Welcome to Bali the DESTINATION ULTIMATE. Bali is a land that seems to have a magnet at its very heart. It is a feeling that is difficult to understand unless experienced but once visited you are surely compelled to come back and you may even want to stay forever, such is its pull. Maybe it's Bali's beauty, its golden sandy beaches, maybe the friendly people, or maybe even the influence from spirits that certainly abode in this place. Undoubtedly the island of Bali in Indonesia is year after year voted by the readers of all major travel magazines the most enchanting travel and holiday destination in the whole world.
Lying just 8o south of the Equator, Bali can boast a tropical climate with just two seasons a year and an average temperature of around 28o Celsius, Bali of today is one of the twenty six provinces of the Republic of Indonesia, divided administratively between eight districts that take their names and boundaries from the island's old Hindu kingdoms. It's peaceful and tranquil surroundings baffle even the most seasoned travelers.
Be it your romantic honeymoon, a quite family sojourn or a corporate holiday, be assured that we are here to look after you and your needs, pamper you and your thoughts so that when you leave this enchanting island you not only carry your baggage along but also the beautiful memories of a wonderful times spent in Bali.
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you just have to sit back and enjoy, rest we take care of.Â Om canti canti canti om
WHO WE ARE
Maharaja Tours & Travel is one of the leading service
companies for leisure and MICE based in Bali.
Maharaja Tours & Travel is register under PT. Maharaja Tours
& Travel was establish in 2005 and design to accommodate
the service inbound Domestic & Asian Market for FIT & GIT
leisure and MICE.
Serving From The Heart
Our mission is simple â€œTo deliver the best service at the best
Maharaja Tours & Travel is an active member of the
association of the Indonesian Tours & Travel Agencies (ASITA)
License 0424 / XVII /DPP/2009) & AN Active member of the
Society of Indonesian Professional Convention Organizers
(SIPCO) License 040/X/D
Our main market are Domestic (Indonesia) & Asia especially
ASEAN (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippine, Vietnam,
Cambodia and India. We prefer to work based on B to B
concept as most of our client are from the travel agent.
We believe that creative drive of our management & staff to
succeed will ensure that our client will received the absolute
perfect personalized service and product delivery as our
PRODUCT & SERVICES
Airport Transfer, Meet & Greet
We meet & greet our entire Guest upon arrival
& assist the guest with the hotel transfer either
by Car, Limousine or Coach to ensure the
guest arrives at the hotel safe & Comfort.
We offer Exciting Half Day & Full Day
Excursion from the Landscape, Museum,
Galleries, Adventure program, Agro
tourism and many more.
When it comes to Group incentive travel,
Our Travel Planner understand the
complexity of the Group Incentive travel,
We do it all from the Budgeting, Selecting
the Venue, pre inspection with the
organizer before the event to get the better
understanding with the venue that will be
Personal Travel Arrangement.
We are Happy to assist you with all your
travel need from a readymade & Tailor
Made tour Package and creativity to meet
every travelers Budget.
We offer a wide range of comfortable
AC transportation for your selection
inclusive a Driver and petrol, Choose
anyone that is suit to your preference.
Our Hotel inventory continues to expand to
Destination & New Property from a resort, Villa,
Hotel, Guest House, and From Budget to a Luxury.
Fast Track arrival & Departure Assistant
We can arrange a fast track Arrival & Departure
assistant for your convenience. We take care of
your immigration paper work and help you with
pre check in procedure on your departure day.
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|Kuta / Legian / Seminyak
Kuta is the island's largest and most thriving tourist beach resort. It is close to the airport and has an enormous range of great value hotels, restaurants and shopping. If you like a busy beach scene and exciting nightlife, you will like Kuta and its neighboring Legian beaches.
Kuta is also great for families as there is so much to do, with Waterbom park a sure the action but more of a relaxed pace at their doorstep.
Seminyak, to the north again of Legian is the home of 'trendy' Bali. It has the most fashionable restaurants and nightlife as well as the most luxurious boutique hotels in the area.
Shopping here is more trendy with local designers flaunting their clothing and artistic creations in a much more modern vein.
This stretch of beaches has some great surfing and surf schools the beach is large and white and if you're not in the water be sure to enjoy a massage. See and be seen around here, and without doubt you will enjoy this exciting part of Bali.
Nusa Dua is located in Bali's southern-most tip and is better known as the island's 5 star beach resort enclave. The peaceful manicured setting is the home to a large percentage of the island's major international hotels and Leading Hotels of the World set on white sandy beaches.
The Bali International Convention center - the island's largest and world class convention facility - is also located here along with hotels such as The Westin Resort Bali, The Conrad, Nusa Dua Beach Hotel, Sheraton Laguna and Grand Hyatt to name a few... it seems that every palm lined street leads to 2 or 3 beautiful hotels.
This is also where you will find some of the best Spa's on the island and the world renowned Bali Golf & Country Club. Nusa Dua is a market / hawker free zone, although there are shops on the outskirts of the enclave. The main activity here is luxury and relaxation.
Tanjung Benoa extends north from Nusa Dua and is best known as a center for water sports. It is here that a more active style of tourism exists and where jet skiing, paragliding and 'flying fish' water sports thrive.
