Bali is the most popular of the more than 17,000 islands that make up Indonesia. Although it is a small island approximately 5,600 square kilometers, Bali is considered by many to be a tropical paradise and the most visited of all the Indonesian islands. Bali is also one of the most populous of the Indonesian islands with around four million inhabitants. Bali is not only beautiful, but also well filled with tourist attractions, hotels, resorts, golf courses and cities.
Bali’s capital Denpasar, which serves as the administrative center and transport hub of the island, but it’s not means the biggest city. This distinction goes to Kuta, which was once a Bohemian surfing paradise, but is an increasingly busy concrete jungle filled with markets, tourists and city dwellers. Both cities are located in South Bali, which is easily the best entered part of the island, mainly because the airport and many of the island’s most attractive resorts and beaches are located here.
Most visitors to Bali will come here for the relaxed atmosphere and beautiful beaches, many of which stretches several miles covered in pristine white sand. The Indian Ocean offers on Bali’s southern coast in a swatch of perfect turquoise waves, and it is the place where the more adventurous visitors go after where the island can offer snorkeling and diving. Those seeking a more relaxing Bali travel route, can just enjoy the view from their hotel or relax on one of the island’s famous spas.
The Interior of Bali are less affected by tourism and offers a variety of outdoor activities, from hiking in the jungle to golf. While a large part of Bali’s countryside is lush with plants, the island’s landscape is surprisingly varied with eye-catching volcanic peaks (some of which are still active) which sticks up in the sky.
On a trip to Bali, you will not wrong where you can experience the island’s unique and colorful culture from the bustling markets where you can buy one of the many statuettes which are craft made by the locals, or its nightlife where surfers congregate and cities, which are becoming more and more cosmopolitan. When you are planning your trip to Bali, so make sure you take into account the island’s climate is tropical, and make sure that you visit during the dry season.