Bali is the best-known island of the 17,500 that make up Indonesia’s archipelago. While the majority of the country is Muslim, Bali is a sliver of Hindu culture and art. Spirituality is ingrained in the population, and you’ll see offerings of incense, flowers and rice in front of just about every temple, home, restaurant or shop. Just south of the equator, Bali is always warm, ranging from the high 60s to the low 90s. There are several tourist districts. In South Bali you’ll find Kuta and the Bukit Peninsula (both terrific surf spots), Jimbaran, Legian, Nusa Dua, Sansur and Seminyak. When honeymooning in Central Bali, look to the artist community of Ubud, which is also home to beautiful rice terraces and the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (a must-visit).