The Indonesian island of Bali is a tourist haven which is located between Java in the west and Lombok in the east. Visitors love the island of Bali with villas for rent, well priced travel options, great little eateries and friendly people. Bali’s capital city of Denpasar is situated in the island’s south and this is where air travellers arrive and leave the island. Bali is such a popular holiday destination because of its natural beauty mixed with tradition, spirituality and modern influences. It’s renowned for the array of arts, including dance, sculpture, music, painting, leather work and metal work. There are Bali villas for rent all over the island, making the option of holidaying in this tropical paradise even more appealing. The Balinese people number nearly four million. They are proud of their beautiful island and enjoy sharing its delights with the many visitors who travel there every year.
Once you have selected one of the many Bali villas for rent, you will be wondering what to do with your time cho thuê biệt thự Vinhomes Riverside. A holiday in Bali offers a wide range of local attractions, as well as the opportunity to relax and unwind now that you are finally out the rat race. You can spend time in nature, enjoying the sun, surf, hills, streams and rivers or visit some of the island’s gorgeous temples for some spiritual enlightenment. Opportunities to enjoy culture and history abound in Bali and, of course, there is the usual array of shopping, nightlife and eateries.
Young and old love spending time on the beach in Bali. The beaches are great for sunbathing, swimming, surfing and other water sports. Some of the well known beaches include Canggu, Braw and Pererenan. A variety of water sports such as water skiing and parasailing can be found in the Tanjung Benoa area of Bali. Sea cruises to Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan are also popular, as is snorkelling and scuba diving on the colourful reefs just off shore.
Wherever you stay in Bali villas for rent, you will be close to Bali’s naturally beautiful scenery, including some interesting wildlife. Nature lovers will enjoy the Bali Bird Park in Gianyar where you can see bird life from all around the world. You can get up close and personal with elephants in Bali too. The Elephant Safari Park in the jungle of Desa Taro gives you the opportunity to feed the elephants, touch them and interact with them.
For those who are really adventurous, try a water rafting excursion down the Ayung River rapids where you can get a glimpse of real Balinese life as you pass rural villages, jungles and waterfalls.
Make sure you see a little bit of everything that Bali has to offer – and if you run out of time to experience it all, there’s always next time.