Bali tops the list of Indonesia’s most luxurious and cultural cities. The city is a unique destination for all types of strollers. For a family trip, honeymoon, budget travel, luxury experience, explore, surfing or spiritual pleasure… Tourists and strollers of every variety are drawn to Bali. You can also make a trip to any other city, including Indonesia’s because the tour is less than a month free.
The difference between India and Indonesia currency is that Indian tourists feel very rich here. The currency of Indonesia is also a rupee. It is called Indonesian Rupee. Nowadays, 100,000 Indonesian rupees are received against 471 Indian rupees. The rupee is cheap there, everything else is expensive. There is no restriction on drinking beer publicly. Cigarettes and cigars are also consumed by many people here. The typical Bali wine is found in Rose Flavor, which is the drunkest.
Small islands are charming in Bali:-
the small islands of Indonesia are also filled with savory views. Calm and relaxed. The most special is the Gili Island. It is a group of 3 islands – Gili Twangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air. It takes about an hour to reach Padang Bay via speed boat. The beaches here are quite clean. Seawater is also very clean. Boat parties are the pride of here. One can spend 4-5 hours partying and having fun while walking on the boat.
The heart of Bali is Kuta:-
Kuta, Seminac, and Jimbaran are famous places in South Bali. Kuta is the heart of Bali and also the center, while Seminac is the beach. There is a buzz of hi-fi restaurants and trendy fashion stores. Both places are 3 kilometers away from each other. There are many best options for spas too.
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Ubud, Indonesia’s savory hill station, is just 35 km from Bali on the top of the mountains. Surrounded by rice fields. The Kempuhan Ridge Walk is about a 1-kilometer walking track, where a beautiful view of lush green forests and rice fields is seen along the way. Not only this, but there is also the art, music, dance and beautiful temples in Bali.
Daily Ramayana Staged:-
The pilgrimage site of Hindus is the Pura Tirta Ampul. People take bath here amidst chanting. It is believed that they wash away their sins. This holy place is about 15 km from Bali. ‘Uluvatu Temple’ is also worth seeing. The cultural program is staged here every evening at 5 pm. Ramayana is also staged daily, which can be purchased by watching tickets.
How to reach:-
The air distance from Delhi to Bali is about 6,800 km. It takes about a quarter to eight hours to reach by flight. There is no direct flight to Bali so one has to go via Bangkok or Singapore or via Kuala Lumpur.
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