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Bali - Natural beauty and authentic culture

The 5,780-square-kilometer island has more than 4,300 hotels to choose from. From luxury resorts to authentic Balinese Villas. 

 

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Among the more than 17,000 islands in Indonesia, Bali still shines the brightest in terms of tourism. There are countless other tropical destinations, but for millions of tourists each year, this fascinating island is the favourite. The rich culture has been enchanting tourists who come to the island for the last few hundred years.

Tourism in Bali is focused around the beaches and towns in the south of the island. Kuta attracts the young partygoers, Canggu has its hipsters, Ubud is where the yogis gather, Seminyak for the young and rich and Nusa Dua is where you go for your all inclusive 5 star resorts. It’s this diversity which makes Bali such an easy choice for a relaxing holiday.

The unending list of stunning beaches is probably the most obvious reason to visit this tropical paradise in the Indonesian archipelago. Each beach has its own charm, from soft white sand and limestone cliffs to extreme water sports and diving. From the mainstream Kuta and luxurious Nusa Dua neighbourhoods to hidden, remote beaches away from the crowds, there’s a beach for everyone, every need and every mood.

Leaving the city behind, you are quickly surrounded by paddy fields and thick forested hills. The roads lead you through small villages and isolated temples perched on the slopes of the hills, the perfect place for a bicycle tour. In the highlands there are dozens of tumbling waterfalls where you can go for a swim, which lead into the rushing rivers where people go white water rafting. Or if you’re feeling adventurous you can spend your time jumping off waterfalls and abseiling on a day of canyoning. There’s an activity for every adventurous soul in Bali. Catch the surf breaks at Bali’s most popular surfing spots or rent a board and start learning to ride the waves. Jump from the cliffs and slide down a natural waterslide in Aling-Aling Waterfall, or enjoy intricate artificial slides and other activities at the Waterbom. Descend into the sea inside a submarine, dive by yourself or experience walking on the seabed. You name it, Bali has it.

Beyond stunning beaches and magical temples, Bali has virtually every kind of natural beauty. Glorious mountainous areas with lush greenery, scenic lakes, gorgeous waterfalls, iconic rice fields, flower gardens, gushing sacred rivers and secret canyons all make up the island’s landscape.

Matching Bali’s natural wonders are its ever-growing choice of awesome accommodations. From lavish resorts to affordable hostels, developers go all-out to create outstanding, well-equipped and enjoyable places to stay. Private villas can even be rented at unbelievably affordable prices. Many resorts and hotels have splendid swimming and infinity pools, most of which are attractions in themselves.

Bali’s rich and fertile soil, and it’s fascinating traditional recipes, have created a distinctive cuisine. Traditional Balinese meals can be enjoyed as street food or fine dining, and you can learn how to cook them yourself by taking part in a culinary masterclasses in Ubud. Bali also has no shortage of restaurants with international menus — American, Mexican, Greek, Chinese, French, Indian. There are also many restaurants serving organic, vegan or even raw food.

The Balinese create art wherever and whenever possible. Luckily for tourists, that means galleries in every neighbourhood, traditional art products in many stores, murals on every corner, and an overall artistic vibe throughout the island. Tourists can shop for handmade arts, from humble wood key chains to high-end artistic pieces.

The Balinese are the friendliest people. Making new friends is easier here than anywhere else, as locals are often interested in engaging in a conversation with anyone, including tourists. Their friendliness and genuine warmth have made tourists feel at home for decades.

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