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Bali, Indonesia
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Looking forward to a relaxing break on an earthly paradise? Visit majestic Bali, the jewel of the Indonesian Archipelago.

If you desire holidays at a tropical hideaway with rich culture, natural treasures, beautiful landscapes, unique monuments and indulging seaside resorts, make Bali your next holiday destination. Bali features excellent infrastructure catering to your every need, from top-notch accommodation, excellent restaurants, and shops for all tastes to state-of-the-art dialysis clinics, ensuring peace of mind and safe renal treatments for dialysis travellers.

Discover Bali, the Island of the Gods, for an unrivalled holiday experience

What comes to your mind when you think of holidays in Bali? Apart from sparkling white-sand beaches and serenesea-side resortsas well as high-end restaurants with the local delicacies, Bali offers so much more to travellers looking for relaxation paired with entertainment and recreation. While in Bali, you will definitely enjoy the wonderful beach life, including supreme diving and surfing, and you will also admire elaborate temples against dramatic landscapes, unique historical and cultural monuments fusing eastern spirituality with rich culture, as well as unmatched natural beauties. You will feel exhilarated by the fertile land, lush terraced rice-paddies and unique volcanic landscapes; as for the people, they are so hospitable that they will go out of their way to help you and make you feel right at home.

Facts & Figures about Bali

  • There are more than 17.000 islands in the Indonesian Archipelago, and Bali is one of them.
  • Bali is a small island with approximately 4 million inhabitants.
  • 80% of visitors to Indonesia spend their holidays exclusively in Bali, making it a world-class destination.

Your must-do list while in Bali

There is a wide range of activities to do during your holiday break in Bali, whatever your age or preferences. Just let yourself enjoy exciting sightseeing tours around impressive sights, unspoiled villages, interesting museums and spectacular natural wonders, and take in the incomparable local culture. Check out our suggestions for sightseeing and activities in Bali:


  • Pay a visit at the Bali museum in Denpasar (the capital of Bali), one of the top attractions on the island to get acquainted with traditional architecture, local culture and religion.
  • Discover PuraMeduweKarang, one of the most impressive temples on the island dedicated to the God of Land; it is located in the North of Bali.
  • The West Bali National Park is a protected reserve of unparalleled beauty extending over the PrapatAgung Peninsula. If you feel like coming close to nature and engaging in activities like trekking, bird watching, diving or simply enjoying nature and unique landscapes, then give it a try.
  • Take a tour in Ubud, the heart of arts and crafts of Bali with an abundance of local artisans; you will adore the beautiful setting of rice paddies and you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants.
  • Explore the pilgrimage temple Tanah Lot, one of the most-photographed sights in Bali. The temple is seated on a rock formation off the south coast of Bali. Its shrines are impressive as much as the ocean views from the site.
  • Spend a day at Jimbaran, a sea-side resort renowned for its supreme fish restaurants. If you stay late don’t miss a candle-lit dinner on the beach.
  • Art lovers should pay a visit at the Neka Art Museum featuring a great collection of fine paintings from the 17th century to the 1960s.

Relax on the exotic palm-fringed beaches of Bali

Beach life in Bali can be as exciting or quiet as you like, as there is a wide range of beaches meeting all tastes. You will find from quiet remote coves to popular beach resort destinations, where you can lounge in the sun or enjoy water activities.

Mengiat Beach &Geger Beach, Nusa Dua
Beautiful stretches of pristine white sand and light blue water set a truly inviting scene, where you can relax, swim and sunbathe.
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Nusa Dua, South coast of Bali
Wonderful stretch of white sand and crystal clear waters, perfect for relaxation as much as exciting water sports. Family friendly, too.
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South coast of Bali
Jimbaran Beach
The famous Jimbaran bay offers beautiful peaceful coveswith white sand where you can enjoy the sun and the sea. This beach is your best bet especially if you are staying in one of the beach resorts.
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Southwest coast of Bali
At Lovina area you will find several stretches of black volcanic sand. The laidback atmosphere makes those beaches perfect for couples and families. Along the 12-km coast you will definitely find your favourite spot.
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North coast of Bali
Kuta, Tuban, Legian and Seminyak
If you are looking for a beach with a lively, party atmosphere, select among these white sand beaches, which are within walking distance from one another. The highlight of Kuta beach is itsrenowned sunset views.
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West coast of Bali