EXOTIC EAST ASIA
The small island of Bali is part of the Republic of Indonesia. It spans 180 kms from east to west and 80 kms north to south, with a total area of 5,632 square kilometres. It lies only 8 to 9 degrees south of the Equator, between the islands of Java and Lombok.
The island’s International Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS) is close to the capital of Denpasar in the island’s south, and is serviced by many major airlines.
|Flying Times to Bali, Indonesia|
|City||Flying Time||City||Flying Time|
|Jakarta||1.5 hours||Sydney||6 hours|
|Singapore||2 hours||Tokyo||7.5 hours|
|Hong Kong||4.5 hours||London||16 hours|
|Perth||3 hours||Los Angeles||18.5 hours|
Bali is located on a major fault line where the tectonic Indo Australian plate collides with the Sunda plate, creating its current six volcanoes, several of which are still active, with Mt Agung being the highest at 3,142 metres above sea level. Bali is just to the west of the Wallace Line, thus its rich volcanic soils support a mixture of Asian and Australasian wildlife species plus a cornucopia of tropical produce. The island is surrounded by coral reef, its coastal beaches offer white sand in its south and black in the north and west.