Bali

A friendly and remarkably artistic people, living amid breathtaking panoramas, have created dynamic society with unique arts and ceremonies. Making Bali an island almost unreal in today's hectic and changing world. Terrace ricefields dominate the landscape, with rivers and small irrigation streams disecting a luscious green landscape, filling the air with enchanting sounds of running water.

The Balinese have been more exposed to international tourists and generally speak more English than people in other parts of the Indonesian archipelago. They have managed to preserve their culture despite overwhelming foreign influences brought to the region by an ever increasing number of tourist. Bali's international airport, Ngurah Rai, is in the South of the island and is served by numerous international airlines and charters. In order to keep up with the growing number of visitors and the need for their comfort, more hotels have been built, ranging from small bungalows for budget travellers to the luxurious Nusa Dua tourist resort area, near the airport, on the Southern tip of the island. Water sports have naturally gained in popularity and Bali offers superb surfing, windsurfing, sailing, scuba diving and white water rafting.

Bali Santai Beach Club

Set in the beautiful Bali resort of Candi Dasa, just five minutes stroll from the centre, lies the Bali Shangrila Beach Club a haven of rest and relaxation.

Candi Dasa is a small established coastal resort approximately more.

Bali Mystique

Bali Mystique Hotel and Apartments are well located in the heart of the exclusive Petitenget, Seminyak Tourist Precinct.

300 metres to the Famous Petitenget Hindu Temple and Petitenget white sandy beach and fantastic suns more.


Bali Palms Resort

Bali Palms Resort is located right on the Candi Dasa beachfront with breathtaking views of the sea, islands and mountain backdrops.

The strategic location of the resort ensures that guests can quickly and ea more.