Bali is one of the islands in Indonesia , impressive with its beauty, unique culture, delicious food and unforgettable adventures. For comparison, it is about 1.5 times smaller in size than Cyprus. It is covered with tropical forests and mountains, including two volcanoes on the island.
This extraordinary island is suitable for lovers of different types of recreation. You can sunbathe on the beach carefree and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the day. Fascinating excursions will help you get acquainted with the customs and traditions of the Indonesian island, which will be interesting to many, because most of the locals profess Hinduism, or rather its local variety, and their traditions and rituals are known throughout the world. For those who are interested in sports, there are many places for surfing or windsurfing (Blue Point Beach is especially popular).
Being in Bali, you cannot deny yourself a visit to the riches of nature – waterfalls, caves, beaches, gardens.
I would like to draw your attention to the fact that resting in Bali is a kind of art. In addition to a carefree swim, it is a must to visit the cultural sites of the island . Climb to the temple Pura Besakih . The largest and most important Hindu temple, which is located on the mountain Gunung Agung . In general, there are about twenty thousand temples on the island! Balinese people take their beliefs seriously.
One of the most interesting sights of Bali is the Pura Taman Ayun Temple , in the south of the island. Translated as “Temple in the garden.” It is the second largest after the Pura Besakih temple.
In the temple Uluwat the Kecak dance is being staged. About 150 dancers take part in the performance. They tell about the struggle between good and evil. The performance takes place in the evening, under the light of the lights. Such a sight will not leave anyone indifferent.
Rice terraces, a crocodile farm, a botanical garden, waterfalls, a monkey forest are also on the island. By visiting them, you will be satisfied.
The island has a hard-to-reach Kelingking Beach (although in fact you can get there by bike and go down with comfortable shoes and clothes), where you probably won’t be able to swim because of the strong waves, but getting stunning views is guaranteed.
Rice terraces are worth seeing, if only for the sake of interest, there you can also relax, walk, take unforgettable photos.
In the monkey forest we recommend you to be extremely careful, because these animals are very curious and will not stand on ceremony with you. So if you have jewelry or some valuable things, be sure to hide them more securely. Monkeys are also very greedy for food and will gladly take it away from you. In general, you will have unique emotions from communicating with them for a long time.
After a busy cultural program, don’t forget to think about some rest. For example, a water park: it will be interesting for both adults and children. In turn, bars, restaurants, cafes will delight you with delicious dishes.
Due to the rapid development of tourism, it has become very important to hold wedding ceremonies in Bali. The wedding can be classical or according to local customs, but in any case it will be indescribably beautiful and unforgettable. If you are in doubt about how, and most importantly, where to hold your wedding ceremony, Bali is the right place to go!
It is interesting to note that there are only 2 seasons on Bali . January and February have the highest rainfall. The average annual temperature is 26 ° C. In the resort areas it is warm day and night, but in the mountains the nights are quite cool. In the ocean, the water temperature is 26-28 ° C.