy to hire motorbikes, mopeds, and bicycles in Bali. You can either ask your hotel to arrange one for you or walk down to the main area to access the numerous vendors that deal with bike rentals in Bali.

Currency in Bali:

The currency in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah.   INR= Indian Rupee.  IDR=Indonesian Rupiah.

Things to remember in Bali:

  • Make sure you dress modestly as you visit any of the temples in Bali and remember to cover your legs with a Sarong.
  • Dress in layers and carry comfortable shoes if you plan to go trekking

Places to visit in Bali:

Uluwatu Temple

Owing to the magnificent cliff top location, Uluwatu is one of the most popular temples in Bali. If overlooks the best surf spots of Bali from above the cliff. The sky and sea glow gorgeously and emanate mesmerizing views during late afternoon and sunset is the best time to visit this beautiful temple. With scenery endowed pathways and spectacular viewpoints and sunset dance performances, it is the perfect blend of beauty and culture and hence makes for one of the best places to visit in Bali.

Pura Tanah Lot

Spectacularly located on the seaside, perched upon a rocky islet, is one of the most iconic temples of Bali, the Pura Tanah Lot. Surrounded by gorgeous waves, it makes for one of the most enchanting sights. It is one of the most sacred temples for the local people there. Surrounded by numerous souvenir sellers and the splendid sun setting around it, it makes for an amazing place to relax and click some wonderful pictures as you wander the lanes. While foreigners cannot enter the temple, it is a great place for rejuvenation with the attractive cafes and clifftop restaurants where you can ogle at the friendly animals.

Mount Batur

If you are looking for things to do in Bali, Mount Batur will probably top the list. You can trek the 1700 m mountain and relish enchanting views of the sunrise, beautiful mist covered mountains and the Caldera. This is a sacred active volcano that makes for an ideal place to view the sunrise. You can take a guided tour here that will include meals. The beautiful Lake Batur here also casts a spell of gorgeousness and leaves one allured. You can soak in the hot springs at Pura Ulun Danu Batur on the northwest shore of the lake. This one is one of the top adventurous things to do in Bali.

Ubud Monkey Forest

The perfect destination for animal lovers and photography enthusiasts, the Ubud Monkey forest also called the Sacred monkey forest sanctuary is one of the most frequented areas of Bali. You can spot here huge groups of grey long-tailed macaques that inhabit here and also take amazing views of huge banyan and nutmeg trees. Other rare plants and moss-covered statues add to the beauty and symbolic appeal of this forest. The forest expresses the coexistence of humans and animals.

The rice terraces

Bali Rice field swing

Bali Rice field

The iconic Tegallalang or Jatiluwih rice terraces are one of the must-visit destinations in Bali. The photography enthusiasts will be thoroughly amazed at the wide variety of shots of the gorgeous emerald shaded, rice fields they can capture. You can enjoy the green landscapes either on foot or on your bicycle. The timeless beauty is a great way to enjoy the true beauty of Bali.

Shop until you drop at Seminyak

 Bali is popular for its fabulous designers and flamboyant shopping and you can find amazing designs on the streets of Seminyak. Gorgeous examples of Balinese design with top-notch designer fashion, swimwear, accessories, and furniture abound the shops and stalls here.

While Seminyak Square and Seminyak Village are quite exuberant malls, the smaller shops along the streets are perfect for some good deals. Better still, head to the Seminyak Flea Markets for awesome deals. You can also find the best restaurants and galleries here.

The gorgeous Kuta Beach

The perfect idea of a fun day out in Bali or a flavor of adventure sports, the Kuta beach is the most frequented beach in Bali. It is not only a surfer’s delight but also a paradise for those seeking some relaxation by the beachside. You may be flocked by hawkers but a simple no, thank you will help you get some peace back. You can lie down sunbathing and grab amazing views of the water all day.

Other, more peaceful beaches in Bali:

If you seek a bit more seclusion and peace on the island, you can head to Sanur or the Jimbaran Beach that is famous for its soft sands. Nusa Dua is an awesome opportunity for solitude too.

If surfing invigorates you, you can head to Dreamland, Canggu, Balangan, Bingin, Padang-Padang or the gorgeous Uluwatu with its coves covered by beautiful cliffs.

Bali is your perfect destination for a honeymoon, family travel or a solo escapade alike. It is beautifully endowed with numerous beaches, temples, wildlife safari parks, forest cover, and waterfalls. Photography enthusiasts will be thoroughly amazed at the multitude of options, Bali has to offer.

Visit Bali today and experience paradise at this spectacular island.

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