Bali, Indonesia Travel Guide

Bali sunset
Geographically located in Asia's southernmost country of Indonesia and north of Australia, tropical Bali is the one of the world's top visited islands. Blessed with sunshine throughout the year, Bali never stops resonating its wonders to the world. Exotic temples in Tanah Lot, the monkey forest in Ubud, gorgeous beaches and lively nightlife in Legian, and the exotic Kecak and Barong dances; those are what Bali, the Island of the Gods, is mostly known for. However, Bali has more to offer beyond the usual attractions.

Explore a little further, and you shall soon forge a new impression of Bali. Besides the sun, sand, sea and seemingly endless partying, how about delving into local culture and being witness to the Pandanus War in a remote village called Tenganan, or releasing baby turtles to the Indian Ocean? Be intrigued, as you take in the beautiful Balinese costumes with its intricate design. If being on land can no longer satisfy the travel junkie in you, you are welcome to enjoy the underwater world from a submarine at Amuk Bay!

Whilst it would be hard to miss the beautiful Balinese houses with shrines at their front yard, the real treasures of Bali are her people. Known for their warm personalities, gentle disposition and great culinary skills, one can look forward to tasting mouth-watering local specialties!
Easily accessible with direct flights from Europe, America, Australia and most Asian countries, there’s nothing much to stop one from visiting the Island of the Gods!
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