Bali

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Indonesia
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About Bali
Bali is a province in the country of Indonesia. The province covers a few small neighbouring islands as well as the isle of Bali, in the Indian Ocean.

Helicopter rides, surfing, golf and white water rafting are all available.

For animal and nature lovers, take the Bali Bird Walk through the rice fields or visit the Bali Animal Welfare Association.

Banjar Hot Water Springs is a natural hot water springs that is believed to possess miraculous healing powers.

Gitgit is the picturesque and the tallest waterfall in Bali.

Kintamani has active volcanoes, the largest lake in Bali, spectacular panoramic views and hot springs.

Tour the temples. Besakih Temple is the largest and the most important Hindu Temple in Bali.

Tanah Lot Temple is the most photographed and Bali’s most important Sea Temple where guardians of the sea are worshipped.

Mengwi Temple - the terrace rice fields on the way to the temple is a popular tourist attraction.

Alas Kedetan (Monkey Forest) - where you find the most tame and friendliest monkeys in Bali.

Take in a traditional Balinese dance performance.

There are lots of shopping opportunities in Bali, ranging from fine art, handicrafts and antique furniture to paintings, delicately carved jewellery, masks and woven and dyed fabrics.

The staple food in Bali is rice, accompanied by vegetables, a small amount of fish or meat, and a range of condiments, consumed often as snacks. In Indonesia, eating with your right hand is common.

Indonesian dishes such as satay and Chinese food is mainly served in restaurants and tourist destinations.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships may use two ports, Benoa Harbour or Padang Bay.

For Benoa, most ships anchor offshore and passengers are tendered to a small cruise terminal in the middle of nowhere. Smaller ships may dock alongside.

Inside the cruise terminal there examples of Balinese art and culture as well as occasional demonstrations of woodcarving, batik printing, paintings and sculpture.

Taxis are available at the terminal.
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