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Bali Indonesia

Bali is one of over 13,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago and is located just over 2 kilometres from the eastern tip of the island of Java and west of the island of Lombok. The island home of approximately 4 million people is approximately 144 kilometres from east to west and 80 kilometres north to south.

The islands varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides provide a picturesque backdrop to the colourful and deeply spiritual culture of this 'Island of The Gods'.



  • Denpasar — A large, bustling city, the administrative center and transport hub of the island but not a major tourist destination.
  • Bedugul — A small village north of Denpasar
  • Jimbaran — Sea-side resorts and nice beaches south of Kuta.
  • Kuta — Surfer central, by far the most heavily developed bit of Bali. Lots of shopping and night-life, and the center of party culture on Bali.
  • Legian — Surf beach. Located between Kuta and Seminyak. Also the name of Kuta´s main street.
  • Nusa Dua — A enclave of expensive high-end resorts.
  • Sanur — More sea-side resorts and beaches.
  • Seminyak and Kerobokan — Quieter, more upscale beachside resorts and villas just to the north of Kuta, with some fashionable upscale restaurants and trendy designer bars. Much of the nightlife has moved into this area, especially around Jalan Dhyana Pura.
  • Canggu An area located about 20 mins drive of greater Seminyak, popular with expats.
  • Tanah Lot Just north of Seminyak with temple and plush hotels
  • Uluwatu — A small village near the southernmost tip of Bali with a stunningly located clifftop temple. The name is also broadly used to describe the southern portion of the island.

Uluwatu beach is one of the islands greatest, located at the other end of an amazing cave. Central

  • Bedugul — Nice lakes in the mountains, Golf Course, Botanical Gardens, and the famous Ulun Danu temple.
  • Between Sanur and Ubud — A series of "crafts villages" featuring wood carving, painting, batik, and jewelry
  • Ubud — The center of art and dance in the foothills, with an interesting small palace, monkey forest, and lots of arts and crafts shops.
  • Sayan — very spectacular rice terraces.


  • Gilimanuk — Ferry to Java
  • Negara —


  • Lovina — Beautiful black volcanic sand beaches and coral reefs on Bali's north coast makes Lovina the ideal location for snorkeling and diving. It is also the only area in Bali known for dolphin watching, a major tourist attraction. Being on the north shore, it is a much quieter area and a great escape from the hustle and bustle of other larger tourist areas. It consists of a string of small villages. With lovely resorts and one main street parallel to the ocean, you can also find restaurants, bars, live music, and enjoy a peaceful yet lively stay on the north shore.
  • Singaraja -- Largest city on the north shore.
  • Kintamani — Cooler mountainous region of Bali where growing fruit and vegetables is the main horticultural activity . The main attraction for travellers is located around Lake Batur where Peneloken provides the first spectacular view of this crater lake, set in a vast volcano caldera. A climb to the summit of Mount Batur, still an active volcano, to watch the sunrise is an unforgetable experience for more energetic travellers. Further along the rim of the caldera is Pura Ulun Danau Batur, the second most important temple in Bali.


  • Amed — A peaceful fishing village. The newest tourist area to be developed in Bali, featuring black sand, coral reefs and excellent diving. Some good restaurants too.
  • Candi Dasa — A very quiet tourist area with a few good restaurants. A great place to curl up with a good book.
  • Tirta Gangga -- Mountains, the water palace and beautiful rice terraces.
  • Padang Bai


  • Nusa Penida — is an island southeast of Bali island, Indonesia. Administratively, the island is a subdistrict of Klungkung regency. There are two small islands nearby: Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. The Badung Strait separates the island and Bali.
  • Nusa Lembongan — is an island off the southeast coast of the main island of Bali. The water is quite clear; good for diving and snorkeling. Surfing is crowded but nice waves. Nice coral sand beach. Learn about the cosmetic seaweed farming industry.
  • Nusa Ceningan — is the smallest of the three islands and is rarely visited. Waters around Nusa Ceningan are crystal clear, hosting colorful coral and sea creatures, making it an ideal location for snorkeling and for any other water sport activities.
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