Bali is a living postcards, and Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. It soaks up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, and it commune with the tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges.
As one of the biggest provinces in Indonesia, Bali is located between Java and Lombok, the westernmost point of Lesser Sunda Islands. This island is a home to over 4 million people, , with the majority of the population following the Hindu religion and culture. People from all over the world flock to Bali to experience traditional food, historic music and a vast array of tourist markets.
One of the most important places to visit in Bali are of course the stunning temples as Ulun Danu Temple with his amidst inspiring scenery and Tanah Temple located on a rock, constructed in 15th century. This famous Sea Temple has its part in the Balinese mythology.
The island has also one of the best beaches in the world and spectacular vistas surrounding you. Take your time and surf while enjoying the sunsets. Truly captivating experience is watching the Balinese dance, an ancient art form of a religious expression and an integral part of their culture. A common sight in Bali are terraced fields, which have been cultivated for literally thousands of years and add to the island’s allure.
Depending your budget, Bali has a huge range of accommodation: approximately 90 000 rooms. If you want just to relax by the pool you can choose Nusa Dua. Away from Kuta, but still near nice restaurants and shopping are either Legian or Seminyak, with some lovely hotels in the area.
But, Bali is much more than the beaches and temples. With its special vibe, essence and something authentic, this island has touched and inspired visitors from all over the world since years. Maybe it has something to do with the Balinese themselves and their warm and welcoming character. Let it be your next vacation choice.