Bali Island – True Oceanfront Paradise

Bali with its myriad of pristine white beaches, its stunning architecture and its rich cultural heritage is more than a place to head for a short holiday. Bali is a frame of mind, a place to meditate and get inspired for a new beginning but above all, Bali is an atmosphere.

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Unlike any other place in Indonesia or, as a matter of fact, in the world, Bali’s essence is unique and mesmerizing. Once discovered over a week long holiday, one usually wants to stay in Bali for a more than a lifetime. The mere mention of Bali to anyone evokes emotions of peace, tranquility and pure blissfulness. Bali is also known for its cultural arts scene, including its music, paintings, and sculptures that showcase the island’s Indian, Chinese and Hindu cultural influences.

Bali Indonesia

Bali Indonesia

Bali is the perfect place to become one with nature. It features beautiful mountains, volcanic hillsides, rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, and rich rice terraces that create a picturesque scene. Sporting enthusiasts as well as those looking for adventure will enjoy the world-class diving and surfing that is available on Bali’s stunning shoreline. There are also a number of historical and archeological sites for those interested in educational attractions.

Bali Indonesia

Popular tourist destinations in Bali include the Hindu temples located in Tanah Lot, Batukaru, and Besakih. Many visitors also enjoy the nightlife of Ubud, which hosts traditional dance exhibitions and features a wide range of art galleries as well as juice bars. Kuta, one of the most crowded tourist hang outs, remains a popular place for shopping.

Bali Indonesia

The islands of Bali, the largest tourist destination in Indonesia, is a great place to visit at almost any time of the year. However, some tourists might want to avoid the peak seasons, which run from July to August. The holiday season (December and January) can also bring massive crowds. In addition, early April, late June, as well as late September are popular times for Australians to visit, since their children are on holiday from school.

Bali Indonesia

To reach Bali, you will need to fly into the Ngurah Rai Airport, which is located just south of Kuta beach. From the airport, you can take a 30-minute ferry ride to nearby Java, which is located west across from Gilimanuk, or a 40-minute ferry ride to nearby Lombok, which is located east of Padang Bai.

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Roxanne Genier

Luxury Brand Management Consultant at Roxy Genier
Roxanne or Roxy, founder of Luxe In A City, was nominated as one of the Top 5 Luxury Travel Bloggers by the readers of USA Today. Aside from overseeing this luxury travel blog, she spends her time teaching how to perfect the feeling of luxury to authentic niche brands while traveling the world with her family.
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