Various Attractions Of Bali - The Island of the Gods

Bali is one of the thousands of islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago. From green terraced rice paddies and endless beaches to traditional ceremonies and centuries-old temples, Bali is an island which will leave visitors with unforgettable impressions of its natural beauty and enchanting culture. The island offers infinite opportunities of exploring world famous places of interest, partaking cultural activities, savoring spectacular sunsets and indulging in a plethora of the exotic dishes.

“The Island of the Gods” has a population of 4 million, with a majority of them being Hindu. Daily prayers and rituals form a significant part of everyday life. The Balinese have their own calendar and celebrate no less than 57 holidays per year, marking the importance of all aspects of life, from metal to education.

With its rich culture, natural attractions, and friendly people, Bali truly is an alluring travel destination

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Bali Golf & Country Club (currently closed due to renovation); With its international tournament reputation the Bali Golf & Country Club is the place where golfers can tee off nearby, in the Nusa Dua resort area. Handara Golf Course; For golfing combined with enjoyment of beautiful scenery try the Bali Handara Golf Course, which is situated on the edge of an extinct volcanic crater, approximately 50 kilometers from the hotel. Denpasar; This is Bali's capital city, main business and shopping district so Denpasar is the place where local people mingle with newcomers from all over the country. Badung market is famous for its various colorful textiles and handicrafts. A shopping mall and a complete range of restaurants along the Sudirman and Teuku Umar roads, cater to all the needs of tourists and local customers. Drive to Kedaton, Sumerta, Tonja and Kesiman, to feel the ambience of Denpasar's old city with the temple and palace.  

Goa Lawah; The famous 'Bat Cave' and Goa Gajah, Bali's 11th century 'Elephant Cave', both about 40 kilometers from Conrad Bali, are only two of Bali's sacred places. Kuta Beach; This busy market and tourist area is one place where you can enjoy the nightlife. Along the main road and the beach road there are restaurants, international franchise caf├ęs, bars and lounges; the night sea breeze will heat up the excitement of your leisure time. During the day, take a walk and do some shopping for branded items along Jalan Legian, Kuta's main street. Nirwana Bali Golf Club; This Golf Course overlooks the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean, just over an hour's drive from the hotel. Conrad Bali Concierge can arrange prime tee-off times.  

Pura Besakih; Known as the holiest temple in Bali, is about 50 kilometers from the hotel, and located on the slopes of Mount Agung. Tanah Lot, Located in the sea set on a naturally carved landscape this temple is just a short drive from Conrad Bali.Ubud Landscape; A beautiful landscape of rice fields, monkey forest and art galleries. It's a favorite destination for relaxing and winding down. The area also specializes in 'masterpiece paintings'. A visit to the original painters' village, Penestanan, is recommended for art lovers. Uluwatu; Is renowned not only for the spectacular views from the cliff-top temple, Pura Luhur Uluwatu, but also for the beautiful white sand beach below it. Uluwatu Temple beach is a great place for surfers and you can hike down to it from the temple.

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