A World Of Its Own
Bali has developed into a world of its own. It captures not only what is special about Indonesia, but embodies a unique spirit that can only be found on the island. Indeed, there is a great deal to experience in Bali that cannot be found in any other place.
As one of the most magnificent islands in Indonesia – offering countless natural beauties like its famous white sand beaches – Bali has become a popular tourist destination in Asia. The uniqueness of its Hindu culture is ubiquitous in day-to-day life; it is echoed in the temples and palaces, the arts and crafts centers, the countless ceremonies, the festivals, the traditional dances and the distinctive tune of the gamelan.
With more than 60 international and domestic airlines operating at the Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport, this beautiful island is just a flight away from anywhere in the world.
Bali Collection! Your Best Shopping, Dinning & Entertainment Experience in Nusa Dua Bali. With 8-hectare open space ambience and leafy area, Bali Collection is the largest shopping mall in Nusa Dua, located in an exclusive tourism area and surrounded by 5 stars hotel and resorts in relaxing enclave. We are unique as it preserves as […]Visit
The DEVDAN story begins when two young children who are parts of a tourist group in Bali feel bored with the tour itinerary and set themselves apart from the group to climb toward a cliff that has grabbed their attention. They find a treasure chest containing various unique items that will bring them, and the […]Visit
Museum Pasifika, located in Nusa Dua, Bali, was established as a permanent institution to showcase these styles and forms for all humanity to study and enjoy. With over 600 works on permanent display, the museum is an important complement to the scores of public museums in Bali and the region. Each of the eleven pavilions […]Visit
Bali National Golf Club is located in THE MAJ NUSA DUA, The Nusa Dua tourism complex who offers a number of stars rated hotels, two Convention Centers, a Shopping Center, Restaurants and a Museum, sitting alongside over three miles of white sand beaches. Whether you are a beginner, a pro or just a casual weekend […]Visit
Puja Mandala is a unique landmark in Nusa Dua, serving as a perfect example of how five of Indonesia’s major religions can live harmoniously side-by-side, despite their differences in beliefs and ways of worshiping. In a single compound, the site has a Hindu temple, a grand mosque, a Buddhist temple and both a Catholic and […]Visit
Pura Geger Temple is one of Nusa Dua’s most important cultural landmarks. The temple overlooks the namesake Geger Beach. The waves from the open sea crashing at its rocky limestone base. The outline of the temple’s towering shrines adds an impressive frame to the overall seascape of Geger. You can enjoy a panoramic view on […]Visit
Water Blow in Nusa Dua lets you witness the awesome power of nature as large waves from the Indian Ocean constantly crash against the jagged limestone edges on the peninsula’s south-eastern cliff. You can easily reach this purpose-built lookout along paved footpaths on the southern half of the ‘twin islands’. Here you’ll find 240 degrees […]Visit