Natural Beauty Of Bali, Travel Guide.

Bali. Explore Tourist Places, Natural Beauty, Food, Hotels, etc.

Bali is a state of Indonesia and most western of Lesser Sunda Islands. It is famous for volcanic mountains, coral reefs and beautiful beaches. This island is also well-known for extremely developed skills like traditional & modern dance, painting, leather, metalwork etc. The regional capital “Denpasar” is the most populous city in the island.  It is the second–biggest city after Makassar in eastern Indonesia. The most attractive tourist place is Bali in Indonesia from the 1980s.  Bali is a portion of the Coral Triangle which is the area biodiversity of turtles and fish.

Geographical Information:

Location:

Bali lies 3.20 kilometers(2.00 miles) east of java. It is about 8 degrees south of the equator. Bali Strait divided into completely two-part named Bali and Java. The width is almost 153 kilometers (95 miles) and the length is about 112 kilometers (70 miles) north to south. It also coats 5780 km square excluding Nusa Penida District.

Map:

Coordinate: 8° 20′ 6″ S, 115° 5′ 17″ E.

Population:

4,362,000 people lives there. Population Density is about 750/km2. They are grouped by different categories. 88% people are Balinese, 7% are Javanese, 1% East Indonesians, 1% Baliaga, 1% Madurese and the rest 2% is others.

Language:

Maximum mass people speak Balinese and Indonesian language  to communicate in Bali.  The second most used language are English and china.  However  foreign tourists use other language like Japanese, French, German Russian and so on.

How To Go Bali:

By Road:

If you have the courage for more than 23-hour bus journey, then you can take any of the bus services from Jakarta to Bali. There are several bus services. But I will recommend 3 of these.

Resmi Lorena Transport:

Bus Type: It’s A executive AC bus.
Ticket Fair: Around 44.34 USD per person. It may vary for currency Rate.
Boarding Point: Terminal Pulo Gebang.
Dropping Points: Denpasar (Bali)
Approximately Time: 21.32 hours.
Bus Amenities: Blankets, Central TV, Charging Point, Pilow, Personal TV, Reclining Seat, Smoking Room.
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Kramat Djati Jakarta:

Bus Type: Executive Class.
Ticket Fair: Around 38 USD Per Person. It may vary for currency Rate.
Boarding Point: Cililitan
Dropping Points: Terminal Bus Mengwi
Approximately Time: 25 hours.
Bus Amenities: Snacks & Meals.
Click Here To Book Your Ticket In Official Website

Pahala Kencana:

Bus Type: Executive Class.
Ticket Fair: Around 36 USD Per Person. It may vary for currency Rate.
Boarding Point: Terminal Pulo Gebang
Dropping Points: Terminal Bus Mengwi
Approximately Time: 19 hours.
Click Here To Book Your Ticket In Official Website


By Air:

Bali is served by Ngurah Rai International Airport the third busiest and the best airport in Indonesia. There are also many direct international flights to Bali including Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Qatar Airways, Korean Air, China Airlines, and Singapore Airlines. From the airport, you need to hire a taxi to reach your destination. Please note that buses aren’t always available from the airport.

By Sea:

If you want to travel to Bali by sea then take a flight from Singapore, Sumatra, or Java. Then book your ship and start your journey. Remember that it is not advisable and practical to travel by ship because the seas can turn rough leading to an unpleasant and avoidable experience. To avoid any hassle you can instead take a flight.

Best Place in Bali:

Bali visit is a dream for many people around the world. If you are a first-time visitor then you have a wide choice of places to visit in Bali. If you don’t want to miss anything just check out our selection of places to see in Bali! Add Bali to your bucket list, keep scrolling and discover the Balinese places which you don’t wanna miss!

