Bali, also known as ‘The Island of the Gods’, is a province in Indonesia situated to the East of Java and its capital, Kuta, is situated in the south of the island. The population is 4,225 million and the main religions are Hinduism and Islam.
Due to the countless beautiful beaches and dense jungles, there is a wide range of diverse wildlife and corals. The tropical climate has an average annual temperature of 30 degrees with 85% humidity. The year is divided into the dry season, from April to September and the rain season from October to March.
The beaches in Bali are fantastic for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. The best time to head to the beach is the dry season, when the beaches are cleaner and less windy.
Kuta Beach, also known as Sunset Beach, is the most popular beach in Bali. It is a safe place to swim, sunbathe and surf, staying close to the city.
Dance is a big part of the island’s culture and there are numerous holidays and cultural events throughout the year.
01/01 New Year’s Day
20-21/02 Idul Fitri Festival
21/03 Isolation Day / Saba New Year
04/05 Good Friday
28/04 Idul Adha
16/05 Day of the Ascension of Christ
17/08 National Independence Day
08/12 Isra Miraj
25/12 Christmas Day
To enter Bali you must have a valid passport with an expiration date of at least 6 months after the date of your visit and visa. For more information, you can access the Indonesian embassy.
Monday 1 September 2014 12:19 | Published by Hotelopiauk | Category: Travel News