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Denpasar (Bali)
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10
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137
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Cruises from Denpasar (Bali)

Bali is an Indonesian island at the western-most of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of Indonesia’s 33 provinces, with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. Bali is home to the most of Indonesia's Hindu minority, and also the largest tourist destination in the Archipelago. Activities on offer include white water rafting, jungle trekking, river kayaking, mountain cycling and scuba diving.

Visit the Elephant Safari Park & Lodge where you can feed and ride an elephant through the tropical jungle. An ideal place for families is the Circus Waterpark Bali with its exciting rides.

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Port Highlights

  • Established in 1959, the Bali Botanic Garden covers more than 154 hectares on the lower slopes of Gunung Pohen. Don’t miss out on the Panca Yadnya Garden which preserves plants used in ancient Hindu ceremonies. For an extra 12,000Rp you can drive your car through the gardens.

  • Ubud Monkey Forest houses three holy temples and is inhabited by over 600 grey-haired, long-tailed Balinese macques. You can enter the monkey forest through one of three gates but be careful, these cheeky animals are known for snatching and biting.

  • If you’re looking to relax and unwind, then Kuta Beach is for you. You can rent surfboards, lounge chairs, and umbrellas and enjoy legendary sunsets. Plenty of good bars and restaurants nearby.

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