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Located between Java and Lombok, the Indonesian island of Bali, often referred to as “the Island of the Gods”, enchants the visitors with its diversity of incredibly beautiful nature, its arts and crafts, local warm hospitality, ancient culture and traditions infused with spirituality, numerous attractions and sights to explore. This little paradise features magnificent temples and palaces, forested volcanic mountains and rivers, pristine jungles, emerald-green rice terraces, spectacular beaches and amazing wildlife. Come to stay in any of its world-class beach resorts or luxury villas with private pools and you will enjoy fine dining with a great variety of exotic vegetables and fruits, world-famous Kopi Luwak coffee and culinary classes as well as the renowned Bali’s spa treatment. Countless activities here will suit almost every palate: trekking, mountain biking, sightseeing flights over the island, golf courses, family parks, hot spring baths, Yachts & Boat Rental, Jet-Skis, Whitewater Rafting, Banana Boats, Canoeing, Stand-Up Paddling, Glass Bottom Boats, yoga classes – the list is endless. Boasting exclusive five-star hotels and villas right on the beach, offering exciting nightlife and renowned surf schools, the resort towns of Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran are the popular spots for clubbers and surfers. Divers will enjoy scuba diving and snorkelling among coral reefs with colourful marine biodiversity in the lesser travelled East Bali and northern region. Sanur, Nusa Dua and the remote coast of Candidasa with their tranquil seascapes and sunrises are ideal for meditation and yoga retreats. Cultural day-trippers, adventure-seekers and shopaholics should head to the scenic central highlands of Ubud for endless sightseeing opportunities, opulent restaurants on the chic cafe-lined streets, gift shops and designer boutiques which are also found in Seminyak, Legian, and Canggu. Ngurah Rai International Airport serving regular flights from major international cities is located just 13 kilometres from Denpasar, the capital of Bali.