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Bali Overseas Pre Wedding Photo Shooting

- Wedding gown, tuxedo and accessories
- Make up and hair style
- Transportation
- All high resolution photos
- 30 pcs photo retouch
- 8 x 12” 20 Pages wedding album

Overseas Pre-Wedding Package

Bali Flower Bali is a exotic island located in Indonesia, Southeast Asia. This energetic and fabulous travel attraction is renowned for its highly developed arts, including dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking and music. We surely you will discover most funny and delightful wedding experience from this tropical world. Let’s savour the sweetest moment and gain great wedding pictures from here. Bali Beach
Bali Sunset
Bali at a Glance

Bali is so picturesque that you could be fooled into thinking it was a painted backdrop: rice paddies trip down hillsides like giant steps, volcanoes soar through the clouds, the forests are lush and tropical, and the beaches are lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. The Bintang is tasty and plentiful and Bali's temples, ceremonies, beaches, mountains and passion for life are undiminished and more easily enjoyed than ever.

Bali Cliff
Weather Overview

Bali has a tropical climate with sunny days all around over year. The average temperature is over around 30°C
(mid-80s°F). The dry season (April to September) is generally sunnier, less humid. There are marked variations across the island. The coast is hotter, but sea breezes can temper the heat. As you move inland you also move up, so the altitude works to keep things cool - at times it can get chilly up in the highlands, and a warm sweater or light jacket can be a good idea in mountain villages. The northern slopes are always seem to be wet and misty, while the east coast is nearly always dry and sunny. A cool breeze always seems to spring up in the evening. It provides a refreshing mood for you and your love.

Bali Weather
Bali Blue Sky
Getting Around

The main forms of public transport on Bali are the cheap buses and bemos that run on more or less set routes within or between towns. If you want your own transport, you can take taxi or rent a car, motorcycle or bicycle. The Balinese drive on the left, use their horns a lot and give way to traffic pulling onto the road. Tourist shuttle buses, running between the major tourist centres, are more expensive than public transport but are also more comfortable and convenient.

Time Zones: GMT/UTC +8

Electricity: 127/230V 50Hz

Country: Dialing Code +62

Languages Spoken: Indonesian and many local people can also speaker English

Currency: Rupiah (Rp) and US dollar


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