Throughout the years Bali has proved to be a popular tourist destination among holidaymakers, owing to its rich culture and unique opportunities. Taking full advantage of this tropical wonderland however is something that takes most people years to discover, yet in this small article I will show you how simple planning can make sure you make the most of your Bali holiday.
Despite its small size, Bali offers great diversity through its many towns. Popular destinations for those chasing both the shops and the nightlife remain large towns Seminyak and Kuta. Kuta in a particular has long been referenced as one of the surfing hotspots of not only Bali, but of the globe. If you’re more interested in discovering the rich cultural history of Bali, then you should head to the central town of Ubud. Situated in the mountains, Ubud has long been considered the cultural hub of Bali; offering visitors a unique and unparalleled view into the traditions of this remarkable people.
If the lights of the big towns are not your thing, then you can head to the smaller, rural towns such as Canggu. Only two hours north of Seminyak, Canggu offers a distinct view in today’s Balinese people; along the peace and quiet that some people look for in a holiday. Canggu also boasts amazing surfing conditions, which are probably one of the best kept secrets in the whole of Bali.
No matter which part of Bali you choose to visit, one thing that you need to consider heavily is what accommodation you are to stay in. Throughout the years it has been commonplace to stay in hotels, but in recent years there has been a noticeable swing towards the more traditional Luxury Bali Villas. Aimed at those wanting to fully steep themselves in the local culture, Bali Villas combine style and space to offer the perfect base camp for your Bali adventure.
As Bali is such a popular tourist destination, you are always likely to experience some headache concerning crowds. The summer holidays in America, Japan and Europe run between June and September; so expect larger crowds at these times. You should also consider the weather conditions, which are at their best during the wet season; which takes place between April and September.
Once you have decided the when, where and shelter of your Bali experience, you are that much closer to the perfect holiday. Make sure you take each of these factors into deep consideration, as they can be the difference between a memory, and a nightmare.