Bali's picturesque landscape is truly something to behold - magnificent rice terraces amid a sweeping range of volcanic mountains; dense tropical jungles with fast-flowing rivers; long sandy beaches with wild, crashing surf; exotic coral reefs teeming with all kinds of exotic fish...
The climate is tropical with two seasons, a wet and a dry. The dry season, which lasts from April to October, is the most popular time to visit Bali although, there is a particular beauty about the tropics in the wet (It is also a way of avoiding the main tourist seasons of May and December).
Geographically, the Province of Bali is located 80-30'-40" to 80-50'-48" south of the Equator and 1140-25'-53" to 1150-42'-40" east longitude.
The relief and topography of Bali have their main features of a mountain range that transverse the island from West to East. Among those mountains are two of significant sizes: the volcanoes of Gunung Agung ( 3.140 m ) and Gunung Batur (1.717 m).
As well as these features, Bali also has four lakes: Lake Beratan (375,6 Ha), Lake Buyan (336 Ha), Lake Tamblingan (11 Ha) and Lake Batur (1.607,5). Rivers, which have their sources on these lakes as well as forests, flow to the southern side of the island. Such rivers are; Unda, Petanu, Ayung, Pulukan, Loloan and many others.
The Best Objects in Bali :
Balinese Dance is a unique and exciting artwork which can be performed to anybody because the Balinese Dance has the fantastic movement and action from the body including the eyes of the dancers. Moreover if the Balinese Gamelan (Balinese Instrument) goes along with the dance could make the audiences stare their eyes and feel amazing.
Taman Ayun Temple literally translates as "beautiful garden' and is generally regarded as one of the most attractive temples of Bali. Taman Ayun is situated in the village of Mengwi, 18 Km west of Denpasar, is indeed one of Bali's most picturesque temple.
Balinese landscape is the rice-field. This is a typical
scene in Bali. The terraced rice-field is typical of the beauty of the
Balinese countryside. Note the harmony of colors, the vivid green of the
coconut groves and the pale blue of the sky. Wet rice agriculture (sawah)
is the basic and most important activity of Balinese life; Rice is the
major crop and the staple food.
Bali Dolphin is a kind of Mammal animal that the live in water. This animal is absolutely no danger to human. Watching the Dolphin in aquariums is very different than watching them in there own home at the ocean. For sometimes, before Dolphin can be watched at the north of Bali Island, but that’s far enough from Denpasar city. Lovina is the name of the village located western part of Singaraja Town, north part of Bali.
Ubud Village is a traditional village supervising 13 Banjar (group of community) and 6 custom countryside. It is located in Ubud sub district, Gianyar Regency and about 20 km from Denpasar Town. Ubud Vilage can be reached within 30 minutes or 15 minutes from Gianyar Town and this place is situated in the high land about 300 meter above sea level.