When planning a holiday in Bali there’s so many options and many things to do. If it’s your first time visiting Bali then it’s highly recommended to stay in a few different areas to get a real taste of the island and decide yourself which area is most suitable. Some tourists enjoy being in amongst the busy tourist areas packed with restaurants, bars, and clubs. Others desire tranquility and lush beaches. Whereas some are looking for something in-between. Having been the voted the 5th best island in the world by TripAdvisor in 2016 and included in the Forbes Travel Guide top 12 holiday destinations for 2017, it’s safe to say that the appeal of Bali as is going global.
Villas in Bali
Staying in a villa in Bali has become the most popular accommodation choice of travelers and there’s already an estimate 20,000 holiday villas on the island to house all size of holiday group. Staying at one of these villas can be thought of as staying in your own private hotel as most come with their own staff such as housekeeping, personal chef, driver and security guard. And, if they don’t, it can always be arranged. For those that desire their own privacy and luxury yet don’t wish to be too secluded from the outside world, there’s also a range of villa resorts that consist of private villas (each with their own private pool) set within a resort. Such resorts include The Residence Seminyak and Aramanis Villas, both set in the upmarket Seminyak region and easily walkable to the main street full of restaurants and bars and not far from the beach.
Bali all inclusive
We have to be honest, there are some all-inclusive holiday deals in Bali but they aren’t too popular and we wouldn’t recommend them. There’s an absolute abundance of restaurants and bars in Bali that it would be almost criminal to fly there and not move from your accommodation the entire time.
Bali as a honeymoon destination
Bali has become a seriously popular destination for honeymooners as it offers a blend of traditional culture, serenity, romance, luxury, and more things to see and do than you can handle. Bali is also famous for the incredible sunsets (that occur every evening at around 6:30pm) and thousands of tourists and locals descend on the beaches to watch, while sipping a local beer or a fresh coconut. For accommodation, honeymooners tend to book into one of Bali’s many luxurious beachfront hotel resorts or book a private villa so they have their own romantic setting with private pool and staff.