Jimbaran Beach:

Jimbaran is one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali. If you are looking for the most romantic or honeymoon spots in Bali, this tour is for you. It is the best place in Bali for Couples or a Honeymoon. Jimbaran is a fishing village and tourist resort in Bali, Indonesia, which located south of Ngurah Rai International Airport. This beach has seafood restaurants and luxury hotels. In this area, there are also many high-end villas. The bay has a pleasant white sand beach and it is safe for swimming. it is also a genuine village, home to an ancient temple and sprawling produce and fish markets. On this beach, you can enjoy a walk and can relax while swimming. The mouth-watering seafood is waiting for you near this beach.

Ubud:

Ubud is the Best Place in Bali for Sightseeing and Outdoor Activities. If you are feeling more active, there are plenty of things to do in Ubud to spend your time. Ubud is one of those places where holidays of a few days can easily turn into weeks, months, or even years. It is one of the
most popular and busiest destinations in Bali.

Kuta:

Kuta Beach is one of the best places where you can enjoy Bali’s famous sunset. This beatch is the tourist mecca of Bali. Its located 15 mins from Ngurah Rai International Airport, depending on traffic. The area is full of markets and everyone tries to sell you something whether you look interested or not. It’s definitely a busy area. It is a lively beach town that never sleeps Millions of people visit here every year to relax on this beautiful beach.

Nusa Dua:

Nusa Dua is Bali’s most expensive and exclusive beach resort. It is about 20 minutes from the airport depending on traffic. Nusa Dua is the Best Place in Bali for Families. The best way to get around here by walking. Most visitors come to Nusa Dua for a relaxing beach holiday. Nusa Dua means two islands. The beaches here are glorious – white sand, deep, long, and safe for swimming. This is also known as home to one of the best museums in Bali. There are a small shopping center and some markets Restaurants in Nusa Dua.

Sanur:

Sanur located about 10 km from Kuta and 18 km from Ngurah Rai in South Bali. Sanur is the relaxing beach resort town of Bali in Indonesia. It is famous for its long white sandy beach and a distinct village ambiance. It is the oldest upmarket resort town of Bali which is more expensive than Kuta. It is also the launching pad for visitors who want to dive and explore the nearby island of Nusa Lembongan. Sanur is Bali’s oldest upscale resort area and also is a mature beach-side town. It is also home to a growing number of popular villa resorts.

Seminyak:

Seminyak Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach situated in the north of Legian Beach. It is the perfect place for a morning walk and watching the sunset. At Seminyak Beach, you can relax in style as it is quieter and more upscale than the nearby beaches of Kuta and Legian. Here you can spend your days taking sunbathing and swimming enjoy the sea breeze on the long sandy beach. Seminyak Beach is less crowded. Seminyak Village is full of chic stores and luxurious resorts which are known as a center for the arts. This beach is Bali’s most fashionable beach. Seminyak Beach is favored by the great wave that is ideally for surfing adventures. Many surfers visit this beach to conquer the waves and enjoy the surf adventures.

Where to Stay in Bali:

In this article, you’ll find our recommendations of hotels in  Bali.

Best 10 Luxurious Hotels:

1.Bulgari Resort Bali

2.Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

3.The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana

4.The Kayon Resort by Pramana

5.AYANA Resort and Spa

6.The Seminyak Beach Resort and Spa

7.Kanvaz Village Resort Seminyak

8.Natya Resort Ubud

9.The ST Regis Bali Resort, Nusa Dua.

10.Amandari, Ubud

Top 10 Hotels Under Your Budget:

1.Yulia Beach Inn:

2.Balira Airport Hotel:

3.Hotel Palm Garden:

4.Mercure Bali Legian:

5.Inna Sindhu Beach Hotel and Resort:

6.HARRIS Hotel Tuban:

7.Bali Chaya Hotel:

8.Melasti Legian Beach Resort & Spa:

9.Amnaya Resort Kuta:

10. Sulis Beach Hotel and Spa:

Get Tips and Tricks Before Visiting Bali:

Choose your base carefully.

Don’t fret about “Bali belly”

Respect religious customs

Be cautious of wild and stray animals

Avoid plastic water bottles on the beach

Learn some local lingo

Be mindful of Mother Nature

Bargain respectfully

Respect the ocean

Don’t stress, but be aware of a terrorist attack and natural disasters in Bali

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