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Bali Beach Games

Bali is a great destination for holiday adventure and outdoor sports, especially beach sports. Bali will make history from the 18th – 26th of October 2008 when it plays host to the first Asian Beach Games in the world. Bali will become the venue of this international event which will see 45 countries participating with over 10,000 athletes, officials, media and volunteers all flocking to the Island of the Gods for this world class event.
Will you be there too?

Over 50,000 people are expected to support their participating countries in the 13 sports that will compete in this first time event entrusted by the Olympic Council of Asia. The areas of Kuta, Sanur, Pulau Serangan, Tanjung Benoa and Jimbaran have all been selected to act as the venues for each of the sports. Beach Volley Ball, Surfing, Jet Skiing, Sailing, Wind Surfing, Beach Takraw, Beach Hand Ball, Beach Soccer, Para Gliding, Dragon Boat Racing, Triathlon, Marathon Swimming, and the new sport, Wood Ball are the sports to be competed in.

The Asian Beach Games is a multi-sport event held every two years among athletes representing countries from Asia. The games celebrate cooperation and unity despite differences where athletes from a wide variety of nations are able to travel, meet new people, and bring back memories about the rest of the world to their home nations. The Asian Beach Games forge unity and friendship between their member nations by joining athletes, trainers, and officials together.

If you love outdoor sports, this is your time to book a hotel in Bali. Bring your friends or your fiancĂ© and family to feel the spirit of Olympic in the paradise. Let’s enjoy a wonderful moment in Bali. We can use this opportunity for holiday and to heal us from stress. Bali is the solution to enjoy a better holiday.

Are you ready for a real adventure? Don't forget bring your digital camera to catch all the beautiful moments in Bali, the last paradise on earth.

Enjoy the Last Paradise


There are so many romantic places in Bali. You can also try Ubud, Candi Dasa and Lovina for the great beaches. If you’re staying in Lovina, and if you’re lucky, you can see packs of dolphins in the morning. You can also see the sun rises and sets there. Or try Tanah Lot with the world-famous Pura Tanah Lot. It’s a beautiful temple situated on a rock. Try to go there to see the sunset, and enjoy a romantic dinner at the shore nearby. There are also other unique places to visit, like Bedugul. It’s cool mountain regency with three beautiful lakes. Golf lovers, congratulations – You can find an international golf course there.


Bali is well-known as The Island of the Gods. Although small, Bali is surrounded by beautiful beaches, mountains, hills, lakes, valleys, rivers, terraces of rice fields, and many more. The sun always shines all year round and there are two seasons, the rain season and the dry season.

Not far from Pesaban, Karangasem Regency, you can see Mt. Agung, the highest peak in Bali, to the north. The weather in Mt. Agung is cool and calm. You can also see the southern seas and the famous Nusa Penida Island. Bali is also known as the Island of A Thousand Temples. Every house has a temple, so does every village has their own temple. Government and business offices also have a small temple. Since the reign of ancient Indonesian empires, Bali has already been full of festive religious and traditional ceremonies, with the traditional Balinese Gamelan that variants from religious music to entertaining music. Since the time they are born, the Balinese people’s lives are full of these kinds of ceremonies. From the birth, birthdays, important events in life, marriage, and the cremation ceremony for the dead, known as Ngaben. Every ceremony is full of tributes to God, full of flowers and other decorations, and also a wide range of Gamelan music.