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Beautiful Bali Tour

Beautiful Bali Tour TourCode : 1283
Duration  3 Nights / 4 Days
Destination  Indonesia
Route  Delhi-Bali-Delhi
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round




Day 1: Arrive Bali
Welcome to Indonesia a Truly Asian Experience! On arrival in Bali, you will be met and transferred by the local representative to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight stay in Bali.

Day 2: Bali
Today after breakfast the day is free for your own activities. Overnight stay in Bali.

Day 3: Bali
The day is at leisure to explore the island on your own. Overnight stay in Bali.

Day 4: Depart Bali
Your arrangements conclude today with a departure transfer to the airport from Bali to the next destination.



Housed in an ancient temple, the Pura Jagatnatha Temple in Denpasar is the main museum of Bali. Architecturally, the building looks more like a palace than a traditional Balinese temple; but it was a temple at one time, dedicated to the deity, Sang Hyang Widi Wasa, the Supreme God. Worth seeing is the museum’s collection of Balinese art- ranging from traditional and pre-historic to contemporary- you’ll see some good instances of Balinese culture here.

Kuta is strictly for the sun-sea and sand brigade; it’s a beach resort, on the road to the Bukit Peninsula, and is well known amongst surfers- the waves are perfect for it (swimming isn’t actually advised, as the currents can be quite strong).

The resort has lots of hotels (some of the locals also let out rooms for home-stays, which can be a good idea if you’re planning to spend a day or two in Kuta), and there are restaurants, nightclubs and shops galore. One particularly noteworthy thing about Kuta is the range of cultural performances you can see here- probably the best in Bali; there’s something or the other happening virtually every night.

Part of southern Bali, and not too far from Denpasar is Nusa Dua , generally regarded as Bali’s premier beach resort. It has the cream of tourist accommodation- if you can afford it, you can actually live in the lap of luxury. Even if you can’t, it’s close enough to Denpasar for you to just drive down and drink in the beauty of the place- clean white sands, deep blue seas and coconut trees. It’s a nice place to spend your day, though it’s a trifle crowded at times.

Northwest of Denpasar is the temple of Tanah Lot , supposed to have been built by the last priest who came to Bali from Java (in the 16th century).

The temple stands on a rock surrounded by the sea, and part of the ceremonial worship includes ritual offerings to the spirits of the sea. The rocky island on which the temple stands is overrun by poisonous snakes, which the locals believe to be the guardians of the temple, shielding it from evil spirits and intruders.

Both Batubulan and Celuk lie to the northeast of Denpasar, and are worth visiting from the point of view of culture. A good excursion can be planned around Batubulan, where you can spend part of the day looking at the beautifully carved stone ornaments (many of them in the form of deities and demons), which are a specialty of the village. Many of the local artisans have workshops where you can watch them at work- and buy ornaments too. After Batubulan, you can carry on towards Celuk, which is known for its distinctive gold and silver jewellery.




For anybody who’s fond of beautiful things- especially traditional arts and crafts, Bali can seem like heaven on earth. The island has an astounding range of handicrafts, all of them delicate, lovely and typically Balinese.

Among the best-known and easily available handicrafts are batiks, embroidered and woven cottons and silks, paintings, leather ware, pottery, shell ornaments, masks, woodcarvings, basketry, bamboo furniture, carved bone and silverwork.

All around the island, and particularly in the capital, Denpasar, you’ll find umpteen shops selling these handicrafts. Nearly all of them are fairly expensive though, so be prepared to bargain if you want to get a good deal.


Eating Joints


Bali is one of Indonesia’s most popular tourist destinations- if not the most popular, and the island’s infrastructure has been built up to cater to the hordes which swoop down on it every year. An important aspect of the tourism framework is that of places to eat- and Bali sure has plenty of them, both within hotels and resorts, and in the form of stand-alone restaurants. Besides Indonesian food, the other popular cuisines include Chinese, Japanese and Continental. If you like seafood, you can really go on a binge in Bali- it has some of the best seafood restaurants in the country.

Go to a small restaurant as the food will be better and tastier also the food sold by the various venders all over the Bali is unique and authentic like the kaki lima and bakso. Padang has some good eateries as well including traditional and international dishes.

Denpasar, the capital of Bali, is the main city when it comes to entertainment- there are theatres, amusement centres and venues where cultural performances are held. However, even outside of Denpasar, you’ll be able to find something or the other to keep you amused. Most hotels and resorts have their own nightclubs, discotheques and bars. Try the Bintang beer and the Bali Hai, the local beers of this place.

Some even have specific cultural venues, where there are regular performances of traditional Balinese dances, music and other performing arts. One of the best places for a glimpse of Balinese art- fine art as well as performing arts- is the Werdhi Budaya Art Centre in central Denpasar, which houses the Dance Academy and a Dance & Drama School. It’s a great place to see Balinese culture at its best.



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