Taking the number eight spot on our top 10 Aussie dollar holidays is Indonesia
. This budget destination has always presented Australian travellers with superb value for money and for most Aussie jetsetters a trip to Indonesia means visit to Bali.
It won't matter if you are living it up in a five-star resort or splitting the cost of a backpackers with a mate; your entire Indonesian holiday will be 12 percent cheaper than it was last year.
The Bali Dynasty Hotel has something to keep the whole family occupied. The five restaurants, five bars and three pools will keep everyone entertained.
To get around town why not hire yourself a scooter. With prices starting at around $3.50 a day to rent, they are a fun and economical way to see the sights.
With the all your extra cash you'll be able to spend big with Bail's bargain shopping. You can grab a great deal on beautiful wooden furniture and antiques, the prices can be about half what you would pay in Oz.
Rooms at the Bali Dynasty Hotel, Kuta start at $135 a night.
For further information
Bali Dynasty Hotel
Tuban 80361 South Kuta
Ph: +62 361 752402
Travellers should be "in date" for the standard Australia and New Zealand immunisation schedules. Depending on the time of year of travel and exact destination, other health precautions and preventions may be recommended and are best discussed with your doctor. For further information, speak to your doctor or visit www.welltogo.com.au or www.smartraveller.gov.au.
Top 10 best value places for Australians to visit
- US dollar up 20.95 percent
- Mexico peso up 20.80 percent
- Taiwanese dollar up 17.15 percent
- Thai baht up 16.18 percent
- Singapore dollar up 14.86 percent
- Japanese yen up 13.92 percent
- British pound up 12.98 percent
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Source: Expedia.com.au. Figures reflect appreciation in the Australian dollar against world currencies over six months to October 2009.