That being said it is also home to a number of good hotels including the All Inclusive Melia Benao, the Novotel Coralia and Grand Mirage resorts.
The beach reclamation project has increased the size of the white beaches significantly and it is an excellent base for a fishing trip under the cliffs of Uluwatu or a snorkeling trip to Turtle Island.
If you don't stay in Tanjung Benoa, come for the day and enjoy yourself on the clear warm waters.
Jimbaran is a stunning crescent of pure white sand and with seafood caf's set up on the beach at night it is an ideal place to enjoy the fisherman's catch with ice cold beer after a deep red sunset under the sparkling stars.
Besides being home to the world famous Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton Resorts, Jimbaran is famous for two things: its fresh seafood and its sunsets ideally enjoyed together with loved ones and close friends.
Watch the lights of the fishermen's' boats twinkle on the horizon as you listen to wandering acoustic guitar players and you will understand why this is one of the must do dinners for your stay in Bali.
Ubud is a relaxed place to stay or visit, with secluded hotels mirroring design aspects of the traditional house compounds and built into the verdant hillsides. Here the boutique and spa concepts of Bali thrive, with glorious examples such as the Four Seasons, Amandari, Begawan Giri and of course Alila shining out as some of the most exotic hotels in the world.
Ubud is the cultural and artistic heartland of Bali and home to one of the highest concentration of artists in the world. Perched on the gentle hillside leading towards the mountains and often trickled with cascading rice paddies, Ubud has attracted visitors interested in the Balinese arts and temples since the beginning of last century.
For shoppers and art lovers alike, Ubud is an oasis of creativity and value. From stunning art galleries to local art markets, Ubud has the best painting, wood carvings and gold and silver craftsmen you will find in the country. Visit the artists' studios, galleries or simply wander. You really need more than a day to appreciate Ubud, to wander its streets, eat in its cafes and explore its shops and galleries. The relaxed and creative ambience is intoxicating, and like a finely crafted wine, your time here will never be enough.
White water rafting and elephant trekking is also available near Ubud and is a must experience for anyone with a sense of adventure. We also recommend a trip to the volcano in the early morning for a light breakfast and then a mountain bike ride to one of our favourite restaurants in Ubud for lunch. Then again, why not go for an early morning walk through the rice paddies? And after you've burnt all that energy, the only way to wind down is in a luxury spa... If you think Bali is about beaches... stay or visit Ubud!
The locals are very friendly and you will be sure to warm to their laid-back attitude. The beach is white sand sheltered by a reef and as Sanur is not a surf beach it is great for swimming. There's no road along the beach here, so blissful beachside strolls are a must. There's also good shopping for local souvenirs and some boutiques and in general there is a lot more relaxed attitude to bargaining.
Sanur is a beautiful Balinese fishing village that has seamlessly integrated tourism into the structure and beauty of daily Balinese life. It is an ultimately more relaxed and up-market alternative to Kuta with more mid-range hotels than Nusa Dua. Good value restaurants, many right on the beach can be enjoyed by all.
The nightlife is reasonably quiet, although the nearby Jazz Bar & Grill is another alternative to venturing into nearby Kuta.
Sanur is home to the Bali Hyatt which has arguably some of the best and most expansive gardens of any 5 star resort along with beautiful beachfront. You will also find the popular Grand Bali Beach, Santrian Resorts and Segara Village. Sanur is also a great base for exploring the island due to its convenient location and lack of traffic. From here it is only a short drive to Ubud and beyond, giving you more time to explore the island!
The road to East Bali passes through the town of Klungkung, former capital of Bali and home to the impressive Kerta Gosa, 'Halls of Justice' which used to meter the law across the land. This is worth a visit for its beautiful ceiling paintings, examples of which can also be purchased from nearby artists.
Eastern Bali is in the shadow in the great Gunung Agung Volcano which dominates the landscape at 3142 meters, providing an awesome backdrop to the beautiful scenery. Gunung Agung is home to Bali's Mother Temple, Pura Besakih, which is perched high on the slopes on the volcano.
At Kusamba visit the Goa Lawah - Bat Cave - a mystical and important temple home to tens if not hundreds of thousands of bats. Further north at Tulamben, past the port of Padang Bai and near the small resort town of Candi Dasa, you can enjoy world class diving at the shipwreck USS Liberty - a 110m long ship torpedoed by the Japanese in WWII. Finally, visit the water palace of Tirta Gangga, after which you can return to the south or enjoy accommodation near Candi Dasa.
When thinking of Western Bali, there is 'west' as the island extends for some distance until it reaches the Java Straight. The most famous attraction is the nearby west of the island is Tanah Lot temple. Tanah Lot is a stunning temple built on a large outcropping of volcanic rock jutting from the ocean. It is one of the island's most sacred temples and is an awe-inspiring scene at sunset.
Before visiting the temple however, three other attractions lend themselves to be sought out, being the Mengwi Temple Complex, Alas Kedaton monkey forest and Margarana Memorial.
A visit to the stunning former royal temple complex is a fine example of architecture from this period of Balinese rule which ended in 1891 (the temple was originally built in 1634).