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Bali - Turquoise Water & White Sands

The Indonesian island of Bali is small but perfectly formed, a paradise of turquoise water and white sand. Much of the tourism in Bali centres around the resort of Kuta, which is renowned for being blessed with incredible sunsets over its stretch of golden sand and crashing surf. Bali holidays in Kuta are also the best place to find much of the nightlife and shopping.

Holidays in Bali offer a top class sunshine destination with a good infrastructure of Hotels and accommodation. There's also plenty of opportunity to indulge yourself in Balinese culture in the capital of Bali, Denpasar, where you'll find a Balinese arts festival in June and July.

Exclusive Resorts In Bali

The principal cultural centre in Bali is the town of Ubud where much of the art and history of Bali is on display in the galleries and museums. To soak up a bit of culture on Bali Holidays Ubud also offers the opportunity to witness some performances of traditional music and dance and to dine in some of the best restaurants on the island.

The Jimbaran bay, just outside of the capital, fosters a fine sandy beach that stretches along toward the small fishing village of Jimbaran. Here you can sample the real taste of Bali and this is where you'll find some of the most exclusive Bali holiday resorts. Bali holidays in the most upmarket resorts like those in Jimbaran are an experience quite unlike any other.

Attractions Of Bali

The attraction of Bali holidays is chiefly the opportunity to bask in the sun on superb beaches and swim in warm clear water. The more lavish Bali holiday resorts are excellent places to live the life of luxury for a while and enjoy the magnificent culture of Southeast Asia.

The Bali Barat National Park features some of the indigenous wildlife of the island including monkeys, snakes and lizards. Bali even has its own volcano to admire in the form of the immense Mount Agung. Holidays in Bali require a long flight from the UK so are best suited to people who like a relaxing holiday in an exotic destination.

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