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Going Honeymoon in Bali Island

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Going Honeymoon in Bali, world best island awarded by The International Travel Magazine for a few years is a perfect plan for couples.

Bali, the Indonesian island is aptly called the Island of the Gods. There is an enchanting uniqueness about Balinese culture that is not known to many. Bali beckons tourists with its wonderful age old traditions, temples, sun kissed beaches where you can swim and surf to your heart’s content, shopping to lift your spirits, exotic food to keep you in good moods and a not to miss kind of nightlife.

Bali is an incredible concoction of tradition and nature at its best, a tropical island that leaves you with a never before kind of heady experience. It is no wonder then that Bali is among the favorite island vacation across the world. Mostly the wide variety of options that Bali offers to tourists attracts honeymooners. It is like a paradise where you can step in and enjoy and relax at the same time. So, plan your vacation and ready for going Honeymoon in Bali.

With a whole host of luxury and budget hotels, spas and villas as well as home stay options, Bali provides the perfect opportunity for romance and excitement. Go site seeing, or just laze on the beaches, visit ancient temples or pick up some great stuff for yourself and people back home, venture out at night to get a taste of the vibrant nightlife or experience Balinese cuisine at its best around you. Bali is like a whole world fitted into a single island with the right mix of the tradition and modern to keep that balance.

Attractions of Bali

Being an island it goes without saying that Bali is blessed with serene beaches. The beaches that one can explore are:

Kuta beach, Suluban beach, Sanur beach, Padang Bai beach, Jemeluk beach, Soka beach, Medewi beach, Delod Brawah beach, and Lovina beach. There are few more beaches not mentioned here as well. Each of them have a charm of their own and are meant for swimming, underwater recreational activities, surfing and beachside shopping. A few of the beaches are even dotted by restaurants and entertainment spots offering memorable nightlife experiences as well.

The famous tourist attractions of Bali include Tirtagangga, beautiful waterfalls and mountain area of Bedugul with a botanical garden nearby. The must visit temples include Tirta Empul temple, Taman Ayun temple, Samuan Tiga temple, Sakenan temple, Penataran Ped temple, Kehen temple and Pura Besakih temple complex.

Bali also a few museums that showcase its rich art, culture and tradition. You may check out Anak Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA), Antonio Blanco museum, Puri Lukisan museum, Seni Neka museum, Gunarsa museum, Le Mayeur museum, Museum of Bali’s province and many more.

Bali offers you a shopping heaven through its traditional markets like the pasar seni sukawati, ubud art market, badung art market, kuta art market, sanur art market and bird market. Apart from this Bali is also dotted with modern shopping complexes and malls and many of the beaches are also lined with kiosks selling memoirs for tourists.

You could easily plan a couple of days going honeymoon trip in Bali picking the beaches, temples, museums and the tourist spots that you would like to visit. While in the Island of the Gods, make sure you experience the heavenly Balinese culture, tradition and food along with the serene natural beauty that abounds here.

(c) Nandini Shanbhag

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