Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Bali, Indonesia area.
The Indonesian island and province of Bali is located east of the island of Java and west of the island of Lombok. The islands comprising Indonesia are northwest of the tip of Western Australia, separated by only a few hundred miles expanse of Indian Ocean in the Southern hemisphere. Just north of Baliís capital city of Denpesar, on the south central side of the island, the town of Ubud offers Baliís best museums, galleries and shopping venues, where Baliís Hindu traditions and legacy of fine arts, dance and crafts are showcased.
Surrounded by coral reefs, the fine, white sandy beaches along the south coast near Denpesar contrast with the more volcanic black sand beaches along the less commercially developed north coast of Bali. Bali offers a wealth of lodging options ranging from the upscale and ultra contemporary in the urban areas to many family-run inns and smaller resorts throughout the island.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Bali area by selecting one of the options shown below.
Lodging located in Denpasar, the capital city of the province of Bali where one can visit the Bali museum, arts centers, shopping centers and markets.
Lodging in Sanur Beach located between Nusa Dua and Denpasar on south Bali's eastern coast. This area also has a beautiful white sandy beach and is one of the main tourist resorts with several international Hotels.
Lodging in Nusa Dua located in the far south of the Island of Bali. This area boasts beautiful white sandy beaches with several 5 star hotels. A must see when visiting Bali.
·Kuta / Legian Beaches
Lodging options in Kuta Beach and Legian Beach, located north of Nusa Dua on the western coast of south Bali. Kuta, a booming Pacific resort area with white sandy beaches is still arguably the best beachfront on Bali. The Legian area is a bit quieter and less crowded.
Lodging located north of Denpasar in Ubud. Ubud is famous amidst visitors from various countries for The Museum Lukisan Ratna Warta, usually called the "Puri Lukisan" (the palace of paintings), and is close to many of central Bali's major sights.
Area Facts: Most of the residents of Bali are fluent three languages: Indonesian, modern Balinese and English. The international dialing code for Indonesia is 62, The area code is 361.
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