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10 Holiday(s) found in Bali | Price Range: Rs. 37,575 to Rs.70,750

Bali Tour Packages

A trip to Bali is a journey through an exquisite landscape of mountains and hills that are complemented by sandy beaches as well as stunning coastline. The place is also known for beautiful rice terraces, archaeological attractions and an amazing culture of welcoming locals. There are many things that make Bali a great island destination for tourists to visit at least once in a lifetime. It is guaranteed that once someone visits this beautiful land, he or she is bound to come back again. The popular province of Indonesia houses many cities that are important from both cultural and natural aspects. Kuta, for example, attracts many surfers as well as boasts of many shopping venues and exciting nightlife. Seminyak is known as a place that is quieter and offers upscale beachside villas and resorts. Other major cities of this Indonesian province are Candidasa, Sanur, Jimbaran, Denpasar, Padang Bai, Ubud and Lovina. Indonesia tour packages include all or most of these cities. Bali offers a whole bunch of natural attractions like Mount Agung and Mount Batur, as well as historical sites like Pakerisan Valley, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces and Taman Ayun Temple, which always figure in the itinerary of Bali tour packages. Mount Agung and Mount Batur, located in the north-central part of the island and featuring crater lakes, rivers and rainforests, attract travellers for nature-trek. The region also allures visitors around the world for its long list of idyllic beaches that include names like Kuta, Dreamland, Lovina, Padang Padang, Geger, Jimbaran, Seminyak and Sanur. Hindu temples of Bali are popular sights and due to a large number of such temples, it is sometimes known as the Island of a Thousand Temples. As per a popular belief, these temples are said to guard the land against the dark forces and have been built mostly on water edges and rugged cliffs. Besakih Temple, also popular by the name of Mother Temple, is more than a thousand years old. Tanah Lot is another major temple that is constructed off the coast on a rock and serves as a great sunset point. Other popular temples that must be included in the itinerary of a holiday package of Bali are Taman Ayun, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Pura Pasar Agung, Goa Lawah, Pura Masceti and Pura Luhur Batukaru. There is much more to Bali than temples and beaches, such as the famous Balinese massage and delicious cuisine. And tourists can explore all the different aspects of this Indonesian province by opting for a suitable Bali tour package.

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Bali Classic Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Classic Special

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Bali Honeymooner Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Honeymooner Special

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Bali Adventure Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Adventure Special

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Fun In Bali

4 Nights Bali (4)


Fun In Bali

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Bali Shopping Special

4 Nights Bali (4)


Bali Shopping Special

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Ubud South Bali Special

4 Nights Ubud (2)  →  Bali (2)


Ubud South Bali Special

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BALI AND GILLI TRAWANGAN SPECIAL

5 Nights Bali (2)  →  Gilli (2)  →  Bali (1)


BALI AND GILLI TRAWANGAN SPECIAL

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Bali Guide

  • Shopping in Bali

    Shopping in Bali is a delightful experience as there are various antique shops and big malls. Balinese are known for their skills as artisans, particularly for woodcarving and objects made of silver, gold and other metals. Various shops and galleries sell exclusive paintings and precious jewellery. Those who want to enjoy branded shopping can visit Discovery Shopping Mall and Beachwalk Mall. DFS Galleria Bali, with the world's most expensive brands, attracts those who want to indulge in branded shopping. To make a purchase for Balinese handicrafts and souvenirs at reasonable rates, tourists can head to the famous Geneva Handicraft Supermarket.

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  • Food Cuisines in Bali

    There are a number of dishes in Bali that are specific to this region and are loved by the local people. The most important part of the dishes here is Pork, which is not used anywhere else. Among the local favourites is the Babi Guling, which is popularly served in festivals and family functions. Betutu is another famous dish made up of meat of chicken or duck and cooked in charcoal fire with local herbs.

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  • Must do & Must Experience in Bali

    The island of Bali, with a large number of beaches, amusement parks, palaces, temples and museums, is among the most visited tourist destinations of the country of Indonesia. Pay a visit to Sanur, which is among the Bali's largest traditional villages and a prominent tourist hub. Sanur is famous for its sun-kissed beach and is an ideal site to watch the rising sun. Other popular beaches include Kuta Beach, Legian Beach, Jimbaran Beach and Lovina Beach. Those who want to try adrenaline-pumping activities can indulge in river rafting, ocean rafting or offshore rafting at these seafronts. To get an insight into the rich heritage of the region, visitors can head to museums like Anak Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA), Antonio Blanco Museum and Gedong Kirtya. The rarest collection of Indonesian, and South America and African birds can be sighted in the Bali Bird Park. For a peaceful vacation, visiting Ubud, which is famous for its divine temple and Ubud Monkey Forest, can be a great choice. The sacred monkey forest has around 340 long-tailed macaques.

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  • Calendar of Events in Bali

    Festivals and events are organised all year-round in Bali. Balispirit Festival is celebrated from 28th March to 3rd April, every year. This vibrant festival of dance, music and yoga is popular among locals and tourists alike. Bali Arts Festival, organised in the months of June and July, is another important festival that marks the Indonesian calendar. Those interested in fashion, visit this destination during Bali Fashion Week, which is organised in the last week of May. As there are various temples, a number of religious events are also organised here. Hari Raya Pagerwesi and Hari Raya Saraswati are among the most awaited festivals. Bali Kite Festival is an international festival that is celebrated in Sanur Beach every year in the month of July. This festival is celebrated by the villagers to impress the Hindu harvest gods.

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  • Weather in Bali

    Bali experiences a tropical monsoon climate, with temperature ranging from 20 to 33 degree Celsius. The rainy season starts from the month of October and continues till March, when there is high humidity and heavy rainfall. The period between April and September remains dry with low humidity and is most suitable for outdoor activities. Sightseers can visit this destination between the months of May and August, when the weather remains cool and rainfall is light. This place witnesses a huge influx of tourists during the Christmas period.

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  • History of Bali

    Artefacts, excavated from various historic sites in Bali, prove its history to be more than 7,000 years old. In the early times, Bali served as an important trading centre for various islands in Southeast Asia. East Java culture influenced the Balinese culture and by the late 1200s, the control was in the hands of Hindu Majapahit Empire. A colony was established in the year 1343, and the island was dominated by Hinduism. Some local people did not accept the take-over of the Hindus and created their own region with a unique Balinese culture. This culture is still prevalent in some parts of the island and the followers are commonly known as Balinese or Bali Aaga. The first explorers to settle in Bali were the Dutch, who continued to expand within Indonesia for two and a half centuries. By the year 1840, the Dutch had full political control over the region, though villagers and local tribes were allowed to practise their own religion. In 1930, Japanese took the control from the Dutch, which was regained by the strong Dutch army again in 1945. Balinese people also fought against the Dutch forces, but were easily defeated. Till 1949, Bali was the part of State of East India till the Dutch seceded from the region. Since then, this place is an independent republic.

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