Bali – Where the Sun, Sand and the Stars Welcome the Gods

In spite of many changes caused by the influx of people from other Indonesian islands and the rapid development of Bali’s economy to aid local and international tourism, Bali has not lost its charm and year after year, is voted as the most enchanting travel and holiday destination in the whole world.The wide variety of attractions that Bali offers, the physical beauty of the island, the year-round pleasant climate make Bali the ideal place regarded by many visitors as the ‘Ultimate Island Paradise.’ The friendly and very hospitable people and the absence of any criminal activities guarantee visitors a totally trouble free and relaxing stay compared to many pacific islands like Barbados, Jamaica, and other dream islands in the Caribbean.Though Islam has also contributed greatly to the cultural society in Indonesia, as much as Bali is known for its beaches, it is also famous for its temples. No wonder it is fittingly called the abode of the God’s. Bali’s temples are a ubiquitous sight on the island as there are at least 20,000 temples in Bali – small and big, old and new, family temples, farmer temples, village temples, and Royal temples. You can find one in every street corner, on the roads, the fields and almost everywhere.The local Balinese family compound is also an interesting attraction as it consists of a few small buildings, whose position, size and even those entitled to their use all laid down by time-honored tradition. Despite many foreign influences, visitors can get a first hand experience of the diverse array of indigenous traditional cultures is still evident in Indonesia.Visitors and vacationers can expect to indulge in the rich and sumptuous Indonesian food served in well-decorated and comfortable restaurants or can choose to do their own cooking in the luxury Bali villas. Wine and beverages are imported into Bali from Australia, California, Chile, France, Italy, New Zealand, Portugal and South Africa, which has recently grown many times over. Do not miss to try the Hatten wines, one rosé wine and two types of white wine made from grapes grown in North Bali and sold in restaurants.Tourists and vacationers to Bali can choose to stay in the most beautiful luxury Bali villas with 4 fully air conditioned master bedrooms, fully functional attached toilets and baths, spacious living/dining areas, tropical garden with private swimming pool, trained cook, maids and house boys to take care of everything you need during your whole stay.You can also avail free air-conditioned personal commutation services with a reliable driver. There is one top rated luxury Bali villa by the name Albia villa which is situated in one of the most untouched places in Bali, the Umalas. Aesthetically nestled among the picturesque terraced rice plantations, it is covered in 1500 sq.m of tropical greenery. The Albia villa offers the perfect blend and balance between urban and old time Bali, while you are confined in the comfort of timeless Balinese decor in the most modern and elegant western amenities. If you are newly wed and honeymooning in Bali, there is no better place to go as the Albia is the perfect luxury Bali villa to start a life time of romance.