'What a souvenir. One whiff and I'm right back there.'
Ten of the best experience you can have in Bali while avoiding the tourist hordes.
If you're going to splash out on a international business class flight this might be the one that hurts the hip-pocket the least.
Its reputation as a five-star airline and one of the world's top 10 airlines seems well-deserved.
There's a first time for everything – including the almost compulsory visit to Bali.
There's no such thing as boredom here. Kuta and Legian beaches are about a 10-minute walk away.
Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua is a tropical Balinese paradise with a nice big dollop of French flair on top.
Bali has transformed itself into a mecca for serious foodies, with the restaurant scene outpacing the frantic building of resorts, day spas and infinity pools.
Tourists flock to this tiny jewel in Indonesia's crown for many good reasons: the stunning; luminous green rice paddies that stretch for miles; monkeys that run amok at ancient temples; or the ripping volcanoes that dominate the landscape. Wild, untamed surf beaches are a short distance from high-end clubs and restaurants. Despite its popularity, you can still find nooks that remain untouched by tourism.