Unofficially christened as the 'Island of the Gods', Bali tourism has witnessed unprecedented growth in the last few decades. Bali sits in the middle of Indonesia, decked with an abundance of mountains, rocky coastlines and sandy beaches. On your Bali holiday start with Canggu - a village of the coast of Seminyak, home to numerous beaches, hike up Mount Batur to watch a spectacular sunrise and visit the Tanah Lot Temple to witness a majestic sunset. You could also go to the Pura Taman Saraswati Temple that is festooned with lotus blooms in reverence to Goddess Saraswati. The Monkey Forest in Ubud is amongst the exciting places to visit in Bali. While still in Ubud, the cultural capital of Bali, learn about Balinese culture from the motley of dances, historical sites and eclectic temples. For a laid-back day, spend the day lounging by the pristine white waters of the Dreamland Beach. Among other major attractions of Bali are the three remote islands of Gili. A ferry ride away, this is a must visit for a range of watersports and legendary parties. Bali has a fill of options for adventure seekers - bungee jumping, paragliding, hiking, mountain cycling, snorkelling and scuba diving are almost mandatory experiences. For something more laidback, go for a sunrise boat trip to watch dolphins. Don’t leave this Indonesian island without feasting on the local delicacies like Pisang Goreng, Mie Goreng, and Nasi Goreng. Bali tourism is booming because of the natural beauty that the place holds and other things like cultural and religious scenes. Make sure you understand and keep Bali currency handy during your Bali trip. Bali tourism tops the list when compared to other states of Indonesia. If you're planning to visit Bali, this Bali travel guide will help you plan an exciting and enriching trip.