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Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by Gordon »

I'm hoping we can find some help here.

We've heard that Bali is quite beautiful and has a nice mix of cultural attractions and beaches. Since this is our honeymoon, we'd like to do some vegging out at the beach, but we'd like it to be near cultural sights. Or we might spend part of our time at the beach and part of the time seeing the culture. Which do you all think is a better idea (one hotel or two)? We'll have 10 days, plus travel time (12 in total). And can anyone recommend areas of Bali we should concentrate on (for either the beach part or the cultural part)? We're at the beginning of our research and I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed by all of the options.

 

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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by Pauline Frommer »

You could easily spend half the time at the beach and half the time inland. There are some lovely places in and around Ubud for the inland/cultural start of your stay. Then for the beach honeymoon, I'd suggest looking at Seminyak, Jimbaran, or Nusa Dua. Avoid Kuta which is the equivalent of Fort Lauderdale at spring break for Australians. Have a woderful honeymoon!

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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by pondytourism »

Yep. You can exactly spend your half the time at the beach and remain in land. The following places are I really like and its perfect for your honeymoon. Just take a cosideration.   Uluwatu Temple – Pura Luhur Pura Tanah Lot Pura Ulun Danu Bratan Ubud Private beach at Nusa Dua Beach Hike Mount Batur at Kintamani   Thanks Mathavan K
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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by ridhima0099 »

Bali is such a beautiful destination to visit on a honeymoon. It has got so much to offer when it comes to relaxation and spending some good time with your spouse. I would suggest you to divide your stay period into two and book two hotels. One at Ubud that is famous for its cultural places and the other accommodation by the beach side area as you can choose between Kuta, Nusa Dua, Seminyak or Jimbaran. This option will help you to experience the best of both the worlds of Bali. Bali is not that huge in area and all the main areas of Bali are located quite near to each other so I don't think there will be any problem to see all the highlights of Bali including beaches and culture in your decided period of time.

I can give you an itinerary that may also help you.

Day 1: Ubud: Goa Gajah ‘Elephant Cave’, Ubud Monkey Forest, Tegallalang Rice Terraces and Puri Saren Royal Palace.

Day 2: Blanco Renaissance Museum, Gunung Lebah Temple and Bali Safari & Marine Park.

Day 3: Kintamani Tour

Day 4: Seminyak, Jalan Raya and Ku De Ta

Day 5: Geger Beach, Bali Eye and Desa Seni Village.

Day 6: Kuta

Day 7: Tanah Lot, Temples of Tamaran Ayu and the Gigit Waterfalls to Lovina.

Day 8: Jimbaran Bay

Day 9: Final Departure. 

 

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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by Pauline Frommer »

I wouldn't recommend Kuta (spring break place for Australians). And frankly, this itinerary looks very packed. I would remove a few things so you have time to relax. It is a honeymoon after all.

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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by donnaastoehr »

Hi there, yes, we are planning to go for honeymoon and we decided to spend vacations at the resort.

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RE: Looking into Bali for a honeymoon

by Teguhlie1 »

Indonesia is the world's fourth most populous country. There are so many amazing destinations to visit Flores Island, Lombok, Komodo National Park, Bali and Gili Islands. Last year I had visited some beautiful places of Indonesia with the help of Komodo Wanderlust Tour travel expert. Really it was my trip in my whole life. I think Gili Islands and Lombok are the perfect destinations for your honeymoon trip.

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