Highlights of Bali
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Bali has numerous places that you can enjoy – from beautiful white sand beaches to waterfalls, forests, and more. Beyond stunning natural landscapes, you can explore numerous magical temples, local festivals, and great food.

It’s no surprise that Bali gets an average of 6 million tourists every year, each person being eager to enjoy their experience to the maximum. 

If your summer vacation leads you to Bali, there are various ways for you to get there – the fastest being a private flight. Simply use the flight length calculator and see how long it will take to reach Bali from any location.

Once you land, here are some opportunities to take advantage of.

  1. World-Class Resorts
World-Class Resorts, Bali
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Bali is an exotic place where many people go to have a good time and enjoy the tropical weather. Bali also boasts many luxurious resorts according to Exotic Voyages that you can enjoy, allowing you to relax and feel like royalty.

Many people travel to the Maldives, Bora Bora, Bahamas, or other similar locations to get that luxury feeling. Bali is also part of these destinations thanks to its amazing resorts that offer numerous unique opportunities.

The Apurva Kempinski Bali is quite popular, as the top-notch resort with upscale amenities is found right on the coast of Nusa Dua. Capella Ubud Bali is also a haven for those wishing for a secluded vibe, and Four Seasons is one of the top choices for people wanting to enjoy the full experience of a Bali vacation.

  1. Yacht Trips
Bali Yacht Trips
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In Bali, you may go on a cruise trip for a great experience, but if you want to truly take it up a notch, you should consider yachting. There are various private charters such as Pulau, Blue Marlin, or Aquamarine that rent out yachts. 

The advantage of renting a yacht instead of going on a cruise is that you can get some peace and quiet, without hundreds of people around you breaking your serenity.

Superyachts are also very popular, as they bring an even higher degree of luxury. They are more expensive, but if you want to indulge, this should do the trick. Also, don’t forget to stay fashionable with these nautical fashion tips.

  1. High-End Restaurants

There are various high-end restaurants such as Soleil, Merah Putih, Mozaic, Locavore, and Samaya Ubud are good places where you can enjoy some traditional Indonesian food like Tahu Tek (wok-fried tofu dish) or a Nasi Bali (spicy Balinese barbecue), whereas Samaya Ubud is perfect if you prefer international cuisine.

High-End Restaurants, Bali, Indonesia
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Most of these are Michelin-recommended restaurants where you will most certainly get excellent service and great food.

  1. White-Sand Beaches
Sunset at Kelingking beach, Bali, Indonesia
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Bali is packed with numerous beaches with all the amenities that you can get. The popular Blue Lagoon, for instance, is a paradise epitome, with its white sands and azure waters. The Nusa Dua beach is so perfect and pristine that it looks manmade, whereas the Amed Beach is just amazing for scuba diving and snorkeling. 

Most beaches are part of resorts, with plenty of amenities such as bars, private infinity pools, lounge chairs, etc. Bali is home to some of the best beaches in the world and that’s why it is placed among the top tourist destinations in the world. 

  1. Swing Parks
Bali Swing Park
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Bali is also very popular for its swing parks, where you can sit on a swing overseeing an entire forest or a different landscape. For instance, the swings at Aloha Ubud are quite popular for the views you get on them. Most of these swing parks are remote and quiet, so if you are a digital nomad looking to get the most out of the Silicon Bali movement, these are the places for you.

The Bottom Line

Bali is a place where you can enjoy many unique opportunities. From kitesurfing to swing parks and high-end dining, to stunning natural landmarks – there’s no wonder tourists find it so enticing. 

If you are planning to visit Bali, keep in mind that Bali has a rainy season and a dry season – but the heat and humidity never really go away, especially around the coastal area. The best time to visit Bali is between April and October, the island’s dry season.

No matter when you visit Bali you can always expect welcoming and friendly people, so all in all it’s definitely an island worth exploring.

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