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At Bali Tours, we strive to showcase every region of Bali, providing visitors with an extensive range of opportunities to experience the best the island has to offer. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the bustling streets of Seminyak, take in the serenity of Ubud or relax on the secluded beaches of Uluwatu, we have got you covered. Our experienced tour guides know the island inside out and can help you achieve the most out of your Bali visit.



Candi Dasa

Candi Dasa is located on the eastern coast of Bali, a 90-minute drive from Denpasar. This delightful small fishing village sits on the edge of a fresh water lagoon, and has a very relaxed feeling compared to the teeming, nightclub-filled Kuta/Seminyak areas. A great place to laze away in the pool with lovely views of the bay and Mount Agung in the background, the area is also a fantastic place to base yourself if you plan on doing any diving, as there are numerous nearby options to choose from. A variety of historical and cultural sights occupy the area, and accommodation ranges from simple bungalows, to renowned 5-star resorts.



A short flight from Bali will bring you to this fascinating and beautiful island is finally emerging as a unique destination of its own. Flores offers adventure, diving, eco-tours, and mountain climbing interspersed with visits to prehistoric heritage sites, traditional villages, and cultural events. The most well-known area is Labuan Bajo, the small port located on the western-most tip of the island, and the taking off point for visits to the last natural habitat of the prehistoric Komodo dragons, the islands of Komodo, Rinca and Padar.



Jimbaran Bay & Uluwatu

To the south of Kuta, on the opposite side of the airport lies Jimbaran Bay, a fishing village with one of Bali's most idyllic golden sand beaches.

One of the more popular attractions of the area is watching the daily sunset-departure of the local fishing boats, which can be done from one of the many beachfront restaurants, offering the most delicious selections of freshly caught fish and seafood.

Accommodation in general is of a high standard at Jimbaran, with many International chains having properties here.



The atmosphere is easy-going, informal, and full of good fun. A unique holiday center with white sand beaches and excellent surfing conditions.




Just north of all the action and excitement of Kuta is Legian.

With some hotels located on the beachfront, you can enjoy the sun and the surf as well as the many restaurants, shops and night-life.


Lombok & The Gili Islands

A short flight from Bali takes you to Lombok with its quiet craft villages and stunning tropical beauty. Although Lombok is less developed than Bali, the beautiful countryside and white sand beaches make it a lovely destination for those who want to get away from the crowd. The people and culture of Lombok differ from the Balinese, yet you&rsquoll find them just as welcoming, friendly and willing to share their island paradise with you.

Dotted around Lombok are the Gili Islands, with those off the North coast becoming popular with day-trippers, backpackers and serious divers looking for the perfect island getaway. Accommodation can be found in small hotels or simple bungalows and are perfect for travellers wanting to find somewhere new.



Mount Bromo

Located some 4 hours drive from Surabaya, the capital of East Java, Mount Bromo is a part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park that covers a massive area of 800 square kilometres. While it may be small when measured against other volcanoes in Indonesia, the magnificent Mt Bromo will not disappoint with its spectacular views and dramatic landscapes. From a vantage point on Mount Penanjakan, 2.5 hours from Malang, visitors from around the world come to see the sunrise over Mt Bromo. From this spot the vista is magnificent - Mt Bromo in the foreground, with Mt Semeru smoking in the distance, and the sun shining brightly, quickly rising in the sky.



North and West Bali

The North Coast represents some of the more ''untouched'' areas of Bali, with a much more relaxed atmosphere coupled with a more traditional lifestyle. Just a few minutes west of Singaraja, the island's former Dutch Colonial capital, lies Lovina, a lovely village situated on a unique stretch of black sand beach. Here the pace is slow, with little in the way of shops and nightlife. The offshore reefs, and numerous Dolphins inhabiting the clear waters, make this area a very popular destination for divers and those seeking a more ''natural'' escape.


Nusa Dua

Bali's international resort area located on the southern tip of the island offers secluded luxury on a magnificent palm-fringed, reef- protected beach.

Nusa Dua has fabulous resort hotels as well as an international standard 18-hole golf course.

A regular shuttle service runs between the hotels and The Bali Collection, with its selection of fashion boutiques, speciality shops, and restaurants.



