Bali travel guide - Kuta and Legian holidays and vacations
The brightest gem in the Indonesian Archipelago, Bali is a travel guide favourite for its superb beaches, pretty landscapes and undeniable culture. Whether you come for the surfing, nightlife, arts and crafts or simply to relax, it doesn’t disappoint.
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Party central for Bali and some of the best stretches of sand anywhere on the island, Kuta is a lively resort town with great nightlife and surfing…click and read more
Bali is famous in Southeast Asia for its leisure and enjoyment, which doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. If you’re looking for a good night out, here’s how…click and read more
Visit ancient Hindu temples, wander through soothing Balinese gardens or drive among the terraced rice fields around Ubud, Bali is not short of sights for tourists…click and read more
Stay in some of Asia’s best tropical seaside resorts when you travel to Bali. Affordable for all, and relaxing above all, more than 400 Bali hotels are on offer here, provided by Agoda…search and book now.
Bali has been welcoming visitors for decades and remains one of Asia’s most popular island destinations. A professional and good value tourist infrastructure has been developed so that few leave Bali disappointed. Boutique beachside hotels, excellent international restaurants and an exciting nightlife all combined for a memorable stay, served of course with the soft smile of the local Balinese. It’s all detailed in this site, where you can plan, and book your hotel rooms, taking advantage of Agoda’s low rates.
Bali has several alter-egos, each very satisfying depending on your travel expectations. The long stretch of sand from Seminyak, through Legian to the Southern reaches of Kuta would impress most, yet there’s more at the family-friendly Sanur, and most tourists base themselves in this area. Nightlife is best in Seminyak or Kuta, culture vultures head for the hills to appreciate the arty scene and natural rice-paddy scenery of Ubud, while surfing – Bali’s signature activity – is best at Ulu Watu or Kuta. Offshore islands and the nearby Gili Islands are great for diving. Then there’s the hiking and biking of the interior from Candidasa. Perhaps the best of cultural Bali is seen in the numerous ancient sites, such as the temples (Pura) of Lempuyang, Luhur Ulu Watu and Tana Lot. With its rich tradition of handicrafts, Bali is also a shoppers’ delight.
The tradition of cockfighting in Bali
When planning a trip to the popular Indonesian island of Bali, the usual itineraries usually to involve sunning on the beaches, surfing in the south, motorbike trips around the countryside, jungle treks, climbing volcanoes and traditional Balinese dance. Few would consider the practice of cock fighting as a tourist attraction, however, although it remains one of the most popular pastimes of the local people. …more