Akshaya India Tours & Travels (P) Ltd.,
Bali Tours

"Selamat Datang di Bali" - Welcome to Bali

Bali is so picturesque that you could be fooled into thinking it Barong Dance, Baliwas a painted backdrop: rice paddies trip down hillsides like giant steps, volcanoes soar through the clouds, the forests are lush and tropical, and the beaches are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

But the paradise gloss has been manufactured and polished by the international tourist industry rather than by the Balinese themselves - who don't even have a word for paradise in their language - and it pays scant regard to the political and economic reality of life on Bali.

Fact File-Bali:

Southeastern Asia, archipelago between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean


5,620 sq km

Capital: Denpasar
Map Reference: Southeast Asia
Time Zone:



Indonesia Rupiahs (IDR)
1 INR = 205.218 IDR approximately
1 USD = 9,090.91 IDR approximately


Bahasa Indonesia (official, modified form of Malay), English, Dutch, local dialects, the most widely spoken of which is Javanese


95% Balinese Hindu, plus Muslim and Christian minorities


Denpasar (Bali) has a warm to hot tropical climate.
Winter: June to August - average day time temperature 28C
Spring: Sep to November - average day time temperature 29C
Summer: Dec to February - average day time temperature 29C
Autumn: March to May - average day time temperature 29C

Temperatures in summer can reach as high as 35C and in winter as low as 23C. The wettest months of the year are between November and April.

When to go:

Just considering the weather, the cooler dry season from April to October is the best time to visit Bali. The rest of the year is more humid, more cloudy and has more rainstorms. The European summer holidays bring the biggest crowds in July, August and early September .


Due to the hot humid climate light clothes made of natural fiber materials such as cotton should be worn. The wearing of clothing made from artificial fiber materials such as nylon is not recommended. Sweaters may be required at night during the cool season or if visiting the mountainous areas.


Facts for the Traveler:

  • Visas: Visitors from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and most of Western Europe don't need a visa to enter Indonesia provided you have a ticket out of the country and your passport has at least six months validity. At the time of arrival, you will be issued with a tourist card which is valid for a 60-day stay. Keep the card with your passport as you'll have to hand it back when you leave the country. It is not possible to get an extension on a tourist visa, unless there is a medical emergency or you have to answer legal charges. There are visas, particularly a business visitor's visa, which may be valid for a longer period. The immigration office is in Denpasar. If you have to visit this office, make sure you wear your most respectable clothes.

It is now confirmed that the 14 additional countries slated for visa on arrival facility in Indonesia (TTG Asia, July 8 issue) will be able to do so from August 1 2005. This brings to 36 the number of countries eligible for the facility. The 14 countries are Austria, Belgium, India, Ireland, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Maldives, Egypt, Portugal, Qatar, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Spain.While the cost of visa remains at US$10 and US$25, the validity is now 07 and 30 days.

  • Shopping: Bali is famous for it's woodcarving and sculptures; silver and gold jewelry, woven cloth, sarongs, traditional and realist paintings, bone and coconut shell carvings, antiques, basket wares and masks. More recently garment manufacture has increased and excellent designer garments are available cheaply. Tailoring is cheap and quick. Except in fixed-price stores & restaurants, shopping is done by bargaining, the national sport. Only one rule, both buyer and seller should end up satisfied, and not lose face! It can be fun.

  • Electricity: Most hotels use 220 volts, 50 cycles and a round, two-pronged slim plug. Bathroom shaver plugs usually have a transformer switch. We suggest taking an adaptor for your appliance.

Prices not valid for visitors from Europe and Japan, as prices will be quoted in Euros or Japanese Yen on request.

4 Nights / 5 Days Bali Tours

Day 1:
Denpasar (Capital of Bali)

Arrival Ngurah Rai Airport, meet and transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour visiting Pasar Badung-24 hours Traditional Market, Museum of Bali, Werdhi Budaya Art Center, The monument of Braja Sandhi at Renon. Overnight stay at hotel.

Beautiful Rice Field Terraces in Tegal Alang,Bali Bali-Traditional Art Form

Day 2:
Denpasar *(B/L)

After Breakfast, Full day sightseeing visiting Kintamani, the oldest tour destination in Bali, Batubulan to see Barong Dance, Celuk-a Gold /Silver/Handicraft Center Village, Batuan / Singapadu - Balinese Traditional House, Mas - Woodcarving Village, Royal Tombs in Gunung Kawi, Mount and Lake Batur Overlooking Kintamani , Beautiful Rice Field Terraces in Tegal Alang, Ubud- a Beautiful Natural Village and Painter Village, Batik Artwork in Tohpati and Kesiman. Return to Hotel and Overnight stay.

Day 3:
Denpasar (B/L)

After Breakfast, Full day Sightseeing visiting Taman Ayun (Mengwi), Ulun Danu Temple at Bedugul's Lake, Traditional Market of Bedugul's Villagers, Bali Botanical Garden, Alas Kedaton Monkey Forest , Tanah Lot with Lunch. Return to Hotel. Overnight at hotel.

Sunset-Tanah LotUlun DanuBali Tours

Day 4:
Denpasar *(B/D)

Free till afternoon for own activities. Evening sunset cruise with dinner. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 5:
Departure (B)

B/Fast at the hotel. Drop at the airport. Depart for your destination.

Package Cost Includes:

  • Accommodation for 4 Nights / 5 Days at the chosen hotel with breakfast

  • Return transfers airport hotel airport

  • Full day tour of Kintamani with Local Barong and kris dance and Lunch

  • Full day tour of Bedugul and Tanah Lot with lunch

  • Evening sunset Cruise with transfer and dinner

  • Taxes

Package Cost Excludes:

  • International Airfare

  • Indonesian visa

  • Meals that is not covered in the itinerary

  • Other tours or options

  • Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry, drink, telex, telephone calls or overweight baggage charges are excluded.

Clients from Bangalore, email your queries to: blr@akshayaindia.com

Optional Tours:

Optional Tours Tour Cost
Half day tour of Ubud and Sukawati local market USD 15.00 Per Person
Island day cruise with lunch USD 80.00 Per Person
Whitewater rafting with lunch USD 45.00 per person
Bali Bird Park and reptile park without lunch USD 30.00 per person
Country side trekking Min 2 persons USD 28.00 per person
Ayurvedic/Traditional Balinese Massage 2 Hrs USD 35.00 per person

*All Prices are subject to change with out prior notice

Tour Cost on request

Call us for your requirement to 94443 93596


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