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From the airport
The only taxi service operating from ...
Care for hire
Renting a car in Bali isn’t a good ...
Taxi
According to several reviews, one the ...
Driving tips
Driving in Bali, as mentioned earlier, ...
Buses
Getting around Bali, the best way is to ...
City in a Day
Although it is impossible to really get a feel of the city you’re visiting, with Bali (since its ...
Nyepi
This marks the end of Melasti and silence is observed throughout the island. Lighting must be kept ...
Melasti
A religious festival, it is extremely loud and flamboyant. Villagers hand out flowers and ...
Pager Wesi
This day is special for Hindus where they celebrates the birth of Sang Yang, the creator of the ...
When to go
Best time to travel is from June through September when humidity is low and it is bright and sunny. ...

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Bali today
A few decades ago, the main forms of income for Bali were agricultural. Today, tourism is the single largest source of income for the Balinese. At least one member of every household is employed in the tourism industry. There was a sharp decline in the tourism industry after the 2002 and 2003 bombings in the busy shopping areas of Kuta and Jimbaran Bay. But things have picked up since then, especially after massive foreign investments (for instance, the Bulgari resort). Security measures such as bomb-sniffing dogs and security checks are now in place almost everywhere.
The beaches in B

Bali Back Then
Bali was ruled by the Javanese who laid the foundations of the Balinese culture today. Bali became the melting pot for everything related to religion and culture for Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam.
However, Bali was conquered by the Dutch settlers in 1909 after much resistance. The Dutch had reached Bali in the early 17th century but were unable to secure complete control even with the expansion of the Dutch East India Company. The island was passed to the French, the British and then finally the Dutch who completely took over. This resulted in a steady stream of early tourism sparked b

Amandari Resort
Nestled in the rice fields and the green terraces of Bali, the Amandari is the ultimate getaway. Thi
Amankila
The resort is located in the regency of Karangasem which offers exciting activities and excursions s
Chedi Club at Tanah Gajah
The Chedi Club offers private, luxurious yet cozy villas. Located in the hills of Ubud, even the sta
Ritz-Carlton Bali
A joint venture with the Bulgari Hotels and resorts, th hotels offers breathtaking views of the Indi
The Oberoi
Synonymous with opulence, The Oberoi is like no other. Set in 15 acres of tropical gardens on Seminy
Alila Ubud
Tranquility at its best, the Alila Ubud is located at the banks of River Ayung. It is also very clos

Betty Bu Fashions
If you’re looking to buy long skirts and dresses, then this is the shop for you. The clothes here
DFS Bali Galleria
Available here are the up market brands such as Prada, Gucci, Dior and Tiffany’s. Shop (or window
Okrakartini
This is a hi-boutique which sells clothing and accessories for men, women and children. Here you can
Treasures
Featuring Indonesian jewelry designers, this is an upscale store that sells unique gold pieces. Some
Kartika Discovery Mall
If you’re looking for variety and can’t decide what to get, then head over to the Kartika Mall w
Threads of Life
Support fair trade, local artisans and female workers by buying from this non-profit organization th

Bali International Jazz Festival
Extremely popular as jazz enthusiasts from across the Indonesia as well as the world gather to play
Christmas
December 25:everything is closed and people celebrate by eating out and spending time with their fam
Good Friday
A public holiday and celebrated by the Christian population, the Friday before Easter. 
Galungan
This is also a 10-day event that occurs every 210 days. This celebrates the visit of the gods to ear
Melasti
A religious festival, it is extremely loud and flamboyant. Villagers hand out flowers and garlands.
New Years
December 31: everyone celebrates by going out and partying while the restaurants and clubs are packe

Lotus Seaview
A visit to Bali is incomplete without sampling some of the scrumptious seafood it offers. At the Lot
Cafe Lotus
Offering everything from pastas to Balinese Satay, the restaurant serves decent food. But what stand
TeraZo
Cool off from the tropical heat by having the refreshing tomato gazpacho served at TeraZo. The bistr
Kafe Warisan
Here you can sample raw oysters to meat from in from Australia in an open courtyard filled with fran
Ryoshi
Great Japanese food and at reasonable prices; Ryoshi has become quite popular over the years. Here y
Mozaic
Owned by an American trained in French cuisine, the restaurant offers the best of fusion food. The i

Fast Facts
Location: One of the 18,000 islands in Indonesia. Located between the Java and Nusa Tenggara islands
Dialing code: 62
Emergency numbers
    General emergency number: 112
    Police: 110
    Fire Dept: 113
    Ambulance: 118
    Search and Rescue: 111, 115 and 151
Population: 3.2 million
Languages: English, Indonesian and Balinese.
Time zone: UTC/GMT +8
Average January temperatures: 30C and 26C
Average July temperatures: 28C and 24C
Annual rainfall: 100 inches
 

 
What to do with Children in Tow
Bali Safari & Marine Park
Hop on to a jungle safari with your children and witness lions, tigers, elephants and ...
Health and Safety
The Bali bombings by terrorists and extremists can be a
Bali is crime-free and generally safe. But that doesn’t mean you let your ...

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