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Editorial May 2023

Tourists, Travelers, & Adventure-seekers…

Om swastiastu. Welcome to our April issue!

April is a month that insiders often recommend for visiting the Island of the Gods. The rainy season is over and the transition to the dry season brings with it cleaner beaches, sunny weather and slightly cooler temperatures. Average temperatures should hover around 27°C with the ocean temperature at about 28°C, perfect for all your water sports and just cooling off in the water. It may still rain from time to time, though mostly at night.

Easter weekend is typically a busy time in Bali due to holidays and long weekends in many countries. Hotels usually fill up slowly after the lull from January. Easter brunches will be offered at many hotels and restaurants. While on holiday in Bali, you’d want to maximize your travel budget while experiencing only the best. Take a look at our Hot Deals pages. Here, you’ll find the month’s hottest and most exciting deals in Bali’s most popular and renowned establishments. What with Good Friday and Easter coming, there are some good deals to be found here! Many of the deals featured here are available for a limited time only, so do check them out before their gone.

As visitors come and go, Bali’s unique culture remains strong. For nearly a thousand years, the Balinese have followed a unique form of Hinduism, now known as Agama Hindu Dharma: a descendant of the religion introduced to Bali by visiting Hindu gurus. Preserving cultural traditions are part of what makes Bali so special. The strong connection between the Balinese and their religion ensures that Bali retains its unique identity among SE Asia’s island destinations.

If you’ve had a wonderful time here in Bali, or have tried something exciting and new that you would like us to know about, contact us! We always love to hear from you. Reach us on Facebook (Baliplus Magazine) and Instagram (@baliplus). Tag us or send us messages with your favorite Bali photos and stories and we might just share it on our feed. Meanwhile, don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter via our website (www.baliplus.com) where you’ll find the latest updates, articles and blogs to help you on your visit.

‘Til next time, Om shanti Om, stay safe and welcome to Bali!

-The Bali Plus Team

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