Featured Hotels in Bali
Halal Bali Holidays
Bali is a beautiful and unique area of the world that many travellers describe as a tropical paradise. Jungles, rivers, impressive landmarks and outstanding architecture make up this Indonesian province island and its resorts are some of the most extravagant in the world. For this reason, it offers the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable and luxurious holiday.
However, Muslim travellers have specific needs that are just as important on holiday as they are at home. Fortunately, even though there is a significant diversity in Bali with regard to religion and culture, there are still many resort and restaurant options for Muslim holidaymakers.
Although the island is small, Bali resorts options are available for Muslim travellers. The top choices include the following, which have suitable facilities and on-site halal restaurants:
• Wina Holiday Villa Kuta
• Tune Hotel
• Spazzio Bali Resort
• Bayt Kaboki Hotel
• The Harmony Bali Hotel
As mentioned above, most Muslim-friendly resorts have halal-certified restaurants on the premises. However, when families are out sightseeing and want to enjoy an appropriate meal, there are additional options from which to choose. These include the following full-service halal restaurants:
• Kayumanis Resto Jimbaran
• The Cafe
• Warung Indonesia
• Bale Udang Mang Engking
• Warung Nikmat
Although mosques are not as plentiful in Bali as other areas of Indonesia, there are still approximately ten places of worship on the island. Among the most conveniently located are the Nurul Huda Mosque in Tuban, Bali, and the Ibnu Batutah Mosque, in Nusa Dua, Bali.
Attractions and Activities
Museum of Bali
The mesmerising Museum of Bali is a must-see attraction for any Bali visitor. It is found in Puputan Square, which is the heart of Bali's historic section. The museum boasts a broad range of collections and exhibits in a total of four different buildings. The establishment has been expanded and renovated several times since it was built in1931 and is always including new exhibits and displays. The museum is open 365 days a year.
Holidaymakers who enjoy sightseeing as a main activity when travelling should add a visit to Kintamani Village to their itinerary. The Village is home to the spectacular Batur Peak and boasts impressive views of several lakes which are located nearby. The village's breathtakingly lovely scenery also includes the renowned Mount Batur, which is a very active volcano that has erupted over 10 times in the 1900s.
Bali provides a vast array of natural landmarks that travellers can enjoy as well. Located on Bali's unforgettable mountain range, Mount Agung features 3000 metre high peaks to dazzle the eye. The south side of the island is home to white or black sandy beaches. The unique black sand results from the volcanic ash that is always present in the area. Underwater sports are popular in this area also, as it boasts a wide variety of beautiful coral reefs.
The Balinese Rain Forest
The Balinese rain forest is regarded as on of Bali's best attractions and it belongs on all holidaymakers' list of must-see attractions. Scenic tours are a perfect avenue through which to see all the island has to offer, and a guided excursion through the lush, tropical forest will never be forgotten. For some travellers, it provides a rare opportunity to view an authentic rain forest.
Virtually all travellers would agree that Bali is one of the loveliest holiday destinations in the world. With its unique attractions and welcoming atmosphere, it never disappoints. Therefore, no one who travels to this Muslim friendly, Pacific island will ever forget its impressive scenery and outstanding landmarks.