BALI-total free voyage for 3 night and 4 days

Bali, the famed Island of the Gods, with its varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides all providing a picturesque backdrop to its colourful, deeply spiritual and unique culture, stakes a serious claim to be paradise on earth. With world-class surfing and diving, a large number of cultural, historical and archaeological attractions, and an enormous range of accommodations, this is one of the world’s most popular island destinations and one which consistently wins travel awards. Bali has something to offer a very Broadway market of visitors from young back-packers right through to the super-rich.

Bali is one of more than 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago and is located just over 2  kilometers (almost 1.5 miles) from the eastern tip of the island of Java and west of the island of Lombok. The island, home to about 4 million people, is approximately 144 kilometres (90 mi.) from east to west and 80 kilometres (50 mi.) north to south.

The word “paradise” is used a lot in Bali and not without reason. The combination of friendly, hospitable people, a magnificently visual culture infused with spirituality and (not least) spectacular beaches with great surfing and diving have made Bali Indonesia’s unrivaled number one tourist attraction. Eighty percent of international visitors to Indonesia visit Bali and Bali alone.

The popularity is not without its flip side— like many places in the island’s South, once paradisiacal Kuta has degenerated into a congested warren of concrete with touts and scammers extracting a living by overcharging tourists. The island’s visibility has also drawn the unwanted attention of terrorists in 2002 and 2005; however, Bali has managed to retain its magic. Bali is a wonderful destination with something for everyone, and though heavily traveled, it is still easy to find some peace and quiet if you like. Avoid the South of the island if you want a more traditional and genuine Balinese experience.

A consideration is the tourist season and Bali can get very crowded in August and September and again at Christmas and New Year. Australians also visit during school holidays in early April, late June, and late September, while domestic tourists from elsewhere in Indonesia visit during national holidays. Outside these peak seasons, Bali can be surprisingly quiet and good discounts on accommodation are often available.

The modest dress is expected in Bali. Although bikinis are fine on the beaches and in hotel swimming pools, they are not appropriate while shopping, eating in restaurants.

Bali Annual Average Climate

AveragesJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDec
Rainfall (mm)34728721394767050234090154293
Temp (°C)27.627.727.627.827.326.625.925.826.427.227.827.7
Min Temp (°C)252525252525242424252525
Max Temp (°C)303030303029282829303030

So the best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry seasonBali experiences only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. Throughout the year, the daytime temps hover between the mid-80s and low 90s, with only the humidity and precipitation patterns changing.

TRAVEL-You can come to Bali via flight or bus or train from different places.Here are some flight’s arrivals and departures of denpasar airport,Bali,given below,-

