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Bali tends to take the spotlight when it comes to travelling in Indonesia but we're not gonna lie, it deserves it!

Think stunning beaches, lush mountainous terrain, scenic lakes, rolling rice fields, blooming flower gardens, sacred rivers and cascading waterfalls. Did we mention the locals are absolutely the nicest people you'll ever meet? With a Bali holiday, you can spend your days snorkelling the crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon, saying hello to cheeky friends at the sacred monkey forest, catching a sunset at Tanah Lot Temple and hustling for a bargain on Legian Street.

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Pack your flip-flops (thongs or jandals, depending on where in the world you reside), swimmers, sarong and your appetite for exotic flavours because Bali is calling! Get ready for sandy toes, colourful sunsets and delicious street food adventures in this tropical paradise. In terms of your packing list, keep it simple and leave some room in your suitcase for shopping, but be sure to throw in some hand sanitiser, sunscreen and bug spray.

Bali is a treasure trove of wonders, so it depends on what brings you here in the first place. If you’re after the tourist experience, you’ll find it in the bustling town of Kuta, which is a sensory smorgasbord. Seminyak steps things up a notch in terms of luxury, and if you’re keen for a slightly slower pace and some of Bali’s best beach clubs and restaurants, head to Canggu. From here, you can do a daytrip to see Tanah Lot temple, one of Bali’s unmissable attractions and immerse yourself in the cultural heart of Ubud, where you'll find rice paddies, lush jungle and blissful yoga retreats. For a taste of the good life, it’s hard to go past Nusa Dua for pristine beaches and world-class resorts, and let's not forget about the Instagram-worthy waterfalls of Munduk and the hidden gems of the Gili Islands. Of course, this is just the beginning of Bali’s incredible bounty.

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If you want to experience the magic of Bali at its peak (read: lounge on beautiful beaches, dance on the sand, explore lush jungle and dive into crystal-clear water), then plan your visit for the dry season, which runs from May to October. With balmy temps and minimal rainfall, it's the perfect time to experience everything Bali has to offer. If you’re keen to avoid the intense crowds, consider the shoulder seasons from April to June and September to October.

A playground of endless adventures and unforgettable experiences, Bali invites you to switch off from the rat race and dive into crystal-clear water, raise the heart-rate with a thrilling white-water rafting adventure, bliss out at a day spa, dance the night away at a world-famous beach club, visit ancient temples, feast on delectable Indonesian cuisine, barter in bustling markets, chase waterfalls, hike to the top of Mount Batur for sunrise. Bali offers a world of adventure, relaxation, and cultural wonders, the hardest part will be trying to fit it all in one trip!

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