Bali, Welcome to the Island of the Gods

BALI — THE “ULTIMATE ISLAND”

the island of Bali in Indonesia is year after year voted by the readers of all major travel magazines as one of the most enchanting travel and holiday destination in the whole world.
Bali is constantly changing. It’s dynamic. It’s organic. There is rapid development of Bali’s economy, local and international tourism, the influx of people from other Indonesian islands. However Bali has managed to maintain its uniqueness and magic over the decades, and keeps enchanting visitors from all over the world. Many of whom return regularly.

Bali

Bali offers an incredible wide variety of attractions and there are countless reasons why one should come to the Island of the Gods and enjoy an unforgettable holiday. The welcoming nature of the Balinese, the incredible value for money ratio for almost anything the island has to offer (particularly accommodation, food and spas) the unique, vibrant and alive culture, the physical beauty of the island, and the year-round pleasant climate make Bali a place regarded by many visitors as the “Ultimate Island Holiday Destination”.
Is Bali still authentic? What our editor has to say about that.

The friendly people and the overall safety guarantee visitors a totally relaxing stay. Bali is easy and safe. And if you respect some basic rules you will not get into trouble and you can roam around on this beautiful Indonesian Island without problems and enjoy a lifestyle atmosphere that is indeed difficult to describe. Check out the hotels, restaurants, attractions. You can find everything your heart desires – Bali is perfect backpackers and super luxury holiday seekers. The amount of choices at hand can be quite overwhelming. You might look for on of the best surfing experience Indonesia has to offer. Or you seek a relaxing, luxurious time out. You look to discover a different culture authentically. Stay in the best hotels and resorts and pay little? Get pampered in the best spas in Asia or get relaxing foot massages in one of the many small and really cheap spas that are scattered all over the island? All is there!

Where to stay on Bali

Bali is not easy to grasp in the beginning. There is simply too much to discover and all areas are different. Have a look at our Bali area guide on where to stay and then filter our partner hotel list accordingly. There are more than 3000 hotels you can choose from. There are more resorts and small guesthouses coming up. Plus, the many private villas that can be a great alternative for smaller groups or families.
Or check out our partner’s hotel listing with more than 3000 hotels – but make sure you use the filters and the map view, this helps a great deal to narrow down your choices.