Madness, serenity and adventure can all be experienced in the island of Bali, Indonesia. Facilities are easily available for every kind of crowd, which makes it easy for tourists. Land at the airport of Denpasar and your bound for a memorable experience.
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Bargaining is the number one skill you will develop as each product or service are bound to be overpriced, unless you are in the strip of the towering hotels in Nusa Dua. This place is lined up with extensive chain hotels (Westin, Nikko, Hyatt etc.) along the surfing coastline. The rest of the island can be filled with backpackers, mostly friendly Aussies.
Kuta is the most populated locality in the region. Unending lines of kiosks and shops are found here. Not even the best shopaholic can finish all the piled up shops in 3 days. Surfing stores, clothes shop, local products are bountiful. Nightlife is open 7 nights a week and no one is allowed to be bored. Head to Ubud for less folly experience. Indonesian culture is more visible here but do not leave your bargaining skills. Maybe it’s part of the culture. The elephant safari and the monkey temple are worth visiting. Head up north to the unusual rice terraces and go more north to the fascinating view of an active volcano beside a serene lake. Temples are also an attraction. The mother temple is located near the volcano and the best sunset on island is at the temple of Tahna Lot.