Jimbaran is the northernmost town on the Bukit peninsula, located only a few kilometers from the international airport. At the base, Jimbaran is a small fishing village, the fish market is still present and constitutes a must stop. Since the 1980s, many beach resorts have been established in Jimbaran, prestigious hotels have been built here as well as many residential properties on the heights, offering their owners a breathtaking view of Jimbaran Bay. Despite its fast development, Jimbaran remains very attached to the local traditions. Many temples are present and are home to many celebrations and other religious parades. The beaches of Jimbaran are magnificent, with some of the best fish restaurant, where visitors can enjoy fresh produce in an idyllic setting.
The Indonesian real-estate market is flourishing and attracts a lot of foreign investors. Thanks to an important purchasing power for European in Indonesia, an easy home ownership, very high rental returns, minimum taxes, a nice quality of life and an attractive cost of living, Indonesia is one of the perfect places to invest.
From November to April, it is the wet season, which is characterized by hot and humid climates. Temperatures easily reach 32 degrees, with high moisture (75%). Rains are heavier from December to February.
The dry season takes place from May to October. There is a mild climate with nice temperatures (around 27 degrees). Even during the dry season, the weather can be rainy but that's short duration rainfalls which are mainly at the end of the day. The perfect period to visit Bali corresponds to the months of May, June and September in order to enjoy less crowded places with a nice weather and temperatures.
The months of June and July correspond to peak tourist affluences. Tourist resorts are taken by storm, prices are at their highest and places are crowded. However, visitors enjoy a perfect sunny weather during this mild and dry month.
"Pasar Ikan Tradedional Kedonganan" or "Jimbaran Fish Market" is the main maritime market of Bali. It is an internal market where overlap the fish stands, which is right on the beach. In the early morning, fishermen land their freshly caught fish and put them directly on sale on small displays. It is an ideal place for fish enthusiasts looking for a product of a unique quality. The prices are very low and the products are of a high purity. Discovering the Jimbaran market is a way to enjoy the Balinese way of life.The visit of the market is ideal for the organization of reception or barbecue with friends.
Uluwatu SurfSpot is one of the most famous surf spots in the world. It was discovered as a surfing destination in 1972, when shooting a movie supposed to show the quality of the Balinese waves. There is no road leading directly to the spot, it is reached on foot, after crossing a path carved by the surfers in a gigantic cliff. Once at the foot of the cliff, it is necessary to wait until the tide is low enough to be able to go in the water and to confront the enormous waves. This spot is reserved for surfers with a confirmed level.
Dreamland beach is part of the collection of the hidden beaches of Bali. It is a white sand beach that is isolated by limestone cliffs bordering the northeast coast of the Bukit Peninsula. Over time, the beach has become more accessible, especially thanks to the development of many real estate projects. Dreamland beach is a beach that has a lot of charm and is a popular destination for beach lovers and surfers.
Bali, also known as the "Island of the Gods" is a corner of paradise like no other on earth. Situated in the Indonesian archipelago, the Island of Bali is considered as one of the most enchanting travel and holiday destination all around the world. This dynamic place has succeeded in maintaining its uniqueness and magic over the years thanks to its white sandy beaches, countless waves, gorgeous natural sites as well as its colourful ceremonies, its welcoming communities and their stunning culture.
Balinese are mainly Hindu and have a close relationship to nature. All the Island is full of temples and every Balinese home has one inside. Regarding the economy o...