Posted October 4, 2017No comments | Far East


Looking for a slice of paradise? Bali is exactly that. Whether you come to relax, explore or party ‘til dawn, the ‘Island of the Gods’ has no end of beaches, nature reserves and landmarks to discover. From the idyllic stretches of golden coastline to the picturesque mountains, volcanoes and hillside temples, there’s always more to explore. Holidays to Bali are as relaxing or adrenaline-fuelled as you make them.


Things to see & do

Tanah Lot Temple – As among Bali’s most important sea temples, Tanah Lot pays homage to the guardian spirits of the sea.

Uluwatu Temple

Uluwatu Temple – Uluwatu is among the Bali’s most important sea temples, perched on a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula.

Ubud Monkey Forest –One of Bali’s several grey long-tailed macaque-inhabited forests and perhaps the best known

Kintamani and Mount Batur – A favourite stopover on tour itineraries to this region is Penelokan, which aptly means ‘scenic stopover’.

Bali Safari and Marine Park – The park is home to over 60 species, all roaming freely within their enclosures built to closely mimic their natural habitats.

Benoa Beach Nusa Dua – Indulge yourself in water sports or relax and enjoy the serenity of the pristine beach


Bali is the best place to shop with every conceivable item readily available. This is an excellent place to buy an incredible variety of souvenirs, arts and crafts, clothes, batik, and woodcarvings. Street vendors line kilometers worth of roads. Prices are often ridiculously high and you are required to use all your bargaining skills.


Nasi goreng (fried rice), mie goreng (fried noodles) and gado-gado (vegetables topped with peanut sauce and sliced boiled egg) are some of the typical Indonesian dishes. Fish is one of the favorite food items and various types of fish feature prominently in the diet. Seafood is found in abundance and has great variety such as lobster, oyster, prawns, shrimp, squid, crab, etc. Some of the major fruits found in Indonesia are jackfruit, durian, starfruit, papaya, pineapple and mango.

When to go?

Bali is a fantastic year round destination but the busy seasons are the summer months (Jul-Aug) and Christmas holidays. The temperature is consistent year round but slightly higher during the dry season which is April to September, January to March is the rainy season with high temperatures and tropical showers.


Indonesia is one of those countries in the world where the Indian passport can get a visa on arrival. … Generally, all VOA into Indonesia are valid for one month only. However, if you wish to stay longer, you have to let the immigration official know that you will need to extend the visa.


: Indonesian & Balinese


: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)

Whether you’re discovering the island solo, bringing along the family or visiting on honeymoon, Bali is the perfect place to escape the everyday. Give us a call at Big Time Holiday and book your vacation.