Virtually, you are in Bali. One of the over fourteen thousand
islands of the Indonesian
archipelago, the island of Bali sits exactly 12 time
zones away from New York City, approximately halfway between
Singapore on the tip of the South East Asian peninsula and
Darwin on the northwestern part of Australia. You can see
it on this Asia
map. On the map above, select any region of Bali (North,
where you want to go to, and we'll take you there. Physically,
however, we have a slight problem.
But no worry. Simply choose your preferred mode of transport.
Or you might prefer to read some general
information about Bali before you disembark, and find
out what the
tropical weather of Bali is like. After which, a photographic
montage of Bali will delight your eyes. And
these places of interest will surely be enough of an
invitation (there is even a one-page
summary of these places that you can print and take
along with you...).
One thing to remember about Bali is that the island is
not too big - about 100 miles from North to South, and 175
miles from West to East. You can start after breakfast from
your hotel in Nusa
Dua, which is practically the southern most point of
the island, drive up North, and have lunch in Singaraja,
which is the northern most point of the island. Or you can
drive around the perimeter of the island, starting from
your hotel in the morning, and might even make it back before
supper. And that's doing it leisurely.