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Bali is one of the most famous of Indonesia’s “thousand islands”, with its sandy beaches, world-class surf spots and spectacular underwater views. A wealth of entertainment venues, restaurants, cafés and spas of all grades await vacationers. It is dotted with rural farmhouses, forest grasslands and deep emerald valleys full of rapids. There are two active volcanoes in the north, adding an air of mystery and natural extravagance. There are a number of elegant and exquisite villas hidden within the island, while the luxury beach resorts are a top choice among honeymooners.
Tanah Lot is one of Bali’s most important landmarks. Its unique offshore setting provides the perfect backdrop for sunset photos. Constructed in the 16th century to honor the Hindu sea god, Baruna, Tanah Lot is one of Bali's most-visited landmarks. The best time to admire Tanah Lot Temple is at sunset. At high tide the narrow connecting strip of land is submerged and the temple is cut off from land. Watch the sun spread across the Indian Ocean and marvel at the romantic look of Tanah Lot Temple with its glowing golden outline.
Kuta Beach is a great place for sunbathing and enjoying the surf. The beach is set in the crescent-shaped bay of Kuta. Both ends offer welcoming waters for paddlers and beginners. Stronger surf make the middle sections a paradise for professional wave-riders. When not enjoying the waves, you can find a variety of traditional Balinese handicrafts in the shops along the beach. In addition, there are many star-rated hotels, bars, clubs, and nightlife.
Jimbaran Beach is famous for its spectacular sunsets. The endless ocean seems to swallow the sun whole, before the horizon glows with twilight’s embers. The transience of day’s journey into night is magical. In addition to the famous seascapes, the open-air seafood stalls are a major attraction. Enjoy a candlelit seafood dinner while admiring the sunset. Then walk once more along this beachfront paradise.
Lembongan Island is located southeast of Bali. The island gets its name from the deep blue waters that surround it. Away from the hustle and bustle of Bali, Lembongan Island offers a quiet, beautiful bay and a peaceful countryside. Enjoy a day at the beach while you lounge in one of the many beach chairs. You can also visit the cafes, restaurants, and bars to enjoy fine food and drink. It's a completely relaxing destination.