Bali FAQ's

These are some frequently asked questions, by traveller and honeymooners.

Bali serves a wide range of luxury as well as budgeted accommodation options, you can choose the best place to live in Bali as per your preference and choice.

However a few most suggested accommodation options of Bali are listed below

  • Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
  • Rock'n Reef
  • Grand Hyatt Bali
  • Hilton Bali Resort
  • Mercure Bali Nusa Dua
  • Sense Sunset Hotel Seminyak

Undoubtedly Yes, Bali is just the right place for honeymooners.

Yes it is safe to swim at Bali beaches. As Bali is popularly known for surfing and other water sports activities it is advisable to do it under presence of a lifeguard.

Here’s the ultimate 5 days itinerary for your Bali Tour including all essential places to visit and things to do so as to ensure you do not miss out exploring the top attractions of Bali.

Day 1 – Commence your Bali Trip by taking up a half day Ubud tour and later visit the ancient and most peaceful Goa Gajah temple.

Day 2 – Proceed to Ulun Danu Temple and Lake Beratan and enjoy the Indonesian food.

Day 3 – Visit the treetop Adventure Park, Relax at the Yoga Barn or visit the rice terraces or paddy fields of Bali.

Day 4 –Undertake a few optional activities like surfing, diving, etc or indulge in street shopping or splurging at the splendid malls.

Day 5 - Take a free leisure day enjoying chilling and exploring around.

Nusa Dua, Echo Beach, Sanur Beach, Lovina Beach and Karma Beach are a few famous beaches in Bali.

Holding a bunch of magical destinations a few places that you must surely visit on your Bali Honeymoon are as follows:

  • Ubud
  • Kuta
  • Sanur Beach
  • Tanah Lot
  • Lovina
  • Seminyak

Bali serves a wide range of luxury as well as budgeted accommodation options, you can choose the best place to live in Bali as per your preference and choice.

However a few most suggested accommodation options of Bali are listed below

  • Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
  • Rock'n Reef
  • Grand Hyatt Bali
  • Hilton Bali Resort
  • Mercure Bali Nusa Dua
  • Sense Sunset Hotel Seminyak

The best time to visit Bali is ideally during April to September however July and August are the peak tourist months.

Take a stroll or simply relax at the beautiful beaches:

  • Enjoy a couple spa session
  • Watch stunning sunsets
  • Indulge in a natural photography session of the breath-taking beautiful views
  • Take up helicopter rides or horse rides
  • Spend some leisure time with your precious half rejuvenating in the serene and calm surroundings of Bali.

Bali offers a wide range of romantic getaway options for couples to visit. Here’s a list of few places you must visit with your better half:

  • Uluwatu
  • Sanur
  • Mount Batur
  • Tegenungan Waterfall
  • Pandawa Beach
  • Ubud
  • Gili Islands
  • Jimbaran Beach

Yes. It is important to have a visa to enter Bali unless you are a foreign national from some of the selected countries, you will require an Indonesian visa.

There are just so many things you can do in Bali. Tourists love for its natural beauty and serene environment. From amazing attractions like Mount Batur, Pura Tanah Lot, Ubud Art to interesting things to do like witnessing Bali’s Hindu culture and history, visiting hot springs and so on, Bali has got it all.

Though the chances of experiencing rain during December are high, Bali still offers a lot of things to do in this month. Besides, it is home to several attractions that can be visited in December.

There are just so many things you can do in Bali. Tourists love for its natural beauty and serene environment. From amazing attractions like Mount Batur, Pura Tanah Lot, Ubud Art to interesting things to do like witnessing Bali’s Hindu culture and history, visiting hot springs and so on, Bali has got it all.

Bali is famous for its mesmerizing sunset spots, natural beauty, kind and amazing people and exotic beach resorts. Apart from this, it is also famous for a number of adventurous activities such as snorkeling, horse riding, diving, snorkeling, paragliding and not to forget spectacular honeymoon destinations.

 

  •          Witness the spectacular sunrise from the top of Mount Batur
  •         Explore the underground labyrinth Goa Gala-Gala
  •          Try delicious cat poo coffee
  •          Visit the numerous hot springs
  •          Ubud river rafting
  •          Ayung river rafting
  •         Sport fishing
  •         Mountain cycling in the hills of Ubud
  •          Horse riding in Seminyak
  •          Hiking in the rice fields

 

Popularly known as the Island of the Gods, Bali can be spent or experienced the way you want to. From exploring its rugged coastlines, mesmerizing hills and mountains to spending time with your loved on the sandy beaches, Bali can be experienced anyhow.

Bali is August is dry. It is the peak of the dry season where you get to experiences a lot of sun. However, August is the best time to enjoy the exotic beaches of Bali and go swimming. The average sea temperature of Bali in August is 27°C.

No. Indian passport holders are not required applying for a tourist visa. If an Indian citizen is staying for less than 30 days, then he/she does not require a visa. Besides, Indonesia offers Visa on Arrival for Indian passport holders.

  •          Ubud Monkey Forest
  •          Mount Batur
  •          Penglipuran Village
  •          Bamboo Forest
  •          Ulun Danu Beratan Temple
  •          Pura Tirta Empul
  •          Banyumala Twin Waterfalls
  •          Indulge in water activities like water rafting, scuba diving, river rafting
  •          Freediving
  •          Sailing
  •          White-water rafting
  •          Canoeing on Lake Batur
  •          Sport Fishing

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