The combination of the warmth of the people, the beauty of the land, a rich culture and spectacular beaches, with the possibility of surfing and diving, contribute significantly to this record. Bali’s reputation as Indonesia’s most popular destination is well deserved. Surrounded by the Sea of Bali and the Indian Ocean, the island attracts people from all over the world in search of peaceful holidaymaking, exciting nightlife, and more. Nowhere else in South East Asia can match with its combination of history and culture, beautiful beaches, lush tropical scenery, people, chic and traditional hotels, private villas, spas, stylish bars and restaurants.
Kuta, Legian and Seminyak are dynamic and busy day and night, with a high concentration of shops, cafés, restaurants, and bars. Kuta is perhaps best known for its surfing, sunsets, and nightlife. While nearby Legian is a hotspot for hip hotels and gourmet dining. For the hippest visitors and locals, Kerobokan is the place to see and be seen. Seminyak is one of the trendiest spots on the island, with a gamut of specialized boutiques, interior décor stores, and upscale bars and restaurants. Some of the best international cuisine can be sampled here alongside a youthful fashionable set than makes this a vibrant and exciting area, recently a lot of chic restaurants opened, making the island an important center for the traditional local cuisine. Architecturally you can enjoy the interesting temples Muslims and go into yourself in a countless festivals to increase a full calendar of events.
Many shops have no a fixed closing time because it depends from the religious commitments of the owner, as well as restaurants when they have no more food for their clients.
Bali has a unique Hindu culture despite its location in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country. With the rise of Islam, the Javanese aristocracy took refuge in Bali and brought with them the traditions of dance, theater, sculpture and music that drive to this day. Southern Bali now attracts huge numbers of tourist and its innocence and beauty have been lost. Around Denpasar and Kuta as possible and head north to Ubud and beyond the landscape of rice paddies and high volcanoes remains exquisite, and the island’s ancient culture is as alluring and colorful as ever.
Every morning and every evening you can watch the local people engaged in their daily practice, an essential element of Balinese culture developed in the seventies, which consists of an ancient Indonesian art that is made up in part by martial arts and folk dance and partly by philosophy meditative.
The weather in Bali is hot and sunny, so it’s good to dress fresh and light, if you plan on visiting temples and religious sites, accept to be respectfully covered. Do not forget the mosquitoes repellent.
We suggest to move by taxi. Taxi Bali is the best taxi company of the island, the cabs are mostly blue and clean, as well as security to pay a fair price. The first contact with the island of Bali will be relaxed, as well as the calm that marks the local lifestyle.