Bali is located just south of the equator and is one of the 18,110 islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago. Its location puts the island at the crossroads of international travel routes, thus making Bali easily accessible from all over the world. The island enjoys a tropical climate all year round with temperatures averaging 30 degrees Celsius in the day time. The wet season (November to March) brings rain showers and cool breezes, whilst the dry season (April to October) brings cool breezes and sunny blue skies.
Bali is connected to the rest of the world by over 15 international airlines and more than 10 domestic airlines. These airlines provide easy access to all major regional hubs, ensuring ease of access for conference and meeting delegates.
The warm and gentle hospitality of the Balinese people represents the unique touch that establishes this island as a truly unique MICE destination. An island of spectacular natural beauty and rich culture, Bali offers delegates an experience to explore and discover the real meaning of an exotic Asian destination.
The majority of the population of Bali are Hindu, and visitors to the island will see how the spirituality of the people mixes harmoniously with everyday life.
An exotic destination within an exotic island, Sanur is synonymous as a coastal area of Bali, which retains its tranquility, culture and village charm. On the south eastern coast of Bali, Sanur offers an unhurried pace, rich in ceremonies and festivals, distinctive Balinese architecture and vast tropical gardens that fringe the shores of the Indian ocean. And at the heart of it all are the gentle and friendly Balinese people, who love to share their way of life.