Bali is one of the most visitor-friendly islands in Indonesia situated in the Lesser Sunda Island’s western corner. Java is situated on its western corner while Lombok lies in the east. Denpasar, the capital of Bali is located in its southern end which is one of the 33th provinces of Indonesia. The Bali Strait separates Bali from Java. The island is about 153 km wide and covers an area of 5,632 km².
Bali is the home to several peaks each having altitude of about 3,000 meters. Mount Agung, an active volcano is the highest mountain with an altitude of 3,142 m. The province is a very fertile land and its volcanic nature is accountable for it fertility with tall mountain ranges bringing in high rainfall to make it a productive agriculture sector and the main crops grown are coffee and rice.
Bali is a preferred choice for travelers coming to Indonesia because of its white-sand beaches where they have good opportunity to enjoy world-class surf. Travelers get opportunity to see rich coral reefs around the coast, principally in the diving spots of Tulamben or Menjangan and Amed, where they also enjoy the sight of wide range of marine life like Giant Sunfish, Giant Moray Eel, Hammerhead Shark, sea snakes, reef Shark and dolphins as well.
What attract the travelers the most in Bali are the sight of flowers that hang from the frangipani tree, the amazing beauty of the rice terraces, the delightful temple ceremonies, the attention-grabbing dance performances, the frenzied whirl of Kuta segues as well as those murky treks along with the volcanoes and more. Travelers to Bali beaches never miss to take the pleasures of body massage on the beach or visit those exotic spas specially designed for foreign travelers.
Travelers stop to shop necessities from the bargain markets and have a great shopping experience because they can actually test their bargaining prowess in the local markets.