June 14, 2020 3 min read


Bali is an island in Indonesia known for its iconic rice paddies, forested volcanic mountains, beaches, and coral reefs. Bali is also home to various religious sites such as Cliffside Uluwatu Temple. There are countless other destinations to travel for millions of tourists every year. This fascinating island is their favorite: Bali's captivating spiritual energy, unending idyllic beaches, terraced rice fields, and exotic sunsets. There is so much to experience and see from the tremendous island paradise. Traveling to Bali feels like a never-ending adventure where there is an activity to suit everyone. Among the many islands in Indonesia, Bali shines the brightest in tourism.


The unending list of spectacular beaches is probably the most evident reason to visit this paradise island. Every beach has its charm from extreme water sports and diving to soft white sand and limestone cliffs. From luxurious Nusa Dua and mainstream Kuta, remote beaches away from the crowds, there is a beach for everyone, every mood, and every need.  



Bali's beauty is much deeper than its beautiful appearance. The island is home to many cultural traditions that are still being practiced. The Balinese hold many celebrations and ceremonies throughout the year, most of which are enjoyed by curious tourists. Tourists enjoy Bali’s culture through dance and remarkable architecture.




The Balinese are spiritual people; their houses are furnished with a small temple at which they pray. Temple tours are precisely popular among tourists for cultural insights, religious value, and aesthetic pleasure. From an impressive sea temple overlooking the ocean to a soul-calming grand temple complex on the mountain, Bali's temples should not be missed.




There is an activity for every adventurous in Bali; it has various surf breaks at most popular surfing spots or rent boards and starts learning how to ride the waves. Jump from cliffs and waterside in Aling-Aling waterfall or experience intricate artificial slides at Waterbom. Tourists descend in the sea inside the submarine, dive into the sea, and experience walking on the seabed.




Besides stunning beaches and magical temples, Bali has nearly every kind of natural beauty. Wonderful ranges with lush greenery, attractive lakes, amazing waterfalls, flower gardens, secret canyons, and gushing sacred rivers all make up the island's landscape.




Bali's fertile and rich soil, and also great traditional recipes have created a distinctive cuisine. Bali's traditional meal is enjoyed as street food or fine dining. Many international chefs are brought to Bali to learn, design, and modify recipes. Bali has no shortage of restaurants with international menus; their many restaurants are serving vegan, organ, or even raw food.


Bowl of tropical fruit



Most people who have traveled to Bali say Balinese are the friendliest people. Making new friends is much comfortable than anywhere else; the locals are often interested in engaging in a conversation with tourists. Their friendliness and warmth have made many tourists feel welcome.




Balinese create art whenever possible. Favorably for tourists, this means galleries in every neighborhood, murals on every corner, traditional art products, and overall artistic vibe throughout the island. Most people on the island are involved in creative pursuits, painters, instrument players, craftspeople, and designers.


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