Bali an island of Indonesia, is rated for many good reasons. It is the No. 1 tropical tourist destination in the world. Millions of visitors have had an amazing time in Bali and keep coming back to re-live the magic of the island. Each traveler has distinct expectations, desires, and different budget when he comes to Bali. Some of the travelers will be seasoned travelers, while others will explore for the first time a tropical island far away from home. Some of them come alone, some with a partner, some with friends and some with families. Keeping this in mind, Mollyson Holidays have designed a wonderful Bali Package Tours for every need of yours and to take you to this mesmerizing and breathtaking Bali Trip.
Climate and Beautiful Sunset to see with Bali Package Tours
The average temperature throughout the year in Bali is around 27C (80F). With our Bali package tours you would witness an open-minded culture in Bali. You would also have an access to contemporary bars, relaxing spas and sandy beaches during your Trip to Bali.
Bali is the wellness capital of the world. Tired travelers can pamper themselves with highly affordable massages and spa treatments, or simply relax on the beach with a cocktail and watch a beautiful sunset.
The major issue with the travelers is to figure out where to stay in Bali, what to do and how to do it when they have too many different choices. We are excited to support you in taking these decisions and be your one-stop travel experts by offering our best services with our Bali Package Tours.
Explore the Bali culture with Bali Tour Package
Located in the middle of the world’s largest archipelago, Bali is Indonesia’s most well-known island. Its rich traditions, breathtaking nature, colorful ceremonies, and unique culture make it stand out from its neighbors. It is no surprise that many simply get fascinated and addicted to the Island.
Although Indonesia is the largest Muslim dominated country in the world, Bali is unique with its mostly Hindu culture which permeates all aspects of everyday life. Ceremonies are held almost every day, celebrating the cycles of the moon, holidays, birth, marriage, coming of age, and passing away. Traditional clothing is still commonly worn, and visitors are often surprised by the daily ‘canang sari’ (sari means essence and canang, a small palm-leaf basket as a tray) which is offered to Gods and demons. These canang sari are found everywhere on sidewalks, shrines, stores, and homes in Bali.
Traditional dances and plays are regularly performed for locals and visitors alike, to the accompanying sound of the gamelan orchestra. You will find the Balinese culture as a part of life everywhere on the island. It has found a center in Ubud, which, despite being one of the world’s most livable places, is still run according to traditional village principles. Here, rituals, traditional medicine, and magic are still a part of everyday life. Those wishing to explore their spiritual side can find meditation programs and yoga classes that will help them achieve inner peace.
Bali Package Tours with Amazing Watersports & Adventurous Trekking
Watersports in Bali is amazing. World-class scuba diving and snorkeling is available in a number of locations around the island, from the protected natural reserves of Menjangan Island, to the shipwreck of the USS Liberty at Tulamben, to the more challenging waters of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and foremost Nusa Penida, where manta rays and the rare mola mola are sighted regularly. Surfers will be very happy with the wide range of waves Bali has to offer. Beginners can give the sport a try at the forgiving sandy beach breaks of Kuta, while the size and power of waves at Uluwatu, in the Bukit region, provide a challenge for even the most experienced surfers. Fans of trekking and mountain biking can take a trip up to the mountains around Kintamani or Munduk, exploring trails, waterfalls, and rice fields in cool comfort, or perhaps enjoying whitewater rafting on a range of rivers in the area with Bali Package Tours.
Nightlife, Food & Shopping with Bali Package Tours
The Southern region of Bali is perfect for partying all night and a home for hedonistic fun. Kuta is the center for visiting party animals, drawn by the hundreds of bars and nightclubs on offer.
The Seminyak area offers more great nightlife options, with famous bands and DJs performing regularly, as well as a host of dining choices run by the renowned international chefs who have made Bali their home. Bali is a paradise for anyone who loves food. The variety of restaurants and cuisines available is stunning. A tasty meal can cost as low as 2USD. Shopping is great. Every day until 8 pm (sometimes 10 pm), thousands of shops sell almost everything your heart desires. You can buy Souvenirs, decoration, food items and clothes from a range of boutiques that sell designer clothing designed by local and global designers. The cutting-edge fashion comes at reasonable prices and attracts travelers from all over the world.
Tit Bit: Bali,Indonesia is a place where Julia Roberts’s journey culminates in the film Eat, Pray, Love and where Cricketer Yuvaj Singh got engaged to his now-wife Hazel Keech.
