Whether you’re going solo or looking for the perfect honeymoon, or perhaps a fun-filled family holiday, Bali - the island of gods has something to offer for everyone. With complete Bali packages, explore on your Bali trip, all its popular regions like - Ubud, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Seminyak, Manggis, Jimbaran, Legian, Gili Island and Nusa Penida. Be it the ornate temple of Uluwatu, or a breath-taking sunset at Tanah Lot, Bali is undoubtedly a pandora box with stunning attractions. A visit to the Tegallalang rice fields for a spectacular rice fields view is highly recommended when in your Bali tour. Also capturing a beautiful picture on the swing with the Tegenungan waterfalls at the background is a definite must. A holy bath at Tirta Empul Temple on your Bali tour packages, is said to cleanse you of all the impurities. A visit to the Taman Ayun Temple will envelope you in serenity.
A trip to Ubud’s monkey forest introduces the mischievous long-tailed macaques to your Bali tour. Watch a riveting Balinese Barong dance to immerse yourself in a splash of Balinese culture. Witness the traditional Kecak dance performance and get a walk through the history of Bali. Fall in love with Balinese art while strolling through the Ubud art gallery and buy trinkets galore. Take a leisure walk down the white sand beach of Kuta and do not miss Julia Robert's Eat Pray Love fame Padang Padang beach on your Bali trip package. Watch a heart-warming sunset while you lay back on a comfortable sofa sipping your favourite drink at Potato Head Beach Club. Delve through the Gili islands and Nusa Penida for the best underwater adventure in Bali. Capture the magical sunset at Crystal Bay, stroll through the Kelingking Beach and get pleased by Diamond Beach on your Bali Packages from India. Gawk endlessly at the beauty of Broken beach and get mesmerised at the post-card perfect scenery of Angel Billabong. With our Bali package unravel Bali in the best possible manner. Customise your Bali travel packages at Pickyourtrail now and make your Bali holidays an unforgettable one.
Bali Tour Packages from India
|Bali Tour Packages||Duration||*Price(Per person)|
| Fun Bali Packages from Bangalore
||7 Days/6 Nights
||Rs. 30,512 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Relaxing Bali Holiday Package
||10 Days/9 Nights
||Rs. 25,724 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Stunning Bali Tour Packages from Delhi
||8 Days/7 Nights
||Rs. 54,017 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Breathtaking Bali Indonesia Package
||11 Days/10 Nights
||Rs. 47,135 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Lovely Bali Tourism Package from Mumbai
||10 Days/9 Nights
||Rs. 61,084 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Exquisite Singapore Malaysia Bali Tour Package
||13 Days/12 Nights
||Rs. 92,917 (hotels, transfers, activities)
| Captivating Singapore Bali Packages
||9 Days/8 Nights
||Rs. 93,284 (hotels, transfers, activities)
Bali Tour Highlights
- Touring Ulun Danu Beratan Temple located over the beautiful Lake Bratan
- Trek the Mount Batur for a beautiful sunrise
- Explore the Royal Palace of Ubud and head for a quick shopping at Ubud Art Market
- Catch a heart-warming sunset at Tanah Lot Temple
- Take a picture on a swing with Tegenungan Waterfall in the background
- Go for an adventurous White Water Rafting in Ayung River
- Watch Uluwatu sunset with a riveting Kecak dance and fire dance
- Taste Balinese special Luwak cofee along with 11 other varieties
- Take a stroll down Ubud Art Gallery & take in the view of beautiful paintings
- Go for an adrenaline-pumping Scuba diving at the reef of Nusa Dua
- Catch a soul-stirring Balinese Barong Dance at Sahadewa Batubulan
- Tour the lush green beautiful rice terraces of Tegalalang
- Ride the wave & enjoy surfing at Padang Padang Beach
- Visit the elephant cave temple of Goa Gajah.
