Bali which is referred also as “The Island of Gods”, is one of the most popular tourist destination in the world.
It has a wonderful blend of varied landscapes, modern tourist facilities combined with excellent shopping opportunities, and a rich heritage. A unique aspect of Bali is its active Hindu culture. Many Hindu-Balinese rituals are reflected in daily life and can be seen throughout the island.
The island has a population of over 4 million people (90% is Hindu) and Bahasa Indonesia is the national language of Bali. English is widely spoken in the tourist centers.
Bali is small, stretching approximately 140 km from east to west and 80 km from north to south.It’s easy to explore the island on day tours. You can go wherever you want on the island and return to your hotel / villa in the evening.
The highest point of Bali island is The “mother mountain” Mount Agung at 3,142 m high, an active volcano, which last eruption was in March 1963.
The island is surrounded by coral reefs and Bali features splendid beaches with black sand, or white sand in the peninsula of Bukit where is located Villa Singa !
The highest concentration of great spots for surfing in Bali are also clustered on the west coast of Bukit Peninsula. The six legendary breaks (Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Impossible, Bingin, Dreamland and Balangan) are there !
These breaks are all for skilled surfers, though Padang Padang Right provides a long unbroken wave, perfect for beginners and surf lessons. Under the right tides and conditions, Dreamland and Balangan can also be surfed by beginners.
What makes Bali so different from other destination !
There is the combination of the Balinese civilization, the friendly people, the great variety of things to see and do, the year-round pleasant climate (See below), and the low security problems.
And then, there is Bali’s special “magic”, which is difficult to explain.  The earth’s electrical field is omni-present as telluric current, and Gunung Agung — Bali’s holy mountain — is now internationally regarded as one of the eight “Chakra” points of the world. Maybe it’s why Gods and spirits are so important in Bali’s daily life since hundreds of years ?
Watch out, you might sense the difference, and when you feel the magic of this island, you’re addicted for the rest of your life !


Due to its location near the equator, Bali island experiences tropical weather conditions throughout the year. The average year-round temperature stands at around 30°C (never too hot and never too cold !), and Bali has 7 – 7.5 hours of sunshine per day. The sun sets and rises around about the same time each day.
Bali is also close enough to the moderating effect of the equator to miss out on typhoons, tornadoes, and tropical cyclones.
However climate of Bali can broadly be categorized into two seasons – the dry season between April to October, and wet season from November to March, but a week in November on Bali can be like a week of June !
The Wet Season may bring daily rain (it is very intense and the most rain recorded between December – February) what can last for 2-3 hours, but rarely does it last a whole day.
During the dry season, rainfall can also be expected very occasionally but usually at night or very early morning.
Bali’s central mountain area is typically cooler and also more rainy than the coastal areas. Especially at night temperatures can drop to 15 degrees.
The southern peninsula of Bukit (where is located Villa Singa !) has less rain than the rest of south of Bali (Kuta, Seminyak, Denpasar, Canggu), and it’s not rare that you can enjoy sunny days on the Bukit, when it rains in the most parts of Bali !
Even if it rains, Bali is enjoyable ! Perfect for holidays at any time of the year !