Don’t be surprised if you find yourself amongst Australians in plenty when you visit Bali. Some say it is sometimes like living in mini Australia because many of the tourists and expats living in Bali are foreigners and approximately seventy percent constitutes Australian nationals.
Bali to a traveller is known as the island of the Gods and Australians love everything about Bali. The look, the feel, the culture and even the local Balinese cuisine have a strong impact on most Australians who visit the island nation throughout the year.
The reasons why many Australians love holidaying in Bali are many. One of the main reasons is because of the warmth and the friendliness the Balinese people radiate. Most Australian expats never feel away from home or out of place when they come to Bali for the first time, thanks to the residents who make every step of their lives worth being and living in Bali. The island city has now become a second home for Australians already for more than three decades now and many of them have started investing in property across the island city.
For some Australians with large families, the island city is cost effective, with great deals and bargains on almost everything, from shopping, food, partying, clubbing, sports, real estate and even living expenses as well. Some Australians say that even when they are busy having fun or shopping around, they put much trust in the Balinese villa staff or hired babysitter to take care of their kids. It is a matter of opinion when safety concerns are discussed. Any place can be hazardous and safe; it depends on where you live and most importantly HOW YOU LIVE.
Bali if compared to other island nations in Asia in regards to fun or settlement is much cheaper. If you’re planning to visit Bali with a big family, this island nation wouldn’t rip open your wallets. Many Australians in Bali prefer to check out Bali villa Rent to book a suitable holiday villa accommodation even for big families who prefer to come along. The Seminyak and greater Seminyak area is good for fun, shopping and other local activities to enjoy for the whole family.
Final tips and words of advice for Australians coming into Bali would be;
1. It is still affordable to buy property in Bali however sources say that it would get costlier in the near future.
2. Tickets to Bali from Australia and holiday accommodation rentals in Bali are still reasonably priced.
3. Oberoi “eat street” is a place you should visit for when in Bali offering top class restaurants and eateries.
4. Bali is safe and the government is putting all his efforts to sustain the popularity of Bali as the most favourite holiday destination in Asia.