Land of the sleeping gods in the sacred mountains, Bali marks the spirits by its conviviality, its sense of the traditions and the festival. Backpacker or family, you will appreciate Bali is a province of Indonesia located near the islands of Java and Lombok in the Indian Ocean. Its capital is Denpasar, located south of the island. It is part of the Small Islands of Sunda and hosts more than 3 million inhabitants despite its area, smaller than Corsica. But what do you know about Bali? It is the only island to favor the Hindu religion in the largest Muslim country in the world. Indeed, the religion punctuates the days because the Balinese pray and make offerings to their gods several times a day. Religious festivals are known around the world for colorful traditional costumes. Dances are taught to very young children as the technique is long and tedious. Balinese culture is deeply rooted. You will be able to visit many religious monuments including the temples of Tanah Lot and Uluwatu for their exceptional situation? but we do not tell you more! Several museums in Denpasar or Ubud, the cultural capital will allow you to better know Bali by its culture but especially by its arts (painting, sculpture, crafts). But there is so much to do in Bali if you love nature and the scenery. Ride a motorbike to travel the miles of roads through paddy fields and dormant volcanoes. Bali is full of fabulous natural sights nestled in the heart of its forests and caves. The natural parks offer a choice depending on the age: hiking in the natural park of Bali in search of the starling Rothschild, and water garden for children. Admittedly, the plane ticket is overpriced and the flight time is scary to get to Bali but once there, the cost of living is very affordable and it is a real holiday that awaits you with warmth and dreamy landscape.