Luxury Villas Bali
Bali is at once mysterious, exotic, enticing and culturally rich. While Bali's beaches remain the island's biggest draw, the temples, museums art galleries and monuments scattered throughout the interior are fascinating reminders of a rich and colourful past. Also popular are the island's animal parks and zoo as well as interior waterfalls. Normally peaceful and uninhabited, Bali’s temples transform into scenes of great activity and are ornately decorated during festivals with traditional dance performances, cockfighting and gambling. You’ll find that each of Bali’s temples is facing towards the mountains, the sea or sunrise. While it may be tempting to stay on the beach every day, there are heaps of sports and other activities that will spice up your stay in Bali. Bali is home to some stunning reefs with spectacular visibility. Dive shops offer a multitude of courses, mostly PADI certified. Open Water Diver is ideal for those with no experience who want to see the spectacle of underwater habitats for the first time. Spa treatments: The Balinese believe that the body is a sacred temple for the soul. Visit any Bali Spa for an experience that brings peace to the spirit, calm to the mind and vitality to the body.