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Why Bali
There are endless reasons why Bali has become the destination of choice for Australian holidaymakers. An amazing array of cultural experiences, daily sunshine, backdrops so beautiful they could be a painting and all at incredible value for money and just a short plane ride away. Small in size - the Indonesian island could be lapped by car within one day - but big on offering, each pocket of Bali has a personality so distinct they could almost be different countries.
Cosmopolitan Seminyak is the New York, Paris or London of the island. Upscale accommodation, designer boutiques, waterfront cocktail bars and trendy eateries is making this the spot of choice for the well-heeled with high standards. While Seminyak continues to build, nearby Kuta continues to thrive. Adventure activities, shopping opportunities, nightlife and dining are all amply at your fingertips, as is one of the world’s most famous stretches of sand, Kuta Beach.
For a little less action and a little more relaxation, travel to Ubud. Nestled up north amongst the lush green villages, the restful surrounds make it the perfect place for some reflection, meditation or a little indulgent pampering.
These regions are just the tip of the iceberg. There are also the surfing hotspots of Legian and Nusa Dua, the sublime coastlines of Jimbaran Bay and Uluwatu, the charming and traditional villages of Sanur and Tanjung Benoa and the quiet, seemingly undiscovered West Coast region plus the nearby islands of Lombok and Nusa Lembongan.
Bali Top Five
1. Get up close and personal with the elephants of the Elepha Safari Park & Lodge in Taro. Whether just visiting for the day or staying overnight, you’ll have ample opportunities to feed ride, bathe and learn about the creatures
2. Visit Tanah Lot Temple, one of the most significant sacred sites in Bali, which is perched on a rock on the South Western Coast
3. Go from market to table with an interactive cooking experience that will teach you how to pick your produce and prepare a traditional Balinese style meal
4. Experience the theatrics of a traditional Kecak Dance performance
5. Learn how to surf on iconic Kuta Beach with a skilled surfer guide.
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Each room has a modern design, a large wooden bed from the traditional cotton. The rooms and suites feature facilities:

  • Air conditioning with klimatkontrollem
  • TV or DVD player
  • Hairdryer
  • Fresh flowers
  • Mini bar
  • Luxury bathrobes
  • Mineral water
  • In Room Movies
  • Safe
  • Desk
  • Voltage 110/220 volt
Separate shower and bathroom
On the territory of the huge amount of tropical greenery, the centuries-old palm trees.
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Resorts pools on the island are contemporary in style. All hotels adapted to local conditions, the interior is decorated with local materials, fresh water is piped into the pool. If you want to get an idea of the life of Aboriginal people, then take a trip to the local fish market, where you prepare food from fresh pryby. There are wonderful hotels overlooking the Indian Ocean.
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Lovers of water sports can be found almost everything you could possibly want: kayaking, diving and surfing, river rafting, etc ..
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When to go
Due to its location just 375km south of the equator, Bali enjoys a tropical climate – consistently hot and sunny. The sun rises early and sets well into the evening, perfect for holidaymakers wanting to make the most of their days. There are two very distinct seasons throughout the year, the dry (from April to October) and the wet (from November to March). While downpours can be expected almost daily during wet season, the rain doesn’t tend to last for long and usually happens from early morning or in the night.
South Kuta stretches from below Kuta Square to the airport along a large expanse of beachfront. There are a variety of accommodation options including large beach resorts. The beachfront has been revived with a new boardwalk, enabling visitors to walk from the Patra in the South to the Hard Rock Cafe in the North.
Kuta is one of the world's most famous and fabulous beaches. Discovered in the 1970's by Australian surfers, the sun worshippers and party crowd soon followed - attracted to the wide stretches of uninterrupted white sandy beach. The beach is safe and maintained, filled with sunbathers and surfers. In the mornings you can see Balinese people throwing offerings to the gods into the sea. Kuta beach is the most popular place to stay in Bali, there are many beachfront hotels, bars and restaurants. Set back from the beach there are shops and markets to explore. Kids will love Waterbom Park, where they canride river rafts and macaroni tubes - while adults can enjoy the spa.
Legian is located between Kuta and the upscale Seminyak. Legian Beach is probably the second most famous beach after Kuta, but with fewer crowds and lower tides. A hive of activity reverberates throughout Legian with restaurants, markets, bars and local shops bringing visitors back year after year. Surfing, beach activities and relaxing are all high on the agenda in Legian. The area is also a prime shopping destination, full of shops and stalls selling everything from the lates designer clothes to Balinese souvenirs and local crafts.