Bali is an Indonesian province and one of the 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago. Bali is considered a synonym for paradise. It’s mostly because of exotic beaches, culture, and tradition, rice paddies, and temples. However, the landscapes of Bali have a lot more to offer like lush green mountains, barren volcanic hillsides, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and the most beautiful views of the seas.
The Balinese culture is well-renowned across the world. It’s a hub spot for various art forms such as – painting, sculptures, handicrafts, woodcarvings, and performing arts. The Balinese art forms are innovative, diverse and an absolute delight to experience. If anything, when in Bali, you should definitely watch at least of the many Balinese dance forms like Pendet, Legong, Topeng, Baris, Barong, Kecak, and Gong Keybar. Various locations across Bali are always hosting paid performances at temple festivals, and public shows. Alongside, one should spend as much time possible exploring the local delicacies, because they’re one of a kind!
Apart from that, Bali has a rich history that dates back centuries and is infused with a form of Hinduism called Agama Hindu Dharma. Therefore, you witness countless beautiful temples and Hinduism-inspired architecture across this nature-oriented island. Bali is also a part of the Coral Triangle, therefore one can explore prime marine life and reef-building coral species.