Bali beckons baby boomers

first_imgTypically known as a party destination for the younger tourists, Bali is attracting baby boomers in increasingly large numbers, according to a recent report. The report reveals travelling to Bali does not require you to rob a bank to experience a luxury holiday, with an abundance of accommodation, restaurants and sight-seeing activities that are incredibly affordable. For those baby boomers travelling on a budget, a 3-star hotel will cost around AUD$30 per night, however to live it up a little, it doesn’t cost much to splurge on a luxurious villa. Shopping in Bali is also affordable with market places overflowing with clothing, accessories, home wares and anything else you could possibly imagine.Nature loving baby boomers will find Bali full of lush rainforest surrounds and pleasant Balinese beaches, while more active travellers can take a trip to Bali’s active volcano, Mount Batur. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: K.Wlast_img