Bali, a captivating Indonesian island, is renowned for its natural beautyvibrant culture, and serene beaches. Here are some mind-blowing facts about Bali Island:

  1. Being one of the islands of Indonesia’s Island Nation, foreigners know Bali more than Indonesia itself.
  2. Being a part of Indonesia as one of the biggest Moeslem countries, Bali is an exception. The majority of Balinese people are Hindu.
  3. Home for luxurious and affordable spa complete with grand views.
  4. Bill Murray once got lost in the jungles of Bali on a motorbike. He was later found putting on an impromptu show with all of the locals of a small village in attendance, even though he didn’t speak Balinese.
  5. Volcano Agung (3142 meters) at Bali is considered the most sacred place on the island. All temples of the island are turned into its party and all Balinese try to sleep their head towards this volcano. The Balinese believe that Mount Agung is a replica of Mount Meru, the central axis of the universe.
  6. The most expensive coffee – Kopi Luwak. How about tasting the most expensive coffee in the world made from civet droppings? Some people certainly do, considering that prices for this coffee can go up to as high as 50 dollars a cup! Kopi Luwak is not exclusive to Bali, but it is one of the few places where you can get authentic Kopi Luwak. Kopi luwak is produced mainly on the islands of Sumatra, Java, Bali, and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago.
  7. Nyepi day is the Balinese day of silence that has just passed, and this unique festival is only ever celebrated in Bali. The whole island shuts down, and no work, traveling, or even noise is allowed. They certainly take their silence very seriously.
  8. There’s this unique tradition in one of Bali’s villages called Trunyan, instead of cremations, the funeral rite of dead bodies in Trunyanese society is for them to be simply laid on the ground, covered by cloth and a bamboo cage, and left to decompose.
  9. Tourist Attractions:
  10. Waterbomb Bali: An exciting water park with thrilling slides and rides.
  11. Ubud: Known for its lush rice terraces, art villages, and the famous Monkey Forest.
  12. Kuta: A lively beach area with vibrant nightlife and surfing spots.
  13. Denpasar: The capital city, offering a mix of traditional and modern experiences.
  14. Uluwatu: Home to a stunning cliffside temple and mesmerizing sunsets.
  15. Geography: Bali spans approximately 153 km in length and 112 km in width, located about 3.2 km east of Java. The majestic Mount Agung stands as the island’s highest peak at 3,148 meters.
  16. Culture and Religion: Bali is the only Hindu-majority province in Indonesia, with 86.9% of the population adhering to Balinese Hinduism. Intricate temples, colorful ceremonies, and traditional dances are integral to Balinese culture.
  17. Tourism and Economy:Tourism-related businesses contribute 80% to Bali’s economy.Visitors flock to Bali for its beachestemplesscenic landscapes, and spiritual experiences.

n addition to the natural Beauty of the island, the amazing culture of Bali is reflected everywhere you look. From the art, architecture, music and daily activities of the people you are immersed in a wonderful magical world. This is what we love to share when people come to stay with us.

The obvious feedback is that Bali is a province of Indonesia. Maybe your question is trying to difference between Bali and the rest of Indonesia or maybe the relative knowledge relating to Bali compared to the rest of Indonesia from quorans.

It’s an odd question. I have seen similar questions from people that do not realise Bali is not a separate country

Whatever you love, you can find it here.

Whether you seek adventure, relaxation, or cultural immersion, Bali offers a rich tapestry of experiences!