- Savour the beauty of thousand islands from Rumah Pohon Tree House
- Bali Water Sports: Parasailing, Banana Boat and Jet-Ski Ride
- Take the fun Nusa Lembongan Reef Cruise with snorkeling and water slides
- Play with the cheerful monkeys at Ubud Monkey Forest
- Capture in your lens a picture at Handara Gate
- Lunch with a rice fields view at Sari Organik
- Get a refreshing spa at Putri Bali Spa
- Visit Pura Taman Saraswati or Ubud Water Palace dedicated to lord Saraswati
More activities that you can include to your Bali Tour
- Shop souvenirs at Krisna Bali Souvenir shop
- Relax by the beach club Kudeta as you enjoy your drinks
- Visit Kelingking Beach that is in the shape of Tyrannosaurus Rex
- Visit Beachwalk Shopping Mall for an exclusive shopping experience
- Marvel at the natural wonder of Broken Beach
- Explore the dramatic & exotic landscape of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
- Watch the clear blue waters of Angel Billabong
- Watch a beautiful sunset at Crystal Bay
- Dine and relax in the comfort of soft beds facing the sea at Potato Head Beach Club
- Watch a drag show at Bali joe or Mixwell
- Go for scuba diving on the Liberty Shipwreck
- Strike a pose at the Gate of Heaven with a jaw dropping backdrop
- Take a holy dip at Tirta Empul Temple
- Visit Lempuyang Temple: An amazing temple with a thousand steps
- Swim with 48 life size human sunken sculptures at Nest in Gilli Meno
- Watch sunset at La Plancha Bali
- Go on a Mayong village trekking tour
- Take a stroll down Campughan Ridgewalk
- Take the experience of Quad Biking in Bali
- Dine at Tsavo Lion Restaurant
- Go on a Munduk Waterfall Jungle Trek with scenic views of Old Dutch Batiste amidst Green Mountains
- Go Snorkeling at Tanjung Benoa
20 Top Things to Do in Bali Packages
From laid-back sunbathing to hiking up ancient temples, here are the must-do things on your Bali tour packages to quench your wanderlust:
1. Mount Batur Sunrise Trek
Experience an early morning trek to Mt. Batur, after a short safety briefing, and embark on a trek where you will have to climb steep slopes all the way to the 1,717 meters summit for an unforgettable sunrise. After soaking up the surroundings, savour a tasty local breakfast atop this active volcano. On the way home from the trek, stop at a traditional coffee plantation where you can witness the process of making Balinese coffee. You can also sample the freshly ground coffee, some local herbal teas, and the unusually processed coffee Luwak, the most expensive coffee in the world on your Bali tour.
2. Tegallalang Rice Terrace Walking Tour
Make your way to the Tegallalang rice terrace and take in the stunning views of the rice fields. Walkthrough the fields and explore the local vegetation. Learn about the traditional water management cooperative known as subak, which dates back to the 9th century. Sit back and take in the mesmerising lush green views from one of the local cafes in the area on your Bali Indonesia package.
3. Experience Scuba Diving At Nusa Dua
On your Bali holiday packages, explore Nusa Dua's thriving marine life that includes a host of colourful coral reefs and fish species. You can choose between a shallow or deep dive and your experienced instructor will provide you a safety briefing to use during your dive. Watch out for Manta rays, pygmy seahorses, bump head parrotfish, and moonfish. Get a chance to explore sea wrecks and collect unique seashells to take back as a souvenir.
4. Experience Sunset Kecak Dance at Uluwatu Temple
Journey through the Balinese countryside on your trip to Bali and arrive at the ancient temple of Pura Luhur Uluwatu. Get awestruck at the unique construction of the temple which is located on top of a 70-meter-high cliff overlooking the vastness of the Indian ocean. Wonder at its intricate architectural designs and picturesque surroundings. Take in the panoramic sunset view from the top of the cliff and watch the legendary Kecak dance (monkey dance) at the temple. Continue to Jimbaran Bay where you can enjoy freshly barbecued seafood dinner on the white-sand beach and add spice to your Bali tour.
5. Relaxing Luxurious Spa Treatment at Ubud
On your Bali tour packages from India, lie back and relax as a professional masseuse pours aromatic herbal oil on your body and works through the chakras. In addition to the Chakra massage, Balinese spas offer an extensive menu including manicure, pedicure, body treatments, hair treatments, and facials. Choose from 2 hours packages to 6 hours of complete indulgence. Let your body get rejuvenated in a serene environment as a professional masseuse works away knots and tension in your body with a traditional Balinese massage.
