Bali

    

DISCOVER BALI

The Island of the Gods offers great beaches, countless waves for surfing and wonderful natural sites to visit and explore, colorful ceremonies, and gifted artists. There is an unbelievably wide range of hotels, resorts and villas, restaurants & bars, spas and not to forget world-class activities and shopping in Bali - all within close distance and at very fair prices.  Choose from basic hotels, to 5 star beach resorts or luxurious Bali villas with your own private pool.

Bali has inspired visitors from all over the world for decades.  You have to experience Bali to believe it!

GENERAL INFO

Time Zone - 2 hours behind AEST. Do not observe daylight saving time

Weather Seasons - Tropical, warm and humid climate all year round.  Two seasons DRY Mar - Sep / RAINY Oct - Feb

Currency - Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)  Approx AUD1 = 10,026 IDR

Peak Travel Season - July - August, Easter & Christmas Holidays to 10 Jan

Key Booking Period -    January - March 

Avg Length of Stay -  8 days

Visa Requirements - No visa required for stays of 30 days or less.  Must have 6 months validity on your passport from date of arrival

Events /Public Holidays to note - Nyepi Day 7/8 March; Chinese NY - Late Jan to early Feb; Lebaran - 2 day public Hol June;  Ramadan 5 May - 4 June 2019

Key Airlines - Garuda Indonesia, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Qantas

Product Contract Validity -

  • 1 April till 31 March on static contract (there are a few exceptions)
  • Contracted rates start to be released in July and they will be progressively released as the contract comes in and are loaded

Top Selling Hotels -


The Jayakarta Bali Hotel (V) - Great value on the beach in Legian offering hotel rooms & apartments

Padma Resort Legian (P) - The most popular family resort in Bali!

Double Six Luxury Hotel (I) - This luxury resort in Seminyak is renowned for its' rooftop lounge for sunset cocktails and highly acclaimed restaurants.

INSIDER'S TIPS

Don't trust the name. Always check the map. The "Kuta Hotel" might not be exactly in Kuta

Left-hand traffic on Bali - well kind of,  but call it creative driving and be careful

Bali is scuba paradise. There are more than 100 dive centers and great dive spots in and around Bali

Don’t smile at the monkey in the monkey forest or temples, showing teeth is a sign of aggression to them