With spectacular beaches, unique terraced rice cultivations, stunning temples, exotic mediation destinations and more, Bali, the Indonesian island is a place to visit at least once in your lifetime.
A trip to Bali would definitely be an all in one trip because you get to enjoy a little of everything – culture, nature, spiritual, history. The veritable treasure trove of adventure, Bali has always been the best place for families and friends.Click here to Read More
The nightlife in Bali
Bali is home to the finest collection of beach clubs like Cocoon, Mozaic and Potato Head where you can party till your head spins, watch the sunset till you get tired of it
Bali gets even more exciting in the night, especially those keen on shopping and dining. You can browse through the traditional food and snacks at cheap rates if you scour through Gianyar, Kereneng and Badung.
Traditional dance performances
Enjoy theatrical performances, complete with legendary singing and dancing rituals at different temples and theatres of Bali. Some of the noted performances can be enjoyed at Tanah Lot Temple, Uluwatu Temple and in opens stages.
Bali on a rainy day
If you happen to visit Bali on a rainy day, then make sure you enjoy the best of it. Here are a few things to do on those days:
There are snorkeling beaches in Bali, where you can take a plunge and enjoy the beautiful calm surroundings and natural tropical marine life. You can also enjoy a submarine tour to the underwater realm of Amuk Bay.
How about pairing your vacation with a little bit of body pampering through healthy organic meals and yoga? There are yoga retreats and yoga barns where you can enroll, and enjoy a few exercises. It doesn’t matter if you have never been exposed to any form of exercise anytime in your life, you can learn a few traditional styles here.
The art of Balinese cooking
The best thing you can do on a rainy day would be to learn cooking. You can learn to mix a variety of herbs and spices on meat, poultry and seafood in any of the Balinese cooking classes.
On a spiritual tour of Bali
Bali is the ultimate destination to have a few spiritual lessons
Enjoy an awe inspiring view of the cave carved interior of Dalem Pingit Temple and take a cleansing dip within the temple’s scalding waterfalls. You can learn a thing or two about the seven chakras of the human body and head for a meditation session inside the cave.
Gunung Kawi Sebatu
The temple of Gunung Kawi Sebatu is famous for its lush and scenic setting, spring-fed holy water sources, water shrines with blooming lotuses and ornamental fish ponds.
Tirta Empul Temple
A visit to the Tirta Empul Temple must be a part of your Bali tour, but remember, there are certain rules and codes of conduct to be followed.
The warm hospitality of Bali awaits you, what are you waiting for?