Bali: Lifestyle and Culture

The culture here is extremely laid back, the locals are warm and friendly and there’s something uniquely spiritual about the island. You will be mesmerised by the interesting culture and impressed by the skilled artwork you see on your travels. The locals pass on their artistic skills through generations and create many amazing artefacts. Try and witness a Balinese dance performance during your visit.

Bali offers a diverse mix of cuisines including Indonesian and Thai dishes. Some of the favourite dishes here include suckling pig, satay and black rice pudding. Seafood is also served in abundance here and is great value.

For the ultimate cultural experience head to Ubud, which is often described as the cultural heart of Bali. Immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy the lush scenery including tropical rainforests, rice paddies and lotus ponds. After a few days of trekking reward yourself with a soothing treatment at one of the island’s many spas.

Bali is also able to offer fantastic nightlife. From laid back bars to packed nightclubs, there’s a night out for everyone. Head to Kuta beach for unique bars and restaurants or Nusa Dua for a more relaxed evening.