Departures

SCHEDULEDREVISEDTOFLIGHTSTATUS
07:4507:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 663Departed On-Time
08:2008:20Bandung (BDO)Citilink CTV 822Departed On-Time
08:5508:55Bima (BMU)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1826Departed On-Time
09:3009:30Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6501Departed On-Time
09:3009:30Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Nam Air IN* 654On-Time
09:5009:50Waingapu (WGP)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1884On-Time
09:5509:55Praya (LOP)Citilink CTV 1672On-Time
10:0010:00Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 8413Departed On-Time
10:1510:15Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 695Departed On-Time
10:1510:15Bima (BMU)Nam Air IN* 650On-Time
10:2010:20Tambolaka (TMC)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1832Departed On-Time
10:2010:23Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7511Departed On-Time
10:3010:30Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Batik Air ID* 6331Departed On-Time
10:3510:35Alor Island (ARD)Nam Air IN* 254On-Time
10:4010:40Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 921Departed On-Time
10:4510:45Dili (DIL)Sriwijaya Air SJ 270On-Time
10:5010:50Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1830Departed On-Time
11:0011:00Jakarta (CGK)Lion Air JT* 31On-Time
11:0010:55Kupang (KOE)Garuda Indonesia GA 438Departed On-Time
11:0511:05Kupang (KOE)Lion Air JT* 924Departed On-Time
11:1011:10Praya (LOP)Lion Air JT* 828Departed On-Time
11:2511:25Maumere (MOF)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1820Departed On-Time
12:0012:00Bima (BMU)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1836Departed On-Time
12:0012:05Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 407
Codeshare: AM 7410 / EY 7109
Departed On-Time
12:1512:15Jakarta (HLP)Citilink CTV 195On-Time
12:1512:15Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 697On-Time
12:4512:45Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 6413On-Time
13:0013:00Jakarta (CGK)Sriwijaya Air SJ 261On-Time
13:0012:49Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 417Departed On-Time
13:0513:05Banyuwangi (BWX)Citilink CTV 1683On-Time
13:3013:45Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7521Departed 15 minutes late
13:4013:40Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 923On-Time
13:4013:40Balikpapan (BPN)Citilink CTV 445On-Time
13:4513:45Tambolaka (TMC)Nam Air IN* 640On-Time
13:5013:50Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6515Departed On-Time
13:5013:50Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6330On-Time
14:1514:40Praya (LOP)Garuda Indonesia GA 450Delayed 25 minutes
14:2014:20Bandung (BDO)Lion Air JT* 3961On-Time
14:2014:20Ujung Pandang (UPG)Lion Air JT* 740On-Time
14:4514:49Bandung (BDO)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 750On-Time
15:0015:00Semarang (SRG)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1803On-Time
15:0015:00Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 669On-Time
15:0015:00Praya (LOP)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1848On-Time
15:3015:30Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6513On-Time
15:4015:40Ujung Pandang (UPG)Citilink CTV 342On-Time
15:4515:45Surakarta (SOC)Lion Air JT* 925On-Time
16:0016:00Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 681On-Time
16:0516:05Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 411
Codeshare: AM 7414 / KL 4055 / TK 9371
On-Time
16:0516:05Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 699On-Time
16:0516:05Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7531On-Time
16:3016:30Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6060On-Time
16:4016:40Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 919On-Time
16:4516:45Semarang (SRG)Nam Air IN* 255On-Time
16:4516:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 683On-Time
17:1017:10Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6505On-Time
17:3017:30Surabaya (SUB)Nam Air IN* 261On-Time
17:3517:35Jakarta (CGK)Sriwijaya Air SJ 273On-Time
18:0018:00Surakarta (SOC)Nam Air IN* 475On-Time
18:0518:05Surabaya (SUB)Garuda Indonesia GA 341On-Time
18:1518:15Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 687On-Time
18:1518:15Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6517On-Time
18:2018:20Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 8131On-Time
18:3018:30Jakarta (HLP)Citilink CTV 197On-Time
18:4018:40Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 419
Codeshare: AM 7422
On-Time
18:5018:50Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 685On-Time
19:0519:05Surabaya (SUB)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 628On-Time
19:1519:15Surabaya (SUB)Garuda Indonesia GA 3414Cancelled
19:3019:30Jakarta (CGK)Lion Air JT* 43On-Time
19:3019:30Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7515On-Time
20:1020:10Yogyakarta (JOG)Nam Air IN* 275On-Time
20:4520:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 689On-Time
21:3521:35Ujung Pandang (UPG)Sriwijaya Air SJ 726On-Time
21:5021:50Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 691On-Time
22:4022:40Surabaya (SUB)Sriwijaya Air SJ 265On-Time

