The island is deservedly popular as a honeymoon destination because of its long sandy beaches, warm blue water and picturesque landscape of green hills, tropical jungles, rivers and volcanoes.
Honeymooners are also attracted by the friendly, welcoming local population and Bali’s cultural heritage. The Balinese people are proud of their unique Hindu culture, which can be seen in the numerous ceremonies, festivals, temples and palaces. Gods and spirits have been an important part of Bali's daily life for hundreds of years. Gunung Agung – Bali's holy mountain – is internationally regarded as one of the eight "Chakra" points of the world.