6. Artisans Handicraft Shopping at Ubud
Discover Bali's artisan market which is famous for its silk scarves, lightweight shirts, woven baskets, Moroccan-style oil lamps, quilt-stitched batik camisoles and many other hand-crafted products. Bargain for the best price on your Bali Indonesia package tour package and take home some memorable souvenirs. Marvel at Balinese artist's impeccable craftsmanship as you stroll through these crowded markets. Visit the Threads of Life Gallery, where you can enrol in a class to learn about the traditional methods of colouring fabrics. Add the quirkiest of art to your collection from the Ubud Art Market—if you know how to haggle, it’s a steal!
7. Go wild with water sports at Tanjung Benoa
Explore Tanjung Benoa, famously called the Mecca of Bali's water sports on your Bali packages from India. Soar through the sky while parasailing, go on a thrilling jet ski ride across the tropical waters and walk the seabed in an underwater suit in the seawalker activity to get an up-close an encounter with the native marine life.
8. White Water Rafting at Telaga Waja River in Bali
Embark on a white water rafting adventure at the Telaga Waja River, the most challenging river on your Bali travel packages. As you glide along the water on a raft with an experienced guide, take in stunning views of the Rendang village and the surrounding valley. Breathe in the fresh mountain air and spot exotic birds like the Javan kingfisher. Watch out for a variety of native fish as you encounter grade 2 - 3 white water rapids. Enjoy lunch at an Indonesian restaurant with local dishes like Satay, Martabak, and Pempek.
9. Dolphin Sighting on High-Speed Boat Ride
Embark on a scenic high-speed boat ride to Nusa Dua and Uluwatu coastline and get an up-close magical view of native wild dolphins on your Bali trip package. Get awestruck by the playful nature of these wonderful creatures and enjoy stunning views of the Balinese coast during your excursion.
10. Bali Hai Luxury Catamaran Cruise to Nusa Penida Island
Ride a luxurious catamaran on the Bali Sea to Nusa Penida, the largest of the three islands off the southeastern coast of Bali. Go snorkelling and get awestruck by the rich marine life and awe-inspiring coral reefs on your Bali tour. Enjoy a delicious lunch and end your day with a visit to a quaint Balinese village.
11. Uluwatu Temple Tour with Kecak Dance Performance
Visit the historic Uluwatu Temple located on the top of a majestic cliff and fall in love with Bali's rich cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery. On your Bali Indonesia tour package witness the mythological Kecak dance and savour a delicious barbecue dinner at Jimbaran Bay.
12. Gorgeous Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple
The Tanah Lot Temple is undoubtedly one of the most exquisite temples in Bali and is a must-visit location especially for honeymooners. The temple’s spot is one hundred percent Instagrammable and has earned the appreciation of people all over the world. The temple looks like it floats over the Indian Ocean. If the sunset from such a spot isn’t scenic enough, then what is?
13. Visiting the scenic Kelingking T-Rex & Beach
The famous Kelingking beach in the gorgeous Nusa Penida Islands is a must-visit attraction in Bali. The unique shape of the rock, also known as the T-Rex viewpoint earned the name due its dragon-like shape. Get ready to witness one of the most mystical sunsets from this point during your Bali trip.
14. Experience Serene enveloping calm at Taman Ayun Temple
A marvellous temple depicting the typical Balinese style of architecture, the Taman Ayun Temple is also one of the best places to visit on your Bali tour package. If not for diving into the cultural zone of Bali, you should visit this temple for its brilliant architecture and structure. Pay your respects to the palatial vastness of the temple and click some beautiful pictures to flood your Instagram feed.
15. Swing away in lush greenery at Bali swing
For the fun-filled traveller in you, the Bali swing is your ultimate calling. You will mostly come across Bali swings set up on top of rice terraces. A whoosh of the swing will give you sprawling views of the lush rice terraces and a kick of adrenaline as well. It is undoubtedly yet another unforgettable experience to add as part of your Bali Indonesia tour package kitty right?
