Known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is a stunningly beautiful tropical island, with sandy beaches, exciting nightlife, spectacular highlands, exquisite cuisine and friendly people. It is definitely the jewel in Indonesia's crown. There are direct flights to Bali from many airports in Asia and Australia and excellent connections are available for European passengers wishing to book flights to Bali.
Bali has a tropical climate all year round with two different seasons; dry season from April to October and wet season from November to March. The average temperature is around 30 degrees Celsius all year-round. The average yearly rainfall is between 893.4 mm and 2702.6 mm with an average humidity of 79%.
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The island of Bali is part of the country of Indonesia and lies in the Indian Ocean, next to the island of Java. Bali is divided into 8 regencies (Badung, Gianyar, Tabanan, Bangli, Karangasem, Jembrana, Buleleng and Klungkung), 51 districts and 666 administrative villages. Denpasar is the capital of Bali.
Bali is a both a mountainous and volcanic island. Ayung River is one of the many rivers on the island. The diverse landscape also features rainforests, rice field terraces and beaches. The warm sea is inhabited by colourful fish swimming around the coral reefs and larger mammals such as dolphins.
Wildlife in Bali includes squirrels, deer, monkeys, wild pigs, geckos, snakes and Komodo dragons. The island is also home to around three hundred species of birds.
Bali’s buildings have been influenced by Asian architecture, such as Indian (Hindu), Chinese and Polynesian. The Bali Museum contains examples of palaces and temples and many thousands of temples (such as the amazing Tanah Lot at sunset), shrines and pavilions can be seen in Bali.
Ninety-five percent of the population is Balinese Hindu. Followers of the religion practise a combination of Hinduism and Balinese beliefs.
Food in Bali is both Indonesian and Balinese, although a wide variety of cuisines are available for tourists. Spit-roasted pig and baked duck are Balinese specialities. Spices and coconut are used in cooking. Fresh fruit includes pineapples, breadfruit, mangoes and passion fruit. Cakes, pastries and sweets are also popular.
Bali is well known for its spas and revitalising health treatments. Why not allow yourself to relax and be pampered at one of Bali’s beautiful hotels?
Bali has so much to offer visitors; shopping at one of the many malls or local markets, exciting nightlife in Kuta, white water rafting, cycling, Ubud Monkey Forest or Reptile Park, the breath-taking views of Mount Batur, a quiet stroll along Sanur Beach, Waterbom park with fun-filled water activities and rides, sunset and daytime cruises, exploring rainforests, snorkelling, surfing, diving, golf and much, much more.
Bahasa Indonesian is the official language of Bali although English is widely spoken.
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