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    If you’re looking for amazing culture, wonderful food, beautiful beaches and a wealth of activities from diving and white-water rafting to hiking and quad biking, then a holiday to Bali could be perfect for you.  Whether you’re travelling with the family or alone, as a group or on your honeymoon, this stunning island really does offer something for everyone.  

     

    Many of Bali’s stunning beach resorts are scattered towards the south of the island.  Choose from Nusa Dua on the southern tip of the island with its numerous international hotels and an 18-hole golf course, or perhaps the beautiful and exclusive Jimbaran Bay which is home to a wonderful selection of seafood beach restaurants.  Alternatively, you may choose to stay in the gorgeous resort of Seminyak on the west coast with its abundance of local shops, bars and restaurants or perhaps try Sanur on the east coast – one of the oldest resorts in Bali with an amazing stretch of beach.  

     

    Head inland a little and you will not be disappointed.  The cultural capital of Ubud located in the centre of the island is filled with temples to explore, artist shops to browse and fabulous street-food to try.  Whilst this inland cultural hotspot has become increasingly busy with tourists there are still many hidden gems to be found and a visit here is essential.

     

    Whichever resort you decide to stay in, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels.  Here in Bali, you will find some of the most luxurious, romantic and exquisite hotels in the world along with many smaller, intimate and boutique properties – all of which offer that wonderful Balinese hospitality that the island is famous for. 

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    Seafood at Jimbaran Bay

     

     

    Seafood at Jimbaran Bay

    There really are so many fabulous restaurants in Bali, whether it’s the small, local and more intimate options that tempt you or the larger international-style restaurants. But something you really must try if you’re heading out to Bali is the seafood beach restaurants which stretch along the gorgeous Jimbaran Bay. Each of the restaurants, which are located on the sand and sometimes made up simply of a small shack, a few tables and a BBQ, offer mouth-watering and extremely fresh seafood banquets and of course that all-important amazing view of the sun setting over the ocean in the distance.

    Temples Galore

     

    Temples Galore

    One thing that Bali has got plenty of is Temples. Over 20,000 to be precise; and a visit to Bali would not really be complete without having visited at least one of them. Take a trip to the UNESCO site at Taman Ayun with its thatched multi-roofed shrines that signifies Bali Temples, or the Hindu temple of Ulun Danu Beratan on the shores of Lake Bratan in the north of the island or perhaps you’d prefer to visit the most famous of them all ‘Tanah Lot’ on the southwest coast of the island with its famous sunset views - you will not be disappointed with any. Our main tip when visiting these sacred places would be to cover your upper body and take your shoes off before entering any temple. One thing that Bali has got plenty of is Temples. Over 20,000 to be precise; and a visit to Bali would not really be complete without having visited at least one of them.

    Take a trip to the UNESCO site at Taman Ayun with its thatched multi-roofed shrines that signifies Bali Temples, or the Hindu temple of Ulun Danu Beratan on the shores of Lake Bratan in the north of the island or perhaps you’d prefer to visit the most famous of them all ‘Tanah Lot’ on the southwest coast of the island with its famous sunset views - you will not be disappointed with any. Our main tip when visiting these sacred places would be to cover your upper body and take your shoes off before entering any temple.

     
    Cycling through inland Bali

     

    Cycling through inland Bali

    Although Bali is quite mountainous in the middle, there are many cycle routes in the south and also within the cultural centre which offer a superb opportunity to experience this fabulous island on two wheels instead of four.  Whether you choose to be part of a guided tour or you’d prefer to hire a bike and do your own thing, cycling through local villages, the lush green landscapes and possibly even rice terraces is a truly memorable experience.  Remember to take your camera to snap those amazing views and wonderful architecture along the way.

     
    Relax in the Spa

     

     

    Relax in the Spa

    Bali is possibly one of the best places in the world to experience the serenity of a Spa.  Almost every hotel on the island will claim to have its own spa facilities, which will range from a couple of treatment rooms and a massage sala by the beach to a whole spa complex with an endless number of pools, beauty areas, sauna and steam rooms and of course an extensive menu of massage options.  The therapists here are some of the best in the world, the smells are truly amazing and the relaxed feeling you have once you leave will stay with you for hours, if not days.  If you’re going to treat yourself to anything whilst on holiday in Bali, it should be a massage

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