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Things To Do In Bali Island

The mere mention of Bali evokes the thought of paradise. It is a mood, it is an aspiration,it is love, and it is tropical state of mind. The island boasts the lovely views which makes travelers happy and Bali offers all those thrilling adventures which you just cannot count at your fingertips. In short to be  Bali is a classic destination if you are looking for something peaceful and soulful. Explore it with our International Tour Packages.
Experience a unique and unforgettable journey through winding gorges, luscious jungles and magnificent terraced rice field. Paddle through breathtaking waterfalls for unparalled fun on the river. We’ll pick up at your hotel and drive you through Bali’s unspoiled village in the Carangsari district.  At our start point you’ll be outfitted with helmets and life jackets. After a brief instruction on paddling and river safety,  you are off to the longest and best rafting trip on the  Ayung river.
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Kopi luwak or civet coffee, is a traditional Balinese coffee that includes partially digested coffee cherries, eaten and defecated by the Asian palm civet. 

When the cats (civets) eat the coffee berries, fermentation of the coffee beans occurs in the cat’s intestine. During this digestion process, the cat’s proteolytic enzymes seep into the coffee beans, thus creating shorten peptide as well as an abundance of amino acids. This is what gives this coffee its unique flavor and aroma. So during this entire digestive process, the beans are transformed into the Kopi Luwak which many coffee drinkers have grown to adore. This process is known to reduce the bitterness of the coffee.

Although kopi luwak is a form of processing rather than a variety of coffee, it has been named one of the most expensive coffees in the world, with retail prices reaching €550 / US$700 per kilogram.

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Bali is known for its spa experiences which mixture of traditional local ingredients and centuries old techniques that will leave you relaxed and rejuvenated.

Most visitors come to Bali to relax and with its reputation as Southeast Asia’s relaxation capital, its little wonder that day spas of every description have popped up all over the island of Bali.
And for the ultimate relaxation, Bali’s luxury day spas are the holy grail of effortless indulgence.No matter how you like to be rubbed, scrubbed, perfumed and pampered – there’s a day spa in Bali that has exactly what your body desires. With so many establishments specializing in the art of bodily pampering, spa enthusiasts in Bali are spoiled for choice. This little island has everything from economical to extravagant spas.

Whether you want to relax surrounded by the mountainous countryside of verdant Ubud, or get scrubbed down while being soothed by the seductive sounds of the Indian Ocean – the day spas at Bali will transport you (face down!) into tropical paradise.

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Tourists can enjoy the most important meal of the day with their family accompanied by adorable Orangutansin their playground at Bali zoo. Guests can not only able to enjoy breakfast like a king, but also with kings of the jungle: Orangutans.It will be one of a kind of new experiences in your vacation in Bali.
The Bali zoo is the first in Indonesia to unveil such a unique breakfast with Orangutans experience. Food served at breakfast is delicious. It starts with a variety of tropical fruits or fruit juices, followed by freshly baked bread, and a selection of main dishes ranging from NasiGoreng, Buttermilk pancakes, Classic Cereals and more. You can complement your morning with a cup of Balinese coffee or a hearty English breakfast tea to complete the perfect ending to your breakfast.
Morning Breakfast with Orangutan experience at Bali Zoo includes hotel transfers, breakfast, zoo admission and animal show. It is an excellent value for money package for a family with kids

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Jatiluwih rice terrace in Bali is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites. When you come there, you will enjoy the nuance of rural area. With peace, fresh, and tranquility, the atmosphere is so different than the city, which is full with hustle and traffic. Jatiluwih becomes a choice for those who want to get rid of stress on mind. The rice terrace itself doesn’t have any history since Jatiluwih is a stretch of paddy field. Balinese people apply ‘subak’ to their field. Subak is an irrigation system that has been used from generation to generation.

As traditional culture, Subak has a temple, which was built to be dedicated to Goddess of Prosperity and Goddess of Fertility. In addition, Subak is based on culture, and that is why people who live in Jatiluwih respect it as the irrigation system keeps togetherness. The leader of Subak has to be wise to apply this system since the area of Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is wide around 636 hectares. As you visit this place, the natural panorama will accompany you along the street. Fresh air and breezing wind atJatiluwih makes the atmosphere more refreshing.

Jatiluwih Rice Terrace is located at Penebel Sub-district, Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia, and can be reached from the city around 48 km from Denpasar City and 25 km from Tabanan City. Jatiluwih itself is situated at the range of mountain, about 700 meters above sea level. 

