Paradise – the word on every traveler’s lips as soon as they witness the picture-perfect scenery that Bali has to offer. Bali, an Indonesian island, known for its forested volcanic mountains, is also known as the “Island of Gods”.

It is known for its lush tropical nature, postcard beaches and a culture characterized by a deep spirituality. There is some kind of wonderland for everyone, from world-famous surf spots surrounded by laid back beach bars to impressive waterfalls, adjacent to luscious paddy fields. There is so much to see and experience on this magnificent island paradise! 

 April to October is the best time to visit Bali, when there is little rain, low humidity, and lots of sun.

The main languages spoken in Bali are Indonesian, Balinese and English.

The currency of Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah. 
1 USD is equivalent to about 15115.00 IDR  and 1 INR is equivalent to about 199.23 IDR 

Some of the must-visit attractions anyone can enjoy are

  • Ubud Monkey Forest.
  • Uluwatu Temple.
  • Tanah Lot Temple.
  • Tegalalang Rice Terraces.
  • Ubud Art Market. 
  • Besakih Temple.
  • Padang Padang Beach.
  • Mount Batur.
  • Nusa Penida Island 
  • Night Safari 
  • White water rafting at ayung river  
  • Elephant caves 
  • Dolphin watching in Lovina 
  • Kuta beach

Health Tip: drink a lot of water to avoid getting heatstroke or dehydration.

You can also learn some local language like selamat pagi (good morning), tolong (please) and terima kasih (thank you). 

Dressing Tip: Dress modestly before entering a temple in Bali. Temple guests are expected to wear shirts that cover shoulders and part of the upper arms. The waist and legs should be covered by a temple scarf (known as a selendang) and a sarong (known locally as kain kamben) respectively. 

The Balinese Hinduism, called Agama Hindu Dharma, has originated in Java and is a combination of Buddhism and Shivaism.  Besides Nepal, Bali is the only place outside of India with such a high number of Hindus.

There is a special vibe, an essence, something authentic that is difficult to describe.  It has something to do with the people themselves and their warm and welcoming character, their openness, their amazing and loving spirit. You have to experience it to believe it. It is a truly magical place.

  1. This is so great! Thx for all the amazing tips , I’ll definitely know what to see their the next time I visit bali!

  2. Wow Donna….great job….bali is in my bucket list but definitely not now may be in coming years, very good basic info needed for travel

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