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If the sun, sand, and sea aren't enough reasons for you to want to explore Bali, then perhaps the breathtaking nature, picture perfect tourist attractions, and delicious halal Indonesian cuisine will. A spectacular halal holiday destination for Muslim travellers of all ages, Bali is a place you won't want to miss. Hide away in the rain forest from the comfort of your own private villa, or take a swim in your private infinity pool as the sun starts to set.

The vibrant culture Bali has to offer will fill your heart with joy. Balinese dance performances will have you staring in awe as the colorful costumes and movements take you back in time. For foodies, the Ubod Food Festival is the place to be. Enjoy authentic Indonesian dishes cooked perfectly to taste. Day trips through the manicured rice terraces surrounded by lush vegetation, are a sight to see throughout the countryside, especially at first light. This also makes it the perfect way to start your morning before dropping by at one of many mountainous locations along the equator, were you can enjoy a cup of coffee produced by the experts.

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  • Time Difference: GMT + 7 hours
  • Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
  • Flying Time from the UK: 15 hours 40 mins
  • Visa: Not required for UK citizens
  • Our Highlight: Soaking in the Ubud scenery

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Tegalalang Rice Terraces: A valley of rice paddies, located north of Ubud, Tegalalang Rice Terraces is a place not to be missed. During the daytime, Tegalalang is an incredibly popular attraction in Bali but if you visit in the early morning, you'll be amazed by the stunning views.

Visit Diamond Beach: The name itself let's you know you're in for a treat. Diamond Beach office white sugary sand, silky blue water, and tall warm palm trees on the foot off an enormous limestone cliff. 
Sunrise in Munduk: Whether your a morning person or not, experience sunrise in the Munduk region is a must! Be prepared to witness most probably the most spectacular sunrise you've ever seen.
Monkey Forest in Ubud: Experience a roaming free with monkey's in the heart of Ubod. The big rain forest provides a beautiful walk where you'll be able to witness friendly monkey's wondering around freely.

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5 reasons Bali is great for Muslim Travellers

Nature: Bali is home to beautiful luscious sceneries, and some rather breathtaking tourist spots, making it the perfect place to get some fresh air
Language: Due to tourism requirements a lot of Balinese speak a level of English that allows them to communicate with tourists on a basic level.
Accommodation:  World class accommodation can be found in Bali with luxury resorts offering private villas, pools, and outstanding views!
Food: Just like many Asian countries, Bali is home to delicious dishes, especially when it comes to their fresh seafood. 
Beaches: Bali is home to some of the worlds most beautiful beaches. While many are crowded, there are plenty of hidden spots waiting to be explored.