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Nusa Lembongan is a small exotic island off the southeast coast of the main island of Bali which is quickly becoming one of Bali's most popular attractions. This island paradise is a world away from the hassle and hectic pace of South Bali, neither hawkers nor traffic ruin the magnificent scenery. The water is vivid aqua blue in colour, some of the clearest you will find anywhere. 
Visitors can snorkel at different spots around the islands of Nusa Lembonganin the Indian Ocean and marvel at the wide variety of tropical fish and live coral flora and fauna. Tourists can take a snorkeling day trip. The trip will start by pick up from the hotel. On reaching the island, you meet your snorkeling guide who will help you with all necessary equipment, such as masks, fins and a life jacket.
Snorkelers can discover the pristine corals and enjoy the warm waters that are home to schools of brightly colored fish, resident emperor angelfish, parrot fish, moray eels, turtles and - in certain areas - manta rays. The specially designated snorkeling areas make for a safe and enjoyable activity for all age groups.
In addition, you can feast on a delicious beachside lunch and take a mangrove tour by kayak to experience the scenery from a different perspective.

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When you are on a holiday in the Island of the Gods, you might have these listed on your must-visits like beaches, cultural dance shows, temples, luxury resorts, nightclubs. Perhaps, little did you know that Bali has another options worth visit, especially if your interests include exploring local abandoned places.There are some of those, specifically abandoned planes in Bali that are deserted strangely which can make you curious about the whys and the hows they are left that way. 
A deserted plane can be spotted next to Dunkin Donuts on Bypass Ngurah Rai.The plane was left all alone amongst bushes and wild plants. There is an abandoned plane close toPandawa Beach, South Kuta. It a 5-minute drive, less than 1 km away from north the beach’s entrance. The abandoned aircraft was placed in a limestone valley on a side of the street, hidden behind barriers as if it had some work-in-progress project inside.
Keramas Aero Park Inflight Restaurant in Keramas, Gianyar is a real plane restaurant which offers one of the most unique dining experiences in Bali. There are several ‘abandoned planes’ in Bali, but this is the only plane that was actually restored, painted in navy blue and red, and repurposed into a quirky restaurant.Inside plane, you can enjoy local and international dishes served by its ‘flight attendants’.The plane could be spotted easily along the Keramas Beach section of the Ida Bagus Mantra bypass, and is simply great for families looking for fun photo stops.

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Bali is a place where you can experience many new things.Bali offer an entire new experience no matter what you are doing. You can craft your own jewelry or you can make your own pottery and now and you can even make your own Balinese food! Balinese food is one of the things that tourists usually miss the most after they get back to their homes. No need to worry about that anymore as now, you can take Bali and its taste to your own dining table.

You can get an introduction to the unique culinary heritage of Bali by taking up cooking class. It will be a great introduction to see how you can make authentic Balinese dishes and learn about the local way of life. You can take a cooking classes which will take you to the traditional market where you will get a first-hand introduction to some our traditional herbs and spices that are most commonly used in Balinese cooking.You also have a choice to either take a vegetarian or non-vegetarian cooking course. In the end recipes will be provided to let you bring these incredible flavors back home.

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Mount Batur is extremely-active volcano, which draws many visitors from around the world with its beauty and promise of adventure. From the starting point, which is located right in the bottom of the mountain, trek through the jungle under a blanket of stars for around 2 hours up to the peak.

From the top you will experience a scenic sunrise view and the green caldera around the volcano.
You can admire the panoramic view of the three volcanoes of Mt. Agung, Mt. Abang and Mt. Rinjani in Lombok. Feel the adrenaline kick in as you see the sky turn from black to inky blue, from pink to orange, revealing the expanse of the volcanic valley. As your descent starts, you will explore three younger craters while taking in the amazing volcanic landscape.The sunrise trek of Mount Batur is a rewarding and magical way to start the day.

After trekking back down the mountain, soothe away your aches and pains at a natural hot spring. The hot spring is located in the Toyabungkah area, Batur village, Bangli Regency.Toyobungkahactually means water flowing from the rock crevices originating from the foot of Mount Batur. Here tourists can feel the sensation of a shower of hot water having temperature 38-39 degrees Celsius. In addition to refreshing the body and mind, a hot shower at this place is also believed effective for the treatment of diseases, particularly skin diseases. You can relax in pool while enjoying the view of Lake Batur. 

