Flights to Bali – A colorful island and a treasure trove for travelers
Bali’s rich and colorful culture is visible as soon as a traveler lands on the beautiful island. The island is unique in comparison to the rest of Indonesia. It is the only island that follows Balinese Hinduism, whereas majority of Indonesia follows Islam. Bali's festive celebrations are a treat to watch. These celebrations offer a chance for tourists to know more about the island’s rich heritage in a delightful way. The exquisite island is a treat for tourists. There are so many things to explore and see in Bali, all a visitor has to do is to book low-cost Bali plane tickets. The culture and age-old tradition will intrigue tourists, but the outdoor scenic beauty is also not far behind and draws travelers from around the world. The island hailed for its varied topography like volcanoes, dense tropical forests and white sand beaches. The shallow blue sea water allures swimmers and divers to explore the underwater world.
Don’t just stick to the beautiful outdoor locations, stroll the streets of Kuta or enjoy a night out in Seminyak and don’t hesitate to enjoy street food at a street side food stall in Kerobokan. Away from crowded cities, Bukit Peninsula offers a serene getaway for a perfect Bali vacation. Tourists looking for a memorable and affordable escape, cheap flights to Bali are a great way to go and enjoy an unforgettable trip to the charming island.
Mount Batur is a trekker’s paradise. A trek to the mount is a dream of every avid traveler visiting Bali. The mountain summit attracts hundreds of visitors to hike 1,700 meters up to the top to witness the majestic sunrise. The early sunrise scene from the mount top is jaw-dropping with mist-clad mountains, scenic views of Batur caldera, Lake Batur and encircling mountains. A trip to the mountain makes the day an unforgettable moment that can be cherished for a lifetime. To reach the Mount Batur location, a traveler has to take a one-hour drive from Ubud. The hike takes 2 to 3 hours and is a treat for the eyes.
Uluwatu Temple is an architectural marvel best known for its sea clifftop setting on which the temple is built. It is one of the oldest temples in Bali and dates back to the 10th century. In Balinese culture, it is believed that the temple protects the island from evil sea spirits. The best time to visit the temple is during the sunset. During dusk the sea and sky glows, which offer a spectacular view of the temple. The breathtaking temple is 25 km away from Kuta City. Tourists can book cheap tickets to Bali to know about the rich history of the numerous ancient temples of Bali.
Tegalalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Fields
The island of Bali is adored for its green rice terrace fields. Most tourists travel to Bali in search of these beautiful verdant rice terrace fields, which they see on brochures promoting Bali tourism. Tourists looking for these emerald-hued paddy fields can take a 30-minute drive from Ubud to reach the famous Jatiluwih rice terraces. Nestled in the foothills of the Batukaru mountain range, the 600 acres of rice fields offer a serene and quiet getaway. These lush green rice fields are a great place to breathe fresh air and take a stroll contemplating the surrounding beauty.
Ubud Monkey Forest
Ubud Monkey Forest evokes a feeling of a mystical place. The paved pathways pass through the thick forest of banyan, nutmeg trees and ancient statues draped in moss and temples covered with foliage giving the place a magical ambiance. The forest is one of the best places to visit especially for those who love to do photography. The forest is home to long-tailed macaques and these monkeys roam freely in the jungles. To know about the Ubud forest fly to Bali for a surreal experience.