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Bali Timeshare Resale

Bali is known as the "home of the gods" for its incredible beauty and tropical climate. When you visit a Bali timeshare, the local commitment to tourism means you will be met with both a spirit of hospitality and places to see the natural habitats of many rare and beautiful animals. The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary near Ubud is home to thousands of monkeys who live in the trees and the temple at the center of their forest.

The Waterbom Bali in central Kuta is another great place for all ages, especially if you need a break from hiking through the heat. The massive water park has restaurants,.... Read More

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water slides, a lazy river, and relaxing spa sessions for tired parents in need of a break.

Enjoy the Elephants

The Elephant Safari Park in Taro has set the international standard for conservation and education while also giving tourists the chance to experience these gentle giants up close by feeding them, taking a ride on an elephant, and viewing elephant exhibits in the Safari Park's museum. Menjangan Island off Bali's northwest coast is a premier dive site where you can still see the beautiful coral reef, and its accompanying park has Mangrove forests and savannah and provides a home for several of Bali's endangered fish and bird species.

If the closets in your Bali timeshare need designer clothing and Bali souvenirs, then you'll want to visit Seminyak, shopping central on the island. Its two main malls, a large flea market where you can pick up great bargains, and many smaller shops and stalls lining the streets mean you will shop until you drop. In the same area, you'll find Seminyak, Kuta, and Legian beaches, so you can easily mix shopping with quality time at the beach.

Nightlife and Entertainment

At night, your Bali timeshare resort or hotel can connect you with local Balinese shows, dances, and events which are not to be missed. Many of the beaches and towns also have music, dancing, and drink specials so you never need to worry about a day ending too soon. During annual festivals and celebrations, you can often find parties going long into the night.

Bali's temples are unique to the island. Uluwatu Temple sits as its name suggests on a rocky ledge overlooking the sea on Bali's southwestern shore and the best time to visit is at sunset when the Kecak dance performances begin daily. The Pura Tirta Empul is a national heritage site with a large rectangular pool fed by mountain springs known as a sacred space for purification and ritual. The Pura Ulun Danu Bratan is a 17th-century temple along the shores of Lake Bratan where you will also find Buddhist stupas alongside the Hindu temple. Nearby, the Bali Botanic Garden is a great place to take the kids so they can play on the Tarzan swings, zip lines, and suspension bridges.

When to Visit

There's a lot to see and experience whenever you come to your Bali timeshare. March through May is the busiest season while September through February is the slowest. The Balinese winter, June through August, is the second-busiest time of year.