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.
Bali offers accommodation for every budget, and no matter what the price you can enjoy the amazing atmosphere, people and experiences the island has to offer. In this thread we have chosen some of our personal favourite budget accommodation and also included our 600,000+ fans favourite budget hotels / resorts.
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.
Bali has some of the best breaks anywhere in the world and provided below are a few we recommend... let us know if there's anything you missed! The dry season of April to October is the most consistent time for surf where The Bukit peninsula, stretching from Uluwatu, through Padang Padang, Impossibles, Bingin and Balangan pumps during this time.
‘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
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!
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?”
A trip to Bali is a great way to relax your mind, body and spirit. For a lot of people getting off the plane and smelling the warm Balinese island air can lower your blood pressure and heart rate.... for those looking to step it up, this is a great list to relax even more on this beautiful island.
With so much happening in Bali and so many new venues popping it up the island is saturated with some of the worlds most trend-setting restaurants. Keeping up to date with all of the new and amazing venues is hard word 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 in Bali right now.