About Bali

There's just something so irresistible about Bali. Whether it's the tropical beaches, the exotic atmosphere, or the friendly locals, the island of gods always seems to capture people's hearts. As the world's most sought-after traveling escapade, Bali boasts unique and vibrant experiences.


Irresistible Things about Bali

1. The Awesome Beaches

Flock the experience of island life at Bali's Beaches. And trust us when we say, there are plenty of options to choose from. If you opt to join the in-crowd, beaches like Kuta, Sanur, and Nusa Dua are famous for the crowded nightlife atmosphere. But if you prefer secluded spots to make the most out of your vacation, then beaches like Balangan, Suluban, and Amed are your best choices. However, a favorite among tourists must be the stunning Kelingking Beach in Nusa Penida. This destination is famous for its T-rex shaped cliff and striking blue waters. Its breathtaking sceneries are just waiting for you to explore.

2. The Rich Culture

The rich culture of Bali is constantly hypnotizing. How could it not? The perfect blend of Balinese and Hinduism culture affects all life aspects on the island. Bali is famous for beautiful art pieces and performance which can easily be spotted in every corner of the island. Similarly, it is also well-known for its merry traditional dances, including Kecak, Barong Legong, and Janger. Another amazing culture can be found on this island of gods is the numerous festivals and rituals, such as Galungan, Kuningan, and Nyepi. Each Balinese heritage offers a spark of magic!

3. The Charming Villages

Get a closer look at Balinese locals and learn their way of life by visiting their charming villages. A recommended spot to travel is Penglipuran Bali. It is considered one of the world's cleanest villages in the world. So, it’s no wonder many tourists love to experience the clean, crisp air, while viewing the wondrous landscape.

4. The Delicious Culinary

One of the most scenic areas, the riverside reflects a constantly changing scene day and night: water-taxis and heavily laden rice barges chugging upstream, set against a backdrop of glittering temples and luxury hotels. The areas from Wat Arun to Phra Sumeru Fortress are home to some of the oldest settlements in Bangkok, particularly Bangkok Noi and its charming ambience of stilt houses flanking the complex waterways.

5. The Shopping Spree

You can never go wrong with some shopping spree in and around Bali. Numerous shopping centers are always available in this exotic destination. Though some show fixed prices, other places require you to show-off some bargaining skills to get the best price. Some recommended places to go are Kuta Art Market, Kumbasari Art Market, and Badung Market. Exploring Balinese shops are definitely worth your time, as you can stroll and find unique handicrafts. Try on stunning traditional clothes. Even get a taste of Balinese street food hawkers!