Indonesia ( Asia )
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Bali is categorised as Beachside

Seminiyak Beach - Photo Courtesy Jpatokal
Batur Volcano and Lake
Gunung Kawi (Photo Courtesy: chensiyuan)
Yoga in Bali - Photo Courtesty Semara Resort and Spa
View from a Villa in Bali
Botanical Garden Ubud
Bali Safari and Marine Park
Tree Walking at Bali Zoo
Animal Interaction at Bali Zoo
Ubud Rice Fields - Photo Courtesy Jpatokal
Canyoning at Gitgit Waterfall in Bali - Photo Courtesy Dleex07
Self Driving on Bali - Photo Courtesy Prathit Bhobe
Bali Coutryside - Photo Courtesy Prathit Bhobe
Bali Coutryside - Photo Courtesy Prathit Bhobe
Mother Temple of Besakih - Photo Courtesy Jack Merridew
Kuta Beach - Photo Courtesy Ibenkjoker
Tirtha Empul Temple - Photo Courtesy Chensiyuan
Tanah Lot Temple - Photo Courtesy Slleong

Reasons to Visit
  • Bali, a beach resort in Indonesia is the most popular tourist destination in the region
  • Bali a popular honeymoon destination, a renowned getaway and adventure sports destination.
  • Bali is renowned for its luxury resorts, boutique villa complexes and endless beaches
  • Bali is a mix of beach resorts and thick forests / mountains around it
  • Bali offers world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions
  • Bali has a distinct influence of Hinduism and therefore monuments are an attraction for Indians and those interest in history and cultural evolution
Know It
  • Guests from 63 countries are eligible for visa-on-arrival when visiting Bali and Indonesia including India. Indonesia enjoys a tropical climate, which gives a cool temperature all the year round. The east monsoon hits the place in the month of June to September and the west monsoon in the month of December to March which brings along with it rain. The highlands region is cool in comparison to the beaches. The average humidity is ranges from 75% to 100%.
Access Information
  • Nearest Airport -Bali
  • Bali is connected by Air with Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Kolkata

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    Tirta Empul Temple is a Hindu temple in the middle of Bali renowned for its holy water where local Hindus go for purification. Tirta Empul Temple was built in 962 A.D. during the Warmadewa dynasty at a site where there was a large water spring.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Holy Lake or Holy River
    "Nature's Education Center" at Ubud is home of more than 350 animals. Daily programs include animal feeding (lions, crocodiles, tigers etc.) as well as animal petting.
    Nature Park
    Botanical Garden in Ubud in Bali covers an area of five hectares. There are an Orchid Garden, a vast collection of ferns, palms, bamboos and tropical trees, as well as Bali's first maze.
    Tanah Lot is one of the important directional temples in Bali. The temple is located on a rock just offshore. It is said to be the work of revered 15th century Hindu priest Nirartha and forms an important element of Balinese spirtualism and mythology.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Safari park set in 40 hectares of land located near Gianyar; there are safari vehicles to cruise the park and interact with 400 animals from Asia including Indonesia, India, and Africa.
    Nature Park
    The Mother Temple of Besakih on the slopes of Mount Agung in eastern Bali is the most important, the largest and holiest temple of Hindu religion in Bali and one of a series of Balinese temples. It is Perched nearly 1000 meters above sea level and it is an extensive complex of 23 separate but related temples.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Adding oomph and worldliness to the marvellous catalogue of Bali, Seminyak is a flashy beach town with copious amounts of restaurants, clubs, galleries and designer shops. The long shore of Seminyak is lined with world-class hotels that raise the bar of the nightlife and sophistication. One can spend their entire holiday in this town!
    Lake or Riverside
    Gunung Kawi is a 11 century old temple and funerary complex in Tampaksiring in Bali spread across Pakerisan River. This temple comprises 10 rock cut shrines carved on a sheer cliff face. Each shrine is said to be a memorial of a member of the 11th century Balinese royalty.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Lake Batur is Bali's widest lake on the foothills of Mount Batur and Mount Abung. This lake is adjacent to the volcano and is surrounded by the high walls of the crater rim.
    Lake or Riverside
    City Lake
    One of Bali's six spiritual pillars, Uluwatu Temple sits on top of a cliff, 70 metres above sea level. As the sun seemingly dips into the Indian Ocean, the Balinese sculptures and gateways of the temple turn supremely eye pleasing. The Kecak dance performance adds splendour to this graceful temple in Bali.
    Temple or Holy Place
    Kintamani Volcano also called as Mount Batur is an active volcano at the centre of Mount Agung in Bali is a popular sightseeing point offering stunning views of the surrounding villages, volcano and of Lake Batur.
    Natural Wonders
  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    Several adventure travel companies in Bali offer exciting white water rafting tours (grade 2 to grade 4 rapids) on the Ayung river North-West of Ubud and during certain times of the year also on the Unda river North of Klungkung. You pass waterfalls and volcanic cliffs, deep sided gorges, tranquil rice terraces and remote villages.
    White Water Rafting
    Beach Resorts on different beaches in Bali organise snorkeling, banana boat rides, water ski, parasailing, etc. There are adventure companies that offer sail boats, catamarans, and boards for wind surfing especially along Jimbaran Beach.
    Submarine Safari takes guests about 70 feet below the sea of Amuk Bay, Padangbai. The small submarine can carry about 36 guests, and large port holes allow a view of the underwater reefs and corals, many marine creatures, and a large variety of fish including sharks.
    Marine Life watching
    Daily cruises take guests to nearby Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan islands off the South-East coast of Bali. Some of the boats which leave in the morning for the regular Island Cruises offer a Dinner Cruise starting in the evening.
    Sunset Cruise
    Seminyak is home to best known bungy jump site in Bali run by the New Zealand-based AJ Hackett group. The jump is 45 m over a pool, and there is an elevator to the top of the tower. Jumping right by the beach is spectacular at any time of the day or night.
    Bungee Jumping
    Tanjung Benoa used to be a fishing village but now the beach is a peninsula and a centre of water sports widely visited by travellers from different countries.

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Getting There

Locality NameDescriptionSuitable ForHotels (Nos)
DenpasarDenpasar is the arrival point for tourists and administrative centre of BaliTransit/Business-
KutaKuta is by far the most developed area in Bali. Recommended for guests looking for shopping, restaurants and night-life Getaway1
SeminyakSeminyak is a quieter area home to more upscale beachside resorts and villas with some fashionable upscale restaurants and trendy bars and dance clubsHoliday/Getaway-
UbudUbud is the centre of art and dance in the foothills, with several museums, the monkey forest and lots of arts and crafts shopsHoliday-
Nusa Dua BeachNusa Dua is an exclusive beach ahead of Kuta where destination resorts such as Nusa Dua Beach Resort is located. The area has a luxurious 18-hole golf course, white-golden sandy beaches and much more.Holiday/Getaway1
Airport in Bali
  • Denpasar International Airport ( DPS ) , Bali
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