island of Bali in Indonesia is such a breathtaking
area that someone might think that it's
merely a painted backdrop with its lush
tropical forests, volcanoes that reach for
the sky and warm waves that lap against
the beaches. When you add friendly locals
who cherish their own culture and delicious
Indonesian cuisine into the equation, there's
nothing left to want. Bali hasn't been called
"The Island of the Gods," "Dawn of the World"
and "The Last Paradise on Earth" in vain."
You can't help but have a happy face when
you leave your everyday routines behind
and soak up some sun on one of the gorgeous
beaches. Bali also offers great possibilities
for water sports and golfing. Travelers
who like culture will enjoy seeing the exotic
ceremonies and dances, which are a part
of the everyday lives of the locals, or
visiting some of Bali's thousands of temples.
Bali is an exotic location, which is suitable
for people of all ages. It's sure to offer
something for everyone.
Population: Bali 3.3 million, Indonesia
Area: 5.561 kmē
Language: Bali, Indonesia, English
Currency: Indonesian rupiah (IDR)
Capital: Denpasar (population 600 000)
Electricity: 127/230 V
Religion: Balinese Hinduism
Timezone: GMT/UTC +8