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Bali is Indonesia's best known holiday destination. Combining the serene north and bustling south in one island. Whether you go the sheer beauty is awesome and whatever your desires Bali has it all to satisfy and a holiday to remember. There's a brief guide to Bali below and we have listed the top resorts for you to explore Here
rice paddies in Bali
Other top places in Indonesia:- Jakarta - Ubud

Bali Travel guide.
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and head to the northern part of Bali - a place you can truly unwind. Wake up on a tropical paradise with palm-fringed beaches, explore dramatic landscapes and lush jungles, and soak up the culture and atmosphere of the vibrant towns, and serene temples! Just picture it: hopping on a scooter for a daytime adventure then chilling out on a serene beach, watching the sunset, Bintang beer in hand.
Or if its touristy part like Kuta, luxury resorts and glistening white sand beaches that appeals then the south part of Bali will satisfy all senses.

Where to visit in Bali.
Bali is a beach lover's paradise; colourful bean bags and live music invite sundowners to Seminyak, Kuta is all about surfing and parties, and Nusa Dua is all for the luxurious lifestyle. If you want to unwind, practice yoga, witness a local ceremony or enjoy Balinese cuisine overlooking rolling rice terraces, head to Ubud or hop from island to island for amazing surfs, diving, snorkeling and tropical delights. It's no surprise Bali holiday's are at the top of most traveler's agendas.

When is the best time to visit Bali?
If you want blazing sunshine and hot temperatures, head to Bali during the dry season between June and October. May and November are cheaper and less busy but you may experience warm showers (mostly at night) whereas the wet season sees a high humidity and tropical rainfall - this is the ideal time if you want to see Bali in it's lushness state as the rainforest flourishes and the waterfalls roar.

Economy of Bali:
The economy of Bali is heavily dependent on the tourism industry, which is its main source of income. The government of Bali has made efforts to diversify its economy by encouraging the development of industries such as agriculture, manufacturing, and service industries.

In terms of agriculture, Bali is known for its production of rice, coconuts, coffee, tobacco, and livestock. The government has implemented policies to support traditional farming practices and has encouraged the use of modern agricultural techniques to increase productivity.

Manufacturing is a relatively new but important sector in Bali’s economy. Major products include textiles, furniture, glassware, and electronics. The government has implemented certain incentives to attract foreign investment and encourage the growth of the manufacturing sector.

The service industry is also a major contributor to the economy of Bali. Tourism is the leading contributor to the economy, with the majority of tourists coming from other parts of Indonesia or from international locations. Other important services include banking and finance, insurance, telecommunications, and real estate.

Overall, the economy of Bali has been growing steadily for the past few decades. The government has implemented policies to promote economic growth and diversification, and the tourism industry continues to bring in significant revenue. With the right policies in place, Bali has the potential to become an even more prosperous economy in the future.

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