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Bali, The Island of Gods

Geographically, Bali is situated between the islands of Java and Lombok. Bali is a small island, stretching approximately 140 km from east to west, and 80 km from north to south. 

The tallest of a string of volcanic mountains that run from the east to the west is Gunung Agung (Mount Agung), which last erupted in 1963. 

Located just 80 south of the Equator, Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons (wet and dry), a year with an average temperature of around 28 degrees. The wide and gently sloping southern regions play host to Bali's famed rice terraces, which are among some of the most spectacular in the world. 

The Balinese have strong spiritual roots and despite the large influx of tourists over the years, their culture is still very much alive. The main religion is Agama Hindu Dharma.

What to do?

Bali is a favorite destination for both adventurers and those in need of a little relaxation. The waters off the coast of Bali's white beaches are an ideal spot for diving, snorkeling or surfing while the dense jungles, teeming with monkeys and hidden stone temples, call out for exploration. Hike the rugged path to the summit of Mount Batur, and your effort will be rewarded with a stunning view. Then coax your sore muscles back into action with a massage at one of Bali's many luxury spas. Bali has everything for everyone!

Where to go?

There are many options and places to go until you can finally decide what you are going to do in Bali. Today, the Kuta to Seminyak stretch is a major tourist destination, with hundreds of hotels, bars, restaurants and shops. Those in search of a little peace and quiet tend to head for the more sedate resorts of Sanur and Candi Dasa on the east coast, or Lovina in the north. Nusa Dua, on the southern-most peninsula of the island, houses many five-star hotels. The central village of Ubud, in the hilly region of Gianyar, has also blossomed as a tourist attraction and is now considered to be the artistic and cultural centre of Bali.

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