Located in the village of Ketweel on the south east coast of Bali and offering stunning ocean views, Villa Bayu Gita offers luxurious and well appointed accommodation split across ...
Bayu Gita Beachfront villa is located in the village of Ketweel on the south east coast of Bali and on the black sands of Pabean Beach, popular with surfers, and offering stun...
Bayu Gita Residence villa is located in the village of Ketweel on the south east coast of Bali close to the black sands of Pabean Beach which is popular with surfers and offer...
In a fabulous central location in Seminyak, Casa Brio, is a gem of a villa and one of our favourites in Bali. Located down a quiet street in this cosmopolitan and popular area, its...
Chalina Estate villa is a stunning fully staffed home set among Canggu’s rice fields and a couple of minutes from some excellent surf beaches. Enjoy some stunning sunsets ecl...
Situated on a dramatic hiltop in Jimbaran with stunning panoramic views over the south coast of Bali , The Longhouse is known for its design and architecture by the renowned local...
There are many ways clients can travel to Bali but there are no direct flights from the UK. Options include flying Qatar via Doho, Emirates via Dubai, Air Singapore via Singapore and Cathay via Hong Kong.
|Flying time:||19 hours|
|Country Size:||2232 square miles|
|Time Difference from UK:||+8 hours Winter / + 7 hours Summer|
|Driving:||Left hand side of the road|
|Airport:||Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar Airport|
|Entry Requirements:||British citizens travelling to Indonesia for tourism can enter the country without a visa for up to 30 days|
|Drink the water:||It is advisable to only drink bottled water|
|Beaches:||Bali is renowned for its beaches and surfing|
|Health and Safety:||No inoculations are needed to travel to Bali but it is always advisable to speak to your doctor and pack insect repellent.|
November to March is considered the wet season with higher temperatures and high humidity, particularly in coast areas. The dry season, which falls between June and October is considered the best time to visit Bali as temperatures are warm yet mild and the skies are clear and sunny.
May is the hottest month in Bali with an average temperature of 28°C and the coldest is January at 26°C with the most daily sunshine hours in August. The wettest month is January with an average of 90mm of rain. The best month to swim in the sea is in January when the average sea temperature is 29°C.
The mere mention of Bali evokes thoughts of a paradise. It’s more than a place; it’s a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind. Bali is an island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns.
Bali is located at the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. Its capital of Denpasar is located at the southern part of the island.
Denpasar – Denpasar is the capital of Bali and located on the south of the island. This town might not be a tropical paradise, but it’s as much a part of ‘the real Bali’ as the rice paddies and clifftop temples. This is the hub of the island and here visitors will find shopping malls and parks. Most enticing, however, is the growing range of authentic and tasty restaurants. You may also want to sample Denpasar’s markets, its important museum and its purely modern Balinese vibe.
Sanur – Sanur is becoming a popular choice for visitors – it is not as frantic as Kuta yet more lively than Nusa Dua. There is a good mix of restaurants and bars that aren’t all owned by resorts.The beach is protected by a reef and breakwaters, so families appreciate the limpid waves. Sanur stretches for about 5km along an east-facing coastline, with the lush and green landscaped grounds of resorts fronting right onto the sandy beach.
Seminyak – Seminyak is a beach resort area on the southern end of Bali, Indonesia, with abundant luxury hotels, villas and spas, as well as high-end shopping and restaurants. Sleek bars and clubs with busy sunset scenes line Seminyak and Petitenget beaches, which are wide, west-facing stretches of Indian Ocean shoreline with gray sand and good surfing conditions.
Kuta – Kuta is a beach and resort area in the south of the island. One of Bali’s first tourist developments, it’s best known for its Indian Ocean surfing and party-centric atmosphere. Kuta’s long, consistent waves make it a popular surf spot, particularly for beginners, and plenty of outfitters offer board rentals and surf lessons.
Nusa Dua – Nusa Dua is in the southern part of Bali and known as an enclave of large 5-star resorts. It is located 22 kilometres from Denpasar.
Ubud – The town of Ubud, in the uplands of Bali, is known as a center for traditional crafts and dance. The surrounding Ubud District’s rainforest and terraced rice paddies, dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, are among Bali’s most iconic landscapes. Ancient holy sites include the Tirta Empul temple complex, intricately carved Goa Gajah (“Elephant Cave”) and Gunung Kawi with its rock-cut shrines.