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Bali is located at the heart of the Indonesian archipelago. Its north coast faces the Bali Sea, while the southern coast is lapped by the Indian Ocean. The island is just two kilometres off the eastern tip of Java. For all its cultural richness, Bali is a small island, less than 150km from east to west and only about 80km north to south. Bali has nearly three million people, most of whom still live in villages and small towns. Bali’s unique variant of Hinduism influences every aspect of island culture, from day-to-day village life to art, dance and music.
Bali is one of the most accessible destinations in Southeast Asia, with daily flights from most major cities in Asia and Australia. Travellers from the United States or Europe tend to fly via Singapore or Hong Kong. There are also domestic flights and ferry connections from the surrounding Indonesian islands.
Amandari is about one hour away from the Denpasar airport, and both Amankila and Amanusa are within easy reach for multiple resort breaks.