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Bali is a beautiful island by itself which is now a popular tourist destination. The island takes pride in its amazing attractions, places to visit and things to do, that is has been named as the world’s top destination. Tour operators take great efforts to combine interesting and thrilling excursions so that visitors will enjoy every moment of their Bali Tour.
Visiting the temple in Bali is a must on every itinerary. The architecture of the temples is outstanding and its locations are phenomenal. The Tanah Lot Temple is situated in the sea and its magnificence is enhanced by the scenic beauty of the ocean. This ancient Hindu temple is situated on top of a rock. Similarly, all the temples in Bali have its own uniqueness, and the visit will be memorable.
One of the main attractions of Bali is its outstanding beaches. Some writers call it a living postcard because of its charming and quaint beauty. It seems like a fantasy in an Indonesian paradise. The “3 Ss” in tourism – Sun, Sand and Sea is of great significance in Bali. Soaking up in the sun with a dip in the crystal clear blue waters, sipping a cold drink couldn’t be more than what you can ask for. Some of the popular beaches are Jimbaran, Kuta and Seminyak. Tour itineraries will include much more interesting destinations on a Bali tour.
Some of the other popular places of interest and ‘things to do are’ the Ubud Monkey Forest, making a visit to the rice fields is always a good idea. A trek to one of the famous mountains is ideal for the adventure loving tourist. Going on a Bali Safari, trying out some white water rafting, experiencing the thrilling nightlife and so much more is compiled into these elaborate itineraries offered by Tour & Travel companies.

What documents one must carry while visiting Bali?

Of course, you need a valid Passport at least 6-months validity and no criminal record.

What sort of climate can I find in Bali?

Tropical Climate but you can enjoy the daylight sunset

Do I need to apply for visa to visit Bali or is it visa on arrival?

Malaysian not required a visa to visit Indonesia- Bali

How can I reach Bali from Malaysia?

By flight Only. Frequent flight daily route Air Asia, Malindo and Malaysian Airlines