Thursday, 25 July 2013

Indonesia Bali Indonesia

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With beaches galore, Bali Indonesia is a sunbather's paradise. Boasting a picture post card landscape, Bali Holidays are set amongst a backdrop of rice paddies, soaring volcanoes, lush tropical forests and warm Indian Ocean waters.

Bali tourism has long been popular among backpackers, young and trendy for its laid back vibe. Bali Indonesia has a lively art scene, with dance and writers festivals. Predominantly Hindu, a spiritual culture runs throughout the island with many of its temples and shrines the centre of daily ceremonies. The annual Galungan Festival presents the biggest religious festivity on the island. 

 Bali is just one of many Indonesia Islands and sits close to both Java and Lombok. Connections to Bali from Malaysia and Indonesia are well established. The western Bali port of Gilimanuk has regular ferries to Java. From Padang Bai ferry services run to Lombok every few hours. Rental bicycles, rental cars or motorbikes offer a particularly good way to break out from the regular Bali tourism traps and explore the island independently. Although most arrive in the transport hub of Denpasar, everyone heads straight out to Bali's famous south coastal region.

The biggest of Bali attractions and certainly what Bali tourism is famed for the fantastic beach culture. Bali Indonesia has been blessed with some super beaches. Although Bali's black volcanic beaches of the northern coast boasts a quieter atmosphere, it is the popular white sandy beaches of Bali's southern coast that draws most visitors on Bali vacations.

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