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The Best Honeymoon Resorts in Bali
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.
Wapa di Ume Ubud
An oasis of quiet and serenity, only minutes from hustle and bustle of Ubud, the cultural and artistic heart of Bali. You will stay in one of the individualistic and distinctive dwelling units, scattered down the gentle hillside flanked by rice field. The resort has 10 villas with pool, 8 spacious Di Ume suites, and 15 Lanai rooms. The resort on-site facilities include 2 levels Padi restaurant, pool bar, traditional Balinese kitchen on the rice paddies for a cooking lesson, the spacious yoga center and meditation center, the open stage, a monumental wedding chapel, gallery, an organic garden, and a luxury three level ultra modern spa in rice terrace. Everywhere at Wapa di Ume, you are surrounded by the textures and color of nature, dressed slate, tiles, smooth unpainted wood, soft homespun fabrics, fragrant alang-alang grass roofing, natural bamboo, rough cut stone, flowers, and foliage.
The Udaya Resorts & Spa
The Udaya Resort welcomes you to the center of Ubud area. The premise is only five minutes from Ubud Central and equipped with all the accommodations to ensure your comfort and relaxation. Enjoy our infinity pool as you ponder upon Ubud's greeneries. We also emphasize traditional Balinese elements as our main theme in architecture and aesthetics.
Visesa Ubud Resort
Located in a scenic area said to have a unique holistic energy, Visesa Ubud is a resort of choice for meditation, spiritual retreats, and healing senses. Privileged sanctuary exuding stillness and balance, Visesa is a sacred place where traditional Balinese ceremonies and real daily life are celebrated. Offerings and prayers converging towards the resort majestic temple pervade the entire property with an atmosphere of spiritual harmony.
Puri Gangga Resort
Puri Gangga Resort is a charming luxury boutique resort in Ubud, a home in living cultures where you can experience the richness of Balinese cultures live naturally in the village of Sebatu. Puri Gangga Resort is located minutes 30 drives from the hustle and bustle of Ubud, a home of art and culture and only 35 minutes drive from Kintamani Lake Batur, a world Geo Park site. Puri Gangga Resort is surrounded by the extensive of beautiful rice terrace view of Ceking Tegalalang Ubud, an ancient historically Hindu's temple called Gunung Kawi where specific ceremonies host regularly and people do purification, and exactly located at the uniqueness of traditional Balinese village called Sebatu Ubud. Puri Gangga Resort offers 20 charming luxury rooms with four categories: 8 Deluxe Rooms, 8 Suite Rooms, 2 Garden Villas and 2 Pool Villas. The Resort has Restaurant, Spa, Swimming Pool and Yoga Centre. Staying at Puri Gangga Resort means you are sustaining the cultural and natural environment.
Puri Sebali Resort
Well established beachfront resort in northern Sanur will shortly complete a major renovation to re-position to four stars plus rating. Five distinct village room areas, each with its own layout and character are set amidst 6 hectares of lush tropical gardens. Two swimming pools and an array of recreational activities provide ample opportunity for pure relaxation or an activity-oriented holiday for adults and children
- Sunset at Tanah Lot Temple.
- La Plancha on Seminyak Beach (source)
- Kuta Beach.
- Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak.
- Mrs Sippy (source)
- Sunset at Ulutwatu Temple
- Waterbom Bali (source)
- Photo by Bali Dewa Tour.
Dress for the occasion
Beachwear doesn’t always cut it in Bali – many higher-end bars, restaurants, and clubs enforce a dress code. If you’re unsure, call ahead to save the potential embarrassment of being turned away.
Respect religious customs
Religion rules the roost in Bali. Don’t get your knickers in a knot when a street is blocked off for a ceremony or your driver pulls over mid-trip to make a blessing – this is all part of the magic of the island. Plan accordingly if your travel dates fall on Nyepi when everything in Bali (even the airport) shuts down for the day, and always dress modestly (covering the shoulders and knees) and conduct yourself appropriately when visiting temples and holy sites.
Prepare for a mixed bag of price tags
It’s still possible to visit Bali on a shoestring by staying in guesthouses, dining at warungs and shopping at local markets, but you can just as easily blow your life savings as drinks, meals, spa treatments and room rates at high-end establishments are priced similarly to that in Australia, the UK and the US. Look out for online discounts and happy hour deals.
Bali's monkeys are known for their thievery. Image by Samantha Chalker / Lonely Planet
Be cautious of wild and stray animals
Give wild and stray animals a wide berth. They may look cute, but rabies and other diseases are serious risks in Bali and monkeys are notorious for their thieving ways. Bali’s stray dogs are numerous, and often in pretty bad shape. If you’re keen to make a difference, consider making a ‘doggy donation’ to Bali Dog Refuge (balidogrefuge.com) which helps to rescue and rehabilitate the island’s stray pups.
Avoid plastic water bottles
Bali’s heat and humidity call for constant hydration but consider the environment before purchasing another bottled drink. An estimated three million plastic bottles are discarded in Bali each month; help reduce this figure by investing in a stainless steel bottle that you can refill; most good cafes and restaurants have a water filter available that you can use for free or for a small fee. Earth Café in Seminyak has stainless steel bottles available for purchase.
Learn some local lingo
A few basic words of Bahasa Indonesia will take you a long way in Bali. Try selamat pagi (good morning), tolong (please) and terima kasih (thank you), for starters.