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Bali Indonesia Land of the Heaven

Bali Indonesia Land of the Heaven
Bali Indonesia Land of the Heaven

Bali Indonesia Land of the Heaven

Also known as the Kingdom of God and Land of the Heaven, Bali is fascinated by its pure natural beauty; towering volcanoes and lush terraced rice fields create calm and tranquility. Also known as Surfers Paradise! Bali is captivated by dramatic dances, colorful ceremonies, handicrafts, luxury beach resorts, and exciting nightlife. And you will find intricately carved temples everywhere.

The Handcrafts of the Gods

There are thousands of gift marts in Bali. There are many things to bring back from Denpasar to Ubud. Typical Balinese souvenirs range from delicious snacks and drinks to exquisite handmade products such as Tenun Bali. If you’re thinking of bringing home souvenirs, the Scowatti souvenir market, which can be overwhelming, is the best choice. Most star hotels are near the beach. Some beaches also have private spots where you can enjoy unique benefits. You can easily find it in popular areas such as Kuta, Sanur, and Seminyak. Kuta has many boutiques and shops selling everything from colorful T-shirts, surfwear, and flip-flops to creative trinkets. Bali coffee is the most fragrant if you plan to buy dried fish. You can also purchase essential oils for aromatherapy to make it drizzle in the bath.

Savor the Atmosphere

Since Bali is 8 phases south of the equator, the climate is usually tropical, warm, and humid all year round, with two major seasons: the dry and rainy seasons. In some areas around Bali’s central mountain (volcano), there are several mountains over 3,000 meters above sea level. The temperature here is relatively low, and it rains much more than in the coastal areas. Bali’s white beach is undoubtedly a popular place for family vacations. There are a variety of water sports such as banana boating, parasailing, jet skiing, swimming, relaxing, and sunbathing in the ocean. 

Kuta is one of the most famous beaches in Bali. During this period, there was a collection of hotels, restaurants, shops, and cafes. In the evening, the area throbs to the rhythm of disco music. Enjoy Jimbaran Beach, a popular place to eat freshly baked seafood on a quiet evening. Seminyak offers international 5-star hotels and luxurious accommodation dotted with chic restaurants. Sanur beach is also sprinkled with hotels and restaurants. You can also visit Nusa Dua, which has many private beaches in front of the Super Deluxe Hotel.

Consume your Vitamin Sea

Surfers love the waves of Nusa Lembongan near Nusa Penida. These isles are 45 minutes by boat from Nusa Dua or Sanur. On the southwest coast of Nusa Penida are Manta Point and Malibu Point, where divers can swim with Jack, Giant Tray, and even sharks. Kelinking Beach, Atu Beach, and Broken Beach are one of the most famous spots in Nusa Penida. The best diving spots are Menjangan Island, with shallow coral reefs, anchor debris, eel gardens, and explorable caves. Located in western Bali, you can enjoy the rare sight of deer swimming near the beach. 

Pemtarang is also famous for its scuba diving activities, which are known for protecting coral reefs. Explore our hike in West Bali National Park, where you can get up close and personal with Bali’s rich flora and fauna, including Jalak Bali and Bali starlings. Bali offers world-class adrenaline-pumping whitewater rafting on the spectacular Ayung River near Ubud. Ubud and its surroundings are the perfect cities for cycling if you love cycling. There are also good cycling routes in Uluwatu in the south.

Pump your Adrenaline

Climbers may want to scale Gunung Agung. Start climbing behind the temple or through the village of Cebu. However, the Balinese religion stipulates that you cannot stand higher than the temple, mainly when ceremonies occur, so be sure to ask the temple authorities for permission first. Another mountain for adventurous trekking is the beautiful Mount Batur overlooking the tranquil Lake Batur in Kintamani. The Kecak dance is most dramatic in the open air on a cliff near Uluwatu Temple. Experience an unforgettable moment as the sun slowly sets over the sea above the horizon behind this beautiful temple serenade with the most famous Balinese artistic performances. Kecak Dance is the story of Ramayana, where Prince Rama’s wife Sita was kidnapped by the demon Ravana.

Feast your Eyes and Soul

After a day of exploration, indulge in complete relaxation and experience the best Bali spas throughout Bali. Bali spa products are made from high-quality local ingredients and can be taken home as souvenirs.

Get Around

There are considerable means of transportation you can use to get around Bali. A variety of excellent half-day, full-day and nighttime packages are available from your hotel desk, your Bali travel agency, or tour operator. You can even find a car and driver to guide you. Inform the driver of the desired route and negotiate the price. A vital virtue when traveling in Bali is patience! Road networks in densely populated areas are reasonably reasonable (in terms of condition) but can also be heavily congested during peak hours. Ritual processions often occupy the entire street. So if you stand behind the march, enjoy a colorful experience.

Get Here

By Air

The gateway to Bali via air route is via Ngurah Rai International Airport. International and domestic flights are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to take visitors to the island of the gods. According to the Nyepi ceremony in Bali, the airport is closed 24 hours a year. In Nyepi, sacred rituals occur in every corner of Bali, and the island suspends all activities except these rituals for a day.

Overland

Public transport to Bali is available by tour companies and buses. If you want to experience a road trip, ensure you’re ready for a long time. A land trip from Jakarta to Bali can take 30 hours to several days. It depends on whether you pass by and want to enjoy the city you pass through.

By Sea

Bali can be reached by ferry from Lombok Island in West Nusa Tengala. On Lombok, explore Mount Rinjani’s beauty and the Gili Islands’ pristine beaches. You can grab a ferry from Java to Banyuwangi to Bali. Under the slogan of The Sunrise of Java, you can experience an adventurous route to Ijen Crater and its fascinating Blue Fire. Also, check out the latest information on Bali’s reopening as the Indonesian government will reopen the island to domestic and international travelers.

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