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The Healing Village SPA at Jimbaran Bay is situated inside one of the traditional huts that make up picturesque Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay. It offers a holistic spa experience that goes well beyond physical indulgences.
Inspired by its beach side garden setting atop the Resort’s seven ‘villages’, the Healing Village Spa draws on Balinese traditions and nature’s bounty to nourish and heal the physical body, revealing a harmonious path to inner change.
You can immerse yourself in Balinese traditions and nature’s bounty, exploring grounding treatments, ritual-inspired therapies, and mindful practices, to reveal a personal and harmonious path to inner change.
Connect to Bali’s wellbeing soul and re-connect with your inner spirit with their rejuvenating range of yoga classes: Hatha, Surya Namaskar, Yin, Sunrise and Sunset Yoga.Enveloped by Bali’s blissfully energy, allow mindful practitioners to guide you in stabilizing the breath, body and mind, and experiencing peace – at one, with self, and universe.

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Bali enthusiasts now have something new to include on their travel itinerary: a hot air balloon ride. The Chedi Club Ubud in Bali has introduced the hot air balloon ride that will take travelers 50-metres high over Ubud’s unrivaled natural landscapes of lush forests and rice fields. You can capture the view with a drone, but seeing it with your own eyes is a pretty epic experience. 
The 23-metre hot air balloon will fly 50-metres above the resort’s rice fields and offers passengers views of the forests of Ubud, Hendra Hadiprana (now The Chedi Club), and Mount Agung in the distance. 
It is advertised as a ‘soft adventure’ option for those who aren’t up for thrill-seeking activities like skydiving or paragliding. Daily flights are scheduled three times a day: at dawn, in the late afternoon or early evening, and just after moonrise. Each balloon ride can accommodate a maximum of two adults and two children (under 12), along with a certified pilot.
After enjoying the views, at the end of the ride, passengers will also be treated to a breakfast, afternoon tea, or dinner, depending on their flight times. Each flight lasts for about five to seven minutes and ride is operational between June and November.

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Keramas Beach is a beautiful black sand beach. It is 1.8 kilometer long and is situated along the south-eastern coastline of Gianyar regency in Bali. It is easily accessible from the main highway of Jalan Ida Bagus Mantra which runs parallel to the coast from northern Sanur and eastward through the regencies of Gianyar and Klungkung in East Bali.
Kermas Beach has several new hotspots and various things to do. One of them is Komune Beach Club at the Komune Resort which features sunset sessions with chill out music around the pool deck, movie screenings on open-air lawn cinema, special night surfing events, etc. The black sand beach is a good place for nice quite stroll by the sea. 
There is KeramasAeropark nearby, which offers a totally unique dining experience. It features a restored plane in navy blue and red livery with its cabin repurposed into a really quirky restaurant, complete with dining table and leather seat setups in makeshift interiors. If you are an adrenaline junkie, one can visit Bali Speed Go-Kart, just 10 minutes’ drive from the main strip of Kermas Beach. 

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Tourists can take a guided trek on Mt. Ijen to observe the famous ‘blue flames’ of Ijen Crater. It is an overnight trip from Bali. Tour begins with pickup from hotel, and then travel to the westernmost tip to catch the ferry to Java. Expedition brings you to East Java by midnight to start your predawn hike to the summit.You hike through the rain-forest of giant ferns and trees. You get to witness this extraordinary natural phenomenon in the darkness and later be treated to superb views inside Ijen Crater. Visitors get to see the panoramic views of the Sulfur Lake and surrounding scenery in the first light of day and meet local sulfur miners who toil on the mountain.
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Yogyakarta is an Indonesia city on the island of Java. It is the only Indonesian royal city still ruled by a monarchy. Yogyakarta is regarded as an important centre for classical Javanese fine arts and culture such as ballet, batik textiles, drama, literature, music, poetry, silver smithing, visual arts, and wayang puppetry

Tourists can explore Yogyakarta from Bali in one day trip. They can relax with door-to-door transportationfrom hotel. After pickup head to the airport and hop on a plane for a full-day adventure in Yogyakarta on Java Island. On landing, meet professional guide and head to Indonesia's tallest and most beautiful Hindu temple, Prambanan, also a UNESCO Heritage Site.
Than visit the Sultan Palace Kraton, built in 1790. The Sultan Palace Keraton remains a center of the walled city with shops, markets, schools, mosques and the city’s batik dyeing and silver industries.
Next destination can be the world's largest Buddhist Temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Borobudur Temple. It is an example of Indonesia’s classic art and architecture. The temple consists of three monuments, which together represent the phases in the attainment of nirvana.
Yogyakarta has several beaches that can draw your attention and other natural attractions such as mountains, caves, and rivers.

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