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About Bali

Bali is an island province located in the state of Indonesia. Bali is also internationally known as a tourist island is often visited by tourists from abroad especially for the people of Japan, people Australia, the American people. Also Bali is also known as gods by the inhabitants of the island of Indonesia. Bali’s population […]

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Booking Bali Hai Cruises Ramai at Christmas 2009 and New Year 2010

As reported previously, booking for a cruise tour package with Quicksilver Cruises Bali to Nusa Penida is very busy for the month of December until early January. And what about a cruise to Nusa Lembongan? Reservations are accepted from our team, booking with Bali Hai Cruises has also increased sharply. Travelers who do not get […]

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Consulates in Bali

FULL CONSULATES Consulate General of Australia Jl. M. Yamin 4, Renon Denpasar – Bali 80226 Indonesia TEL: +62-361-235092; FAX: +62-361-231990; Email: ausconbali@denpasar.wasantara.net.id Consulate of Japan Jl. Raya Puputan 170, Renon Denpasar – Bali 80235 Indonesia TEL: +62-361-227628; FAX: +62-361-265066; Email: konjpdps@indo.net.id HONORARY AND VICE CONSULATES AND CONSULAR AGENCIES Austria — See Switzerland Honorary Consulate of […]

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Government Tourism Offices

The following government tourism offices can provide assistance and information in their respective areas: BALI (PROVINCIAL) TOURISM AUTHORITY Jl. S. Parman, Renon Denpasar – Bali 80235 Indonesia TEL: +62-361-226313; FAX: +62-361-222387; Email: promotion@balitourismauthority.net BADUNG REGENCY TOURISM OFFICE Jl. Raya Kuta 2 Denpasar – Bali Indonesia TEL: +62-361-756175; FAX: +62-361-756176; Email: diparda@badung.co.id BANGLI REGENCY TOURISM OFFICE […]

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Immigration and Visas

PASSPORTS AND OTHER DOCUMENTATION Your passport must be valid for at least six months from your date of arrival or you may be denied admission.  If arriving on a tourist visa, you must also show proof of onward journey in the form of a return or through ticket. VISAS Non-extendable visa-free entry to Indonesia for 30 days is available […]

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Maps

  Bali 169 kb Denpasar 211 kb Tabanan 110 kb Lovina 72 kb Ubud 86 kb Sanur 96 kb Nusa Dua 63 kb Kuta 89 kb

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Miscellaneous Tips

CURRENCY AND BANKING The local currency is the Indonesian rupiah (‘Rp’ or ‘IDR’). There are Rp100, Rp500, and Rp1,000 coins and Rp1,000, Rp5,000, Rp10,000, Rp20,000, Rp50,000, and Rp100,000 paper notes.  Compare the exchange rates on offer before changing money at money changers or banks.  Although banks may offer an added measure of professionalism and security, it’s not uncommon for […]

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Bali Crisis and Information Center

As we all are aware of the unprecedented disaster in South Asia and particularly in Aceh, Nias and its surrounding, we are pleased to inform you that on December 27, 2004 Bali Tourism Community comprising of all Tourism Associations, stakeholders and Bali Government Tourism Dept. in an emergency meeting resolved to form a BALI CRISIS […]

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Bali: An Overview

Bali is an island of incredible mystery, beauty, enchantment, culture, hospitality, variety, and serenity; who wouldn’t fall under its irresistible spell? Bali’s spectacular beaches, volcanoes, lakes, temples, and terraced rice fields — combined with its deeply artistic roots and its legendary hospitality — have made it one of the most visited places on earth. The religion and culture of Bali […]

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Geography

Located 8 degrees south of the equator in the midst of the 8,000 islands of the Indonesian archipelago, Bali measures approximately 140 km by 80 km and has an area of 5,620 square kilometers. Immediately east of Java, Bali is the first of the Sunda Islands. Its mountain range consists mostly of dormant and active […]

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Balinese Life

The strong cultural identity of Bali is based on a combination of closely related elements that include its unique religion, its language, its castes, its community life, and its art. Although the official language is Indonesian, Balinese remains the everyday language of the people of the island. The ancient caste system — still alive but no longer of any official […]

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History

It is believed that Bali’s first inhabitants came from China at the beginning of the Iron Age, around 3,000 BC. Some Buddhist inscriptions date from the 9th century AD; it was only in the 11th century that Hindu influence from Java began to make its mark on the island. The 13th century saw the emergence […]

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