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Discover the hustle and bustle of Kuta, the Cultural beauty of Ubud and the sheer relaxation and water sports in Nusa Dua.
Bali is a living postcard, an Indonesian paradise that feels like a fantasy. Soak up the sun on a stretch of fine white sand, or commune with the tropical creatures as you dive along coral ridges or the colorful wreck of a WWII war ship. On shore, the lush jungle shelters stone temples and mischievous monkeys. The “artistic capital” of Ubud is the perfect place to see a cultural dance performance, take a batik or silver-smithing workshop, or invigorate your mind and body in a yoga class.
Spend 3 nights in Kuta at the Adi Dharma Hotel Large, comfortable rooms. Very friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Great for single traveller, couple or families on a budget. Balinese architecture hotel around a central pool area and well maintained gardens. Rooms are large, clean, comfortable, and well presented. The family rooms are particularly spacious and offer great value for money. All rooms and facilities have just been renovated and all staffs are polite and helpful. In the heart of Kuta close to the main shops and restaurants. Only a short walk to Poppies ll Lane or to the main street, Jalan Legian or Kuta beach.
3 nights in 3 different parts of Bali – perfect for first time visitors to Bali
Bali has long been equated with an exotic paradise, a picturesque vision of green rice fields and plantations, soaring volcanoes, cool lakes and rushing rivers, lush forests and palm fringed beaches. It is Indonesia’s number one tourist destination!
The next three nights travel to Ubud to the Bali Spirit. Ideal for those wanting to be away from the main centre of Ubud. A peaceful setting with good views. Every room has a balcony and panoramic views. As this is on a steep slope it is not suited to the elderly. A secluded and peaceful hideaway positioned on the side of a valley overlooking the Tjampuhan River. Located just off Monkey Forest Road only 10 minutes to Ubud in the free shuttle.
Then on the the equisite Courtyard By Marriott Nusa Dua. One of Nusa Dua newest resorts, with modern well appointed rooms and a relaxing pool area to laze by. Great value for money. In contrast, local attractions, a championship 18-holes Golf course and entertainment are within walking distance for those wishing to explore the allure of Balinese culture. The Courtyard by Marriott is the perfect contemporary venue for smaller groups, families, honeymooners or individual travellers wishing to capture the splendour of Bali. Nestled within a Golf Course and nearby Bali’s famous Beaches. Bali Nusa Dua.
Sightseeing in Bali is usually a relaxing undertaking, with many of the island’s best attractions centred round the breathtaking beaches; but a step away from the sugary white sands and warm waters to the verdant, tropical interior of the island is enough to discover that there is much more to this popular island than just its glorious beaches.
Kuta beach is without a doubt the beach to visit for sun and surf, but there are plenty of others worth exploring, such as Legian and Sanur beach, while Seminyak beach is the place for art lovers to peruse the tiny shopping galleries. Nature lovers will have a great time exploring Bali’s waterfalls, such as Gitgit and Blahmantung Falls, while the very fit will love a sunrise climb to the top of Mount Batur, or one of the other volcanoes that form the island’s peaks. After a long day of exploring, the hot springs of Banjar will rejuvenate tired muscles. See Bali’s wildlife up close at the Sangeh Monkey Forest, or the Bird Park in Singapadusuch. For something a little more exciting, book an elephant safari.
Aside from the natural wonders available, Bali has many cultural gems as well. Every village is required to maintain at least three Hindu temples, including the largest on the island, the Nine Directional Temples. Pura Luhur Uluwatu, perched on the cliffs above Uluwatu, is regarded as the most spectacular temple on the island. There is also a wealth of local art, best showcased in Ubud’s museums.