The island is a devinely beautiful place, blessed with bountiful nature, a land of emerald green rice fields, languid blue lakes, crashing and cascading streams, endless golden beaches protected by spectacular coral reefs, stark volcanoes, and cool mountain peaks. Bali has long been wellknown as the Paradise Island. A vibrant culture, unique art, ceremonies, friendly people, and scenic beauty make Bali an almost unreal island in today’s changing world.
Life in Bali is always related to “Tri Hita Karana” or a tripartite concept that includes the spiritual relationship among human, The Creator, and environment.
It seems that every person is an artist in some subjects, whether it is painting, weaving, carving, basketry, etc., or even in decorations which are performed at many shrines in public areas, streets, paddy fields or homes. The Villagers spend their time doing these art activities which are well taught from a very young age. The soul of the Balinese is in their religion, so they convey their its expressions in the arts.
It would be impossible to overstate the importance of rice or padi to the Balinese. Paddies hug the steep contours of every available hillside and valley, earthdykes lace the fertile plains is a checkboard of verdant hues and watery squares of silver.
It the irrigation cooperatives that were established centuries ago have been channelling Bali’s life-giving water across an immense system of tunnels, canals, weirs and dams. Subak is the organisation of farmers who work adjacent fields and share water from common sources; historial evidence traces this system to at least the 11th century. And today in Bali there are over 1,200 Subaks coordinating the irrigation of a combined 200,000 hectares of paddy field.
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, Bali for few years has been awarded as the World Best Island by the International Travel Magazine.
Bali provides complete tourist facilities such as hotels, villas, resorts, small accommodations, restaurants, bar, beaches, adventures meeting facilities and the like
Now, Bali has many venues for meeting, conventions, exhibitions, and seminars. The island is an ideal place to execute the meeting and exhibition, there are many big events have been conducted in this island.