Bali – the famous ‘Island of Gods’ is one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations. Sandwiched between the islands of Java and Lombok in Central Indonesia, Bali features a compelling mix of attractions: from sacred Hindu temples over world-class trekking opportunities to lush rice paddies & mouthwatering street food – the island’s stunning diversity pulls
Bali is a favorite destination for tourists looking for exotic adventures, romantic getaways, or spiritual experiences. A recent survey in the Jakarta Post reported how it is now the most popular destination in South East Asia by a significant margin – this survey also revealed that almost 60 per cent of visitors have plans to
Some of the best waterfalls on Bali are to be found in the north of the island and include Git Git Waterfall, Les Waterfalls, and Sekupul Waterfalls. There are also some other options in central and southern Bali which will be easier for people staying in some of the most popular tourist areas to reach.
It is usual for visitors to Bali to pass through Pandangbai on their way to nearby islands. This charming fishing village makes a perfect stopover for anyone who is looking for a relaxing break. The local beaches are the main attraction, but there are also plenty of bars and restaurants where visitors can relax and
Sanur is a beach town in easy reach of Denpasar. It was during the 1920s when this sleepy backwater first began to welcome foreign visitors, and for a few years it was something of an artist’s haven. The Belgian painter Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur lived here. Since the 1960s the area has been attracting tourists from
The Beautiful Rice Fields of Bali Bali is undoubtedly a beautiful part of the world, but if forced to choose one aspect of its charm many visitors would single out the local rice fields for special mention. The emerald green rice terraces in central Bali are regularly featured in postcards because they are just so