16. Touring the Cave Temple of Goa Gajah
Literally translating to ‘Elephant Cave’ this temple is said to ward off a lot of evil spirits and will definitely interest you if you are a history fanatic. Apart from this, the stunning architecture and intricately carved designs of the temple will also grab your attention. Do not forget to add this beautiful location as part of your Bali holiday packages.
17. Visit the Royal Residence of Ubud Palace
Literally, it was the residence of the royal family back in the days.The stunning Balinese architecture of the Ubud Palace is yet again an eye candy for those who love architecture. Considering that it is located in the green heaven of Ubud, the landscape and surroundings will also take your breath away. So get ready to witness some serious beauty when you visit Ubud Palace as part of your Bali package.
18. Understand Balinese culture through a Balinese Barong Dance
Bali is definitely all things cultural, and the Balinese Barong Dance is no exception. A lot of people might have come across the famous Uluwatu Kecak Dance which depicts the story of the Hindu epic Ramayana. Similarly, the Balinese Barong Dance is more of a depiction of sorts of mythological animals that possess supernatural powers. As far as the story goes, these powers are said to protect human beings. Either way, this dance performance should surely be experienced as part of all Bali packages.
19. Take a holy dip at Tirta Empul Temple
The eminent Tirta Empul Temple is known for its purification rituals in the midst of holy water which pours out of springs in the temple tank. A lot of tourists throng this temple in order to “cleanse” themselves from sins. The sanctity of the temple is so sacred that you have to necessarily wear a Sarong (traditional skirt) before entering the temple. Quite a blissful experience up close with Balinese culture for you to have on your Bali tour.
20. Reminisce Eat Pray Love at Padang Padang Beach
Needless to say, a large part of Bali’s attractions is to do with the beaches. Padang Padang Beach is one such beach where you will not only get a glimpse of the local life, but you can also indulge in some thrilling water sports. Parasailing and jet ski rides are the order of the day at Bali beaches and you can get yourself a trainer on site to help you out as well. Once you are done with the exhilarating experience, why not try out some of the mouth watering food from some of the street food shops lined right opposite to the beach on your Bali trip package?
Places to visit in Bali Packages
1. Discover the Ubud Art Market
Discover Ubud Art Market - Bali's artisan market which is famous for its silk scarves, lightweight shirts, woven baskets, Moroccan-style oil lamps, quilt-stitched batik camisoles and many other handcrafted products. Bargain for the best price and take home some memorable souvenirs. Marvel at Balinese artist's impeccable craftsmanship as you stroll through these crowded markets. Check out Balinese painting and woodcarving around the market. Get an insight into the lives of artists and artisans in the city. Visit the Threads of Life Gallery, where you can enrol in a class to learn about the traditional methods to colour fabrics.
2. Trek Through Bedugul Rainforest
Step foot into the wilderness of Bali’s jungles and trek through a cool highland rainforest that overlooks the gorgeous lakeside village of Bedugul. During this moderate trek you will explore a pristine conservation forest, enjoy breathtaking panoramas while our expert guide educates you on jungle ecology. Spot on your Bali packages from India a variety of wildlife including leaf-eating macaques, small deer known as kijang, Bali starling and Pangolin anteaters. Enjoy a traditional canoe trip across the beautiful Lake Bratan and indulge in a delicious buffet lunch at a local restaurant.
3. Hiking Tour To Mayong Village
Discover on your Bali trip package from India, the beauty of Mayong village which is 20 km from Lovina and away from busy side of Bali on this guided tour. Marvel at the panoramic view of the landscape with hectares of rice fields covering the hill slopes. Get to know the local villagers’ fascinating way of life like the traditional farming, cattle breeding and the daily routine of offerings and ceremonies. Listen to captivating stories of this ancient village from your guide and spot historical relics present throughout the village.
4. Visit to the Mesmerising Broken Beach in Nusa Penida
Located in the Nusa Penida Island, the Broken Beach has the most picturesque views ever of the lashing blue waves. You can go ahead and visit this place along with your loved ones and spend some leisure time and click pictures on your Bali travel packages. Speaking of beaches on the Nusa Penida Island itself, you can look forward to some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving experiences at these points. Given that it is further into the Indian Ocean, there is a chance that you may witness breathtaking marine life during your expeditions.