Arrivals

SCHEDULEDREVISEDFROMFLIGHTSTATUS
21:1521:15Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 690Arrived On-Time
08:5508:55Jakarta (CGK)Sriwijaya Air SJ 272On-Time
09:2009:20Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 8412On-Time
09:4009:40Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 694Arrived On-Time
09:5009:50Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6506Arrived On-Time
09:5009:50Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6331On-Time
09:5509:55Semarang (SRG)Nam Air IN* 254On-Time
09:5509:45Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7510Arrived On-Time
10:0010:00Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1831Arrived On-Time
10:0010:00Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 920On-Time
10:0009:57Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 402
Codeshare: AM 7405 / TK 9364
Arrived On-Time
10:0010:00Praya (LOP)Lion Air JT* 955On-Time
10:2010:20Maumere (MOF)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1821Arrived On-Time
10:2510:25Surakarta (SOC)Lion Air JT* 924Arrived On-Time
10:3010:30Ujung Pandang (UPG)Lion Air JT* 741On-Time
10:4510:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 682On-Time
11:3511:35Bima (BMU)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1827On-Time
11:4511:45Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6061On-Time
11:4511:45Jakarta (HLP)Citilink CTV 192On-Time
12:0012:00Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 404
Codeshare: AM 7407 / KL 3971 / NH 5550 / TK 9366
Arrived On-Time
12:1012:10Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Nam Air IN* 655On-Time
12:2012:20Praya (LOP)Citilink CTV 1673On-Time
12:4512:45Waingapu (WGP)Nam Air IN* 663On-Time
12:5012:50Praya (LOP)Lion Air JT* 829On-Time
13:0013:00Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 922On-Time
13:0013:00Balikpapan (BPN)Citilink CTV 444On-Time
13:0513:05Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7520Arrived On-Time
13:1013:10Labuan Bajo (LBJ)Batik Air ID* 6330On-Time
13:1513:15Waingapu (WGP)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1885On-Time
13:2513:25Tambolaka (TMC)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1833Arrived On-Time
13:3014:00Surabaya (SUB)Garuda Indonesia GA 342Arrived 30 minutes late
13:4013:40Bandung (BDO)Lion Air JT* 3960On-Time
13:5513:55Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6512On-Time
14:1014:10Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 668On-Time
14:2014:20Surabaya (SUB)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 629Arrived On-Time
14:3514:32Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 408
Codeshare: AM 7409
Arrived On-Time
14:4014:40Bima (BMU)Wings Air (Indonesia) IW 1837On-Time
14:4514:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 684On-Time
14:5514:55Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 696On-Time
15:0515:05Bima (BMU)Nam Air IN* 651On-Time
15:1515:15Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 6412On-Time
15:1515:15Kupang (KOE)Lion Air JT* 925On-Time
15:2515:20Kupang (KOE)Garuda Indonesia GA 439On-Time
15:4015:40Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7532On-Time
15:4015:40Dili (DIL)Sriwijaya Air SJ 271On-Time
16:0016:00Surabaya (SUB)Lion Air JT* 910On-Time
16:0516:05Alor Island (ARD)Nam Air IN* 255On-Time
16:1516:15Tambolaka (TMC)Nam Air IN* 641On-Time
16:3016:30Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6504On-Time
17:2017:20Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 410On-Time
17:2017:20Praya (LOP)Garuda Indonesia GA 451On-Time
17:3017:30Surabaya (SUB)Batik Air ID* 8130On-Time
17:3517:35Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6514On-Time
17:4517:45Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 686On-Time
17:5517:55Jakarta (CGK)Sriwijaya Air SJ 260On-Time
18:0018:00Jakarta (HLP)Citilink CTV 194On-Time
18:1018:10Bandung (BDO)Citilink CTV 825On-Time
18:3018:30Jakarta (CGK)Lion Air JT* 40On-Time
18:4018:36Bandung (BDO)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 751On-Time
19:0519:05Jakarta (CGK)Indonesia AirAsia QZ 7514On-Time
19:4019:40Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 688On-Time
19:4519:45Surabaya (SUB)Nam Air IN* 260On-Time
19:4519:45Jakarta (CGK)Garuda Indonesia GA 424
Codeshare: AM 7423 / EY 8147 / KL 4032 / TK 9360 / WY 5424
On-Time
19:4519:45Jakarta (CGK)Lion Air JT* 26On-Time
19:5019:50Jakarta (CGK)Batik Air ID* 6516On-Time
20:1020:10Surabaya (SUB)Citilink CTV 698On-Time
20:3520:35Ujung Pandang (UPG)Sriwijaya Air SJ 727On-Time
21:1521:15Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 690On-Time
21:5021:50Surabaya (SUB)Sriwijaya Air SJ 264On-Time
00:3500:35Jakarta (HLP)Citilink CTV 196On-Time
01:0001:00Jakarta (CGK)Citilink CTV 666On-Time

HOTELS-There are a lots of hotels and guest houses in Bali.Here we are brought to you some finest deals for you,on behalf of your favourities.The informations are given below,-

Top RatedBreakfast included

The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana₹ 20,627

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Padma Resort Ubud₹ 30,280₹ 16,133

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Aksari Resort Ubud₹ 14,480

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Viceroy Bali₹ 48,387

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Tejaprana Bisma₹ 10,132

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Natya Resort Ubud₹ 14,893₹ 13,539

