Most people flock to Bali for its beaches and there is no end of golden sand to choose from. It has a long list of resorts offering top class accommodation as well as a great selection of facilities for families and couples alike. Travel inland and you’ll discover a scenic interior with charming villages and quite breathtaking scenery.
The Balinese are renowned for their warmth and friendliness, it’s no wonder that this is one of the few destinations in the world that rarely disappoints and this is largely due to the wonderful hospitality and welcome that visitors receive when they are arrive here.You’ll find restaurants serving all kinds of international cuisine in Bali, including Thai, Indonesian and East Javanese. The seafood is particularly good: lobster here is inexpensive, and you could probably afford to eat it every day if you wanted. A Balinese favourite is suckling pig, and Bali’s curries use exotic ingredients such as banana flowers and palm hearts. Glass noodles with vegetables is a tasty classic.
Bali has a tropical climate appropriate to its proximity to the equator. Year round temperatures averaging 31 degrees Celsius. High humidity can be expected during the Wet Season between the months of October – April. The Dry Season between the months of May – September have also the lowest humidity.
The Wet Season brings daily rain and quiet overcast days with the most rain recorded between December – February. Occasionally rainfall can also be expected during the dry season but usually at night or very early morning. June – August there is usually a very refreshing cool breeze all day long. The central mountain area is typically cooler than the lower coastal areas mainly especially at night.
Bali is in fact not a country by itself but a province in the string of islands that make up Indonesia. It is at the westernmost end of the islands between Java and Lombok.
• Find the Beaches-Look for the incredible beaches, a place you do not want to miss. They range from jet black volcanic sands to sugar golden- a perfect paradise to romantically relax.
• Escape the crowds and go north- The beautiful north coast is still relatively untouched and so remains a tropical oasis of tranquility. Stay in Puri Ganesha and relax in a stunning villa, while escaping the tourists on your special holiday for two!
• Go to the cultural heart in Ubud- With Balinese dancing and tempting temples to discover, the back drop of river gorges. The COMO Shambhada estate, a unique health retreat, giving you the opportunity to recover after your wedding stress!
• Party! Party! Party!- If nightlife a key part of your honeymoon, then Seminyak is the place for you to visit! This Bali hot spot is brimming with excellent bars and restaurants providing exquisite cocktails and food!
Bali is known as the ‘Island of the gods’….
…it’s not hard to see why, with miles of beach, vibrant reefs teeming with tropical fish and quite unrivalled beauty.
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