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Bali: Island of Peace, Morning of The World, Island of the Gods, Island of Hinduism…

Daily life on Bali is culturally linked to satisfying and appeasing the gods, spirits and demons in the midst of breathtaking panoramas of cultivated rice terraces, impressive volcanoes and pristine beaches.

Bali is a land that seems to have a magnet at its very heart. It is a feeling that is difficult to understand unless experienced but once visited you are surely compelled to come back and you may even want to stay forever, such is its pull. Maybe its Bali’s beauty, maybe the friendly people, or maybe even the influence from spirits that certainly abides in this place.
This truly beautiful tropical island inhabited by a remarkably artistic people who have created a dynamic society with unique arts and dramatic, mystical’s and colourful ceremonies. The Balinese are noted for their traditional dance and the distinctive music of the gamelan.