Turta Gangga – Bali Royal Water Palace
For couples wanting the exotic, the beautiful, the spiritual, for their honeymoon, should look no further than Bali. This lush volcanic island in Indonesia, is home to pristine beaches, exquisite architecture and fertile rice paddies. The beaches are perfect for romantic relaxation or action and activities, the choice is theirs.
Temple Bratan Lake
This part of Indonesia is home to pirates, dragons and misty mountains…and Bali offers some of the most beautiful accommodations to stay in anywhere in the world. Gorgeous, romantic and memorable hotels are numerous, and make for an incredible honeymoon location. From 5-star hotels to backpacker beach huts, there are places to stay for all budgets.
This sun-kissed, vibrant and stylish island of Bali is just right for honeymooners. A blend of architecture, culture and stunning natural beauty, it’s a destination associated with tranquility and relaxation. It is a spiritual and magical place, which has retained its authenticity and culture, and also its pristine beaches and green-hued lush landscapes.
Honeymooners can visit the cultural heart of Bali, Ubud, which is famous for art and craft, including carvings. In the world famous arts center of Ubud, couples will find numerous galleries, museums and varied cultural performances.
Anantara Uluwatu Bali Resort
There are endless ways couples can make this exotic destination even more memorable. They can hike to Uluwatu and arrange for a Jimbaran sunset dinner, or they can dine on a 5-course meal, in a cave at Samabe Resort.
They may opt to take a helicopter ride over Bali to view the spectacular coastline and Mount Batur’s caldera, or they may choose to make a wish for lasting love at the 700 year old Great Banyan Tree in the north. Just a few of the romantic adventures honeymooners can partake in.
Couples will want to consider when the ideal time is to travel to this part of Indonesia. The dry season is from April to September and is also when humidity is at its lowest. But that is also when prices are at their highest, during the peak of that time, between July and September.
With its beaches, palm trees and warm, blue waters, Bali delivers on all that honeymooners would expect of a tropical island. For most, its most powerful draw is the island’s varied landscape of beach and volcanic land; for others the appeal lies in the spiritual culture. Either way, it’s an ideal honeymoon destination.
– Melanie Jascoviez CTC / DS
Resort photo provided by Anantara Uluwatu Bali