Bali is a small island in Indonesia which covers an area of 5780km2, located a few degrees south of the equator. To make sense of its size, here is a picture comparing the size of Bali to the size of Singapore (718.3km2).
Surrounded by the Indian Ocean and the Java Sea, Bali is home to more than 30 beaches, each with their own unique characteristics.
Notable beaches include Kuta Beach – popular among surfers, and Jimbaran Beach – a nice place for dinner at the beach.
Situated only 8 degrees south of the equator, the climate in Bali is relatively warm and humid throughout the year, with distinct rainy and dry seasons. The temperature fluctuates around 27 degrees Celsius all year round, making it the perfect beach holiday spot, especially for tourists in the Asia Pacific region.