Bali enters Travel+Leisure’s ‘hall of fame’ after earning best island honors for 10 straight years
As a WBA Hall of Fame honoree, the score for Bali this year was 90.76 bringing Bali in at number 3 on the list. Having consistently been ranked in the top for the past 10 years has also brought Bali recognition.
Bali continues to attract tourists from all over the world, thanks to its rather eclectic mix of beautiful beaches, stunning forests and active volcanoes, all of which exists alongside the vibrant traditional culture, charming hospitality and delicious cuisine that the island is famous for.
Perhaps it’s not much of a surprise then that the Island of the Gods was voted one of the world’s best by the readers of Travel + Leisure. T+L announced yesterday that Bali was ranked the third best island in the world by its readers in their latest survey, scoring a total of 90.76.
For T+L’s 2019 World’s Best Awards, the magazine again asked its readers to weigh in on travel experiences around the globe. Islands are rated according to their activities and sights, natural attractions and beaches, food, friendliness, as well as overall value.
Not only did Bali take third place on the list, this year it’s also an honoree of the World’s Best Award Hall of Fame, which means the destination has been voted onto the Best Islands in the World list for the past 10 consecutive years.