Love Bali invites you to join in supporting the tourism industry, with a focus on protecting the culture and natural environment of Bali.

As a form of support that aims to protect the customs, traditions, arts and culture, and local wisdom of the Balinese people. Bali will impose levy for the international tourist.
Efforts and innovations will continue to be made for maintenance the culture and the natural environment in Bali. There will also continue to be an improvement in the quality of services.

Places of Interest

The most well-known place in Bali, to make your holiday perfect and dont be missed!


Pantai Pandawa

Pandawa Beach may still sound unfamiliar and not-so-famous for today. But this beach has a million charms that have not been exposed and are still squeezed by limestone cliffs. Situated in the village of kutuh, Sub-District of South Kuta, Badung Regency, it is located approximately 3 km from the tourist area of Nusa Dua and Uluwatu Temple. Originally, Pandava Beach is known as the Secret Beach, because it’s hidden behind a row of rocky hills which is just overgrown by bushes. But now access to get there is easier to follow by motor vehicles. Road access are intentionally made by splitting towering limestone hills creating the view around the beach being very exotic. By the beaches, the limestone cliffs are perforated and engraved with beautiful sculpture characters as the place of the Five Pandava in the Mahabharata story. The Panorama of the beach is so beautiful and charming. With clean white sand with a bluish-green ocean waters, this beach is very suitable for bathing or swimming as the waves break in the middle of the sea. It is located to the East, make us possible to enjoy such a beautiful sunrise at the beach. The other charm of Pandawa Beach is the activity of seaweed farmers along the coast. In addition, we can see the activity of paragliding and motor trail up the Hill. Because the beach is located in line with Gunung Payung Beach, Kutuh Village, so we can enjoy a beautiful view of the waterfall of Gunung Payung Beach that spills to the beach.   Photo Source :

Pantai Pandawa

kuta selatan, Kabupaten Badung

Water Blow

kuta selatan, Kabupaten Badung

Yeh Panas Penatahan

tabanan, Kabupaten Tabanan


manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem

Pantai Watu Klotok

klungkung, Kabupaten Klungkung

Ekowisata Bukit Cemeng

bangli, Kabupaten Bangli

Desa Wisata Taman Sari / Undisan

tembuku, Kabupaten Bangli


Every year, millions of people flock to Bali to witness the spectacular, extravagant religious events and artistry of the Island.

Latest Event

Lovina Festival

The Lovina Festival is an annual event held in Lovina Beach, located on the northern coast of Bali, Indonesia. Lovina Beach is known for its black sand beaches, dolphin watching tours, and tranquil atmosphere. The festival celebrates the unique culture, heritage, and natural beauty of the Lovina area. The Lovina Festival typically features a variety of cultural performances, music concerts, art exhibitions, culinary showcases, and sporting events. Visitors to the festival can expect to enjoy traditional Balinese dance performances, live music concerts featuring local and international artists, art exhibitions highlighting the work of local artists, and culinary events showcasing traditional Balinese cuisine. The Lovina Festival is a popular event that attracts visitors from all over Bali and beyond who are interested in experiencing the unique culture and natural beauty of Lovina Beach. It provides a vibrant celebration of the area's cultural heritage and serves as a showcase for the local community's talents and traditions. As with any festival, specific dates and events may vary from year to year, so it's a good idea to check with local tourism authorities or event organizers for the most up-to-date information if you're planning to attend the Lovina Festival. Date: July 2024

See what is happening in Bali right now.

Bali, is paradise island of Indonesia, offers a rich diversity of experiences that you will never forget. What are the latest news and updates about Bali?

