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Golden sandy beaches, clear turquoise seas, magical rainforests, mystical temples, far-reaching rice paddy terraces, and friendly locals are just some of the treasures to uncover on a luxury holiday in Bali.

Holidays in Bali

Nestled in the heart of Indonesia, the island of Bali boasts a myriad of luxury beach resorts along its southern coastline, perfect for honeymooners and families alike. 
An island paradise that captivates the soul and ignites the spirit with its breathtaking beauty, rich culture, and warm hospitality, Bali beckons travellers from around the world to experience its distinctive activities and vibrant cultural heritage.

When is the best time to visit? Bali enjoys a tropical climate with year-round sunshine. May to September is the dry season and the wet season arrives with its tropical showers from October to April.

Where is the best place to stay in Bali? Bali is alive with resorts, each offering something fresh and exciting. To the east of the capital Denpasar, discover the peaceful resort of Sunur with its stylish shopping, restaurants, and offshore coral reef. The rolling waves of Kuta are a Mecca for surfers and its lively nightlife draws the crowds after dark. Seminyak offers an eclectic blend of upmarket spa resorts, beach clubs, idyllic beaches, and a chic night-time scene perfect for first-time visitors and families. The southern tip of the island reveals the modern resort of Nusa Dua with its golf course and shopping complex. Whether you dot around the island on a multi-centre holiday or stick to one resort, no trip to Bali would be complete without paying a visit to the 'real Bali' at the inland town of Ubud. This sprawling mass of 14 villages hosts a thriving arts and crafts scene, bustling markets, a laidback cafe culture, temples, palaces, museums, and the sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.

Travel guide

Whether you're seeking relaxation, adventure, or a spiritual awakening, Bali offers an unforgettable experience like no other year-round.

  • Best time to visit: May-September
  • Average temp: 27°C/81°F
  • Average flight time: 17 Hours
  • Most suited for: Couples
  • Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
  • Time Difference: +8 Hours
Find Inner Peace and Wellness

Find Inner Peace and Wellness

Bali has long been known as a sanctuary for wellness and relaxation, offering a wide range of holistic therapies, yoga retreats, and spa experiences to rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul. Practice yoga overlooking rice fields or meditate on secluded beaches as the sun sets over the horizon. Indulge in traditional Balinese massages and spa treatments using natural ingredients like coconut oil, volcanic clay, and tropical flowers. Whether you're seeking physical rejuvenation, emotional healing, or simply a moment of tranquillity, Bali offers the perfect refuge to nourish your well-being.

Discover Natural Wonders

Discover Natural Wonders

Bali's natural beauty is truly awe-inspiring, from its emerald rice terraces and cascading waterfalls to its towering volcanoes and pristine beaches. Explore the lush jungles of Ubud, where hidden temples and sacred monkey forests await around every corner. Take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of Nusa Dua or surf the legendary waves of Uluwatu. Hike to the summit of Mount Batur for a breathtaking sunrise view or snorkel alongside vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. Whatever your adventure, Bali's natural wonders are sure to leave you spellbound.

Experience Cultural Richness

Experience Cultural Richness

Immerse yourself in Bali's rich cultural heritage and spiritual traditions as you explore ancient temples, colourful ceremonies, and traditional villages. Visit the iconic sea temple of Tanah Lot, perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the ocean, or wander through the sacred grounds of the mother temple, Besakih. Witness traditional Balinese dance performances, where graceful movements and intricate costumes bring ancient legends to life. Discover the art of batik and wood carving in Ubud's bustling markets or participate in a traditional Balinese cooking class to learn the secrets of local cuisine.

food and drink

Food & Drink

From traditional Balinese fare like nasi goreng (fried rice) and mie goreng (fried noodles) to international cuisine inspired by the island's diverse influences, Bali offers a culinary adventure like no other. Sample fresh seafood at beachside cafes, savour aromatic spices at local warungs, or indulge in fine dining at world-class restaurants overlooking lush rice fields. Wash it all down with a refreshing coconut or a glass of locally brewed arak and appreciate the flavours of Bali's vibrant culinary culture.


Average monthly temperature in Bali(°C)

  • Jan 26°C
  • Feb 26°C
  • Mar 27°C
  • Apr 27°C
  • May 28°C
  • Jun 27°C
  • Jul 27°C
  • Aug 27°C
  • Sep 27°C
  • Oct 27°C
  • Nov 27°C
  • Dec 27°C
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