Sightseeing in Bali, Indonesia remains one of the most rewarding experiences for travellers who book tickets on flights arriving here. The article sheds light on some of the wonderful gems that truly reward these visitors.

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The captivating island of Bali is a paradise par excellence. Holidaymakers booking tickets aboard flights to the enchanting islet enjoy the golden prerogative of beholding the magnificent marvels that grace its nooks and crannies. There is an array of fascinating temples, pristine beaches, wonderful marine parks and many other attractions that cordially greet visitors and overwhelm them with flurry of emotions. Here is a brief guide to some of the sightseeing wonders that leave holidaymakers gloating over their decision of spending on tickets on flights that land in Bali, Indonesia.

Kuta Beach
This one is a compelling stop for almost every vacationer who lands on the shores of Bali for taking delights in the best of islet. Located on the western side of the island’s isthmus, the scenic beach remains the most famous seaside destination among hordes of travellers who invest on tickets aboard flights. Once drenched in rustic charm, the shore has now transformed into a tourist hub thriving with accommodations, dining and shopping options. July to August is generally regarded the peak season in terms of weather and the period around the Christmas and New Year.

Besakih Temple
The ancient Besakih is revered as the “Mother Temple of Bali”. Majestically sitting on the slopes of Mount Agung, it remains the biggest and most sacred of all the Balinese temples. The holy place is derived from Dragon God believed to dwell in the hills. Pura Penataran Agung is one of the largest temples within the complex that boasts different areas displaying seven layers of the universe. Other key features include Pura Pasimpangan on the east off the Main Street and Pura Pangubengan offering some of the most picturesque vistas of the island. A good number of vacationers who spend on tickets for flights arriving in Bali plan a sightseeing tour to this enticing place of worship.

Legian
Legian is one of the most happening destinations in Bali. It is the very place where one can indulge in a shopping spree, orgy of eating and swim to one’s heart’s content. The seaside gem is rich in colourful aura and sits along with Double Six (Blue Ocean) Beach on the northern side. With fewer crowd, lower tides and panoply of lavish resorts sitting in tandem, it makes for a sweet escape for those who seek to spend some time in the lap of luxury as well as nature. In addition, it also boasts some wonderful bars and clubs that offer ample of opportunities for a night of revelry.

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