The people of Bali are very friendly, and enjoy having visitors coming to their area. Many speak English to interact with tourists, especially in tourists spots like Nusa Dua, Kuta, Seminyak, Ubud but not very fluently. Bahasa Indonesia is the most common spoken language that you will be hearing daily around the touristic areas.

Balinese people have chosen to preserve their culture and maintain the special character of the island.

Temples Bali

Hindu customs affect every aspect of the island and temples with unique architecture are spread over the whole island. The temples provide an opportunity to explore religion and art of the culture. The people of Bali are still very religious, and it is very important that those visiting the Temples show respect for their religious beliefs. The most popular temples are Pura Besakih which is the largest temple of the island, Goa Gajah and Candi Plaosan.

Seminyak beach Bali

Apart from the temples, beaches are also a main attraction of Bali. Seminyak beach has a cosmopolitan atmosphere; Legian is the second most popular beach after Kuta which is located in the south of the island well – known for its party atmosphere.

Surfing favors in the area of Bali and it is considered as the ideal place to start up this sport. So, no matter you are beginners or experts be prepared to ride the waves! If you are not a sport – lover, then you do not have to worry as Bali’s beaches have exotic scenery that will make you relax and enjoy it.

Wildlife and nature reserves are popular in Bali. Many people go to get a glimpse of the very dangerous Komodo Dragon, a large lizard that is found only in the area and is extinct and the rare Java tiger. If you are keen on adventure, then you can let a night safari take you to a whole new level of excitement or have a unique experience while dining next to lions. Soak in the volcanic hot springs or make a waterfalls tour to chill in seclusion.

Mount Agung volcano Bali

There are more than 400 volcanoes in Indonesia, 128 are still active. Mount Batur provides spectacular views of Lake Batur and the ocean and it is also Bali’s most active volcano. Mount Agung or Gunung Agung is also an active volcano in Bali worth – visited as it is Bali’s highest and holiest mountain as it is believed as the home of the God.

Botanic Gardens are also a very popular attraction. Displaying flora and fauna as well as promoting conservation, people are drawn to the beauty of such attractions.

handicrafts Bali

The people of Bali are very artistic. They enjoy painting, weaving, carving, basket making, and other arts. Children are taught art from a very early age. They often display their makings to sell to the tourists. Wander around the Bali art markets and do shopping of great artworks and handicrafts that will remind you of your trip in Bali island and they will decorate your home. Art galleries exhibit creative and attractive art work to view.

Bali has so many things to offer and see. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself returning again and again. There is something magical in the aura of this island that inspires each traveler!