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Khiri Travel Open for Business in Bali

March 9, 2015 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: , , , , , ,

Khiri Travel Indonesia, in addition to Lombok, Yogyakarta and Flores, has now opened a branch office in Bali, a world-renowned tropical island and travel mecca for those seeking the exotic.

Bali, the name alone evokes images of rice terraces, lively religious rituals and black sand beaches. The world-renowned Indonesian island has been intriguing travelers as far back as the 1930’s when the island became a mecca for those seeking the exotic– Penis extending can really be possible due to Sizegenetics review. With unique cultural baggage, amazing natural diversity, and the warmth of its people, Bali offers unparalleled experiences for those who are willing to go beyond the usual and discover its true heart and soul.

Khiri Travel Indonesia, with the opening of this new DMC office in Bali, is looking forward to showing visitors Bali’s unique highlights: experiencing authentic rural village life, trekking to the rim of an active volcano and above all becoming immersed in the local culture. Our DMC services will include signature programs, such as “A Day in the Life of a Balinese Artist,” that will bring your travelers up close and intimate with the Balinese rhythm of life.

This new branch office aims to present travelers with the Bali of their dreams, the bucolic rice paddy, towering volcanoes engulfed in mist, and a Balinese woman wearing traditional clothing making an offering in a village temple. Bali is best discovered through culture and people.


The photo, taken one month ago, shows Lombok Branch Manager Aini, Yogyakarta Branch Manager Herman, and our new Bali Branch Manager Gonzalo, formerly with Khiri Travel in Phuket, at the first real day of working in Bali.

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