This Indonesian island sits just off the coast of North Australia, which is why its popular with backpackers traveling Australia to visit Bali.
It’s warm and inviting beaches are reason enough to visit this gorgeous country, no wonder it’s so high on the gap year recommended list! A 30 day free visa is available for UK citizens, this has only been introduced recently so thumbs up for that! For a small island, there is a huge diversity, in terms of the differences between towns.
We will start the comparisons of Kuta and Seminyak, only 15 minutes apart from each other in a cab (which will be extremely cheap!) Kuta is a very busy town, full of bars, restaurants and markets; it is one of Bali’s less aesthetically pleasing towns. A nightclub that has to be mentioned, and is worth a visit, is Sky Garden, which is all you can eat and drink for just £5 (yes you did hear right, it’s hard to believe, but it really is that cheap).
Where to go in Bali for holidays?
Bali, an Indonesian island between Australia and Thailand, is known for its tropical beaches and green volcanic mountains. The island boasts huge forests, coral reefs and iconic rice paddies and is a top destination. If you’re looking into Bali holidays and where to go when you get there, the south side of the island is lively and perfect for tourists. Holidays to Bali are perfect for anyone looking to hang out on the beachside city of Kuta for its bars. Or if you were after Bali holidays that included resorts, Seminyak, Nusa Dua and Sanur are popular towns. The island is also known for its religious sites and if this interests you, Bali holidays can be booked to visit such beautiful buildings, like the cliffside Uluwatu Temple.
Bali holidays - when to go?
There are many different times throughout the year passengers can book holidays in Bali. The best time for holidays in Bali is between April and October as this is their dry season. Bali has two seasons, the rainy season and the dry season. These months are when there is little rain, lots of sun and low humidity. Throughout the year, the temperature can hover between the mid-80s to low 90s Fahrenheit. If you book Bali holidays out of this season it's still a good time to visit, as they are out of season it can save money. The best months are May, June and October during their wet season.
When wanting to jet off abroad, reading Bali holiday reviews will let you work out which resort you’d want to stay and where on the island you want to visit.
Are there Bali package holidays?
Some of the best Bali holidays to venture on are Bali all inclusive holidays. All inclusive holidays to Bali means everything is included in one package, and you don’t have to research, book or spend more money when you arrive - unless you want to. An all inclusive holiday tends to include flights, transfers to and from the airport and your hotel, accommodation. They also usually include meals and drinks at the hotel or resort you are staying at.
Can you book cheap holidays to Bali?
Cheap holidays to Bali can include all inclusive Bali holidays or you can purchase vacations for less by choosing to stay in smaller accommodations over large villas and resorts. It also depends on what you choose to do when on your Bali holiday, like exploring, sight-seeing and going to the beach will cost much less than eating out and spending the night time at the city bars.
Are there holidays to Singapore and Bali?
Virgin holidays for Bali offer vacations to both Singapore and Bali, whether they are holidays to Bali all inclusive or flights and accommodation only. Other airlines also include multi-location vacations for Bali Indonesian holidays and trips. But if you’re looking at Bali holidays for a cheap and cheerful price, you could look at where you fly from. Holidays to Bali from London airports may be more expensive than Manchester to Bali holidays.
What Bali family holidays are on offer?
If you’re booking a vacation for a family, package holidays to Bali may be the best option. You can take the kids on Bali beach holidays and show them the perfect sandy coastlines that are on offer. However, Bali holidays in September are usually cheaper as this is the start of the rainy season - even though it’s still a great time to go - but it’s important to bear in mind in the school holidays.
Bali, an Indonesian island between Australia and Thailand, is known for its tropical beaches and green volcanic mountains.
What about luxury Bali holidays?
The Indoneasian island offers luxurious vacations, and you can book them with most airlines, whether that’s Bali holidays with Thomson or British airways Bali holidays. If you’re searching during the rainy season, last-minute Bali holidays can offer a huge saving.
Booking Bali holidays - what to do?
When wanting to jet off abroad, reading Bali holiday reviews will let you work out which resort you’d want to stay and where on the island you want to visit. Previous holidaymaker experiences at various villas and hotels can offer insight into who holidays in Bali and where you should go.