Denpasar is the capital city of Bali. It is also the central entrance to this beautiful island. It is a centre for other cities in the Lesser Sunda Islands. With the rapid development of tourism in Bali, Denpasar played a huge role in this industry. Hence, adding to it to the highest growth rate in Bali Province. Based on the survey in 2007, the population of Denpasar was 897,302. It is a beautiful and lively island. There are many fun and exciting activities that you can do on this island like snorkelling and exploring nature.
The busiest period for tourism in Bali / Denpasar, Indonesia is from early August, followed by October and June. Charges for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you are booking in advance. Tourists are not to be expected to visit Bali / Denpasar in December. Persons who ready to visit at these days will likely find it the lowest expensive month. During this pandemic of Covid-19, ensure always to stay safe and do not forget to wear a face mask and sanitized your hand regularly.
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Akita Airport - Akita Airport is a local/second class airport situated 14 km (8.7 mi) southeast of Akita Station in the city of Akita, in Akita Region, Japan. The recent Akita Airport was launched at its present location on 26 June 1981 and was the first national airport in the Tōhoku region of Japan to have a 2500-meter runway. In 1985, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF) established a search and rescue unit based at Akita Airport. As of 2016, it is equipped with UH-60J and U-125A aircraft for SAR purposes. An international terminal was established on 5 July 1993, starting scheduled flights to South Korea.
Rai International Airport - Rai International Airport is the most crucial airport in Bali. It is located 13.2 km south of Denpasar area. It is the second busiest airport in Indonesia after Soekarno–Hatta International Airport. It served more than 23,779,170 passengers in 2008. It is a category IX airport which can provide wide-body aircraft including the Boeing 744 and Airbus A380. Airport Council International awarded this airport as the world's third-best airport in 2016 based on their excellent customer services. It was named after I Gusti Ngurah Rai, a brave Balinese hero who fought bravely during the Indonesian Revolution in 1946. There is no flight available from Akita Airport to Rai International Airport now.
Bali is a tropical, warm, and humid weather all year round - with two main distinctive seasons which is Dry Season and Rainy Season. On average, the temperatures are always high. Rainy season falls in January, February, March, and December yearly. The coldest month is August with an average maximum temperature of 29.2°C (84°F). The warmest month is January with an average maximum temperature of 31.2°C (87°F). January is the rainiest month. This month should be averted if you are not a big fan of rain while August is the driest month.
Bali Museum - The museum was constructed in 1931 by architect P.J. Moojen, near the place of the former royal palace of Denpasar, which had been damaged to the ground during the Dutch intervention in Bali (1906), and used it as a model for its outside walls and courtyards. It is situated on the east side of the central square of Denpasar, Taman Puputan.
Bali Bird Park - Bali Bird Park is one of the tourist attractions in Bali, Indonesia. It is located at the Gianyar Regency. It has a wide area of more than 2,000 square metres (0.49 acres). It is home for more than 1.000 birds representing more than 250 species in a covered birdcage.
Bajra Sandhi Monument - Bajra Sandhi Monument is a memorial to the battles of the Balinese people throughout history. It is located in front of the Bali Governor's Office in Denpasar, Bali. If you want to learn more about the battles in Bali, you can visit this monument.
Planning is a good way to go traveling, be it domestically or internationally, but don’t disregard the fact that things can and most likely would not go as planned. This could either be due to suddenly the activity you want to do is unavailable or if more logistical issues force you to think of other ways to do things. Keep in mind that plan is a good base, but when you are traveling and there are a lot of external factors involved, it will be a different kind of adventure.
There is a saying that doesn’t keep all your money with your person when you travel, but that doesn’t mean you should not bring extra money at all. Keep extra credit and atm cards with you when you travel. This will help greatly when things go south and believe me, it probably will. Keeping cards instead of cash with your person is better and safer.
This will come in handy when you are traveling to a place where English is not their first, second, or only language at all. It is best to learn some local words that can help you through the trip, especially in terms of direction, transportation, medical, and such. Plus, it will open a ton of network opportunities with the locals to be able to be among them. You will be able to make friends and discover some hidden gems you never thought you would find.
This might sound ridiculous but it is important nonetheless. We tend to underestimate ourselves and assume we have it all in our heads. It is best to have it with you at all times because when you need a specific direction back, you can refer to it easily. It is best to keep it on paper as well because you will never know when the handy-dandy technology will fail you when you need it the most.
We are not going minimalist here, but minimalism can help you get more things done. In order to determine how many you should bring with you, you should always go back to the question of where and what. Where are you going? What will you be doing? This will bring you back to the consideration if you do a lot of walking, then it is best to bring something you are comfortable with. The key example is to wear your everyday clothes because you know what you are comfortable with to go about your day. Don’t overthink too much on a “just in case” situation because that is the number one trap to bring more with you and in the end, it will just make your bag heavier with things you can either reuse or get easier there.
Be it whether you are traveling domestic or international, it is important to gear yourself up with travel insurance. Traveloka itself provides travel insurance from Chubbs. This is pretty much self-explanatory because you will never expect what could happen when you are abroad. Even if you are traveling domestically, should things go out of your control such as accidents or sickness, you will have the leverage of insurance coverage.
Despite the beauty of the world, it is not necessarily a safe one. Even if you are doing a solo trip, always keep in touch with your family and/or friends. Let them have a copy of your itinerary so that they have an idea of where you are. Keep them close in contact each day and let them know when you are changing locations during your trip.
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