Whether it’s the serenity of Bali’s beautiful beaches or the tranquillity of her terraced rice fields, the ‘Island of the Gods’ has the power to steal your heart and captivate your soul.
The people will welcome you with open arms, keen to share their love of the island with all who visit her shores.
A haven of natural beauty and the addition of truly luxurious properties has ensured Bali remains a ‘must-see’ destination for the discerning traveller, as well as a favourite for newly-weds looking for a very special honeymoon escape.
Famed for its rice paddy fields, the countryside is well worth exploring during your stay, however, relaxation can be found too on the warm tropical beaches lapped by the Indian Ocean. This mythical land is sure to create a holiday of a lifetime with its colourful heritage, dramatic landscapes and vibrant culture.
Each spacious suite at this stylish hotel features a mix of traditional and contemporary décor with hand-made furniture. Suites are either Deluxe, Deluxe Garden, Studio or Studio Pool Access, with each offering a king-size bed, individual furniture and artworks, hairdryer, bathrobes, complimentary Wifi access and sustainable air-conditioning. The Sudakara Art Space is Sanur’s largest professional...
Situated close to Ubud, in the beating heart of Bali, this luxury resort offers a holistic, wellness focus for every guest lucky enough to enter its stunning bounds. Each aspect of your stay has been considered to ensure a healing experience, from the nutritionist on hand to feedback dietary suggestions to the resort chef, to the rooms, suites and villas which are nestled among the trees so you fe...
- Remote beach resort with 28 villas located along the dramatic coastline of Sumba Island
- Premier surfing destination with lessons and time slots available on the reef’s left-hand break
- Take a sunrise or sunset horse ride on the beach from the private stables
- Unmissable day-long wellness experiences at the stunning Nihioka Spa Safari
- Children will love making their own treats at the resort’s chocolate factory
Located on the south coast of Bali with spectacular views of the Indian Ocean, this peaceful beachfront resort welcomes those looking to relax and is ideal for honeymooners. Being the only all-villa full-service resort in Seminyak, these large beachfront and Balinese-style private villas offer a sense of pure tranquillity. They are kitted out in a traditional style where neutral colours and d...
Tucked away on the slopes of Keliki Valley in Bali lies Capella Ubud, a luxury tented camp that certainly has the wow factor. This super luxe, super cool safari-lodge style complex has been purpose built to feel both intimate and unique, as abodes connected by elevated walkways flaunt secluded swimming pools, terraces and daybeds, plus individual design elements you simply won’t find anywhere else...
The setting of this luxury hotel is something very special indeed, nestled alongside the Ayung River in the hills of Ubud with views of rainforest and rice paddies. Built within the spiritual heart of Bali, Mandapa is a place of calm, where you can quietly contemplate and soothe your soul. With just 60 villas and suites, guests can expect plenty of privacy and personal service, and with features i...
The most established luxury hotel along Seminyak beach, The Oberoi Beach Resort, Bali enjoys a Balinese charm reflected in the traditional architecture and welcoming hospitality. The 74 pavilions and villas are built in traditional Balinese style, set in clusters of thatched roof buildings amidst the 15 acres of tropical gardens. For space and privacy upgrade to one of the Luxury Villas, which ...
Those in search of a remote tropical oasis will enjoy a divine stay at the luxurious Bawah Reserve in Indonesia. Set within the idyllic Anambas Archipelago, overwater bungalows and jungle canopy lodges offer private accommodation among pristine landscapes. Touted as ‘the new Maldives’, Bawah Reserve is set on exquisite white sand beaches fringed by lush tropical jungle and is accessible via ferry ...
Built along the contours of two beautiful headlands, this elegant resort mirrors the flowing natural setting, with tropical groves sloping down to an idyllic beach. 34 thatched suites boast garden or ocean views and some have their own pool. The Terrace Restaurant is set beside a delightful three-tiered swimming pool while the Beach Club - located right on the shoreline - is spread amongst coconut...
On one of Bali’s top beaches, opt to stay in the uber cool W Bali Seminyak. Looking more like a chic resort in Ibiza, it calls to the young and trendy. From garden view retreats to three-bedroom pool villas, the hotel boasts a range of accommodation types each embodying the sleek signature style of W hotels. Views vary from the manicured gardens to blue expanse of the Indian Ocean. The emphasis ...
The Balinese are a very friendly and deeply religious people who take much meaning from the land around them and its spirits. Ancient temples and royal residences permeate the island's interior and a must-see is Mount Batur for a dramatic view of the dormant volcanic areas.
The island of Bali and her neighbours possess a unique character along with many religions and traditions, which are typically expressed through her inhabitants’ love of song and dance. If you get the chance, watch the celebrated Ketak, traditionally an all-male Balinese dance which is upbeat and full of rhythmic chanting and captivating movements; it is a very special experience, showcasing the very best of Bali’s customs.
Off the east coast of Sumbawa lies Komodo National Park, a group of majestic islands including Komodo, Rinca and Flores. Come here to encounter the largest and most powerful lizard in the world – The Komodo Dragon. This prehistoric reptile is unique to Indonesia and a major point of interest in the outer islands. With unspoilt volcanic landscape and an abundance of wildlife, these islands are perfect for escaping back to nature.
Bali has a tropical climate with year round temperatures averaging 31°C and two distinct seasons, the dry season is from April to October. Humidity levels are higher during the opposite season, while the dry season has hotter temperatures but cool breezes. However, due to its position on the equator, the climate in Indonesia doesn’t dramatically change throughout the year.
Combine your Indonesian journey with a visit to Australia for a very special multi-stop experience. Alternatively, the contrast between the natural beauty of Bali and the contemporary style of Singapore also makes for a superb twin holiday
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