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Bali's fascinating culture where you can discover rich Hindu traditions, delicious food and fascinating history. Bali's culture is apparent wherever you go, from the frenetic markets in Kuta and the monkey-filled forest in Ubud, to the big wave riders in Uluwatu and the fisherman setting sail before sunrise.
- The Jimbaran Bay Fish Market
- Tannah Lot temple
- The Goa Gajah elephant caves
- The night markets
- Cultural shows in Kuta
Honeymoon & Romance
- Couple's day spa treatments
- Secluded villa accommodation in Ubud
- Sunset drinks on the beach
- Exclusive dining experiences
- Adding a private spa or plunge pool
Luxury in Bali
Picture waking up in a beachfront villa with blue ocean and white sand stretched out before you broken only by the sight of a lagoon-style pool where fellow guests drink cocktails and receive pampering massages. This is just one view of the luxury Bali provides, but you needn't look hard to find the rest.
- Staying in a private villa with spa
- The hot springs at Air Banjar
- Alfresco dining on the beach
- Pampering day spas
- A private plunge pool outside your room
Bali with kids
With its range of activities, experiences and accommodation, Bali is a fantastic place for a family holiday. For those little adventurers, Bali's day tours can take you to unique cultural and natural sights, or send you squealing with delight down water slides, but not without providing plenty of opportunities to relax as well.
- Waterbom Park
- Bali Safari & Marine Park
- Surfing lessons at Legian Beach
- Opting for a luxury apartment
- A day tour to Ubud Monkey Forest
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Quick Bali Guide
While you could easily spend your entire Bali holiday by the water, why not explore a little further? Mount Agung may be the highest mountain on the island, but Mount Batur is the summit to scale for spectacular sunrise views.
For the adventurous of spirit, you can scale to the top of the active volcano from the small village of Penelokan on the southern side, where a 1,717-metre climb will reward you with vast panoramic views across the island and beyond.
While south Bali is primed for sunning and shopping, its verdant interior is rich in tradition and culture. Visit the organic eateries and galleries of Ubud before exploring outlying temples, rice paddies and sleepy nearby villages including Penestanan and Campuhan.
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