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Fly to Bali to discover a setting that attracts travellers of all types – from tranquillity-seekers to diehard surfers. Bali is just one of the almost 17,000 islands that make up Indonesia, but within its shores, it has endless contrasts for you to explore. Sandy beaches and rugged coastlines stand alongside volcanic hillsides, lush rainforests and traditional rice paddies.
Book your flight to Bali with Qatar Airways to experience all this and more, including some of the finest surfing and scuba-diving sites that the world has to offer.
Though it measures less than a hundred miles across, Bali is the most visited destination in all of Indonesia. If you are in search of stunning beaches, then you’ll find that they are abundant on the island, from the golden sands of Sanur Beach to the volcanic landscape of Balangan.
But there’s much more to a trip to Bali than just relaxing on the beach. The historic Presidential Palace and gardens of Tirta Gangga in Karangasem are considered two of the island’s must-sees. Many will recommend that you climb Mount Agung to visit Bali’s most revered monument, the Besakih Temple, also known as the Mother Temple. There are also many other ancient religious sites for you to discover, including the impressive island temple of Tanah Lot and the 11th-century Pura Kehen.
Explore the wide range of water sports activities Bali has to offer, whether you are an adventure enthusiast or a complete novice. Surfing is very popular on the island, and resorts like Kuta and Nusa Lembongan are considered to be among the best surf locations in the world. If you fancy exploring beneath the waves, head to Tulamben to don scuba gear and discover the wreck of the USAT Liberty. Bali has plenty of surfing and diving schools to get the uninitiated up to speed.
The island is also well known for its spas, yoga retreats and other health and wellness locations. A trip to Bali will give you the opportunity to relax in natural hot springs, such as those of Air Panas Banjar.
The cities of Bali are renowned for their street food carts, or kaki lima, which sell affordable yet traditional dishes such as nasi goreng and mie goreng. Rice is a staple of Balinese cuisine, and you can even trace the food back to its source by visiting some of the island’s ubiquitous paddy fields and terraces.
If you are looking for more of a fine-dining experience, you’ll also be well catered for in Bali. The island is replete with high-quality restaurants serving a fusion of international and local cuisine, and using locally sourced ingredients. Fish and seafood dishes are particularly popular, and many restaurants incorporate a distinctly French flavour in their dishes.
Travelling to Bali is the perfect antidote if you are tired of shopping for mass-produced goods in chain stores. Bali reserves its retail space for more exclusive fashion brands, which have set up shop in Seminyak and Bukit Peninsula.
But the real joy of shopping in Bali comes from discovering locally made items in independent boutiques and on-street markets. This will also give you a chance to practice your haggling skills.
Essential facts about Bali
Enjoy a hassle-free journey with all the information you need to know before your trip