Nusa Lembongan Island

Nusa Lembongan is a small island, 20 km off the east coast of Bali. Its local population is less than 4000 people whose major industry is that of fishing and seaweed farming.

Have you ever wondered where the seaweed of your sushi might come from?



For those who prefer a more leisurely pace in comparison to the hum of Kuta, Sanur is ideal.

The hotels and resorts are nestled among lush, green vegetation and swaying coconut palms.

The coastline curves gently around a calm lagoon protected from the surf by a beautiful coral reef.



Seminyak & Surroundings

As one heads north from Legian, Seminyak and Kerobokan offer a more upmarket feel, with the area dominated by more high-end hotels and villas, though of course there are still properties available to suit a wide range of budgets.

The nightlife here is spectacular, with an ever-increasing selection of international standard restaurants, bars, and nightclubs on offer, as well as trendy beachfront venues such as KU DE TA, and Potatohead, where visitors can enjoy unique cocktails whilst enjoying the famous Bali sunset.


Tanjung Benoa

Tanjung Benoa, north of Nusa Dua, is quiet and offers an informal alternative to the more stylised Nusa Dua.

Watersports are prevalent here, and there is a distinct ''family friendly'' environment.




Lying just south of Kuta, Tuban represents the quieter side of this popular tourist area.

The beach is less crowded than Kuta, while the accommodation ranges from budget to 4-star and above hotels.

This area is very popular with families and those wanting proximity to the shopping and restaurants, yet also providing a relative peace and quiet.



This quaint mountain town is approximately one hour's drive north of the capital, Denpasar.

The mountain climate is cooler than on the coast and other than a few late nightspots, village life is serene and quiet.

Perched far above the Ayung Gorge and River, the hotels and restaurants offer wonderful views of the sweeping valley and the mountain slopes covered with rice terraces.

Art galleries, studios and art and craft stalls line the streets - Ubud is a centre of Balinese art and culture, and some of the finest examples of stone, wood and silver can be found here.



Yogyakarta and Borobudur

Yogyakarta (or 'Jogja' as it is commonly known) is one of the foremost cultural centers of Java. The province is one of the most densely populated areas of Indonesia, stretching from Mount Merapi to the Indian Ocean. While Yogyakarta is commonly considered as the modern cultural centre of Central Java, it is also a very lively city, and a shopper's delight. The main road, Malioboro Street, is always crowded and famous for its night street food-culture and street vendors. Many tourist shops and cheap hotels are concentrated along this street, or in the adjoining tourist area such Sosrowijayan Street.

Situated about 15 kilometers from Yogyakarta, the top of the main shrine of Prambanan is visible from a great distance, and rises high above the scattered ruins of the former temples. This is the most famous, and also the most magnificent of Central Java's temples, or more precisely, complex of temples. Prambanan is a masterpiece of Hindu culture of the tenth century, the slim building soaring up to 47 metres, making its beautiful architecture incomparable. King Balitung Maha Sambu built the Prambanan temple in the middle of the ninth century, its parapets adorned with bas-reliefs depicting the famous Ramayana story.

The UNESCO listed Borobudur Buddhist sanctuary, more than a thousand years old, is recognized as one of the greatest stupa of its kind in the world, and today is the centre of tourist attractions in Central Java. The name "Borobudur" is believed to have derived from the Sanskrit words, Vihara Buddha Uhr, meaning "the Buddhist Monastery on the hill". Borobudur temple is located in Muntilan, Magelang and is about 42 kilometers from Yogyakarta city. It is the greatest existing Buddhist work of art in the world. Borobudur's architects and sculptors designed it to serve the purpose of veneration, worship and meditation, though Borobudur is not a temple as such. The walls of the Borobudur are sculptured in bas-reliefs, extending over a total length of 6 kilometres. It has been hailed as the largest and most complete ensemble of Buddhist reliefs in the world, unsurpassed in artistic merit, each scene an individual masterpiece. Built around the turn of the 9th century A.D. It is said that if you put your arm through one of the bell-shaped stupa and can touch the stone within, you will have your wish come true. A real must on your itinerary. 

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