Go for Bali

Bali & Beyond

Bali is the gem in Indonesia’s crown. This glorious island is home to rich scenes of terraced rice paddies, idyllic beaches, interesting culture and delectable cuisine. Observe gifted artisans at work, watch enrapturing customary move and visit beautiful temples. From nature treks to Adventure; this stunning island offers something for everybody. If you’ve never been to Bali or are a repeat visitor, Bali offers it all.

Below is a small selection of what we can offer. We have a huge selection of hotels and tours to suit every traveller.

Multi Centre Ideas

Singapore & Bali – Combine the spectacular city of Singapore with the idyllic beaches of Bali.

Ubud & Beaches – Combine the rice paddies & culture of Ubud with a stay at one of the fantastic beach resorts

Bali & Arabia – Combine Bali with cities in the Middle East, such as Dubai or Abu Dhabi.

Things to See & Do

Explore Bali’s famous beaches and lively nightlife. Bali has a range of resorts to suit every taste and budget. From lively Kuta to sophisticated Nusa Dua, Bali truly has it all.

For those who want to explore Bali and beyond, visit the rice terraces, Ubud Monkey Forest, spectacular Mt Bromo in East Java. Experience the rich and diverse culture that Indonesia has to offer.

Major Religious Festivals

On Bali — Festivals and religious events are important features in the social landscape of Bali, and are also permanent fixtures in Balinese daily life. Celebrations in Bali follow a lunar calendar rather than the Western calendar. Thus many major festivals fall on different dates over the years.

While the temple festivals are pretty to witness, a village festival is a rare treat. Most villages have their own annual festivals generally exclusive to their village. They can be enormous spectacles and worth a visit. Take a guide to explain the traditions and help with translations as most people who attend don’t speak English. Look out for the Med-medan in Denpasar , Ngerebeg Ceremony in Tegalalang, Usaba Sambah festival, which includes the makare kare and maayunan in Tenangan.

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