5. Touring the Breathtaking Thousand Islands Viewpoint in Nusa Penida
Geographically, the Thousand Islands Viewpoint is located on the eastern side of Nusa Penida Islands. This is one of the most precious points in all of Nusa Penida and is actually not known to a lot of people. Although it involves a bit of walking, the end result of the view is totally worth it and hence is a must visit on your Bali travel packages. You will not find much crowd here since it is quite a narrow strip of land. You might also have a glimpse of the Lombok island from this point which is largely untouched and yet again gives you a unique experience.
Best time to visit Bali
Bali, the Island of the Gods is an all rounder similar to the ones we have in the game of Cricket. Why so? Well, it has a bit of all experiences and needless to say, it can be visited all around the year. The sunny beaches and captivating mountains prove that Bali is a jack of all trades. Although a lot of people would prefer visiting the island during the months of April to October, you can also have a good time visiting the place from November to March. The obvious reason for this is that the winter season will see sparse crowds which will give you better space to enjoy your Bali holiday package on all fronts.
But if you prefer to be in the midst of local culture and the native vibe, it's recommended that you visit Bali between the months of April and October. So, irrespective of whether you are a summer baby or a winter lover, Bali will be sure to welcome you with open arms into its heavenly abode. Let’s dive right in and understand more on the best time and ideal season to visit Bali shall we?
Summer in Bali (April - October)
Typically referred to as the dry season, you can look forward to some bright and sunny days when you visit Bali between the months of April and October. The landscape and weather conditions are ideal to take up water sport activities as well. Considering that a large part of Bali lovers visit the Island during the summer season, you can look forward to tons of festivals and local cultural activities along with your loved ones. The Bali arts festival is one such event where people from all over the globe throng the island to witness the culture in all its glory. If you want to travel smart, make sure you book your hotels and activities in advance so that you get the best deals for your Bali trip package. There is a high probability that if you book in the off season, you tend to get the best prices for your travel in the peak season. So go ahead and plan your summer vacation on the beautiful island of Bali.
Winter in Bali (November to March)
For all you winter lovers out there, don't lose heart. Bali can also be visited in the winter months from November to March. Imagine climbing up the famous Mount Batur while letting the chilly breeze caress your face early in the morning. Sounds well, right? The best part about visiting Bali in the winter season is that you will not have too much of a crowd, thus giving the much needed getaway you and your loved ones deserve. Do not expect Bali to be filled with snow at any given point because it is located very close to the equator. In fact, the island destination is known for its pleasant climate in the winter rather than the chilly weather. How does a beautiful wintry climate sound when you are lazing around the Nusa Penida Island while looking at the overcast sky touching the horizon? So, go ahead and bask in the romantic weather of Bali from the months of November to March with Bali tour packages offered at Pickyourtrail.
How to Reach Bali from India
Although Bali is an island destination, it is not located in the middle of nowhere as such. It is easy to commute between places via road, sea or air. Let’s have a look at the different ways by which we can reach Bali shall we?
This is the most common mode of transportation to visit any country. Most parts of Asia are well connected with Bali through a one stop flight or sometimes even direct flights. After you land in the Denpasar International Airport, you can take a car ride across the whole island and visit every nook and corner. You also have good flight connections from European countries and the Americas considering the popularity of the destination as a whole. Air transportation is also one of the most comfortable ways to travel to and around Bali considering that the time taken is also minimised.
If you are a very budget conscious traveller, this mode of transport is for you. After landing in Jakarta, you can take a road trip around the region. Apart from being a budget friendly mode, it is also one of the most fun-filled ways to travel especially when you are on vacation. An upbeat song playing on your radio and a scenic drive along the roads of Bali with your loved ones surely sounds like one hell of an experience right?
Now this is surely a unique way to get to your destination. You can hop onto a cruise liner and reach the island of Bali. You will first have to fly out of your home country and land in Jakarta or Singapore in order to get onboard a cruise liner. Not only does this give you a once in a lifetime experience but also give you the chance to sink into the luxury of Indonesian waters on a grand boat.
