Before your visit to Bali, you need to find out more about where to stay in Bali. Balinese’s uniqueness gives some inspiration for hoteliers and travel agents to accommodate you. We separate hotels in Bali based on the areas for you to travel by easy stages. There are plenty of hotels in Bali, depending on your budget and expectations, whether you travel for business trip or spend your precious holiday time with your family.>> Read More
There are many beautiful tourism objects which you can explore in Bali. All tours are arranged on guests’ situations depending on how many persons participating in any tours. English or any other languages speaking guide is also available to accompany you during the tours. Our daily packages are flexible and completely arranged based on guests’ needs.>> Read More
We offer many interesting tour packages which are inclusive accommodation, air-conditioned transportation, tour guide, meals and entrance fee to tourism objects such as Bedugul, Tanah Lot, Kintamani and many more. English or any other languages speaking guide is also available to accompany you during the tours. >> Read More
You wont miss an unforgettable adventurous experience which will bring you to the unique side of Bali ; such as water rafting at famous Ayung River or diving at Tulamben or Amed and Menjangan Island. An adventure to the island with cruises is also available.>> Read More
This is another option to get around Bali by self-driving or with an English Speaking driver. A 24 hours car rental is also available. We provide various types of cars such as family vans, jeep, mini-buses or buses which suitable for your holiday needs in Bali.>> Read More
Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country’s 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.
With a population recorded as 3,891,000 in 2010, the island is home to most of Indonesia’s small Hindu minority. In the 2000 census about 92.29% of Bali’s population adhered to Balinese Hinduism while most of the remainder follow Islam. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Bali, despite being a tourist haven for decades, has seen a surge in tourist numbers in recent years.
The island of Bali lies 3.2 km (2 mi) east of Java, and is approximately 8 degrees south of the equator. Bali and Java are separated by Bali Strait. East to west, the island is approximately 153 km (95 mi) wide and spans approximately 112 km (69 mi) north to south; its land area is 5,632 km².
Bali’s central mountains include several peaks over 3,000 metres. The highest is Mount Agung (3,142 m), known as the “mother mountain” which is an active volcano. Mountains range from centre to the eastern side, with Mount Agung the easternmost peak. Bali’s volcanic nature has contributed to its exceptional fertility and its tall mountain ranges provide the high rainfall that supports the highly productive agriculture sector. South of the mountains is a broad steadily descending area where most of Bali’s large rice crop is grown. The northern side of the mountains slopes more steeply to the sea and is the main coffee producing area of the island, along with rice, vegetables and cattle. The longest river, Ayung River, flows approximately 75 km.
The largest city is the provincial capital, Denpasar, near the southern coast. Its population is around 491,500(2002). Bali’s second-largest city is the old colonial capital, Singaraja, which is located on the north coast and is home to around 100,000 people. Other important cities include the beach resort, Kuta, which is practically part of Denpasar’s urban area; and Ubud, which is north of Denpasar, and is known as the island’s cultural centre.