About Bali, Indonesia
Known for its coral reefs, beaches, iconic rice paddies, and its forested volcanic mountains, Bali is a travel destination known best for meditation and yoga retreats. Tourism and agriculture drive the island’s economy. Bali has a population of over 4,225,380 individuals who inhabit roughly 2231.69 square miles of island paradise. In addition to tourism, a growing real estate industry is helping to bolster the economy. Bali hosted the 2008 Asian Beach Games , and continues to be a world surfing destination with its endless beaches.
Popular Destinations in Bali
Looking for activities once your private jet arrives in Bali? Marine life and water sports dominate this area when it comes to tourist attractions. Still, Bali has many more points of interest, some of which are included below:
Tirta Empul Temple: Although perhaps understated, Tirta Empul Temple outshines many of Bali’s other temples through its awe-inspiring atmosphere of total bliss and serenity. At the center of the complex, a large rectangular pool brings tranquility for visitors of many beliefs. The water is said to come from a holy mountain spring. Balinese customs encourage worshipers to enter through the water in order to pray. Travelers are welcome to do the same, but must remain respectful of those practicing worship at the temple. Visitors who decide to enter through the water are instructed to do so fully clothed, and also wear a traditional sarong.
Elephant Safari Park: The elephants at Elephant Safari Park are undeniably entertaining. Around 30 Sumatra elephants call this park home. Inside, they are free to show off their extraordinary talents and friendly demeanor as they interact with visitors. Lodging is available for overnight guests. For day-trip visitors, a small botanical garden, a museum, a research laboratory, a restaurant, and a trail for elephant rides are all exciting features.
Jimbaran: Perfect for a romantic sunset dinner of succulent seafood, the sandy shorelines of Jimbaran are an ideal destination. The town of Jimbaran Bay is home to the Four Seasons Resort Bali, a world-renowned resort that regularly attracts numerous visitors. A while back, the village featured a quaint, ocean-based community that offered a calm way of life. These days, in addition to the Four Seasons Resort, other hotels, shops, and restaurants populate the shoreline.
Waterbom: Those traveling with children are most likely to enjoy Waterbom as a popular way to cool off from the hot sun. Complete with water adventures and fun slides, the Waterbom also offers relaxed rides along the Lazy River. The Twin Racers, The Superbowl, and the Boomerang are among some favorites. Available for rent are also various amenities including personal gazebos, individual lockers, and towels.
Nusa Dua: Directly competing with Jambara, the Nusa Dua boasts luxury resorts such as Conrad Bali and St. Regis. Additionally, the region offers spas and a number of golf courses for those interested in more westernize luxuries. Those looking to escape rowdy street vendors and mindless crowds will find comfort in the peace that Nusa Dua offers.
Luxury Lodging in Bali
Seeking luxury accommodations once your private jet has arrived in Bali? Bali attracts highly affluent visitors on a regular basis. There is never a lack of opulent accommodations to be found here. Some of the most luxurious hotels here include:
- Jamahal Private Resort & Spa
- Kayumanis Jimbaran Private Estate & Spa
- Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Village & Spa
- Kelapa Retreat & Spa
- Komaneka at Tanggayuda
- Mahagiri Villas Sanur
- The Elysian Boutique Villa Hotel
- The Samaya Seminyak
- Viceroy Bali
Airports In or Nearby Bali For Private Jets
There are a handful of airports that can help private jet users in accessing Bali via air travel. These include:
- Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS):Located around 30 miles from Bali, Ngurah Rai International Airport is one of the major aviation hubs in Bali. It is a hub for severalregional airlines. The airport sits at an altitude of 14 feet above sea level and has one asphalt runway measuring 9,800 feet in length, designated in the 09/7 direction. The airport serves more than 15 million people a year
- Lombok International Airport (LOP):This international airport is one of the busiest in the country. It handles over 1.7 million passengers a year. It is located 70 miles away from Bali and sits at319 feet above sea level. It has one asphalt runway measuring 9,000 feet in length designated in the 13/31 direction.
- Juanda International Airport (SUB):Juanda InternationalAirport is located 175 miles from Amiens. The airport stands at an altitude of nine feet above sea level, and has one asphalt runway designated in the 10/28 direction, and measuring 9,800 feet in length. The airport serves more than 17 million passengers annually.
- Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport (MLG): This airport is located around 170 miles from Bali, and sits at an altitude of 1,726 feet above sea level. It has two asphalt runways measuring 7,500 feet and 4,900 feet in length. The airport provides both scheduled commercial air services and can also be used by private jets and chartered aircraft.
- Trunojoyo Airport (SUP): This airport is located around 130 miles from Bali, and is at an altitude of 10 feet above sea level. It has one asphalt runway measuring 3,800 feet in length. It is lightly used by commercial air services, and is ideal for private aircraft use.
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