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About Bali and Places to Visit
Bali is the richest island in Indonesia and is loved by tourists for its friendly residents, beautiful views, blue lagoons and luxurious hotels. Almost 80% of foreign tourists visiting Indonesia only from outside Bali. Traveling for business or pleasure, you can comfortably enjoy your flight if you rent a private jet to Bali.
The island of Bali is located in Indonesia and is part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. The island of Bali is bounded by the Indian Ocean from the south, the Pacific Ocean from the north, the Strait of Bali separates it from Java in the west, and the Strait of Lombok in the east. The island is about 145 km long, 80 km wide and is home to almost 4 million Balinese. On the whole length of the coast, especially on its eastern and southern sides, there are resorts offering luxury vacationers. Elegant accommodation blends perfectly with the local landscape, with fishermen’s boats and bazaars offering original souvenirs. In the heart of the country there are mainly sacred sites, stunning splendour and oriental style, surrounded by lush and colourful gardens.
No other Indonesian island has so many tourist attractions concentrated in such a small area. The most beautiful places are located far from tourist resorts and include numerous volcanoes, lakes, rice fields, jungle, waterfalls and above all temples. Also a frequent place to visit is the capital of Bali Denpasar, a mystical city full of multi-level Hindu temples with the most interesting temple on the water Tanah Lot. Bali Tampaksiring Healing Power and the colorful Bali Barat National Park, a paradise for birds and apes, attract many tourists. The island has a volcanic ridge with the highest peak of Gunung Agung at 3142 m above sea level. It is still an active volcano and attracts a lot of tourists.
Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) is the main major airport which is 13 km south of Denpasar.