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Things to see in Bali
Experience the rich cultural history of Bali with a visit to one of its many temples, said to number over ten thousand! Tirta Empul is one of the highlights, and bathing in its holy waters is said to be a deeply spiritual experience. Bali's magnificent beaches are reason enough to visit the island. Pandang Padang beach is popular with surfers and a private lesson with a local instructor is a great way to gain some insider knowledge of the best surf spots. Nearby is the Balinese sea temple of Uluwatu. Perched on a steep clifftop with stunning views of the Indian Ocean, the temple is also known for the traditional kecak fire dance performances that take place here each day. A visit to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary in Ubud also comes highly recommended. Set in lush swathes of green jungle, the sanctuary is home to three holy temples and a conservation center for Bali’s sacred Macaque monkey.
4-star hotels in Bali
Inspired by the splendor of the island’s natural beauty, many 4 star beach resorts in Bali come with stunning private beachfronts, lagoon pools, and terraced beach areas. Some also offer complimentary watersports such as kayaking, diving, and snorkeling. Apart from spacious well-appointed suites, plentiful on-site dining options, and impressive spa facilities, quite a few 4-star hotels in Bali provide balcony hot tubs and Jacuzzis, surely the last word in indulgence. Many travelers comment on the friendliness of the Balinese, which extends to the staff in Bali's 4-star hotels. Innately gracious and warm, they routinely go out of their way to make your stay as memorable as possible.
Where to stay in Bali
Covering a short stretch of the South Bali coastline, the areas of Kuta, Legian, and Seminyak are among the top destinations for visitors to Bali. There are many upscale resorts and hotels in this lively area, along with great nightlife. It's also home to Bali's main shopping district where visitors can explore artisan craft stalls and designer outlets. Lots of Bali's best restaurants are concentrated here, where local chefs are known for their fresh spin on regional cuisine. A haven for surfers, the Bukit Peninsula is another popular place to stay and also offers some of the top beaches in Bali.
How to get to Bali
Bali has one international airport, Ngurah Rai International Airport, and direct flights to Bali are available year round. Many travelers opt to fly into Jakarta, the Indonesian capital's airport, and then catch a connecting flight to Bali. Once you have arrived in Bali, there's an official taxi counter outside the main arrivals area where you can order a licensed taxi to your hotel for a fixed fee. Bali is a small island, and much of your travelling can be done on foot, the perfect opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the island as you go along.
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