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Welcome to Bali

Bali may be small in size – you can drive around the entire coast in one long day – but its prominence as a destination is huge, and rightfully so. Ask travellers what Bali means to them and you’ll get as many answers as there are flowers on a frangipani tree. Virescent rice terraces, pulse-pounding surf, enchanting temple ceremonies, mesmerising dance performances and ribbons of beaches are just some of the images people cherish.

Small obviously doesn’t mean limited. The manic whirl of Kuta segues into the luxury of Seminyak. The artistic swirl of Ubud is a counterpoint to misty treks amid the volcanoes. Mellow beach towns like Amed, Lovina and Pemuteran can be found right round the coast and just offshore is the laid-back idyll of Nusa Lembongan.

As you stumble upon the exquisite little offerings left all over the island that materialise as if by magic, you’ll see that the tiny tapestry of colours and textures is a metaphor for Bali itself.



Bali is an Indonesian Island located 2km south east of Java in the Indonesian archipelago. Its mix of lush tropical forest and impressive mountain landscape interspersed with sandy beaches and a hot climate, make it a popular holiday destination. Located only eight degrees south of the equator, Bali doesn’t experience much of an annual range in temperature. While seasonally the two periods (Wet and Dry season) differ greatly in characteristics, the actual temperature doesn’t vary so much- sitting at an average of 31 ºC to 33 ºC all year round.

There is slight variation in the temperatures once you head inland from the coast, as the geography of the island means that as you head inland you also head upwards- hitting the mountain ranges and rising in altitude. This means that it can get quite cool, particularly in the evenings, so it is best to pack a warm coat if visiting the mountain villages of Kintamani and Candikuning.

While climatically it is advised to visit Bali during the dry season of April to October, the Wet Season from November to March coincides with the southern hemisphere’s summer which attracts those who have time off over summer. If you are up for a party atmosphere, the time to go is during the rainy season. Students, travellers and youth flock to the island and make the most of the cheaper prices that the rainy season attracts. If you want to avoid rowdy night clubs and a vibrant party atmosphere then avoid Bali, Kuta in particular, throughout January and February

Located in the coastal village of Sanur, Akana Boutique Hotel brings contemporary charm to one of Bali's favourite tourism destinations. With just 36 rooms styled to anticipate all your needs as a smart traveller, this design-driven Bali hotel is the..
Conveniently located 20 minutes south of Bali's art and culture centre of Ubud, in the heart of Bali Island, this perfect oasis is an ideal starting point for tours and excursions to the culturally rich attractions and sights in Bali. Denpasar is approximately..
Aleesha Villas Unrated
Aleesha Village comprises private Villas, nestled away from the hustle and bustle, each with their own pool surrounded by tropical gardens, as well as a secluded Studio Apartment cluster of just nine built around a shared infinity pool, with a backdrop..
The Alila Villas Soori is a superb resort which sits overlooking the timeless depths of the Indian Ocean, within the Tabanan Regency region, a wonderful setting right by Kelating Beach. It is just 15 minutes from Tanah Lot Temple, one of Bali's most renowned..
Located on the fashionable 'Eat Street' with its many boutiques and famous restaurants, the resort is perfectly located for those who want to be in the heart of the action. It is situated within 5 minutes' drive of Seminyak Beach, 10 minutes from Legian,..
The villas are located on Jalan Pantai Batu Bolong, approximately 4 km from Tanah Lot and 20 km from Ngurah Rai International Airport.||This contemporary villa resort was designed to take the tropical holiday experience to the next level. It is sleek..
The hotel is located near the southern coast of Bali, conveniently situated only 10 minutes' driving distance from the town of Ubud. In the surrounding hills and valleys, guests can visit traditional Indonesian villages and tour the spectacular scenery..
The hotel is located next to Sunset Road near Seminyak in a peaceful area overlooking the rice fields. Conveniently, it takes only 15 minutes to drive to Ngurah Rai Airport and only 10 minutes to drive to the centre of Seminyak.||The hotel provides its..
B Villa + Pool Unrated
Located in the heart of the hip district of Seminyak, this resort is surrounded by shopping, dining and nightlife experiences. The establishment is just a 5-minute walk away from Bali's finest street for international cuisine, Jalan Laksmana, and is also..
B Villa Seaside Unrated
Located in the heart of the hip district of Seminyak, this resort is surrounded by shopping, dining and nightlife experiences. The establishment is just a 5-minute walk away from Bali's finest street for international cuisine, Jalan Laksmana, and is also..
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