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CHEAP FLIGHTS TO BALI
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London Airports Bali 22 Oct 2022 05 Nov 2022 £715
London Airports Bali 22 Oct 2022 05 Nov 2022 £818
London Airports Bali 22 Oct 2022 05 Nov 2022 £848
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Denpasar Bali Introduction
One of the most magical islands in the world, Bali justly deserves its nickname "Island of a Thousand Gods". Blessed with beautiful beaches, lush, verdant countryside and beautiful old temples, no-one could deny that the "heaven on earth" cliché rings true.
The majority of visitors flock to the island's beautiful beaches. The southern beaches of Kuta and Nusa Dua are blessed with long swathes of golden sand with azure waters lapping at the shore. Although much of the north coast is covered in black, volcanic sand, the beaches up here tend to be somewhat quieter and still offer a wonderful location for swimming, snorkelling or just relaxing. Natural attractions don't stop at the beach either - In the east, the volcanic mountain of Gunung Agungjuts up into the clear blue sky, creating a dramatic feature in this peaceful land.
The island's interior, often practically ignored by many visitors, has charms all its own. Terraced rice fields cascade down the hillside, giving a green backdrop to the terracotta-hued temples dotted around the countryside. The 15th century was the turning point for Bali's rich cultural and religious heritage when the Hindus and intelligentsia of Java began migrating here in their droves to escape Islamic rule at home. As a result, Bali has become a tiny pocket of Hinduism in predominantly Muslim Indonesia. In fact the locals practise an intriguing mix of Hinduism and animism, and religion remains a central part of everyday life, especially during the many festivals throughout the year punctuated with colour, music and feasting.
For culture lovers, Bali has kept alive its traditional music and dance. The best area to enjoy such cultural attractions is the town of Ubud in the centre of the island, where visitors can see performances of gamelan music, besides the traditional kecak and barong dances. Handmade arts and crafts are popular souvenirs and widely available throughout the island, although Ubud's shops and art galleries are probably the best places to hunt for good pieces.
And that's not all - people might come here to enjoy the natural splendour and peaceful serenity of the island, but an almost equal number of backpackers and revellers come here to enjoy the laid-back attractions of Kuta and Seminyak, where bars and nightclubs offer more robust entertainments. Bali is truly a destination with something for everyone.

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