Every year Bali has a new influx of fantastic, delicious new venues that pop up on this beautiful island. We thought we'd share some of the hottest new additions that have come to the scene this Summer!
Bali is such a magical location, and the perfect location for you to whisk away the happiest days of your life with your recent wife or husband on a tropical island paradise! Provided below is a list of some of our favourite honeymoon resorts and villas for those lucky enough to be honeymooning in beautiful Bali!
Handpicked selection and recommendations from our team of the most luxurious Resorts in Seminyak. We've searched through thousands of Seminyak resorts and picked our favourite and best value for money resorts so you don't need to. If you like one simply click on the link and book online :)
With so much happening in Bali and so many new venues popping up every week, the island is now saturated with some of the world's most trend-setting restaurants. Keeping up to date with all of the new and amazing venues is hard work so we decided to create a comprehensive list of the best Bali Restaurants for you! These are some of what we think are the best restaurants in Bali for 2015.
Celebrations at any of these beautiful Bali party villas would be an amazing experience, where it would be a crime to not take advantage of all of these amazing villas. For any parties, corporate bashes or weddings contact us to get the best rates and service providers in Bali.
These are our handpicked selection of the best boutique and value for money Villas in Seminyak. We've searched through thousands of Seminyak villas and picked our favourite and best value for money villas so you don't need to. If you like one simply click on the link and book online.
Perched on the gentle slopes leading up towards the central mountains, Ubud remains the remarkable hub of Balinese culture.
Our Teams handpicked selections of our favourite Ubud Resorts and Villas. Have a browse through and feel free to share with us any of your favourites so we can add them to the list for everyone to enjoy!
‘Sunday Brunches’ have become trendy amongst the high-end international hotels over the past few years all around the world. With buffets and all you can eat style dinning cascading with oysters, sashimi, premium meats, decadent desserts, accompanied with free flow champagne if you choose, it’s no surprise the trend has caught on here in Bali. Here we have the best of Bali’s Sunday Brunches from gastronomic and extravagant, sophisticated and polished to child friendly.
There are so many outstanding Spa's in Bali and we enjoyed experiencing many of them we wanted to ensure we had sufficient background to this piece so we had Judy Chapman help us out! Judy is the former Editor-in-Chief of Spa Asia magazine and columnist for Wellbeing Australia magazine
The handpicked selection and recommendations from our team of the best Resorts in Seminyak. We've searched through thousands of Seminyak resorts and picked our favourite and best value for money resorts so you don't need to. If you like one simply click on the link and book online :)
Bali is a hot spot for detoxes partly due to the variety of fresh produce widely available. Here is a list of the best of the best spots around the island for everything that’s vegan, vegetarian, gluten free or organic. Because your body deserves a holiday too.
Ubud offers a wide variety to the roaming traveller from traditional village roadside stalls to upmarket fine dining restaurants. This incredible hub from Jalan Raya Ubud to Jalan Monkey Forest offer incredible dining experiences with a stunning view to match. Here’s The Bali Bible's selection of some of our favourite Ubud restaurants.
Bali is the hottest destination for fitness and health retreats, but with so many retreats on this beautiful island, which are the pick of the bunch? Below are a few we highly recommend you chat with and see if their style of retreat suits you!
A healing spa situated in a museum, ultra-sound facials and a blind therapist who can analyze your blockages via a foot massage -- the best spas in Bali deliver far more than your average rub-a- dub-dub giving us the opportunity to explore non-traditional treatments in a more interesting way. Judy Chapman hunts down 10 of the most intriguing spas and experiences for the coming year.
Bali is the place to indulge and what better way to indulge than booking some pampering at one of the island’s leading Day Spas. These spas have come up with some of the most unique and covetable treatments that we’ve come across on the island so far. Why not go beyond the off street foot reflexology and really indulge yourself on your next trip to Bali?
As Bali has come into maturity as a tourist hot spot, prices have also become more mature- ie. With all the upscale restaurants and shopping it seems that Bali isn’t as cheap as it used to be. However we’ve scratched beneath the surface to find you the best insider tips for sleeping, dinning and shopping on a budget. Bali is known as one of the world’s favourite and most affordable playgrounds, and is relatively easy to reach for most travellers. Check out our tips on saving Rupiah in Bali to keep Bali an accessible island destination for you.
I first came to these islands 8yrs ago and loved my time there. It was another 6yrs until I returned and nothing much seemed to have changed, which is a big part of the attraction for me. These days I go a few times a year, I love the South Bali mainland but this is my favourite escape from the tourist pace and high stress of choosing which beach club party to attend each weekend.
Generally speaking, it's not necessary for travellers to learn Balinese, as nearly every Balinese speaker speaks Indonesian as well, and many are even reasonably competent in English... Nevertheless, attempting to speak their language will almost certainly please the locals.
Bali is an incredible destination with great cuisine, drinks and activities however sometimes in the fun of it all you can get sick. Here is a list of the best remedies for curing that pesky Bali Belly.
Bali is constantly voted one of the best islands in the world and there is good reason for it. It is the dream destination for many, and the epitome of the tropical island idyll. Bali really does have it all, stunning beaches including some of the best surf breaks in the world, it has resorts and villas that will take your breathe away and now boasts some of the worlds best restaurants.
For those planning on travelling to Bali, we thought we would share a guide to the island from getting around, to the best restaurants and even on how to not getting ripped off!
We’ve all been to Bali - once, twice or maybe you’ve been going to Bali since Kuta was considered ‘exotic’. Over the recent years, probably with the help of The Bali Bible’s Instagram account you might have had some of the surrounding islands of Bali enter your radar and pique your curiosity. Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 separate islands, 922 of them inhabited. Here is a guide to a handful of them.
Take the old tourism slogan, ‘Bali, land of the gods’ and interchange it with ‘Bali, the land of something for everyone’. After all, several different tourist hubs have come into fruition, each with it’s own delicious flavor. This leads you to the question, “which part of Bali is for me?”
The first thing you will notice on arrival into Bali will probably be the insatiable thirst you feel for a coconut/mojito/bintang once the humid, warm air engulfs you into island mode. The second thing you notice will most probably be the state of the traffic and drivers. Impatient honking, no speed limits, people not adhering to lane markings, cab drivers choosing the worst possible scenario for a U-turn.