Built on the idea of an island paradise, Bali creates a unique impression that will leave you in a state of peace and serenity long after you leave.It is the most popular holiday destination on the island. Some of its top attractions are exotic temples and palaces set against amazing natural backdrops.
What to See and Do
Bali’s list of attractions goes far beyond just beautiful beaches – though beaches are popular with enthusiasm. Unique attractions in Bali include old temples built in remarkable settings. Extensions of rice terraces made by man are set against natural views.
Where to Go in Bali
The island of Bali has a great collection of inland destinations and beaches. Everyone knows Kuta, Legian and Ubud’s legendary areas. You may also know Jimbaran and Nusa Dua’s popular beaches.
Where to Go at Night
After the sun goes down, Bali still has a lot to offer.There are swanky beach clubs, great rooftop bars and hotspots where the most creative cocktails from Bali can be found.
Everyone comes to Bali to shop, and even if shopping wasn’t the ultimate goal, you’re still going to end up with fascinating and irresistible shopping.
Bargaining in markets, shops, and art galleries is normal practice, and getting a good price is largely dependent on one’s negotiating prowess.
Bali shopping introduces you to a treasure trove of fine art and handicrafts, antique and semi-antique furniture, paintings, delicately carved jewellery, wood and stone carvings, masks, woven and dyed fabrics.
Where and What to Eat in Bali
Bali is filled with restaurants that offer endless different types of cuisine, from traditional Balinese and seafood to European style pizzeria. There are several ‘eat streets’ lined with dining spots, from the typical warung serving traditional and local fare to fine establishments presenting fusion and international menus.