Resorts and Attractions in Indonesia
Exotic places, vivid impressions, wonderful memories await you. Indonesia is famous for its islands, ocean and waves. This is a country of mountains, volcanoes, dense forests, picturesque coasts, amazing natural beauty. This is the land of ever-blooming nature, which combines the features of Asian flora and fauna with some Australian animals and plants. Along with picturesque nature, the country is rich in majestic temples, huge mosques and museums.
Bintan Islandwill allow you to move away from life’s problems, anxieties and worries accumulated over the year. The variety of recreational opportunities is the hallmark of the island. Both lovers of active and fans of beach holidays will find themselves here. Exotic and fun, solitude and tranquility, excursions and sports walks – you just have to choose.
According to Businesscarriers, holidays in Indonesia are not only about water sports, beautiful beaches and colorful markets. Beyond these tropical pleasures, there is the lush wild jungle of Sumatra, the gateway to rich ancient culture at Borobudur, and thriving traditional lifestyle communities. And all this can only be seen on the main island of Java.. Here you can still feel the colonial presence of the British and Dutch.
Bali is an island that is part of Indonesia and belongs to the Malay Archipelago. Bali is a paradise in the Indian Ocean and can be called the island of the Gods. The nature here is rich and varied. Here you can find many dormant and active volcanoes. The most famous is the Giant Agung. The most beautiful place is the eastern part of the island where the mountains intersect with the sea. The main cities of the island are Singaraja and Denpasar.
Bali – the Island of the Gods amazes tourists with the beauty of its pristine nature. Here you can visit dozens of Hindu temples, as well as colorful dance performances, a monkey forest and a gallery of rock bas-reliefs. Tropical exotic lovers will not remain indifferent.
The landscape of the island is decorated with coconut palms, rice terraces, sandy beaches and turquoise skies. The province of Bali is part of Indonesia, in the Lesser Sunda Islands group. From the south it is washed by the waters of the Indian Ocean and from the north by the Bali Sea of the Pacific Ocean. On the territory of the island, in the north-eastern part, there are two large active volcanoes: Gunung Agung and Gunung Batur. For thrill-seekers, the Batur volcano in the crater of which there is a botanical garden.
The capital of Bali is Denpasar, a quiet and green city located in the southern part of the island.
The Balinese are representatives of the Hindu society. That is why life on the island is a constant colorful dance performances, parades and carnivals. The Balinese are proud of their traditions and strictly follow the rules of conduct.
Bali is located close to the equator, because the climate here is subequatorial with monsoons. Instead of four seasons, there are only two: dry (June to October) and wet (November to March). The average temperature on the island is +28 degrees. The island is famous for its traditional wooden sculptures and batik silk paintings. You can visit many picturesque temples surrounded by tropical jungles and mountain waterfalls. There are also excellent conditions for diving or surfing. In any case, on the island you will get a lot of unforgettable experiences.
“Bali is the morning of the world” – Jawaharlal Nehru. Unique island culture and amazing natural landscape. There are many different accommodation options for tourists in Bali. For tourist groups, mini hotels and large villas are suitable. Hotels closer to the ocean are more expensive than those further from the coast.
In the east and north of the island there are traditional beaches combined with beautiful nature. In the west of the island – a wild place. In the south of the island there is a developed infrastructure combined with the noisy life of megacities (if you want to relax in nature, take the direction to the east of the island). The center of the island is the cultural capital of Bali (there is no sea, but there are pools and attractions).
The dry season in Bali lasts from July to October. Rains are coming – November-March.
Yoga tour in Bali – Resort “Ubud” (the city of Ubud – the center of art crafts) in the central part of the island (mini-hotel “Olero”, hotel “For Seasons Resort Sayan 5*”).
Bali resorts – Jimbaran, Kuta, Lovina, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Tanah Lot, Ubud, Uluwatu, Chandidasa.