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Bali, The Island of Gods has remarkably attracted people with its world-class surfing and diving spots, as well as its strong spiritual roots and unique culture. With various attraction places, Bali is one true destination for anyone, either it is for a short getaway with friends or fun trip with family.

How is the weather like in Bali? Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons, wet and dry in a year. From December to March, days are still often sunny with the rains starting in the late afternoon or evening and passing quickly. From June to September, the humidity is low and the wind can be quite breezy in the evenings. However, it may still rain on any months throughout the year.

How to get around in Bali? No need to worry. There are various options, such as car, motorbike, bicycle or mountain bike rental services that can be organized and arranged according to your needs. There are also public transportations, such as mini-vans (the so-called Bemo), taxi and Sarbagita local bus. Alternatively, by directly making a booking at our hotel, we are happy to assist you preparing those transportation based on your request.

What should you wear in Bali? Light clothes in natural, breathable fabrics such as cotton or linen are the most comfortable clothes to wear around Bali. Swimsuit is a must item to wear when enjoying some of Bali famous beaches. Additionally, don’t forget to wear sarongs and waist should you be visiting sacred temples.

Places of Interest


DENPASAR
With the growth of tourism industry in Bali, Denpasar has been promoted to be the center of business activities. A trip from Kuta, Legian and Seminyak area will take around 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic.

LEGIAN
Legian stretches from the north of Jalan Melasti where Kuta ends, to Jalan Arjuna where Seminyak begins. It is less frantic than Kuta but not as upscale as neighboring Seminyak. The hotels here are popular for their proximity to the beach. Between these beachfront hotels and the beach, is a paved pedestrian path that goes past restaurants, bars and nightclubs on Double Six beach.

KUTA
Kuta still attracts some hardcore backpackers as well as families and tourists from all over the world, and is most notably a playground for young visitors from Australia. Kuta continues to attract backpackers and surfers, much like it did when it was first discovered in the early 1980s. However, tourists, families and other young travelers have also discovered its allure. Kuta boasts the best beach in Bali, with 5km of sand and waves that are encouraging for newbie surfers. During the night time, there are numerous bars and nightclubs for partygoers to choose from.

SEMINYAK
Seminyak is more upmarket with mostly luxurious accommodation and fashionable high-end restaurants and bars. The atmosphere is much more sophisticated and laid-back than Kuta, and the beach in particular is quieter during the day. Seminyak is also the high-end spa and boutique shopping capital of Bali. As the upscale market among others, you can still find the best accommodation with affordable price. Just go directly to book to Kokonut Suites in Petitenget – Seminyak that is surrounded with the best international restaurants.

JIMBARAN
Jimbaran is a fishing village that is now home to a number of 5-star beach resorts, boutique villas and Jimbaran Corner, a chic shopping centre. Jimbaran beach offers a scenic view of the ocean stretching to the airport landing strip. This view is the thing that draws diners to the seafood restaurants along the beach which offer fresh marine catch-of-the-day grilled over coconut husk fire.

Tour Packages


UBUD
Ubud is regarded as the cultural and artistic heart of the island, with the largest numbers of art galleries, museums and artist workshops. Traditional Balinese painting, woodcarving and silversmith are some of the local art forms that have remained relatively ageless through the decades. Comprising of 14 villages, each with their own village council, Ubud is also the hub for natural medicines and healing. This culturally rich location is approximately 120 minutes from Jimbaran or 90 minutes from hotels in Kuta and Seminyak. To get the most of your trip in Ubud, please contact our front desk for available tour package.



AROUND UBUD
Ubud Royal Family Palace : Centre of Ubud Museum Puri Lukisan : Centre of Ubud
Goa Gajah : 15 Minutes
Monkey Forest : 5 Minutes
Museum Blanco : 5 Minutes
Museum Neka : 10 Minutes
Museum Arma : 10 Minutes
*Distances are measured from the centre of Ubud.

RESERVATION DETAILS

TEMPLES

BALI TEMPLES
There are nine directional Balinese temples. The two more well-known ones are Pura Uluwatu, 25-minutes away from Jimbaran on the Bukit Peninsula, and Pura Tanah Lot, 120-minutes away in South-West of Bali. Both of these temples are impressive due to their location: Pura Uluwatu is on a steep 70-metres cliff above the Indian ocean, and Pura Tanah Lot is on the top a rock-sitting-offshore. The latter provides stunning sunset views while it is best to visit the former one at pre-sunset for a stunning kecak dance performance by the locals.



OTHER TEMPLES
Besakih (mother temple) : 70 KM / 100 Minutes
Kehen : 70 KM / 100 Minutes
Goa Lawah : 55 KM / 75 Minutes
TirtaEmpul : 60 KM / 90 Minutes
Ulun Danu – BaturTemple : 75 KM / 120 Minutes Ulun Danu – Beratan : 65 KM / 100 Minutes
*Distances are measured from the centre of Ubud.

If you are interested in visiting any of the temples to witness the true beauty of Bali, please contact our front desk to get more information about our tour packages.

