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There is never a bad time to visit Bali. But spending Christmas in Bali can seem magical. For people from the northern hemisphere, it can mean getting away from the miserable ice and snow and spending a few days basking on a warm and exotic tropical beach.
Bali is paradise for one and all but for some visitors, it is going to be the backdrop for many exciting memories. Whether it is a bachelorette party or just a girl’s trip, Bali has been a popular destination for groups of women, who are just looking to have a good time. The island is an idyllic setting for such a party with the right setting and lots of infrastructure to host all kinds of activities. Here are just some of the things you can do on a girl’s day out in Bali.
After watching the glorious and unmistakable sunset at Jimbaran Beach, visitors to Bali looking for more ways to enjoy their time on this magical island. Luckily, they don’t have to go very far to experience something incredible. The nightlife and dining options in Bali’s Jimbaran area are tantalizing and exciting to behold. Choosing between the various restaurants and bars are challenging to most but if you seek a memorable Japanese meal then KO Restaurant & Bar is for you.
Jimbaran Beach is a lively and beloved area of Bali, visited and enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Located on the west coast of Bali, Jimbaran is the venue for many hotels, bars and restaurants. Many people come to the beach to check out the various watersports and beach activities such as kayaking and surfing. However, there are many people who just want to enjoy the laidback vibe of Jimbaran with their favourite drink and there is an ideal place to just do that.
The island of Bali has always been unique. Islands tend to evolve at their own pace when it comes to culture and society and that has to do with the fact that they are isolated from mainland life. Bali is no exception and this beautiful island has so many stories to tell from its rich history.
What we can tell you is that Bali has all the ingredients for discovery (self or otherwise) and you will find nourishment here that will touch both body and soul. Here are some things you can do for yourself in Bali.
There is just so much to love about beach weddings that every single couple should at least consider it before deciding on any concrete plans. Young couples have a lot to consider when it comes time to tie the knot and while price and accessibility are a factor, a beach wedding makes sense for many reasons.
InterContinental Bali Resort’s unique brand concept ‘In the Know’ invites guests to visit the cultural landscape of Bali and delve into the extraordinary agrarian organization behind it. The island’s irrigated padi fields are achieved through an ancient and complex system of aquatic engineering, uniquely managed by the farmers through village cooperatives known as ‘Subak’.
Bali is truly a feast for the senses. A beautiful island paradise for the eyes to delight in, calm and easy tones to relax the ears and fragrant tropical scents for the nose to enjoy. With the white sand beaches under your feet, it is the vibrant and sensational Indonesian food that can easily steal the show at any point during your visit to this island paradise.
InterContinental Bali Resort is pleased to reveal the new-look Taman Gita, the Resort’s Indonesian restaurant, and main breakfast venue. This cool, air-conditioned space with its high ceiling and monumental pillars, as well as its alfresco terrace, has recently undergone a complete makeover and has now reopened its mighty entrance doors to introduce an elegant...
Bali is so much more than a tropical paradise with gorgeous beaches and beautiful weather. This tropical getaway is home to several stunning waterfalls and hidden treasures that draw locals and tourists alike. You can add these waterfalls and hidden treasures to your must-visit list as you plan your next adventure to Bali.
Summer is a bustling and busy time in Bali with plenty of religious and cultural events that are open to everyone. The religious events are especially intriguing since Bali has such a unique take on the major religions that are followed on the island.
In Bali, it is said that to be a master of metal is not dependent on skill alone, you have to be born into the ‘Pande’ clan … The art of metalwork in Bali dates back to the Bronze Age and is believed to have been introduced from southern China and the countries of Southeast Asia.
There are a million reasons to visit Bali, but many travelers wonder if it makes sense to bring their children along. It is a common misconception that Bali is only a romantic destination as there are so many couples who get married or spend their honeymoon on the island.
Hot springs are a rich source of sulfur and other minerals. This, combined with the heat of the water, results in calming effects on the mind and body, as well as tension-reducing, painkilling healing powers that have been used for thousands of years and are widely accepted as natural treatment options for various common ailments.
It’s no wonder that Bali is one of the world’s most popular spots for honeymooners. With stunning scenery, plush accommodation, pampering spas, and some of the best food and drink in the world, Bali makes a wonderful destination for a couple’s holiday, whether you’ve just tied the knot or you’re celebrating a whole lifetime together.
For a relatively compact island, Bali is brimming with things to do. There are jaw-dropping beaches, world-class surf spots and stunning rice paddy vistas to visit. And while that can provoke excitement for travelers, it’s also somewhat overwhelming trying to decide exactly what to spend your vital time on.
GONG XI FAT CHOI! Chinese New Year as known as Spring Festival is the festival for families to come together and wish each other peace and prosperity. It is also traditional for every family to thoroughly clean the house, in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for incoming good luck.