Bali island is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia and it has not only a great collection of beaches, but also exciting inland destinations. Check out the legendary beaches and coastlines but venture out further to Bali's southern peninsula, wander the marine life in the North and explore the hidden temples and palaces of the ancient kingdom.
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Exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops. Towering volcanoes and pristine jungles greet you with plenty to see and do. Different seascapes await you with exciting surf locations and world-class diving spots. Beach clubs and calm bays, flowing rice fields, valleys and forested rivers offer plenty of opportunities to explore, have fun or just relax.
Still not sure where and what to do? We are dedicated to show you the real face of Bali and to help you to find and enjoy those once in a lifetime moments. Read more about the culture, history and special places and get inspired!
Thousands of ornate stone temples and pretty pagodas adorn the tropical island of Bali, lending it a spiritual air that has been intoxicating for long decades. It would be almost impossible to visit Bali without setting foot inside a pura (a Balinese Hindu temple) or shrine of some sort, but there are a handful of heart-stirring places on the island that travellers really should see.
With it’s amazing, breathtaking underwater views Bali is a dream destination for many scuba divers with so much diversity, you can easily feel overwhelmed with what to see, what to do and where to dive or snorkel. Shore dives or deep-sea drift adventures, muck diving and wooden wrecks, you name it you can dive it in Bali.
Bali is an exotic mix of spectacular beaches, turquoise seascapes, breathtaking sunsets, scenic volcanic mountains, evergreen rice terraces, hidden waterfalls and alluring temples. The island has this magical quality drawing you into its scenic beauty, allowing to experience serenity and tranquility like never before.
Tourism in Indonesia is constantly growing and it's one of the driving sectors of the economy, especially in regions like Bali, but is it sustainable?
Sustainable tourism is to ensure that the de-velopment of the sector is a positive experi-ence for local people; tourism companies; and tourists themselves.
We are committed to making a low impact on the environment and local culture, while helping to generate future employment for local people and raise environmental awareness of tourists and local people alike.