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Home to many of Indonesia’s Hindu minority, Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations among the islands in Indonesia. It also has many other names such as “the Island of Gods”, “Island of Peace”, and “Island of Love”. Bali is famous for its highly developed authentic arts, sculpture, painting, metal works, music, and the traditional and modern dances. The rich and unique culture of Balinese people sets the island apart from any other island destination. Since the 20th century, Bali’s number of tourism had risen. With its beautiful, stunning beaches spread over the island (white sand or black sand), you would not doubt why. This island also has the highest biodiversity of marine species in the Coral Triangle, with over 500 reef-building coral species that are in the area alone. Apart from that, it also has fantastic mountains, volcanoes, beautiful rice paddies, jungles, rivers, and many other natural wonders that any visitors would love. In terms of accommodations, there’s a wide selection of hotels & resorts and luxury villas for rent in Bali. Watch this video to discover more of Bali.

This year’s festival season in Bali starts with the spectacular Bali Barong Festival 2016, which is a series of events celebrating the mythical being that protects the island and its forests. The Barong is an ancient mythical creature that comes in 5 different shapes: the lion, the dragon, the serpent, the boar, and the tiger. Of the 5, the lion is the most popular and well-known, with its domineering and towering figure, often shown in costumes with a height twice that of an adult human being. The Balinese consider the Barong as the King of the Spirits, representing Virtue and Goodness. The creature is also the very symbol of the protective spirit of the islands. The festival is a celebration of all the different incarnations of the Barong, presented in various events such as Barong dance competitions, art exhibitions, a photography exhibit, as well as a presentation of the art …

Bali is not just an island with amazing waves and deep blue ocean, but it also nurtures a tremendously diverse natural resources beyond one’s imagination – from the volcanic mountains, towering cliffs to the lush paddy fields. The Island of Gods is blessed with such abundance in rich, nature-laden resources. For our readers’ convenience, we have shortlisted eight incredible nature wonders in Bali you should not miss. Related: 10 Reasons Bali Should Be Your Next Destination Ubud and Campuhan Ridge Campuhan Ridge Walk, an easy and free nature trek that is popular to returning visitors is located in the central highland town of Ubud. The area offers a fantastic escape from the tumultuous southern parts of the island. This path features a more natural landscape to retreat to – from the guesthouse, the modern boutique to the numerous restaurants of Jalan Raya Ubud. Travelers can sample the cool fresh air while …

Bali can offer something for every traveler. A holiday on the island promises an eclectic mix of experiences: adventure and relaxation, socializing and spiritualism, breath-taking natural surroundings, and opulent luxury accommodations. Here are ten reasons why Bali should be your next destination: A Wide Array of Beaches Bali is considered by many travelers and holidaymakers as one of the world’s most beautiful tropical beaches. Bali has its own unique attractions and holiday vibes. In Seminyak, for example, travelers can enjoy five-star resort accommodation, access to elegant beach clubs, convenient boutique shopping and exquisite fine dining – and all of these come with the superb view of the ocean. Kuta Beach, on the other hand, is known for its lively beachfront nightlife. Younger tourists flock this place to mix and mingle with each other. However, people who are more interested in the natural setting and desire a peaceful holiday, are inclined …

Bali is undoubtedly one of the world’s most beautiful holiday destinations. This Indonesian island is famous for its bustling nightclubs, spectacular views of the mountains and volcanoes, rich artistic culture and, of course, the undeniably idyllic tropical beaches. Its tropical climate, ancient and mystical temples, and beautiful beaches draw travelers from around the globe. The island is situated close to the equator line which means it has warm temperature all year round. The dry season is from April to September while the monsoon season is from October to March. Related: Bali Weather and the Best Time to Travel to the Island Travelers ought to choose their destination carefully to ensure that they get the most out of their Balinese vacation. Some of the visitors of this paradisiac island seek utmost relaxation in resorts; some go to Bali for spiritual cleansing and yoga retreats. Some seek adventure, while others hope to satisfy their taste buds …

Bali has always been a favorite destination of nature lovers and those who want to enjoy a romantic getaway. This is why it’s not unusual for Bali to be packed with tourists all year round. Apart from the popular tourist destinations Bali is known for, there are some places that remain seemingly unspoiled, hidden and kept away from the public, making them more exciting to visit. Here’s the ten secluded beaches in Bali, definitely worth visiting. Balangan Beach Balangan Beach or more commonly known as Pantai Balangan has gained the reputation of being the surfers’ paradise. If you want to have the best surfing experience, a visit to Pantai Balangan with your surfing group is an absolute must. Defined by fabulous weather and impressive waves, Pantai Balangan is one beach surfers just can’t say no to. Even non-surfers who want to spend quality time with their loved ones can’t refuse …