Domestic Packages
International Packages

Country : Indonesia

Capital : Jakarta, and Bali Capital: Denpasar

Currency : rupiah is the basic unit of money, normally abbreviated to Rp

Time Zone : UTC+8

Languages : Balinese and Indonesian are the most widely spoken languages in Bali

Weather Conditions : with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degree.

Food : Balinese cooking revolves around spices, vegetarianism has traditionally been limited to part-time fasts for some priests. It's thus best to assume that all local food is non-vegetarian unless assurances are given to the contrary. Often partnered by coconut milk, which adds a rich flavor and creamy texture to intriguing dishes of tropical vegetables, poultry, meat and fish. Sugar, fragrant roots and leaves are fondly used and the end result is food that is both subtle and sophisticated. Rice is the basis of any Indonesian meal. A main serving of rice is normally taken first, followed by a small portion of three to four dishes of vegetables or meat, known as lauk. These dishes of lauk are placed in the center of the table for all to share. Babi guling roast suckling pig. A large ceremonial dish served with rice that is usually ordered several days in advance, but also often available at night market stalls and selected restaurants. A very notable outlet for babi guling is Ibu Oka's in Ubud. Bebek betutu literally "darkened duck", topped with a herb paste and roasted in banana leaves over charcoal. The same method can also be used for chicken, resulting in ayam betutu. Lawar covers a range of Balinese salads, usually involving thinly chopped vegetables, minced meat, coconut and spices. Traditionally, blood is mixed into this dish but it is often omitted for the more delicate constitutions of visitors. Green beans and chicken are a particularly common combination. Sate lilit minced seafood satay, served wrapped around a twig of lemongrass. Urutan Balinese spicy sausage, made from pork. Bottled drinking water (air) is highly recommended. Indonesia's most popular beer is the ubiquitous Bintang, but the cheaper Bali Hai is nearly as widespread. Bintang is a fairly highly regarded classic light Asian beer, but Bali Hai is a rather bland lager, and despite the name it's actually brewed in a suburb of Jakarta.

Religion :Bali's population adheres to Balinese Hinduism, formed as a combination of existing local beliefs andHindu influences from mainland Southeast Asia and South Asia. With a Muslim-majority in Indonesia