Bali Island: Still One of The Most Popular Destinations in The World

You’re still wondering about your next vacation destination? Your doubts are over! Bali is the many travellers’ favourite place to have fun, relax and discover a unique gem of the world. This year again, Bali confirms its rank as one of the most fantastic holiday destinations.

According to the Condé Nast Traveller, in 2019, Bali is still the “Best Island in Asia”. The Island of the Gods remains popular for a variety of reasons. First of all, if you are a nature lover, you won’t be disappointed for sure. In Bali, you can find a mix of amazing beaches, white or black sand, incredible forests, rice fields, volcanoes… With so much on offer, you will have many opportunities to discover the island, and for sure, you won’t get bored. The Balinese culture is also a special part of the experience; in no time, you will be immersed into a rich culture with lovely inhabitants.

U.S News also placed Bali in the 15 best places to visit in Asia in 4th place after the Maldives, Tokyo, and Phuket. Travellers describe this island as “heaven on earth”. Why? Because whatever you want to do, you can find it in Bali. You want to chill and relax in an ocean view resort? You want to discover a rich culture? All of these are possible, and more and confirms that “Bali is a dream come true”.

It’s no use to continue quoting the many publications that recommend Bali as a must-see destination. For more information, you can check TravelDailyNews and Holidify to see where Bali ranks with them and why they put it at the top of their lists too.

So don’t hesitate to book your flight anymore, and to come to discover this paradise full of amazing natural wealth.

References:
https://travel.usnews.com/Bali_Indonesia/
https://www.traveldailynews.asia/bali-ranked-best-travellers-choice-destination-in-asia-and
https://coconuts.co/bali/news/balis-still-got-it-yall-island-of-the-gods-make-conde-nasts-best-islands-in-asia-list/
https://www.holidify.com/collections/best-places-in-the-world