BALI

Also known as the “Paradise of the Gods”, Bali is a real heaven on earth. Suggestive lakes with vivid colors set between mountains and volcanoes, green terraces cultivated with rice, villages, and temples surrounded by lush vegetation, but Bali is not only unspoiled nature. Ancient folk traditions, kindness, and peace are waiting for you to have an unforgettable experience.

BALI IDENTITY CARD   

Bali is a province of Indonesia, located in the Indian Ocean. The provincial capital, Denpasar, is the second-largest city in Eastern Indonesia. Bali is Indonesia’s leading tourist destination, and it is renowned for its highly developed arts, including sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, traditional and modern dance, and music. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species, especially fish and turtles. In this area alone, over 500 reef-building coral species can be found. Bali’s best time is between April and October, the island’s dry season. In fact, Bali experiences only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season.

BALI IDENTITY CARD     

Bali is a province of Indonesia, located in the Indian Ocean. The provincial capital, Denpasar, is the second-largest city in Eastern Indonesia. Bali is Indonesia’s leading tourist destination, and it is renowned for its highly developed arts, including sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, traditional and modern dance, and music. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species, especially fish and turtles. In this area alone, over 500 reef-building coral species can be found. Bali’s best time is between April and October, the island’s dry season. In fact, Bali experiences only two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season. 

HOW TO REACH BALI        

Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, is located in South Kuta district and is just 13 kilometers from Denpasar, the capital of Bali. Flights (such as Emirates, Lufthansa, KLM, Qatar Airways) from major international cities regularly fly in and out of the Denpasar Airport. It is also well connected to most of Indonesia and has regular domestic flights linking it to major Indonesian cities. 

WHAT TO EAT IN BALI       

After a long day exploring the magnificent Bali, you’ll probably be starving. Don’t worry about it! You are surrounded by delicious food. Babi Guling or suckling pig, is one of Bali’s most famous dishes. Pork is rubbed with turmeric, stuffed with a spice paste, and then roasted on a spit over coconut husks or wood. Mie Goreng, a classic Indonesian dish of fried noodles. It is often served with vegetables and a choice of chicken, shrimp, or pork. We suggest trying Pepes Ikan, a whole marinated fish wrapped in a banana leaf and steamed, a dream for fish-lovers.    

WHAT TO EAT IN BALI   

After a long day exploring the magnificent Bali, you’ll probably be starving. Don’t worry about it! You are surrounded by delicious food. Babi Guling or suckling pig, is one of Bali’s most famous dishes. Pork is rubbed with turmeric, stuffed with a spice paste, and then roasted on a spit over coconut husks or wood. Mie Goreng, a classic Indonesian dish of fried noodles. It is often served with vegetables and a choice of chicken, shrimp, or pork. We suggest trying Pepes Ikan, a whole marinated fish wrapped in a banana leaf and steamed, a dream for fish-lovers.    

WHAT TO DO IN BALI       

Be a part of at least one of Bali’s fantastic festivals during your next trip to this Indonesian paradise. In January, the Chinese New Year spawns a vibrant festive aura in the whole country. Grab a chance to witness the mesmerizing performances of Chinese Barongsai, the Lion and Dragon dance troops. In April, the Air Festival turns up portraying the crisscross of art and ecology in the region. The primary aim of celebrating this event is to conserve the Balinese land. In August, the Odalan is considered one of the most prominent Temple festivals organized at the Mother Temple of Pura Besakih, which is also the most significant Hindu Temple of Bali. During Odalan, various Balinese communities gather in prayers, and they take part in the processions with great enthusiasm.       

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