Bali Information

Getting Around, History and Maps

Bali indeed lives up to ranking as Indonesia's tourism hub and a key destination in Southeast Asia. The 'Island of the Gods' has an ensuing thousand temples and infinite shrines, traditional markets, chic boutiques, a collection of rare traditional fare alongside world-class restaurants, lively nightlife scenes, natural splendour and a welcoming people with colourful culture.

It's good to know the best time to visit in terms of the weather, or how to head to your hotel after you touchdown at the airport in Tuban. Whether you plan your trip for business or leisure, Bali welcomes you with exciting possibilities. Browse through our Bali information sections to plan your visit ahead.


Most Useful Information About Bali

Bali Airport Bali Airport

Ngurah Rai International Airport is Bali’s main international entry point located in Tuban, south of Kuta. It is strategically located in the island’s south where most of the main tourism areas are. Read More...

 
Bali Airport Transfer Services Bali Airport Transfers

Hassle-free and safe, Bali airport transfer services make your ride in or out of Ngurah Rai International Airport a smooth one. Visitors can also conveniently make their transfers easy by booking in advance. Read More...

Bali Weather

Bali has two seasons, wet (between October and April) and dry (between May and September). The wet season brings rain and overcast days, with the most precipitation occurring between December and February.  Read More...

 
Getting Around Bali

Getting around Bali is easy. Public buses and bemos, chartered bemos, shuttle buses, taxis and private cars, rented cars and motorcycles: even eco-friendly bicycles. Read More...

Bali Events Calendar

Bali is full of festivities and colours, owing much to the culture and traditions of its people. There are also various event highlights, and some that take place annually. Check back regularly as we continuously update this section. Read More...

Bali Arts Festival

Witness Bali’s wealth of performing arts and cultural highlights at the 35th Annual Bali Arts Festival that runs through July 13 with full daily agendas Read More...

 
Brahmavihara-Arama

While Bali is known for its many ancient Hindu temples, the island’s largest Buddhist monastery, Brahmavihara-Arama in North Bali, is a must-see that features an impressive mini replica of East Java’s Borobudur Temple Read More...

Nyepi Day in Bali

Nyepi is ultimately the quietest day in Bali. This day marks Bali’s lunar new year based on the Saka calendar which is 77-78 years behind the Gregorian. A series of lively revelries lead up to the unique, silent turn-of-the-year observance. Read More...

 
Galungan and Kuningan

The best time to witness beautiful, highly decorated bamboo poles throughout Bali’s streets is from March 26, when the day of Galungan arrives and when villagers throng to temples with colourful offerings and in their traditional temple attire. Read More...

Bali Kite Festival Bali Kite Festival

The Bali Kite Festival gathers hundreds of kite troupes from all over the island flying traditional kites, together with international teams with modern designs in various shapes and sizes Read More...

 
Honeymoons in Bali

Bali's beauty and allure make it a perfect place fro a honeymoon. Idyllic vistas over tropical shores, cool green forest with gentle breezes, or stunning views from cliff tops. Read More...

 

Other Useful Information about Bali

Bali Culture

Balinese culture is unique and permeates through every aspect of life; the influence of Hinduism is evident in the music, drama, art, costumes and festivals that take place daily. Read More...

 
Bali Events & Festivals

Bali has many colourful festivals throughout the year. Most festival dates are based on Bali's two unique calendars and the dates never coincide with the same Gregorian calendar date each year. Read More...

Bali History

But Bali has remained a place of mystery and intense beauty; its rather turbulent history and fortunes have often been determined by its neighbouring Lombok, Java and Sumbawa Islands. Read More...

 
Bali Maps

Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels with photos, facilities and guest comments as well as attractions, landmarks and other items of interest with links to relevant information pages. Read More...

Indonesian Language Course

Study Indonesian language with us at Wisma Bahasa. We offer class from beginning to advance levels. Read More...


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