The lush interiors of Bali boast volcanoes and mountains in the north through to Ubud’s calm and peaceful rice paddies. The popular beaches along the southern tip of the island all have their own charm with a perfect resort for everyone.
Seminyak is renowned for its amazing nightlife with a great choice of bars, restaurants and shopping. This is great for honeymooners and couples who would like to relax all day and can then party all night.
Nestled between Nusa Dua and Seminyak sit the hidden gems of Kuta and Jimbaran. Hit the waves for a spot of surfing or simply watch them break along the sublime shoreline, relax by the pool or enjoy the nightlife in the local bars and restaurants — this haven is as peaceful or spirited as you want it to be.
The beaches are beautiful with white sand in a calm bay so perfect for swimming in the sea and for families. The hotels are generally international brands with a great choice of facilities, immaculate gardens and relaxed ambiance.
Ubud is traditional, relaxed and unbelievably gorgeous. Spend a few nights chilling out in a pool villa at Maya Ubud amongst the palm trees, rice paddies and cheeky monkeys..
As Tanjung Benoa is a quieter part of the island of Bali, we recommend one of our great all inclusive resorts, where you can relax and unwind during your Tanjung Benoa holiday. Or if you're looking for a more exciting trip, enjoy the range of popular water sports available, from scuba diving to parasailing.
If you like small and quiet hotels, Sanur is for you. Sanur has a lovely beach and a calm sea with a beach front walk and selection of Balinese style hotels close to local restaurants.
Bali is a fantastic year round destination but the busy seasons are the summer months (Jul-Aug) and Christmas holidays. The temperature is consistent year round but slightly higher during the dry season which is April to September, January to March is the rainy season with high temperatures and tropical showers.
Make the most of the stopover on the way to Bali by experiencing the buzz and culture of Singapore. Take a river trip on the 'bum boats' and enjoy a 'Singapore Sling' in the Long Bar at the famous Raffles Hotel. Whether you want a rest in paradise or continue to soak up the culture, do so in the spectacular scenery on Bali with its idyllic stretches of golden coastline and stunning mountains.
Looking for a slice of paradise? Bali is exactly that. Whether you come to relax, explore or party ‘til dawn, the ‘Island of the Gods’ has no end of beaches, nature reserves and landmarks to discover. From the idyllic stretches of golden coastline to the picturesque mountains, volcanoes and hillside temples, there’s always more to explore. Holidays to Bali are as relaxing or adrenaline-fuelled as you make them.
Discover Bali on an all-inclusive holiday or make it your own with one of our luxurious hotels. Stay right on the white sands for breath-taking sea views or get to the heart of nature up in the hillsides.
With its dramatic shoreline and scenic fishing ports, Bali's coast is full of postcard-perfect spots to visit. The wide, sandy beaches are naturally a big draw, as are the crystal-clear waters – ideal for spotting the island’s exotic marine life.
Whether you decide to see Bali all-inclusive or make your own way on the island, there’s lots of adventure to be had. Bali has plenty of exhilarating water sports on offer. Whether you want to try your hand at surfing or you’re a water-sporting pro, there’s an experience for every level.
Despite its popularity with tourists, Bali has some of the most undisturbed natural beauty spots and historic temples in Indonesia. From water gardens to places of worship, these landmarks are the perfect escape from the shore when the sun’s at its highest.
Nyepi Day is a local custom that requires all people in Bali observe a day of silence – Nyepi Day, which usually falls on a day in March. Observed from 6:00am until 6:00am the next morning, Nyepi is a day reserved for self-reflection and as such, anything that might interfere with that purpose is restricted.
The main restrictions are: no lighting fires (and all lights must be dimmed); no working; no entertainment; no travelling; and for some, no talking or eating at all. This means that Bali’s usually bustling streets and roads are empty, there is little or no noise, and few signs of activity are seen.
Tourists are not exempt; although free to do as they wish inside hotels all properties will keep open some or all of the food outlets and a few activities within the property will still take place. However no one is allowed onto the beaches or streets, and the airport in Bali remains closed for the entire day. Emergency services are however guaranteed.
Whether you’re discovering the island solo, bringing along the family or visiting on honeymoon, Bali is the perfect place to escape the everyday. Get yourself booked in at one of our Bali hotels today.