7 Most Amazing Things To Do in Bali, Indonesia with Bali Package Tours
1. Kuta Beach in Bali, Indonesia
The most popular destination in Bali is Kuta Beach, where you can swim and surf, but you cannot miss Kelingking Beach, better known as the “dinosaur beach”. This is a beach with a cliff shaped like the T-Rex! You can walk down the edge of the cliff too while enjoying the beauty. Who knew blue came in so many shades? Try snorkeling at the serene Crystal Bay. A boat will take you to the spot where you would dive in, dressed in the gear. And in that azure water, you will find Nemo, Dora and many other ornamental fish. There will be a star, finger and mushroom-shaped corals, pink or orange, some swaying with the current and others fixed like rocks. And don’t worry, even non-swimmers can ace this!
2. Braid & Massage in Bali for Girls
You cannot leave Bali without getting these awesome Bali braids. Girls will come and braid your hair in this signature style as you sunbathe on the beach. Nothing relaxes you like an authentic Balinese spa. Maybe a red wine body rub, Balinese massage and, finally, a dip into a rose petal bath. Try your hand or foot at the fish spa where tiny fish will nibble your feet clean.
3. Try the most expensive Coffee in the world – Luwak Coffee in Bali
Remember the coffee Jack Nicholson kept raving about in The Bucket List? Kopi Luwak, one of the most expensive coffees in the world, is processed in Bali. Here’s how it’s made. It sounds icky, but if you gross out, you miss out! The civet cat, locally called”luwak”, lives in the forests that grow Arabica coffee trees. The animal has the ability to select the most delicious coffee beans. However, it cannot digest them and so the beans come out with its droppings. The enzymes in the luwak’s stomach however, have by then enhanced their flavor. The beans are collected, cleaned (thoroughly!) and processed further to give you the perfect cuppa.
4. Bali’s Tallest Statue of Visnu in the Making
The world’s tallest Vishnu statue is coming up in Bali. Standing at 120m, the copper-and-brass structure will be nearly 30m taller than the Statue of Liberty and is expected to be ready this year. The statue is being built in parts to be assembled later and the torso of Vishnu and the head of his mount Garuda (left) are already on display. Garuda Wisnu Kencana, the complex that will house the statue, is 263m above sea level and so offers a bird’s-eye view of the city. The culture of Bali is unique as Hinduism had spread to the island centuries ago. The island is full of people named Kartika, Dewi and Rama. Balinese dances narrate the Ramayana, their temples house idols of Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva; they greet you with “Om Swastiastu” a Sanskrit prayer for happiness and prosperity. Why, even the country’s national airline is called Garuda Indonesia, named after Lord Vishnu’s mount.
5. Shopping in Bali
Choose an area of interest and Bali will have-not a shop but a whole village full of artisans making it. Each village in Bali pursues a chosen profession. So there are villages renowned for gold and silver jewelry woodwork, handicraft and batik. The batik-style of dyeing originated in Indonesia, so you’ll get it everywhere. Pick up some nice batik sarongs from the flea market and dresses from big brands like Batik Keris. Ubud is the shopping district where you’ll get high-end clothes and art as well as I love Bali ‘ fridge magnets.
6. Watch the Epic Show of Ramayana in Bali
You’ve watched Ramlila and you’ve watched jatra, now watch the Ramayana in kecak style. Nearly 100 people perform this dance as well as provide the music in an a cappella-like version. More than real lyrics, they create the ambiance of a scene with sounds-joyful when Sita describes the golden deer, horrific when Ravana abducts her and inspiring when Rama vanquishes the villain. The open-air dance takes place against the backdrop of the setting sun at Uluwatu, a temple for lord Rudra.
7. Bali’s Tanah Lot Temple in the Sea
Tanah Lot is a temple in the sea. Dedicated to the lord of the sea, Varuna, it is stationed on a rock formation. Try to be there at sunset when it looks like the sun sets in the temple itself.
A Short Info on Bali Tourism:
Tourist visa: On arrival
Exchange rate: Rs1 = Rp 210 (Indonesian Rupiah)
Best time to visit Bali: April to October
So if you want to visit this amazing destination with your friends, family, life partner or even alone, then contact us now to know more about our Bali Package Tours. We also arrange Bali Honeymoon Packages for couples who wish to make their special moments the best moment of their life.