An Indonesian province, Bali lies in the westernmost part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The provincial capital is Denpasar, which is the most populated and also houses the airport catering to both international and domestic flights. Suitable for touring in the months of May to September, Bali is well-known due to its water sports such as banana boating, parasailing, jet skiing and many more. Probably smaller in size than Hawaii, Bali has become a popular tourist destination in the last decade. Whether it be solo travelers, honeymoon couples or families – all throng to Bali to experience the beauty of this tropical island. Home to several spectacular beaches, the Benoa Beach is well-known for its beauty and various water sports locations.
Bali is also home to a significant Hindu population, which highlights the reason why Bali is replete with several Hindu temples. Mengwi Temple, located at close proximity to Denpasar, is one of the well-renowned Hindu temples in the province. Nested amidst spectacular mountains and greenery, the temple used to initially serve as the family temple of the Mengwi empire. An iconic spot in East Bali now is the Pura Luhur Lempuyang. It is known among tourists as the “gates of heaven.” This is probably the most picturesque spot in Bali and you will not have completed your trip, if you did not visit the “gates of heaven.” You get to catch a wonderful glimpse of Mount Agung and tourists flock here every year in thousands to click that perfect picture.
When you visit a foreign place, you never truly learn or experience that place, unless you have their food. Hence, you should not miss out on an opportunity to relish authentic Balinese food. Although their cuisine is a part of their indigenous tradition, certain influences from other regional Indonesian cuisines, Indian and Chinese, has penetrated Balinese cuisine. This tends to make the cuisine quite diverse. Dishes such as Sate Lilit, Nasi Goreng, Serapah Penyu, Bebek and Ayam Betutu need to be tried. Another very popular Balinese street dish Bakso has to be tried while you are in Bali.
If you are an admirer of culture, Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, is a place you cannot afford to miss. Surrounded by rainforests and rice fields, this quaint little village is famous for its traditional dance and handloom. Ancient caves, with sacred significance are also found all around Ubud. And perhaps, the most breathtaking part of the journey is the visit to the active volcano Mount Batur. A caldera lake lies to the south-eastern side of the mountain.
Bali, has slowly turned into the most sought-after place to visit for Indians. Find Your Adventure assures all travel lovers that their needs and expectations shall be taken care of when they are in Bali. We shall be providing you accommodation in the best-rated hotels and ensure that you visit all the major spots in Bali. We shall be available for 24*7 help and support during your trip. Find Your Adventure will ensure that your trip to this tropical beauty is one that remains etched to your memory.