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If you're obsessed with the movie Eat Pray Love, then you're going to fall in love with Bali, I guarantee it!
There are 18,000 islands that belong to Indonesia! 
Bali is one of the most known islands, and is a huge tourist attraction for Australian's since it is one of the closest countries surrounding Australia.
Kuta is one of the main cities on the island of Bali. It's a  bit hectic arriving at the airport with all of the local taxi drivers bombarding you, but they're absolutley harmless and if you crack a joke with them they're pretty humerous! 
About two hours from Kuta, is Ubud, where you can find your zen!

Considering Bali is one of the smallest islands that belong to Indonesia, there are gems all across the island that you will regret missing out on!
Visit the Royal Water Temple, Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple, and watch the sunset a Tanah Lot Temple by the sea.
Head north into the rain forest of Ubud, check out the monkey forest, watch a traditional balinese dance, Tirta Empul Temple, and taste the infamous Luwak coffee at a coffee plantation!

There's so much culture and traditions to learn about, you'll be amazed! 
Bali is extremely cheap, my acommodation for 5 nights only cost $100 Australian dollars, insane right?! 



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Tie your hair back and wear some comfy breathable clothes, she is a scortcher almost year round!
Some surprise showers to add to the humidity will have you feeling extra sweaty!
I traveled to Indonesia in the month of November, day or night, no jacket needed.
Make sure to back a few scarves and long skirts for when visiting temples, stay covered and stay respectable!

An Entrance Visa is not required for entry into Indonesia for Canadian citizens.
All visas have different regulations and differ from country to country and may require a processing fee. 
Be sure to check the immigration website to determine whether you may require a visa to enter the country. 
Australian citizens do not require a visa to enter Indonesia but for further information, click below.


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INDONESIAN



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ASIA