For a small island, Bali offers so much for groups. As the most famous island in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali’s cities such as Seminyak, Kuta and Nusa Dua, have been a popular traveller’s choice, particularly with Australian incentives. It’s sunny beaches, connected by volcanic landforms, forests and iconic rice fields are also matched by luxury resort style hotels, plenty of attractions and a thriving nightlife.
Groups must arrive via the only airport in Bali, Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar, serviced by most major cities in Australia.
The range of gorgeous hotel properties is on steroids, most with indoor and outdoor beachside space that make planners swoon for this destination. Bali is best described as Gold Coast of Asia. Developing quickly and attracting well travelled and cashed up tourists from China, Europe and Australia it’s offering cutting edge service and experience for everyone. Be prepared to spend money. Bali is not as cheap as it used to be.
Bali offers year-round warm weather and great value for money with the strong Australian dollar and a huge range of cultural and experiential activities that can be easily added to any itinerary. Groups can visit ancient temples and Hindu shrines such as the popular Tanah Lot, located about 20 kilometers away from Denpasar. Groups can enjoy the history and culture as well as nearby shrines, shops, eateries and a cultural park with regular dance performances.
Also popular, the royal water palace of Tirta Gangaa is located approximately 75 kilometers from Denpasar that’s known for its incredible water gardens and pools. Tirta Gangga complex also includes the royal-themed Tirta Ayu Hotel & Restaurant, located just behind the main fountain and popular with groups.
From food tours to ethical elephant sanctuaries and art experiences, Bali has unforgettable experiences to offer all groups.
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