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Indonesian Rupiah

1 Indonesian Rupiah equals
0.0048 Indian Rupee


Jan: 26
Feb: 27
Mar: 29
Apr: 27
May: 26
Jun: 29
Jul: 28
Aug: 29
Sep: 28
Oct: : 27
Nov: 27
Dec: 26


General Information:

Indonesia is located on an archipelago named Lesser Sunda Island. It is a province of Indonesia and also includes islands like Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan. Bali is world famous for its beauty and cultural art. Nature has gifted Bali with two volcanic mountains and huge coral reefs and pristine beaches.

Bali has an international airport and so it welcomes flights from around the world. Ahmedabad and Mumbai are very well connected to Bali through Air. You can also take a cruise for Bali. One can hire motorbikes, cars or even bicycles to go from one place to another.


Indonesian  is separated from Java, a fellow Indonesian island by the Bali Strait. Mount Agung is the highest mountain peak in Bali. It is an active volcano. It is said that this Volcano can have a massive volcanic eruption in the next 100 years. The presence of the volcanic sand makes the land of Bali extremely fertile for the cultivation of Rice, Coffee, and other vegetable.

Bali is the administrative head of the islands like Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan which are separated from Bali by the Badung Strait. The average temperature throughout the year in Bali is around 30° C and it remains fairly humid. Moreover, Bali is gifted with a varied flora and fauna.

History And Culture:

History suggests that Bali was first inhibited by the Austronesian people who had resemblance with people from the Philippines and South China. These people introduced technologies of rice cultivation to Bali. The people of Bali started developing tools from stone and bronze. They also made weapons from these elements. In the 800 CE, evidence supports the growth of Hinduism and Buddhism in Bali. Buddhist inscriptions from this time have been found in Bali. Many scriptures were written in Sanskrit, Nagari and Balinese script. The development of the Hindu and Javanese culture was supported with the inter-marriages. During the first century, the island had been named “Balidwipa” which meant the island of Bali. Meanwhile, intensive cultivation of rice had started in Bali. In the 1500s, the Portuguese entered the island with a view of expanding trade. The Portuguese had traded bi-annually from Bali in their vessels. In 1585, their ship ran aground near the Bukit Peninsula. There were only five survivors and they joined hands with the then king. Years after this, the Dutch entered Bali. In the year, 1602 the Dutch East India Company was established in Bali. As time passed by, the Dutch East Indies took a stand in the political and economical matters of Bali. During this time, it is said that the islands of Bali had to face some exploitation from the Dutch.

In 1860, Alfred Russel Wallace, came to Bali. He was a naturalist and developed the Wallace theory here in Bali. This theory helped Bali to stretch a line to differentiate the line of fauna in the strait between Bali and Lombok. This boundary differentiated between the Australian and the Asiatic species.

In the 1900s, there were many conflicts between the Dutch and the Balinese. Defensive assaults followed and the many Balinese soldiers died. Eventually, the Dutch took over and started ruling Bali. Later, many tourists, artist, musicians came to visit Bali and added to the aesthetics of the land.

During the Second World War, the Japanese army occupied Bali to set airfields here. This created instability in the Dutch rule. This was the time when a Balinese military officer, GustiNgurah Rai decided to act up and initiated the making of a “Freedom Army”. The Balinese had to face atrocities by the Japanese too. After the Japanese surrendered, the Dutch returned to Bali. This made the Balinese rebel and thus on 20th November 1946 came the battle of Marga. It did not end well in the favor of Bali. Later on 29th December 1949, Netherlands decided to leave Bali and so Bali became a part of the “Republic of Indonesia”.

Best Places To Visit:

  1. Kampot- The land of the black peppercorns
  2. Kratie- Swim with Irrawaddy dolphins
  3. Sihanoukville- Become a beach bum at this sandy paradise
  4. Siem Reap- The charming gateway to the Angkor temples
  5. Koh Ker- An abode of temples
  6. Phnom Penh- Enjoy the scenic splendor of this pretty riverside city
  7. Angkor- Explore one of the world’s greatest temple complexes
  8. Koh Rong- A picture postcard holiday at the island paradise
  9. Koh Tonsay- An ideal getaway at Rabbit Island
  10. Mondulkiri- Waterfalls and wildlife in all its glory
  11. Preah Vihear- A center of pilgrimage and tropical hardwood forests
  12. Tonle Sap Lake- Enjoy nature at its best at this unique eco system
  13. Kep- Savor delicious seafood at the Crab Market
  14. Poipet- Gamble for fun at the casinos

What to do:

  • Visit Sights & Landmarks
  • Go back in the ancient history and heritage tour
  • Experience the Music, Theater
  • Go for shop in market
  • Get a tan at one of the beaches
  • Cruises, Sailing & Water Tour
  • Visit Mountain and Musems

Best time to visit: 

The Dry Season. Weather: This is the time when both Vietnam and Cambodia experience least rainfall, particularly in March to July. Temperatures are more pleasant, too, in the low to high, though cooler in the north between December and February, and into the 30s in April.


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