Bali Visa for Indians
Indian passport holders travelling to Bali for tourism do not need a visa for a duration of stay less than 30 days. Bali offers free visa for Indian tourists and on arrival at Denpasar airport, your passport will be stamped with a Visa exemption which is free and valid for a single entry. The only thing you need to ensure is that your passport is valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry into Bali and you have valid return tickets and sufficient money to fund your expenses during your stay.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bali Tour Packages
Is Bali open for tourism? Is Bali open for Indian tourists?
Bali has opened for tourism to 19 countries. They are -- India, China, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, New Zealand, Liechtenstein, France, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Hungary and Norway. However, all these 19 countries are allowed to enter the Bali territory with some restrictions.
1. Travellers travelling to Bali from India should make sure:
2. Both doses of Covishield vaccine are to be taken at least 14 days before your departure to ensure you are fully vaccinated.
3. Carry a negative PCR test result taken within 48 hours of departure.
4. You will be required to quarantine yourself in any Bali hotel which you should have pre-booked, for 5 days and 4 nights.
5. By the end of your quarantine, you will have to produce a negative PCR test result.
6. Carry your masks and sanitizers to keep yourself protected.
7. Get yourself updated with the latest updates before your departure.
How much is a meal cost in Bali?
Average cost of food in Bali per day ranges between Rp250,000 - Rp2,70,000 varying based on your eating and spending habits. While dining out the average cost per meal is around Rp105,000.
When is a good time to visit Bali?
The best time to visit Bali is in the months of May, July and September when the weather is warm and sunny and ideal for outdoor activities.
How much cash can I carry from India to Bali?
For a seven day trip to Bali for two, you can carry Rs.50,000 worth IDR which is approximately IDR 9752815. This money should suffice for transport, activities, shopping, food and drinks.
Which are the must visit cities in Bali?
Denpasar, Ubud, Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Uluwatu and Nusa Dua are the best regions in Bali that are a must visit on your Bali trip.
What to pack for your Bali trip?
Light weight dresses, quick drying shorts, flip flops, travel shoes for trekking, swim suit for swimming and underwater watersports, Universal Power Adapter, Sunscreen to beat the sun, sunglasses, reusable waterbottle are the essentials to pack for your Bali tour.
How to dress before visiting a temple in Bali?
While visiting a temple you want to be appropriate and modest in Bali. It is advised to respectfully cover shoulders and knees for both men and women. The ideal thing to do is to carry a sarong for all your temple visits and tie it around your waist. This is applicable to both men and women. Alternatively, Sarongs are available on rent at the entrance to every temple.
What is the ideal time to spend for a trip to Bali?
6 nights 7 days is the ideal time to spend in Bali to cover all the important attractions. A 6 nights Bali itinerary can be customised as per your requirement at Pickyourtrail to include everything of your choice and have the ideal Bali holiday.
How to move around in Bali?
Motorbikes and cars are the best way to move around in Bali. Relying on Public transport is not advisable. The traffic situation in Bali can get annoying, and hence renting a motorbike is the best option as that will help you manoeuvre through the traffic.
Do we need a passport for Bali from India?
Yes, you need a passport to enter Bali from India. Although Bali offers visa on arrival for Indians, so visa need not be applied for earlier and can be obtained after arriving at Denpasar airport.
What are the languages spoken in Bali? Can I survive with English?
Balinese, Indonesian & English are the most spoken languages in Bali. In major tourist attractions, you can survive with English, however if you go to interior parts of Bali, it can get difficult and hence learning little Balinese can go a long way.
What is the currency in Bali?
Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the currency used in Bali. However Euro and USD are also widely accepted and can fetch you good conversion rates.
Is Bali a safe place to visit?
Bali is a fairly safe place to visit. However it is always advised to keep your belongings safe at all times and remain cautious against pickpockets. Also the threat of volcanoes remain, but so far there hasn't been a scenario of significant devastation and it continues to be a top tourist destination making it a rather safe place to vacation in.
What are the best temples to visit on your Bali trip?
1. A temple perched on a cliff, the Uluwatu Temple is one of the best if not the best temple to visit in Bali, especially during sunset when it creates a beautiful spectacle.