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Maya Sanur Resort and Spa₹ 8,674

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The Laguna, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali₹ 8,692

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U Paasha Seminyak₹ 4,098

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The Anvaya Beach Resort Bali₹ 9,808₹ 7,897

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MELIA BALI₹ 14,401₹ 7,175

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Grand Zuri Kuta Bali₹ 3,758

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Natya Hotel Kuta₹ 3,002

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The Apurva Kempinski Bali₹ 18,761

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Atanaya Hotel₹ 1,896

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Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort₹ 20,901

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ARTOTEL Sanur₹ 3,352₹ 2,771

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Hilton Bali Resort₹ 5,309₹ 4,826

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Lv8 Resort Hotel₹ 4,439

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Swiss Belhotel Tuban₹ 1,547₹ 1,406

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Asvara Villa Ubud₹ 9,595₹ 8,723

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Adiwana Unagi Suites₹ 5,643₹ 4,718

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Samabe Bali Suites & Villas₹ 22,946

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InterContinental Bali Resort₹ 8,141₹ 7,338

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Kaamala Resort Ubud₹ 9,769₹ 8,881

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The Sankara Resort Ubud by Pramana₹ 8,217

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Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa & Spa₹ 17,947

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Murni’s Houses & Spa₹ 4,711₹ 4,283

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Double-Six Luxury Hotel Seminyak₹ 12,567

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Ketut’s Place Bed & Breakfast Ubud₹ 3,839₹ 2,729

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TOURIST PLACES-

Bali Temples

Uluwatu-Temple-Bali - Bali Tourism Guide

Uluwatu Temple

Perched precariously on the edge of cliff, overlooking the crashing waves is Uluwatu Temple. The temple is considered to be one of 6 spiritual pillars in Bali, and strategically guarded by the monkeys that reside in the surrounding forest. It is one of the most popular places to visit in Bali, especially when the sun sets. Sunset is one of the most stunning bursts of orange you’ll ever see.

Regardless of where the sun is in the sky, the temple is a great place for those looking to explore Balinese culture. There are daily Kecak dance performances, as well as a chance to marvel at ancient Balinese architecture. Kecak dance performances are held just before sunset at 6-7pm, but watch out for those territorial monkeys as they are pros at  swiping tourist’s possessions. (If it happens to you, trade with the monkeys using treats such as nuts or bananas). There is no public transportation to take you to the temple, so it is best to order a pre-arranged taxi to take you to and from the destination.

Pura-Besakih-Hindu_Temple - Bali Tourism Guide

Other notable temples that should be on your list of things to see include Besakih Temple and Tanah Lot Temple.

Bersakih Temple

Besakih Temple has been known as Bali’s ‘Mother Temple’ for over 1000-years, and holds the title proudly on its fine sculptured features. Located up Mount Agung this temple is considered to be a special pilgrimage by the Balinese people. The temple is made up of seven different areas, known to represent the seven layers of the universe, however only the Pura Besakih part of the temple is open to anyone regardless of background or religion (others are reserved for pilgrims).

pura-tanah-lot-temple - Bali Tourism Guide

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is an incredibly important landmark for Bali; it is located on a rock formation in the middle of the water, constantly being berated by crashing waves. Visitors are unable to enter the sacred grounds, but just being able to take in the surroundings from this iconic temple is more than enough. Plus, you’re guaranteed to feel like a true free-spirit climbing around this mini- island, located just off the Beraban Village.

Ubud Monkey Forest

Monkeys-in-Ubud-Bali - Bali Tourism Guide

As you’ll soon learn, Bali is abundant with monkeys! Lying in the Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana is the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary inhabited by grey-haired macaques. Don’t be fooled by their big eyes and plush fur, these monkeys are greedy devils and will take your belongings before you’ve even noticed.

As mentioned before you can try and barter for your belongings with treats, but best to just keep them close. A visit to this sanctuary is as exciting as it is entertaining, however just keep an eye out for these cheeky devils, and remember they’re live animals.

You may notice the monkeys are in some of the carvings around the temples. It’s quite cool to see something etched in history, still very much alive today.

