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Bali is full of unbelievably green rice terraces and dramatic volcanoes, ancient Hindu temples and spiritual vibes, traditional dances and the friendliest people. Visit serene Ubud, Bali’s cultural capital, and spend a few days among the cafes, art galleries and street vendors losing yourself in the magic of this spectacular island.

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Independent Package Singapore & Bali Adventure
Singapore's cityscape & garden landscapes & culture-rich Ubud, Bali; with flights, hotels & city tours included plus optional Nusa Dua Beach extension
from $2099 w/ Flights 10 days
per person, double occupancy*
Independent Package Singapore, Hong Kong & Bali Adventure
Ancient temples & modern skylines; explore independently with flights, hotels & city tours included plus optional Nusa Dua Beach extension
from $2999 w/ Flights 14 days
per person, double occupancy*

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Highlights

  1. Taman Ayun Temple

    A temple whose name literally means "beautiful garden', the Taman Ayun Temple is known as one of the most attractive temples in Bali. The compound that this grand temple sits on is surrounded by lush, manicured gardens including a moat, fountains, canals and ornate wooden gates. Located in the village of Mengwi, this UNESCO World Heritage site was constructed in 1634 to serve as the Royal family’s temple of the Mengwi dynasty. The odalan of the Taman Ayun Temple occurs every 210 days. This religious ceremony spans out over several days, and is the only time that the third courtyard in the complex, jaba jero, is accessible. 
  2. Ubud

    The sprawling green town of Ubud is situated in the uplands of central Bali. This quaint town is comprised of fourteen different villages, each run by its own committee. Ubud is popularly known as an arts and crafts hub, as well as the cultural center of Bali. With a population of around 30,000 people, this town is home to vibrant rainforests, terraced rice paddies, and countless Hindu temples and shrines. Home to one of Bali's royal families, this cultural town is famous for its arts and crafts. In fact, much of Ubud consists of artisans' workshops as well as art galleries. Some of the world's most well-known artisans have visited the area, and a handful have also worked here!
  3. Mount Agung

    Also known as Gunung Agung, Mount Agung is a currently-active volcano in Bali. Standing at nearly 10,000 ft. high (9,944 ft.), the volcano is the highest point on the island. Although Mount Agung is still active, there has not been recent activity as of 2018 when the mountain produced large ash clouds that ascended in the air over 400 meters high, which caused an evacuation of the area. Mount Agung is known for one of the largest volcanic eruptions of the 20th century, occurring in the mid-1960s. The towering volcano is responsible for influencing the area's climate, specifically its rainfall patterns.
  4. Rice terraces

    Although Bali is known for many things, nothing compares to its iconic rice terraces. The area surrounding Jatiluwih is home to some of Bali's most beautiful terraces, known world-wide for their exotic appearances. These rice fields are spread out over 1,400 acres below the Batukaru mountain range. The rice terraces, here as well as throughout Bali, are cared for and maintained by an irrigation system that allows rice harvests up to four times every year. The irrigation system, known as 'subak', dates back to the 9th century and is still used today. 

Fast Facts

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Overview

Capital: Denpasar
Population:  4.225 million
Currency: Indonesian rupiah (IDR)
Languages: Balinese
Drives on the: Left
Time zone: WITA (UTC +8)

Entry requirements

You will need a passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of your arrival in Indonesia. Your passport must also have two blank pages, not including endorsement pages.

U.S. passport holders may apply for visa exemption. This is a stamp you receive in your passport when you arrive at the airport. There is no fee. If your purpose of travel is purely for tourism and you are certain that you will depart after 30 days, consider requesting Visa Exemption. U.S. citizens who enter Indonesia under Visa Exemption must depart after 30 days; no extension is allowed and no adjustment to another visa status is permitted.  See the U.S. Dept. of State website for more information.

If you do not hold a U.S. passport, please see the entry requirements.

More information about passport, visa & entry requirements.

Health Precautions & Vaccinations

Malaria risk is low in the tourist areas of Ubud and other resort areas of Bali. Check the links below for the most up-to-date health precautions.

Center for Disease Control
World Health Organization

Weather

Bali's dry season occurs between April and October, with heat and humidity indexes still high. Monsoon season is between November and March with January and February being the wettest months.

Tipping

10% in restaurants, Rp 500 per bag for porters

Money & Credit Cards

Always notify your bank prior to departure to avoid any problems using your credit or debit card abroad.

Shopping

Shop for the Indonesian textile batik, gold, silver, leather crafts, baskets, cloth, porcelain, tin art objects, wood, ikat, masks, coffee, tea and honey. Be prepared to bargain for everything! Start low and expect to meet the seller at least halfway. Some of the best places in Bali to shop are the Ubud Art Market, Sukawati Art Market, Celuk Gold and Silversmiths, and the Tegallalang Handicrafts Center.

Electricity & Power Adapters

127/230 volts. Plugs C, F, and G. A country-wide conversion to 230V is in progress, complete in principal cities. You will need a voltage converter and plug adapter in order to use U.S. appliances. We recommend getting a universal adapter and converter kit.

Learn more about electrical standards around the world.

Cell Phones & Internet

Want to take your cell phone, tablet or laptop, but not sure how to get cell service or wifi? See our blog posts on using your cell phone abroad and the top 5 ways to get Internet abroad.

Did you know?
  • Bali is located in the Coral Triangle, home to hundred of species of coral, sea turtles and other marine life (which is also why this region is known as the Amazon of seas!)
  • About 80% of Bali's economy is due to tourism
  • There are over 1,200 spas in Bali, with the traditional Balinese massage being a fan favorite.
  • You can find the world’s most expensive coffee here -- Kopi Luwak, made from the droppings of Civat Cats! A single cup can be up to $50.
  • Although Bali only has two seasons, the dry season (April-October) and the wet season (November-March), the average temperature remains moderate, giving the country a year-round tropical climate.
* Advertised prices may include an "Instant Savings" discount and/or sale discount, available for a limited time. Prices reflect these discounts. Advertised prices are per person, based on double occupancy; single occupancy rooms may be available for an additional charge. Advertised prices are the best available based on the least expensive travel dates, departure city, hotels, and other options, and do not include optional excursions or other optional items. Your total price will vary based upon the dates, flights, hotels, and other options you select during the booking process. For packages including flights, prices include Airline Taxes, Fees & Sept. 11th Security Fee, but do not include excess baggage fees or advance seat reservations. Prices and availability subject to change. More about our prices.

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