More ‘quality’ tourists for Bali?

The Island of the Gods is facing a conundrum – more quality and fewer tourists or Ocontinue the current path of mass tourism.

One of the most spiritual and artistic places on the planet, Bali is home to 20,000 temples. It is known for its cultural intensity, beautiful beaches, spectacular sceneries and ultra unique hotels. It has arguably some of the most opulent resorts in the world in terms of architecture and interior amid stunning settings – either on white sandy beaches, terraced hills or perched atop dramatic cliffs by the sea.

Images of Bali’s rice terraces and waterways are known the world over, not to mention Ubud’s forests and the islands east of Bali, such as Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. These and a myriad of other images, have captured the imagination of tourists for decades.

Balinese dances, in particular, the Kecak dance and even the Nyepi new year celebrations are world famous. Less well known are the coming-of-age dances and funeral ceremonies which are just as colourful and exotic.

The well-developed infrastructure for leisure such as world- class golf courses, sailing, diving, partying and gastronomic adventures has turned Bali into one of the top holiday destinations in the world.

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