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Country : Indonesia

VISA : VISA On arrival

Best time to Travel : The best time to visit Bali is in the dry season between April and September. During these months the island offers a sunny climate with low humidity, limited rainfall and cool evenings.

Places of Interests : The island of Bali is blessed with the line of beaches surrounding it. Sanur beach is easily reachable from Denpasar, about a 5 to 10 minute drive Kuta and Legian Practically on the opposite side of Sanur, Jimbaran is directly south of the airport, on the way from Denpasar towards Nusa Dua. Nusa Dua Nusa Dua is a new luxurious resort area where the world's most sumptuous hotels gracefully integrate into the beautiful white beaches. Soka Beach Further northwest from Denpasar, on the way to Gilimanuk, the ferry port town that connects Bali and Java, there is a small quiet beach called Soka Beach., Lovina Beach Near the northern tip of the island of Bali, Medewi Beach. And "adrenalin pump" parks.

Speciality : The province of Bali is divided into nine regencies (eight regencies and one municipality) with its own capital Just like common tropical islands, in Bali you will find a wide variety of plants by surprise. Huge banyan trees are everywhere in the villages. Temple ceremonies, marriage, cremation, farming and even the creative art festivals are decided by the local community institution called “Banjar”. The Balinese are surrounded by art throughout their lives as art is omnipresent in Bali. They make art out of the most basic necessities in their daily lives. Very common are Painting, Wood Carving, Mask Carving, Stone Carving, Jewelry, Textiles. Dance is the main art form of Balinese culture and is performed at main temple festivals and ceremonies, especially for the cycle of life and death. The Kecak Dance, The Barong Dance, Legong Keraton, Baris.
Festivals: Bali is a pocket of Hindu religion and culture.Festivals which are dedicated to art of woodcarving, the birth of a goddess, and percussion instruments. Other festivals include temple festivals, fasting & retreat ceremonies, parades to the sea to cleanse villages, special prayers for the dead, nights of penance (sivaratri), harvest festivals (usaba), blood sacrifices, and house deity anniversaries (odalan sangguh).

Shopping: Bali is the place to practice your bargaining skills. Unless the product is price-tagged, bargaining is the norm. It will prove to be an exciting venture if this is your first time while the experts will find it exhilarating, especially when a good deal was struck. Many come to Bali with a 'shop till you drop' attitude, so you would probably end up buying a few things anyhow. There are numerous western-style department stores and shopping centers in Denpasar, Kuta-Legian, Sanur and Nusa Dua that offer a range of clothing, shoes, leather goods, sports gear, and toys. The service is generally good, and the low value of the rupiah ensures excellent prices. Balinese arts and crafts are the most popular purchases but you can also get value-for-money goods such as clothing, music, Traditional paintings, batik in bali, ikat and musical instruments and watches.

Activities :Rafting, Paragliding, volcano climbing, skydiving, jungle trekking, Spa, Fishing, Bungee jumping, diving, surfing, Golfing is common