Bali’s Top Destinations

Choose Your Area to Explore

With its miles of beaches, lush jungle, terraced rice fields, and sacred temples, Bali offers endless options to fill your itinerary. Look beyond the well-known destinations and uncover the island’s hidden gems perfectly suited to your interests.

Whether you desire relaxation, nature, culture or excitement, Bali has a region that matches your travel style. Let our area guides point you to the top sights, activities, accommodations and dining in each part of the island. Discover where your Bali journey should begin!




Kuta & Legian




Nusa Dua & Tanjung Benoa

Uluwatu & Bukit Peninsula


Where is Bali?

Bali is an island province of Indonesia located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Read more.

Do I need Visa to go to Bali?

Yes, most foreign nationals need a visa to travel to Bali, Indonesia. The main options are a 30-day tourist visa on arrival or a 60-day business visa that can be extended up to 6 months in total. Read more.

Is there any do's and don'ts while in Bali that I should be aware of?

In Bali, it’s important to respect local customs such as dressing modestly, particularly when visiting temples, and it’s considered rude to touch someone’s head or point with your finger. Also, always use your right hand for giving or receiving items, as the left is considered impure.

What about the weather in Bali? When is the best time to visit Bali?

The best time to visit Bali is during the dry season from April to October, when there is warm, sunny weather ideal for beach activities; however, this is also the peak tourist season when prices are higher. Read More Here.

What is "Bali Belly"?

Bali belly is a form of traveler’s diarrhea that affects visitors to Bali, Indonesia. It is caused by ingesting contaminated food or water and results in stomach cramps, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Read More Here.

Do I need travel insurance while in Bali?

Travel insurance is highly recommended for trips to Bali to cover potential medical emergencies, trip cancellations, lost luggage, and other unforeseen expenses. Comprehensive policies provide valuable financial protection in case you need medical treatment or have to cut your vacation short. Read More Here.

What is the currency in Bali?

The currency used in Bali is the Indonesian rupiah (IDR). Read More Here.

What is the type of power plug used in Bali?

Bali uses Type C and Type F power plugs, which have two round pins like those used in Europe. Travelers from countries that use different plug types like Australia, the US, and the UK will need a plug adapter in order to use their electronic devices in Bali. The standard voltage in Bali is 230V at 50Hz. Read More Here.

Can you travel to Bali if not vaccinated?

Yes, As of June 9, 2023, the Indonesian government no longer requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry to Bali or elsewhere in Indonesia. This applies to both international travelers and domestic travelers within Indonesia.