Bali

Tropical Splendor, the veritable melting pot for one and all

The island of Bali is one of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations with an evolving tourism industry that continues to welcome travellers from all walks of life. At just eight degrees south of the equator, Bali is the ultimate tropical island with a diverse landscape.

Life in Bali is coloured by a unique culture that is a blend of age-old tradition, religion and artistry. It is a spiritually charged island where the local Hindu community practices brand of faith based on the concept of achieving equilibrium between man, environment and God.

Bali is easily accessed by air and is serviced directly by all major airlines with daily flights from Australia, Europe, American and most Asian nations. Ngurah Rai International Airport is currently undergoing a massive expansion project to increase its annual handling capacity.

Jimbaran

The coastal village of Jimbaran is blessed with a thriving fishing industry and pristine beaches that are perfect for swimming and sunbathing. It is the preferred address for a number of prestigious hotels and resorts.

Jimbaran is the ideal anecdote to the stress and complications of the modern world. With secluded beaches and mesmerising sunsets, it is a veritable piece of paradise to live, work and play - Bali style. Jimbaran is just a 15-minute drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

Despite the impact of tourism, Jimbaran still retains its traditional roots and an inevitable sense of community. While other locations in south Bali have morphed into fast paced urban environments, Jimbaran is all about relaxed living.