Elephant Safari Park

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If monkeys are not your thing you’d rather rub shoulders with gentle giants, then visit the Elephant Safari Park. This park is operated by Bali Adventurer tours and offers visitors a chance to explore the Balinese jungle on the backs of these magnificent animals. The park is open from 8am-6pm and is located in the village of Taro, around 30minutes north of Ubud.

The luxurious Elephant Safari Park Hotel is located right next to the park so you’re sure to be close-by to all the fun adventures.

Bali Safari and Marine Park

The Bali Safari and Marine Park is home to over 60 species, including endangered creatures such as the Orang Utan, Komodo Dragon and Bali Mynah. Jump aboard a special safari bus and view exotic creatures such as Himalayan bears, wildebeest and lions (as well as many more) in vast enclosures that replicate their natural habitat.

Alternatively, get personal with baby Orang Utans, feed the animals and watch exciting animal shows. This is a wonderful opportunity to spend a great day out with family and friends; as well as the animals the park has a mini-theme park, great restaurants and cultural areas where you can find out more about Bali and its heritage. The park is open from 9am-7pm, and only costs start from around 3,500 rupees per person, depending what you want from your day.

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Gili Islands

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There are three desert islands off the coast of Bali: Gili T, Gili Air and Gili Meno.

Each island offers something different for tourists, so there is something for everyone. Surrounding these islands are all manner of exotic sea creatures and swimming in the warm waters is an adventure in itself.

All motorised transport is banned on the islands, so the only way to get around is by foot, bicycle or hitching a ride in one of the pony-carts (their version of a taxi!). All of the islands are accessible by boat, there are plenty of operators on the mainland (mainly leaving from Pandang Bai) and between the islands.

Gili T 

The largest of the three islands attracts many a tourist looking for all sorts to do. It is definitely a place where you can party, but is also a great place for those looking to dive into the waters and swim with the fishes! Other activities, besides exploring the island, include riding horses along the beach and pitching up with a BBQ to watch the sunset over Paradise. There are several bars that really liven up the evening on the island, it is definitely considered to be a party-like island once the sun goes down, so bring your dancing shoes.

Gili Air

This island is far more peaceful and less popular than Gili T; it really is for those looking to put their feet up, relax and bask in their surroundings. The island is so small that it is easy to trek around in approximately 2.5hrs, but make sure you pack adequate supplies as this path truly is off the beaten path. There are plenty of chances to go snorkelling and spot the turtles that call these waters home.

Gili Meno 

As with Gili Air, this island is nowhere near as bustling as Gili T and for this reason is popular with those looking to escape the real world or honeymooners looking for seclusion.

 

More Things to do in Bali

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Tegallalang Rice Terraces

There are a number of rice paddies in Bali, but Tegallalang provides the most awe-inspiring view of Bali.

This iconic area of Bali is owned by the friendliest of farmers who invites you to try his green coconut drink and explore his ancient lands for only a small fee. This truly is a prime photography location, and you’ll have the opportunity to explore the nearby village of Pakudui where you’re guaranteed to find a great souvenir.

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Nature in Bali

We haven’t even scratched the surface of all the wonderful things Bali has to offer its visitors. Other attractions include the Bali Zoo or Atlas Pearl Farm where you see how the Pearls for jewellery are cultivated.

There are a great number of trekking activities, such as visiting Blahmantung Waterfall and swimming in its waters or really getting underwater and going for a SeaWalk on the bed of the Balinese waters.

Water plays a huge role in your visit to Bali, additional to all of the previously mentioned activities, you can learn to surf in Pandang Pandang or watch the dolphins in Lovina.

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Balinese Handicrafts

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If you’re looking to taste Balinese culture in an alternative way, head down to the Ubud Art Market where you can shop for all manner of things, from silks to hand-crafted goods. Recognise the place when you get there? Well that’s because it featured in Hollywood blockbuster Eat, Pray, Love.

Finally, make sure you head to Arma (Agung Rai Museum of Art) and spend an afternoon looking at some of the most colourful, fascinating and avant-garde pieces you’re likely to ever come across. Not to mention the museum itself is a set in a beautiful, dense, tropical forest.

So,explore,experience,and enjoy Bali with a little bit help of us,thank you.

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