The Indonesian island of Bali is known for its natural beauty, its yoga and meditation retreats, and the solace it offers in a beautiful, calm environment. The Balinese culture gives much importance to the spiritual relationship between the human soul and God. This is where their idea of life in harmony with nature stems from.


Bali is also known for its rice paddies, coral reefs, beaches and volcanic mountains, forested under layers and layers of the green. Many religions sites also find their home in Bali.

  1. Waterfalls and the lap of nature


Bali has a number of waterfalls for you to visit. One of them, namely Yeh Mampeh Waterfall, is one of the highest waterfalls in Bali, which is evident from its name that means ‘flying water’. It is advised to stay away from the middle of the fall of water since the pressure is very high at that point, since it falls from such a great height.

There is also the Nungnung Waterfall that spans a huge area around rice terraces, giving visitors a wonderful view of both colours natural.

  1. Taman Ayun Temple


Reflecting the traditional building structure of the Balinese cultural, called Meru, the famous Taman Ayun Temple is one of the major tourist attractions in the city. The very name means ‘beautiful gardens’, explaining the picturesque sight that the temple offers. It has been a temple of great importance since ancient times, even for the kingdom of Mengwi.

Bali has lush green patches all across the city, and offers an escape into the natural to its tourists. Once you go to Bali, you will always want to visit again!

Oman Air flies you to Bali all week.