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Bali, Indonesia is one of the most exotic travel destinations in the world that has attracted millions of honeymooners, surfers and nature hikers to this beautiful island. Blessed with ancient volcanoes, lush rolling hills of rice paddy, thick rainforests that hides old and depleted temples and amazing beaches and world class eco-friendly resorts. Bali is renowned for its majestic sunsets and plenty of adventure opportunities like sea surfing, water sports, diving, trekking, etc. Despite being small, Bali packs amazing attractions, cultural activities and plenty of relaxation to ensure memorable holidays.

Bali has a mix of Hinduism and Buddhism religion and culture. This amalgamation has resulted in an exotic culture comprising of temples, pagodas, delicious food, Balinese spa and massages are added charms of visiting Bali. Bali is also a famed nightlife hub in the region and attracts thousands of Australians and Russian tourists to its nightclubs of Kuta, Denpasar and Seminayak are safe and secure with amazing range of chic nightclubs, hip dance clubs, casual beach bars and live music shows. However, if you want peace and relaxation, then stay near the scenic beaches or go deep in the hinterlands that are filled with rice paddy, rolling hills and green forests.

Bali’s Ubud town is the cultural heart and soul of the island and has pristine nature comprising of lush forests, terraced rice farms, ancient temples and shrines and sleepy villages. Kuta is a backpackers’ heaven with thriving shopping, nightlife and dining scene. Denpasar is the capital of Bali and is the commercial hub with an international airport. You will see museums, concert halls, theatres, Balinese cultural school, etc. Jimbaran is a sleepy coastal town with some of the best resorts in the world. It has white sand beaches, a calm ambience and some of the best restaurants in Bali. Seminayak is a popular touristy area of the island with plenty of 5 star hotels and resorts, nightclubs, fashion boutiques and top-notch restaurants and cafes.

Bali has excellent flight connectivity from India. There are plenty of options starting from luxury airlines like Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, etc. to low cost regional carriers like Air Asia, Tiger Air, etc. Some domestic India based airlines also fly to Bali’s Denpasar International Airport. There are multi-stop flights as well that includes stop in Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore or Jakarta on the way to Bali.

Indonesia allows visa exemption for Indian citizens. You can enjoy a stay of 30 days without any extra cost. Just keep your passport, latest passport size photographs, hotel reservations, return flight tickets and travel itinerary. You will have clear the immigration with a valid passport of at least 6 months. Visa of arrival facility is also available for Indian citizens, who wish to stay beyond 30 days.

Bali is a paradise on earth with a unique and exotic culture. This beautiful island is blessed with scenic landscapes, wonderful beaches, a happening nightlife, delightful cuisine and plenty of romantic and adventure activities, that makes it one of the most popular South Asian destination in the world. Ideal Bali holiday package should be around 6-7 days. This will allow you to explore the island at your pace and enjoy it’s cultural delights.


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