Truly stunning – Stunning beaches, stunning sunsets, stunning mountains with beautiful forests and rice paddies.
Warmth – It’s always warm and sunny in tropical Bali. Warm water to swim in (beach or pool), get a suntan and get yourself a vitamin D boost.
The people – Some of the nicest and friendliest people on earth. They seem to have mastered the art of great hospitality and service with a genuine smile.
Shopping – Bali is a shoppers paradise. From the street stalls in Legian selling fakes of almost everything, to the many surf shops in Kuta, fashion boutiques in Seminyak, handicraft shops in Ubud and everything in between, Bali has a lot to offer the keen shopper.
The food – Indonesian food is legendary – from the spicy sambal and fresh seafood to nasi goreng, gado-gado… and who could go past mouth-watering satays? Bali has experienced a change in recent times with an influx of new world class restaurants popping up and offering some amazing dishes and flavours from around the world.
Cheap – Super affordable, there would not be many places in the world where you can live like royalty for almost nothing. For a cheap hotel in New York, London or Sydney you can enjoy 5 star luxury in Bali with all the trimmings.
Culture – Bali and the Balinese have a very strong link to their culture and religion. The island is bursting with shrines, temples and ancient sites, just waiting to be explored.
Action (… or not…) – One of the nice things about Bali is you can relax by the pool or you can easily fill your holiday with a range of touring and activities.
White water rafting, mountain biking, quad biking, art classes, water sports, yoga, cooking classes, surfing, kite flying (and making if you like) shopping, village and cultural visits, a water theme park and a safari park… the list goes on.
There is enough in Bali to keep anyone and everyone busy.