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Travel Guide to Bali – Indonesia’s Most Popular Island

Indonesia’s Most Popular Island

Bali is definitely on top of the list of magical places in the world. It is the number one destination for every young person out there, it’s also frequently visited by couples, older people, and every traveling enthusiast will definitely mention that Bali is on top of their travel bucket list.

How could it not be? There is a lot to see, try, and experience there. From the beautiful, sandy beaches, to the temples, ceremonies, and the delicious local food that is prepared from fresh ingredients. 

In the following article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Bali, and by the end of this article, you’ll be looking to book an Indonesian island cruise that will definitely remain remembered.

Cruising is the best option when it comes to visiting Indonesian Islands as you will be able to see way beyond Bali and truth to be told, this archipelago has many mesmerizing hidden gems waiting to be discovered.   

Indonesia's Most Popular Island

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Things to see, try and do in Bali 

1. Sandy beaches

Bali has some magical white sand beaches that will leave you breathless. You can visit them, and stay there sunbathing the whole day. All you need is a towel and sunscreen that will protect you from the sun.

You can cool down by swimming in the ocean, and dry yourself out on the beach before entering again. Once you get back from the trip, people will instantly notice your tan, and they’ll ask you everything. 

2. Temples

Indonesian locals are mostly Muslim, but Bali locals are devoted to Hinduism, so you should expect to see lots of temples, and you can also visit most of them. You should know some basic rules that apply when visiting temples in Bali, but it’s easy to follow them. Make sure you do your homework before leaving for the trip. Some of the well-known temples are 

Besakih Temple, Taman Ayun Temple and  Samuan Tiga Temple. 

3. Local food 

You can always have your meals in the hotel where you’re staying or on the cruiser, but where’s the fun in that? You need to try local Bali food, that way you’ll be one step closer to the locals, and you’ll experience Bali on a whole new level.

The food is always fresh, and since Bali is surrounded by the ocean, you should expect lots of seafood. Babi Guling, Gado Gado, and Sate should find their way on your food list. Your palette will experience every flavor in the book, starting from sweet, spicy, and salty all at the same time. 

4. Adventures 

Bali is both fun and relaxing. You get to spend some time in peace and quiet, but you also want to experience adventure, right? Well, luckily for all the adrenaline seekers out there, Bali offers activities that can include and exclude water. From the water-based activities, we present kayaking, surfing, snorkeling, diving, swimming in the ocean. 

But, you can also hike and explore the island, because there are some beautiful trails where trees and nature are following you at all times. Make sure to hike with someone who knows the place by heart, and hike on trails that are marked. You can find some great intimate places that will offer you some privacy with a spectacular view. 

Travel Guide to Bali

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Time management 

Bali is not that big of an island, but there is a lot to see and experience here. You’ll need a lot more than just a couple of days, but you shouldn’t stay for too long, because you’ll fall in love with the place so much, you won’t ever leave it. Not that it’s a bad thing after all! But, if you want to make the most out of it, you need to have a good plan. There are two options available for you. 

The first one is to explore the island with a guide. Tourist guides know the place like the palm of their hand, given the experience they have. They’ll show you all the hidden spots, and you’ll be left with more time for relaxing and sightseeing.

The second option available is to explore the island all by yourself. This will take a lot more time, but you’ll discover places on your own, which is an indescribable feeling. Whatever option you choose, your trip will be great, because Bali is a magical place, different from everything you’ve ever seen. 

The right season to visit Bali 

Bali has the perfect temperatures all year long, but you want the weather to be comfortable and you don’t want to be dripping sweat from the long days in the sun.

That’s why, the best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the warm months that are perfect for swimming, diving, and hiking in the forest, but also for walking and visiting important locations and temples. Once your trip is over, you’ll pack your back for departure and you’ll be booking your next trip to Bali once again! 

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