RESERVATION DETAILS

Bali, The Island of Gods has remarkably attracted people with its world-class surfing and diving spots, as well as its strong spiritual roots and unique culture. With various attraction places, Bali is one true destination for anyone, either it is for a short getaway with friends or fun trip with family.

How is the weather like in Bali? Bali boasts a tropical climate with just two seasons, wet and dry in a year. From December to March, days are still often sunny with the rains starting in the late afternoon or evening and passing quickly. From June to September, the humidity is low and the wind can be quite breezy in the evenings. However, it may still rain on any months throughout the year.

How to get around in Bali? No need to worry. There are various options, such as car, motorbike, bicycle or mountain bike rental services that can be organized and arranged according to your needs. There are also public transportations, such as mini-vans (the so-called Bemo), taxi and Sarbagita local bus. Alternatively, by directly making a booking at our hotel, we are happy to assist you preparing those transportation based on your request.

What should you wear in Bali? Light clothes in natural, breathable fabrics such as cotton or linen are the most comfortable clothes to wear around Bali. Swimsuit is a must item to wear when enjoying some of Bali famous beaches. Additionally, don’t forget to wear sarongs and waist should you be visiting sacred temples.

Places of Interest


DENPASAR
With the growth of tourism industry in Bali, Denpasar has been promoted to be the center of business activities. A trip from Kuta, Legian and Seminyak area will take around 20 to 30 minutes depending on traffic.

LEGIAN
Legian stretches from the north of Jalan Melasti where Kuta ends, to Jalan Arjuna where Seminyak begins. It is less frantic than Kuta but not as upscale as neighboring Seminyak. The hotels here are popular for their proximity to the beach. Between these beachfront hotels and the beach, is a paved pedestrian path that goes past restaurants, bars and nightclubs on Double Six beach.

KUTA
Kuta still attracts some hardcore backpackers as well as families and tourists from all over the world, and is most notably a playground for young visitors from Australia. Kuta continues to attract backpackers and surfers, much like it did when it was first discovered in the early 1980s. However, tourists, families and other young travelers have also discovered its allure. Kuta boasts the best beach in Bali, with 5km of sand and waves that are encouraging for newbie surfers. During the night time, there are numerous bars and nightclubs for partygoers to choose from.

SEMINYAK
Seminyak is more upmarket with mostly luxurious accommodation and fashionable high-end restaurants and bars. The atmosphere is much more sophisticated and laid-back than Kuta, and the beach in particular is quieter during the day. Seminyak is also the high-end spa and boutique shopping capital of Bali. As the upscale market among others, you can still find the best accommodation with affordable price. Just go directly to book to Kokonut Suites in Petitenget – Seminyak that is surrounded with the best international restaurants.

JIMBARAN
Jimbaran is a fishing village that is now home to a number of 5-star beach resorts, boutique villas and Jimbaran Corner, a chic shopping centre. Jimbaran beach offers a scenic view of the ocean stretching to the airport landing strip. This view is the thing that draws diners to the seafood restaurants along the beach which offer fresh marine catch-of-the-day grilled over coconut husk fire.

Tour Packages


UBUD
Ubud is regarded as the cultural and artistic heart of the island, with the largest numbers of art galleries, museums and artist workshops. Traditional Balinese painting, woodcarving and silversmith are some of the local art forms that have remained relatively ageless through the decades. Comprising of 14 villages, each with their own village council, Ubud is also the hub for natural medicines and healing. This culturally rich location is approximately 120 minutes from Jimbaran or 90 minutes from hotels in Kuta and Seminyak. To get the most of your trip in Ubud, please contact our front desk for available tour package.



AROUND UBUD
Ubud Royal Family Palace : Centre of Ubud Museum Puri Lukisan : Centre of Ubud
Goa Gajah : 15 Minutes
Monkey Forest : 5 Minutes
Museum Blanco : 5 Minutes
Museum Neka : 10 Minutes
Museum Arma : 10 Minutes
*Distances are measured from the centre of Ubud.

RESERVATION DETAILS

TEMPLES

BALI TEMPLES
There are nine directional Balinese temples. The two more well-known ones are Pura Uluwatu, 25-minutes away from Jimbaran on the Bukit Peninsula, and Pura Tanah Lot, 120-minutes away in South-West of Bali. Both of these temples are impressive due to their location: Pura Uluwatu is on a steep 70-metres cliff above the Indian ocean, and Pura Tanah Lot is on the top a rock-sitting-offshore. The latter provides stunning sunset views while it is best to visit the former one at pre-sunset for a stunning kecak dance performance by the locals.



OTHER TEMPLES
Besakih (mother temple) : 70 KM / 100 Minutes
Kehen : 70 KM / 100 Minutes
Goa Lawah : 55 KM / 75 Minutes
TirtaEmpul : 60 KM / 90 Minutes
Ulun Danu – BaturTemple : 75 KM / 120 Minutes Ulun Danu – Beratan : 65 KM / 100 Minutes
*Distances are measured from the centre of Ubud.

If you are interested in visiting any of the temples to witness the true beauty of Bali, please contact our front desk to get more information about our tour packages.

RESERVATION DETAILS