bali is ready to welcome delegates of the 10th world water forum 2024

Bali will host the 10th World Water Forum (WWF) in 2024, an international event focusing on global water issues. With meticulous preparations, Bali is ready to welcome thousands of delegates from around the world.   Theme and Objectives The 10th WWF carries the theme "Water for Shared Prosperity," highlighting the importance of water as a vital resource for common welfare. The forum aims to: 1. Raise Awareness and Commitment: Increase global awareness of water challenges and foster collective commitment to sustainable solutions. 2. *International Collaboration: Promote cooperation between countries, sectors, and communities in water management. 3. *Innovation and Technology: Introduce and promote the latest innovations and technologies in water management. 4. *Policy Solutions: Discuss and formulate strategic policies that can be implemented in various countries to address water crises. Agenda and Activities The forum will feature various activities, including: - Plenary Sessions and Thematic Discussions: In-depth discussions on water issues such as water resource conservation, waste management, clean water access, and sanitation. - Technology Exhibitions: Showcasing innovative technologies and solutions from various companies and institutions in the water sector. - Workshops and Training: Educational and training sessions aimed at enhancing participants' capacities in water management. - Youth and Community Forums: Facilitating the participation of youth and local communities in seeking sustainable water solutions.   Indonesia's Role As the host, Indonesia plays a strategic role in strengthening regional and global cooperation in the water sector. The Indonesian government hopes that through this forum, various local and global water issues can be addressed more effectively, promoting sustainable and environmentally-friendly economic growth. Expectations and Impact The 10th WWF in Bali is expected to produce concrete agreements and initiatives with long-term impacts on global water management. The forum is also expected to: - Strengthen Water Diplomacy: Enhance diplomatic relations between participating countries through closer cooperation in the water sector. - Capacity Building: Improve stakeholders' capacity in managing water resources more effectively. - Public Awareness: Raise global public awareness of the importance of water conservation and sustainable management. With a variety of activities and broad participation from around the world, the 10th WWF in Bali is anticipated to be a turning point in global efforts to ensure clean and safe water for everyone. Bali, with its natural beauty and rich culture, will witness the world's commitment to a better water future. Bali’s Preparation as Host As an international tourist destination, Bali is preparing all facilities and infrastructure to host this major event. 1. Infrastructure Improvement: The local government of Bali, along with the central government, is enhancing infrastructure, including road repairs, increasing the capacity of Ngurah Rai International Airport, and developing public transportation facilities. 2. Conference Facilities: Bali International Convention Centre (BICC) will be the main venue for the 10th WWF, equipped with advanced technology and conference rooms that can accommodate thousands of participants. 3. Accommodation and Services: Various accommodation options from five-star hotels to homestays are being prepared to ensure adequate room availability and high-quality services for delegates. Supporting services such as restaurants, cafes, shopping centers, and transportation have also been prepared. 4. Security and Health: Strict health protocols will be implemented, including the provision of COVID-19 testing facilities, vaccinations, and emergency medical services. Delegates' security will be ensured with increased patrols and surveillance. 5. Promotion and Community Participation: International promotion is actively conducted to attract global participation. Local community involvement is encouraged through training and socialization about the importance of the 10th WWF for Bali. 6. Economic and Environmental Impact: The presence of thousands of participants will have a direct economic impact, increasing revenue for the local tourism industry. The 10th WWF also brings an important message about water conservation and sustainable tourism, aligning with Bali's efforts to develop more environmentally friendly tourism. With thorough preparations and strong commitment from various parties, Bali is ready to host the 10th WWF, showcasing its capabilities and beauty to the world while contributing to global solutions for water issues.

indonesian minister of tourism and creative economy and head of bali tourism office join forces for environmental conservation through mangrove tree planting

Tourism is not just about enjoying the beauty of nature but also about protecting and preserving it for future generations. Recently, the Indonesian Minister of Tourism, along with the Head of the Bali Tourism Office, took concrete steps in environmental conservation by participating in mangrove tree planting activities in the coastal areas of Bali. This activity is part of the government's commitment to maintaining environmental sustainability, aligning with global efforts to protect coastal and mangrove ecosystems that are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and human activities. Mangroves, with their strong root systems and ability to withstand coastal erosion, provide habitat for various flora and fauna species and play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of marine ecosystems and protecting coastal areas from natural disasters such as floods and storms. In this mangrove tree planting event, the Minister of Tourism and the Head of the Bali Tourism Office actively participated in the planting process. They also invited local communities, tourism stakeholders, and volunteers to join the activity, demonstrating collective awareness and commitment to environmental preservation. This activity not only symbolizes the government's concern for the environment but also serves as a momentum to raise awareness about the importance of environmental conservation, especially among those in the tourism sector. By strengthening the relationship between tourism and environmental conservation, it is hoped that sustainable and responsible tourism development patterns can be created. In addition to its ecological benefits, mangrove tree planting activities also have positive social impacts, such as creating job opportunities for local communities, increasing environmental awareness, and strengthening a sense of community in protecting the shared living environment. With continued efforts like this, it is hoped that Bali can maintain its unique natural beauty and serve as an example for other tourism destinations in implementing sustainable development principles. We all have a role to play in preserving the environment, and concrete steps like mangrove tree planting are significant initial steps towards a better future for our planet.


Coming Soon

This exciting feature goes live on the sweetest day of the year – February 14th, 2024!

Love Bali Application as the Implementation of Bali Province Regional Regulation Number 6 of 2023 concerning Levy for Foreign Tourists for the Protection of Balinese Culture and Natural Environment.