Bali – Island of the Gods

Bali is an Indonesian island inhabited mostly by Hindus. The island is relatively famous all over the world as a famous getaway destination. A majority of the tourists fly down to southern Bali for their vacations since the region is more commercialized. Whereas the northern part is more offbeat in nature, with quiet black sand beaches and villages dotting the region. With a volcano, endless beaches, lush paddy fields, amusement parks and breathtaking temples, Bali should be included in every globetrotter’s bucket list, owing to its versatile nature as a perfect holiday destination.



Pura Tanah Lot

Seated at the edge of a cliff overlooking the endless sea, it is one of the oldest and holiest temples in Bali, visited by thousands who flock in to admire the sunset by the temple.

Mount Batur

It is an excellent hiking location that takes you up to the premises of the scenic active volcano. You can even boil eggs with the steam emanating from the volcano and admire the lake views.

Waterbom Bali

This amazing water theme park is ideal for a family excursion and hosts some of the most thrilling, jaw-dropping rides, that can be enjoyed by tourists of all age groups.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

This iconic Balinese temple with multi-tiered roofs has become a symbol of its rich culture and architectural finesse. It is beautifully surrounded by water, manicured bushes & blue hills.

Kuta Beach

An ideal location to indulge in some sunbathing as you sip in the cool coconut water directly from the freshly chopped coconut. Freshly caught & grilled seafood is on the list too.

Sekumpul Waterfall

This scenic water feature is a series of seven waterfalls that tumble down the cliffs covered in emerald green moss & bushes. Swimming beneath the waterfalls is refreshing.


Bali observes a silent day annually! They believe that every year, the evil spirits come by the island to hunt down the locals. To trick them, the entire island maintains a speech fast and tries to remain as silent as possible, to trick the spirits into showing that no one resides the island anymore. This exercise is observed with great tenacity, and the superstition is entertained with a lot of seriousness, with even the police instructing on maintaining the silent policy for the day.


Nearest Railway Station –

  • Ngurah Rai International Airport
  • Denpasar International Airport
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