Bali Island is situated in Indonesia to the west of the Lesser Sunda archipelago north of Australia.
They are fabulous both on land as well as under water and appropriately named by some as the Islands of the Gods.
If you are a keen scuba diver you will not disagree with Bali's epithet.
The underwater world of aquatic animals and coral ecosystems in south-east Indonesia are truly exceptional.
There are few places in the world where divers and snorkelers may witness the majestic oceanic sunfish, locally named mola mola, pigmy seahorses and a sunken shipwreck within a few fin kicks of the shoreline.
If you are diving in Bali this is possible - and all in the same day.
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