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 Bali (Indonesia)

Bali is an Indonesian island located at the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33.0 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking and music.The islands varied landscape of hills and mountains, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches, lush rice terraces and barren volcanic hillsides provide a picturesque backdrop to the colourful and deeply spiritual culture of this 'Island of The Gods'.
Quick facts

  • Visa process:

    Fee: Rs.3000/-

    Documents Required:

    1. 1 Visa application form duly filled
    2. 2 Recent passport size colour photographs with red background
    3. Covering letter from the applicant on company's letter head stating his name, designation, purpose and duration of visit.
    4. Hotel confirmation & Tour Itinerary.
    5. Foreign Exchange (Minimum 1000/- USD ) duly endorsed / Copy of Credit Card.
    6. Confirmed return Air Ticket.

  • Voltage: 220V

  • Time zone: WIB (UTC+7)

  • ISD code: +62

  • Currency: Indonesia rupee(IDR) 1Indian rupee(INR) is approximately 237.163 Indonesia rupee(IDR).

  • When to visit:

    December is best time to visit Bali.

  • Distance from Bali to
    For a list of distances from Bali to various cities click here.
    Entertainment & Night Life:

  • Museum and Hill Stations:

    Agung Rai Museum of Art: Agung Rai Museum of Art in Bali is also famously called ARMA museum in Bali and is one of the great tourist attractions in Bali. The museum spreads over a beautiful stretch of six hectares. It exhibits fabulous paintings and organizes stage presentations for a variety of superior art forms to infuse in the future generation the significant elements of the art and culture of Bali. The museum comes inclusive with an arts library and book gallery.

    Museum Negeri Propinsi: The Museum Negeri Propinsi in Bali is the Provincial State Museum of the province.The buildings of the Museum Negeri Propinsi in Bali in Indonesia is encompassed by lush green courtyards with tropical plants and dotted with colorful flowers.

    Museum Puri Lukisan: Museum Puri Lukisan in Bali has the collection of developing art and paintings which were developed at the time of the Pita Maha.

    Museum Semarajaya: Museum Semarajaya in Bali displays the collection of great artifacts and antique items which exemplify the rich historical past of Bali. Due to the prominence of this museum, the museum also finds its mention in the Bali Travel Guide. You can also find the paintings of great artistes and painters displayed here.

    Neka Museum: Neka Museum in Bali are the Arie Smit Pavilion that consists of paintings of the famous Arie Smit and also works of other young painters and modern arts.


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