Bali travel guide
We have collected all the information you need before travelling to Bali.
In the Things to do in Bali section we guide you to everything from museums to diving.
In our Where to stay in Bali section we help you find the perfect location for your Bali holiday.
Under When to go to Bali we guide you to Balinese holidays and climates. If you already know where to stay, what to do and when to come to go, you might want to have a look at our Bali holiday villas.
We hope to see you in Bali real soon.
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Seminyak is Bali’s villa capital and nowhere else in Bali you’ll find as many elegant villas within such a short distance. Start searching the villa market in Seminyak and you’ll quickly realize that you can have your private villa in Seminyak with pool, maids and all the amenities you expect from a luxury villa without ruining the budget.
The Gili Islands are perfect for doing nothing but relaxing on the white beaches and splashing in the blue water, but should the urge to do something more active come over you, here is our 12 suggestions. From volcano climbing for the ones who wants to go to extremes to a quite massage for the less ambitious.
Ubud is like nowhere else in Bali. You feel it right away when you first get there. Creativity, spirituality and people who focus on a healthy life style is everywhere. That is reflected in Ubud’s food scene. Healthy natural juices, raw food and organic vegetarian dishes are found all over Ubud.
Mostly known for its vibrant culture, many beaches and tropical weather all year round, Bali is also home to some of the world’s best surf spots. Perfectly positioned geographically, this magical island has swell hitting it all year – so it’s always possible to find a decent size wave.
Most people know Bali for the islands beautiful beaches and it unique culture, but Bali has plenty to offer if you are looking for adventure or just an active holiday. Here are 5 of our own favorite adventure activities.
Kuta is the clubbing center of Bali and any day of the week, any time of the year (Nyepi Day – The Day of Silence, being the only exception) you will find the top clubs in Kuta crowded.
The Seminyak Kerobokan area is the epi-center in Bali for top restaurants. Whether you prefer classic French, Italian, seafood, Asian or a romantic beachside dinner you can find a quality restaurant in Seminyak or Kerobokan that will cater to your needs.
Bali's has some of the best diving in Asia. At Tulamben you can dive the USAT liberty wreck. A 120 meter long, coral covered, Second World War American transporter resting on the ocean bottom just off the coast.