Bali is an Indonesian Island known for its coral reefs, stunning beaches, live volcanoes, flourishing forests, serene landscapes, and iconic rice terraces. One of the most upcoming travel destinations in the world, Bali is simply beautiful and soul-soothing to the travellers. Today, many varieties of Bali Tour Packages allow the eager travelers to explore the breathtaking island. The most revered island of Indonesian archipelago, Bali is a simply fantastic holiday destination for you. Lay lazy on its pristine beaches, explore rich culture, visit its enchanting temples, pamper yourself with soothing spa therapies and renew yourself in the most unique way. Top Tours in Bali 1. Taman Ayun, Monkey Forest and Tanah Lot This half-day tour brings you closer to bits of the island’s nature, culture and history, with stops that include the ancient royal temple of Pura Taman Ayun, the Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest, and the most iconic sea temple in Bali: Tanah Lot Temple. The tour concludes in time for a memorable sunset over this temple’s silhouette against the rolling surf of the Indian Ocean. 2. Highlights of Bali Full-Day Tour: Denpasar City tour Enjoy a wonderful full day out to discover Bali's vibrant cultural heritage and scenic natural surroundings. This tour includes visits to traditional villages, coffee and clove plantation walks; panoramic outlooks over the Mount Batur volcano, and hilltop stops for coffee or tea with sweeping rice field panoramas 3. Ubud, Kintamani and Barong Dance Go on a full day of exploration to see Bali’s cultural and natural highlights. This tour includes a visit to the artistic town of Ubud, its neighbouring village that is home to Bali’s gold and silversmiths, and Batubulan to view the mythical Barong dance performance. Then, you’ll journey further north to marvel at the scenic Batur caldera lake. 4. Sunset Dinner Cruise: Bali Cruise, Benoa njoy a soothing cruise on board the Bali Hai catamaran, over the calm waters off Bali’s southern coast. Then, be served a delicious dinner while taking in the serene seascape as the sun sets over the distant harbour. Also complementing your dinner are an entertaining cabaret, live bands and small disco on the lower deck 5. Devdan Show: Nusa Bua This show takes you on a 90-minute journey through the Indonesian archipelago, showcasing the cultural diversity across the islands from Bali to Sumatra, and Borneo to Papua. Stunning lighting and visuals, intricately designed stage props, and well-rehearsed dance choreography complement its captivating story of adventure and discovery. The dancers, clad in dazzlingly themed costumes, perform everything from traditional and ethnic dances, to modern and groovy Hip-Hop moves. 6. Ubud Art Market The Ubud Art Market, locally referred to as 'Pasar Seni Ubud' is located opposite the the Puri Saren Royal Ubud Palace and is open daily. Here you can find beautiful silk scarves, lightweight shirts, handmade woven bags, baskets or hats; statues, kites and many other hand-crafted goods 7. Bali Safari and Marine Park Bali Safari & Marine Park is Bali’s largest animal theme park. The park is home to over 60 species, all roaming freely within their enclosures built to closely mimic their natural habitats. Bus safaris take visitors on tours 'around the world', and animal talent shows are held regularly. Aquariums holding exotic fish specimens are nearby. 8. Pura Tanah Lot About 20 kilometers northwest of Kuta, Pura Tanah Lot ("Pura" means temple in Balinese) is one of Bali's most iconic temples thanks to its spectacular seaside setting on a rocky islet surrounded by crashing waves. For the Balinese people, it is one of the most sacred of all the island's sea temples. From Tanah Lot, you can stroll along tropically landscaped pathways to beautiful Batu Bolong, another sea temple perched on a rock outcrop with an eroded causeway connecting it to the shore. When visiting any temples in Bali, be sure to dress respectfully, and wear a sarong and sash. Places to visit: • Pura Ulun Danu Bratan • Pura Luhur Uluwatu • Tanah Lot Temple • Uluwatu temple • Ubud Monkey Forest • Bali Safari and Marine Gianyar • Horse riding and sightseeing of Bali • Bali Bird Park • Elephant Safari • Full day kintamani tour • Hot Spring Volcano tour bali • Kuta Beach • Rain forest trekking • Hot Spring Tour • Buddhist Monastry • Ubud Art Market • Sanur Beach • Lovina Beach • Green Bowl Beach And lot more places to visit .. Know Before You Go on a Trip to Bali Interesting Facts About Bali: ● In contrast to the rest of Indonesia, a largely Muslim nation, the majority of Balinese people practice Hinduism ● The island features two volcanoes, both of which remain active ● Tourism in Bali represents around 80 percent of the island's economy ● According to the island's traditional pawukon calendar, each year has 210 days Shopping in Bali: The massive popularity of tourism in Bali has led to a large industry for traditional souvenirs and Western-style shopping on the island. You can buy an incredible range of summer clothing--both top brands and knockoffs--at beachside hotspots, particularly Kuta For more traditional souvenirs--such as delightfully intricate batik fabrics and distinctive topeng masks--visit markets like Beachwalk Shopping centre and go on the hunt for a bargain. Don't be afraid to haggle during your Bali holiday, as you'll likely be offered an inflated tourist price before working your way down to a better deal. Useful Bali Travel Tips: Climate of Bali Bali's tropical climate is, for the most part, quite consistent and predictable. No matter what time of year you plan your Bali holiday, expect hot, humid weather, with daily highs hovering around 32 C (90 F) and lows rarely dipping below 23 C (73 F). The dry season--between April and September--offers the best conditions for a trip to Bali, while the wet season runs from October to March and sees tropical deluges most days. If you need some respite from the heat, head to central towns like Ubud where the higher altitude creates a slightly cooler climate. Team Traveliin!