Bali Overview
What To See And Do
Tirta Empul Temple
Island Cruising
White Water Rafting
Elephant Safari Park
Rice Paddy Cycling
Sanur Beach
Related Destinations
Hong Kong
With an estimated 20,000 puras and shrines, Bali is known as the "Island of the Gods," encompassed by a temple on almost every corner.  The Balinese dedicate themselves to celebrating their rich culture through mesmerizing dance performances, enchanting temple ceremonies and exquisite artwork.  This extraordinary island in the Indonesian archipelago entices all of one's senses.
Breathtakingly beautiful beaches, sculpted rice terraces, lush forests and volcanic mountains create an ideal tropical paradise for nature lovers.  Foodies delight in local cuisine bursting with colors, flavors and spices.   Epicures enjoy the myriad of wellness centers and spas offering massages and rejuvenating body treatments combining acupressure, reflexology and aromatherapy.
The capital city of Denpasar in the south of Bali is a bustling multi-cultural metropolis brimming with government buildings, museums, palaces and temples.  Located in the heart of the island, Ubud is famous for its arts and crafts with much of the town and surrounding villages consisting of artists' workshops and galleries.
Tourism is the island's primary industry and travelers are catered to and welcomed by friendly locals.  Customize your trip to Bali with other exciting destinations in the region, such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, Bangkok and Jakarta.