2. Tanah Lot Temple - an ancient Hindu pilgrimage temple is yet another beauty and a popular temple that epitomises Bali as a romantic island.
3. Ulan Danu Beratan Temple floating over Lake Bratan is also another stunning Balinese temple
4. Taman Ayun Temple one of the six royal temples in Bali and is a definite must visit in Bali.
Apart from these temples Goa Gajah, Tirta Empul Temple, Taman Saraswati Temple, Besakih Temple, Lempuyang Temple and Vihara Dharma Giri Temple are also other temples to include on your Bali Indonesia tour package.
What are the best places to shop in Bali?
1. Krisna Bali Souvenirs shop outlet is the best place to buy Bali souvenirs, accessories, keychains, handicrafts and related items. There are 7 outlets spread across Bali, you can shop keepsakes from any one themon your Bali trip.
2. Sukawati art market is another place to shop typical Balinese crafts such as paintings, silver & gold jewellery, antiques, wooden sculptures, and beach fabrics.
3. At Kuta art market and Ubud art market you can buy Balinese handicraft items such as placemats, bags, balinese conical hats, silk scarves, T-shirts, sandals, and fridge magnet sort of souvenirs.
4. For high end fashion brands and designer boutique brands, head to Seminyak Village Mall.
5. At Discovery Shopping Mall Kuta find clothing brands such as Adidas, Nike and Giordano, find a store for all your shopping needs in Bali.
What are the best adventure activities to take up on your trip to Bali?
White water rafting at Ayung river, Climbing Mount Batur to witness a beautiful sunrise, taking the Abyss zipline between cliffs and gliding across the sea are some adventures to try in Bali. An adrenaline pumping 5GX Reverse Bungy in Kuta, sliding down on a natural waterslide at Aling Aling waterfall, surfing the waves of Kuta Beach, going for a scuba diving experience at Nusa Penida and taking the famous swing at Tegallalang rice fields are some other best adventurous activities to try on your Bali tour.
Which are the best beaches to visit on your trip to Bali?
A long stretch of golden sand with plenty of beach bars just few footsteps away from the ocean is the Seminyak Beach. Sit by La Plancha and watch the sun go down as you enjoy your drink. The powder white sand with impeccably clean and clear waters sheltered by palm trees is the incredible Nusa Dua Beach - your go to place to just relax. For a romantic beach front barbecue Echo Beach is where you must head to. For sea food and post-card perfect sunset Jimbaran Bay is where you must descend down to. Padang Padang beach which rose to fame owing to Julia Robert's Eat Pray Love is for every person who loves surfing. Sanur Beach, Diamond Beach, Kelingking beach, Crystal Bay, Thomas Beach are also other must visit beaches on your Bali tour package.
How do I get from Bali to Nusa Penida?
From Sanur in Bali, there are speedboats that go to Nusa Penida and it takes about 30 - 45 minutes to get there by a speedboat. Angel Billabong speedboat transfers are the most sought after.
How to get to Nusa Lembongan from Bali?
Nusa Lembongan can be reached from Bali in 30 minutes through a fast speed boat departing from Sanur or Serangan port. You can find several trips departing to Lembongan from Bali in a day, particularly by Gili Getaway and Blue Water Express.
Is Bali kid friendly?
Bali is definitely one of the most family friendly destinations to visit. Its amazing beaches, restaurants, sunsets, swings and marine parks make it a kid friendly destination. To top that welcoming locals make it a cherry on the cake for kids!
Is Bali safe for female solo travel?
Bali is fairly considered to be safe for female travellers to travel solo or with a group.
Does Bali offer visa on arrival for Indians?
At the current date, Bali offers free visa on arrival for Indian tourists that lets them stay in Bali for a period of 30 days. All you need to carry is your passport and at Immigration counter your passport will be stamped with visa exemption stamp. Although it is advisable to have your to and fro tickets and your stay booked prior to your arrival, there is no visa fees for Indians to enter Bali.
How much does a trip to Bali cost from India?
At Pickyourtrail get Bali packages that start as low as Rs.36,000 for a 4 nights Bali holiday to Rs.48,000 for a 8 night Bali vacation. Customise your itinerary according to your budget and get a complete package that fits all budgets.
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