Bali Tourism Board 2023 Bali Tour Packages And Activities



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Tourism Board 2023 Best Things To Do In The Island Of Bali based on Tour Packages and Activities

Bali tour package and activities on tourism board 2023 we make it easier for you to plan a vacation on the island of Bali, as for programs that we make from 2 days of tours to 7 days of tour programs at quite affordable prices. We know that planning a vacation is not easy, from choosing a place to stay, choosing a tourist attraction to be visited every day.

Here we make it easier by making a tour program and activities ticket, so you can choose according to the length of your vacation on the island of Bali.

The Bali Tour Packages and activities that we made has gone through a survey process and based on objects and tours that are often chosen by tourists during vacation on the island of Bali.

The price of each tour we offer is very affordable, you don't need to pay a lot of money for holidays, here the packages are very cheap. In addition to tour packages we also provide custom tour services and activities ticket namely tour packages where tourist attractions will be visited according to your wishes.

One Day Tour
USD 36.00 / Group

Special price if use our service
more than two days

Bali Geography

Among 17,500 islands across the Indonesian archipelago, Bali is one of the 33 provinces of the Republic of Indonesia, the largest archipelagic country in the world, made up of 2,000,000 km2 of land with a chain of islands stretching over 500,000 km from Sumatra to Papua, and covers territorial waters of more than 5,000,000 km2.

Situated between Java and Lombok, the island of Bali is located 8 to 9 degrees south of the equator with the Java Sea to the north, the Indian Ocean to the south. Bali’s covers an area of 5,636 km2 or 0.29% of Indonesia, measuring just 90km long the north-south axis and less than about 140km from west to east.

Divided into three areas of water, the North Bali Sea is about 3,168km2, the East about 3.350km2, and the West about 2,982km2. Bali Sea covers an area of 9,500km2. The North Bali sea runs along the coastline of Buleleng, the East Bali Sea runs along the coastline of Karangasem, Klungkung and Gianyar, and the West Bali Sea include the coastline of Badung Tabanan and Jembrana.

People And Life Style

Bali’s population of over 3,000,000 souls spread over the whole island, including those in the smaller islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan, Serangan and Menjangan Island. The overwhelming majority of Balinese are Hindus, with the increasing number on non-Hindu migrating from the closest neighboring islands of Java and Lombok.

The coastal areas in the south are the most populous area with over 370,000 people living in various professions in the capital of Denpasar. Farming has been the primary way of living in Balinese life. Where else fishing, trading and craftsmanship are also in fashion from generation to generation. Yet with the fast growing of tourism since past few decades, young people start to build up a new touch in their living culture.

Life in Bali is very communal under the organization of villages. Temple ceremonies, marriage, cremation, farming and even the creative art festivals are decided by the local community institution called “Banjar”. The responsibilities in the day-to-day life are normally administered by both the Banjar and the government.

The local government mostly responsible for schools, health clinics, hospitals and roads, and Banjar is responsible for all other aspects of life. There is another association exists in the banjar named “Subak” that concerns to the production of rice and organizes the complex irrigation system.

Every family who owns a rice field must be a member of their local Subak, which then ensures that every member gets his fair distribution of water. A banjar consists of an average of 50 to 150 family members, owning a meeting venue called the Bale Banjar, which is used for regular gatherings and a center for local gamelan orchestras and drama groups.

How To Get To Bali Indonesia

With the increasing number of direct flight to Bali from some other parts of the world, it makes it easier to go to Bali. From Bali, flight to Jakarta is about 1.5 hours, to Singapore and Perth (Australia) 2.5 and 3 hours, to Hong Kong about 4.5 hours, and to Sydney/Melbourne about 5.5 to 6 hours, with various airlines offering their services. Please check at “airline info” for more information about flight schedules.

Just make sure you look for “Denpasar (DPS)” instead of “Bali” in airline time tables. It is the capital of Bali. Or you can check your “Travel Agents” for more travel arrangements and accommodation.

Transportation In Bali

The most common way of long-distance traveling for the locals is either by bus or driving a car. Travel agents will gladly help you in reaching your destination. If you have an international license and have no problem with driving on the left lane, car rentals are also available in big cities. But if you’re just traveling in a major city, you can always hail a cab.

Train services are also available throughout Java island and most part of Sumatra island. These trains range from the major cities’ express class (medium fare, air-conditioned, comfy seating, with occasional inride movies, and possibility of sitting next to a gorgeous woman or handsome man) to rural areas’ economy class (outrageously low fare, wind-blowing through the open windows, parallel seating, and possibility of sitting next to a pack of chickens.) You can buy tickets directly at the station. But you can also reserve it in some major stations or travel agents.

In most rural areas, the locals provide a negotiable fee-based transportation service. Meaning, the cost depends on the distance and your haggling ability. So, it pays to learn Bahasa Indonesia.

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