Bali is an island in Indonesia which is known for its volcanic mountains, pristine beaches, temples, coral reefs and nightlife. The island has a number of breathtaking resort towns and is well known for yoga, meditation retreats and exuberant bars. Bali is also home to numerous religious sites and provides a contemporary tropical island paradise with its stunning resorts and various recreational activities. Denpasar is the capital city of Bali.
The island of the Gods has countless great beaches and a population of 4.2 million. There are home-stays that are run by the local Balinese families, luxurious beach resorts as well as beautiful private villas with pools. Bali offers 1 to 9 bedroom villas with 24 hours staff service. Tourists have a wide range of options to choose from when it comes to selecting their accommodation.
Bali has an essence that is indescribably inspired by its visitors from across the world. The Balinese themselves are so welcoming in their character that no one visiting this island will feel like an outsider. The people are full of warmth and have a special vibe. The restaurants, spas, clubs, world-class activities and shopping – everything is at fair prices.
Bali loves the night and is one of the major clubbing destinations in South East Asia. The nightlife is incredible and whatever may be the preference of the tourists for food, drink or entertainment, Bali never lets them down. The top things to do when in Bali are Rafting, Scuba diving, cruising and shopping. River Rafting is a must-do in Bali and the best way to enjoy a day. The Bali Bird Park includes more than 250 species and 1000 birds and is definitely a must-see attraction in Bali
The temples are the heartbeat of Bali and are unique in their architecture. There are strict instructions about the dress code required to enter these temples. Traditional religion is an extremely important part of the people of Bali. Decent clothes or sarong must be worn otherwise entry might be denied.