As the world’s main tourism destination in Indonesia, Bali is renowned for its culture, arts, music, dance, sculpture, painting, jewelry making and many more. The island’s countless natural irreplaceable attractions enchant worldwide travelers to come and explore.
With its perfect climate (temperature averaging 31 Celsius, 88 Fahrenheit), Bali is mostly sunny all year round; thus creating the perfect condition to explore the volcanoes, rice fields terraces, remote beaches, stunning cliffs, famous surf breaks and the majestic thousands-year-old temples.
Start your day with a walk in the evergreen rice terraces in Jatiluwih where all you can see are all green, landscaped like rice paddy fields as if they were nature made stairways and nothing but. Relax and absorb the nature’s raw energy to replenish your mind, body, and spirit.
Eat and Shop in Bali’s pride, Kuta – Seminyak area where budget shoppers to the designers savvy are satisfied. Go discover the art market, talk and bargain with the locals for Balinese products and cool off in the sassy cum trendy boutiques in Seminyak where even Hollywood stars were seen walking with fellow shoppers. Dine in the most stunning restaurants, Cafes, Warungs, bakeries, eateries, booths and carts serving the most authentic international dishes from around the globe, where local and internationally acclaimed chefs makes the food fresh daily.
Reconnect with your inner self in the most stunning beaches of Jimbaran and Nusa Dua area, visit the award winning Mulia Hotel as one of the major leading hotel in the world. Live in the lavish lifestyle in the 5 stars resorts found in the area. See the fire Kecak Dance in the biggest temple in Bali of Uluwatu, perched atop the cliff in the most southern tip of the island. Nothing compares to the sunset you see here in Balangan Beach, Sawangan, Pandawa and many more undiscovered beaches known only to locals.
Take the most demanded photoshots in the one and only Tanah Lot Temple, built on the rocks separated from the mainland, it is truly one of its kind. Discover the most authentic local dishes on the surrounding warungs, ask to the locals.
Bali would not be Bali without Ubud, the capital of everything art and the heart of the island. Visit the Monkey forest, go paint with the artists in the painters village, make potteries, meditate, be healed, rafting, dine and fall in love with the true essence of Balinese life. Ceremonies are held daily by the locals where you can witness the process of one’s birth to one’s passing as the events of life itself.