Welcome to Bali – the Land of dreams! Upon arrival at Denpasar Airport, you will be met by our representative who will assist you with the transfer to your hotel in Bali. Check in and relax. The remaining time is at leisure to explore the island on your own. Bali, an island in Indonesia, is so beautiful it will leave you speechless. Known for its unspoiled natural beauty, Bali has an immensely varied landscape, with rugged coastlines marked by pristine beaches, lush green hills and volcanoes, rice terraces, and dense forests.
Kintamani Village is a name of countryside located on a hill and the beautiful panorama surrounding it. We can see a beautiful panorama from Kintamani Village to overview the active volcano of Batur Mount and wide Lake of Batur in a valley. It is situated in the plateau area with cool weather surrounding it. When we stand up at Kintamani, we will be able to see the rural area which is close to the lake. Kintamani is the object of mountain tourism and is very unique and stunning, with cool air conditions in the daytime and cold at night. We can watch stunning natural scenery of Penelokan, a combination of Mount Batur and the expanse of black rock with Lake Batur and on a blue caldera.
Continue to visit Ubud Coffee Plantation Bali Coffee Plantations is a green garden for cultivating coffee from various types of coffee in the world. You can find various coffee plantations in this garden. In fact, you can also find other plants such as cocoa, coconut, or other tropical plants such as medicinal plants or herbs. Furthermore, Indonesia is one of the best coffee-producing countries. Even, the annual production of 600 thousand tons can supply seven percent of the world’s coffee needs. There are different things that you will find at Bali Coffee Plantations, namely Luwak Coffee. This type of coffee is very well known and the world’s most expensive coffee. This coffee comes from civet droppings that have been processed in such a way.
Continue to visit Ubud Royal Palace & Ubud Traditional Art Market Puri Saren Ubud or more popular name Bali Ubud Royal Palace is an Ubud Kingdom Palace with beautiful Balinese traditional houses as the residence of the Ubud King. It is set in the center of Ubud Bali with a traditional art market just in front of it and it is found by Ida Tjokorda Putu Kandel who commanded from the year 1800 – 1823. Ubud Royal Palace is an artistic cultural life center, while the traditional market is the symbol of local economic residents.
After your delicious Breakfast visit Bedugul village with a cool atmosphere. For those of you who really like the beauty of natural panoramas, then this one-day tour is perfect for you, where you will visit Wanagiri Hidden Hill is a tourist attraction to see the view of Tamblingan lake and here there are various places for photo spots such as bird nests, wooden boats , rattan gate and etc, all is with amazing background tamblingan lake, then continue to visit handara gate which is famous for its beautiful gate with Balinese carvings, looks like an ancient gate with a green hill background, proceed to ulun danu Beratan lake and temple To see the beauty of Ulun Danu Lake and Ulun Danu Beratan Temple which is located on the lake, the Ulun Danu Beratan tourist attraction is very popular among tourists with the cool and cold air around adding to the excitement in visiting this temple, proceed to a restaurant to enjoy lunch with Indonesian food, after lunch, the tour continues Head to Tanah Lot Temple to see the beauty of Tanah Lot Temple which is located on the beach with the uniqueness if the sea water is large, it looks like a temple that floats in the ocean and is perfect for enjoying the sunset here, followed by taking you back to the hotel with a very pleasant experience. Have fun in this one day tour to Bedugul and Tanah Lot tour
Bali is a small tourist island located in the country of Indonesia (in Asia)
Yes, Denpasar Ngurah International Airport in Bali has free wifi and it is easy to connect to the network too. The free session lasts for 240 minutes.
There is only one airport in Bali i.e. Denpasar Ngurah International Airport. The airport has two terminals designated to domestic and international flights. The airport has all the modern facilities to provide convenience and comfort to the passengers.
Smoking laws: Smoking or selling cigarettes and tobacco in public places like tourist attractions, hospitals, temples, and public transport is strictly prohibited. Smoking zones have been set up in public places where smokers can freely smoke. Restaurants and bars in Bali have their own smoking zones where you can take a smoke undisrupted.
Drinking Laws: The legal drinking age in Bali is 21 years. You will not find any Halaal restaurant selling liquor because of the Muslim customs.
Drug laws: Drug laws in Bali are very strict. You will be harshly penalized if you get caught with any kind of narcotics like cocaine, marijuana, and heroin.
Bahasa Bali and Bahasa Indonesian are the most prominent languages on the island. Most people in Balinese are bilingual and speak both these languages. A fewer people are fluent in the English language.
You can wear anything in Bali as long as it is not offending anyone. However, the locals become strict when it comes to visiting temples in Bali. Both men and women should be fully covered and wear modest clothing. Wearing a sarong or a scarf inside the temple is mandatory.
Yes, sea-walking, jet-skiing, and river rafting are some of the water-related activities which do not require any prior experience in swimming or diving.
You can take your kids to Bali Safari & Marine Park which is one of the most visited theme parks on the island. Dream Museums is another popular tourist attraction in Bali.
Yes, of course. Apart from beach hopping and seawater activities, the rivers in Bali provide an excellent opportunity for river rafting. Enjoy the water rapids on Melangit, Telaga Waja, and Ayung Rivers to get a dose of your adrenaline rush.
River rafting in Bali is absolutely safe provided that you do it with a reliable rafting operator and wear all the essential safety gear. It also depends upon the level of river rafting and the strength of the water currents. Please check all these things before joining a river rafting tour.
No, Bali does not have a casino. There are no sanctioned casinos or poker rooms in Bali. In fact, the activities of gambling and betting are illegal in Bali as it is against their religious principles.
The best time to visit Bali is between May to August for optimal tropical conditions without the holiday crowds. However, Bali is a spectacular destination to visit all year round with stunning scenery, tropical weather with temperatures averaging 27 °C, and endless opportunities for adventure.
Bali is a great holiday destination for families with young children, thanks to its tropical climate and fantastic range of exciting activities. Many Bali resorts also offer kids clubs and child minding facilities, so mum and dad can relax knowing that the kids are safe and having the time of their lives.
Other than your bathing suit and sunscreen it’s a good idea to pack a shawl or scarf to cover your shoulders as a sign of respect while visiting sacred Balinese landmarks. You may wish to take some basic medications such as Imodium, Loperamide or activated charcoal tablets in case you experience a common stomach upset known as ‘Bali Belly’.
For Indians who wish to travel to Bali for a stay of 30 days for tourism purposes passport is required but does not require a visa, you will get a visa Exemption Stamp at the airport’s immigration counter. This is valid for a single entry, for every new exit and re-entry into Indonesia, you are eligible for a free visa. However, this is not applicable to people who travel for tourism, Business, or any other purposes other than tourism. This visa is not extendable, and cannot be converted into a different visa unless there are some unforeseen contingencies like natural disasters.
Bali is a safe holiday destination however like many holiday destinations across the world, pick-pocketers will target tourists. It is important to always keep your belongings close to you in a secure bag and be wary of bag snatchers on scooters. If anything is stolen from you, report it to the local police immediately.