The island of Bali is an area of 5,632 square kilometers and measures 90 kilometers from north to south and 140 kilometers from East to West. Bali is one of the 18 Thousand Islands that is Indonesia.
Bali is graced with a cultural beauty that is both magical and mythical. With volcanic lakes, spectacular rice terraces, tropical beaches and ancient temples it is also a scenic and stunning cultural hub. This is highly evident to all visitors of the Island that view many of the traditional dances and elaborate religious festivals. With warm welcoming smiles and gracious hearts the Balinese people a large part of what makes the island of Bali so captivating.
Temperatures in Bali range between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius (68 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit) year-round. December to March is known as Monsoon season as heavy showers and humidity are expected, however, days on the coastline of Bali during this season are usually sunny and the rain starts during the night and tends to pass quickly. June to September the humidity is low and rain is seldom experienced on the coastal areas.
Bali is a melting pot of culture, beauty and excitement, which combines to create one of the worlds’ greatest holiday destinations.
Jalan Villa Kandara,
Banjar Wijaya Kusuma,
Ungasan, Bali, 80362 Indonesia
Phone : +62 361 848 2200
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