Bali is one of the islands of Indonesia located in an Inidan Ocean. It is a very affordable destination with an extremely hospitable locals. Geograhically Bali is one of the most diverse and beautiful destinations in the world
Bali may be a small island (you can drive around the whole island in one day) but as a destination it is massive. Everyone that has ever travelled to Bali has a different reason why Bali is spectacular destination. Rice terraces, enchanting temples, stunning resorts, beautiful traditional dances, hundreds of white sandy beaches are just some of the images people cherish.
Bali has been one of the most popular destination for Australian travellers for decades. There is affection for this destination that has a long history. Not only is Bali absolutely beautiful geographically, but the locals engage the visitors with the spirit of its people. Locals are extremely friendly, always more than happy to help!
Some of the areas that you should visit in Bali are: Kuta - the manic whirl of this place great luxury of Seminyak; beautiful mistry treks and amazing volcanos of Ubud; easy-going and peacuful beach towns like Amed, Lovina and Pemuteran; just a boat ride away is a laidback idyllic area of Nusa Lembongan.
As you stumble upon the exquisite little offerings left all over the island that materialise as if by magic, you will see that the tiny tapestry of colours and textures is a metaphor for Bali itself.
And those are just some of the more obvious qualities. A visit to Bali means that you are in the most visitor-friendly island of Indonesia. There are pleasures for the body, such as massage on the beach or a hedonistic interlude in a sybaritic spa. Shopping that will put ‘extra bag' at the top of your list. Food and drink ranging from the freshest local cuisine bursting with the flavours of the markets to food from around the globe, often prepared by chefs and served in restaurants that are world class. From a cold Bintang at sunset to an epic night clubbing in Kuta, your social whirl is limited only by your own fortitude.
Temperature in Bali hardly ever changes, it is a pretty constant 30C throughout the year, with night temperatures dropping to comfortable 22C. Areas around Ubud and central highlands tend to have milder temperatures, where the areas of northern and eastern regions are generally warmer and drier. Summer months in Bali are from November to February and this season is usually called wet season. Even though this period is a wet season, it usually means that most of the days are find with showers only occasionally occuring late afternoon or at night.
Even though georaphically small, culturaly Bali is as big as destinations can be. Let Bali inspire, spoil and pamper you!