Bali, Asia’s Ultimate Gay Travel Destination?

Published Date Author: , September 12th, 2012

It is important that Lesbian and Gay travellers have the opportunity to express themselves, however they desire while on vacation, without fear of discrimination or hassle. I’ve travelled to Bali several times, with my long-term partner, and would highly recommend this exotic and exciting place for Gay and Lesbian travel. I’ve never experienced anything but the warmest of welcomes on my extensive travels around this very friendly and developing country.

As Bali is already a popular ‘gay’ travel destination, especially with Australians and Europeans, you are likely to meet new friends from overseas as well as mixing with the charming and hospitable locals. The wide range of hotels and resorts located in Bali will appeal to the many differing needs of our community. Bali has something to offer whatever your specific requirements.

I personally don’t think it’s really necessary to use a specific lesbian and gay tour operator to travel around, unless you feel more confident having somebody plan your itinerary or your have a tight deadline. Travel around Bali is both very easy and cheap. Most people in the tourist areas speak good English, so communication is never a problem.

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meanswhat? Roger said on September 23, 2012, 8:16 am:

Much as I agree that Bali is a wonderful place for a break , please think of visiting other parts of Indonesia, especially Java. Forget Jakarta. It’s just a humid traffic jam waiting to move …. go down south to Jogjakarta, the cultural capital of Java. Take a walk along Jalan Malioboro to Mirota Batik and call in for a look at one of the most fascinating shops in the whole country. Try Raminten for an evening meal ….. the ambience is just amazing. And for a whole day’s adventure, head off to one of the numerous beaches on the coast or pay a visit to Candi Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple.

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