The Best Of Bali
We love nothing more than to share the best of Bali with you. From our favorite places to eat, drink, shop or relax to unique day excursions and even trips beyond Bali. We blog about it only when we experienced it ourselves. So, go on and enjoy reading all the “bests” Bali has to offer.
- Adventurous & Active
- Airport Info
- Animal Encounters
- Bali Buddies Interns
- Best Bali Daytrips
- Beyond Bali
- Cultural & Sightseeing
- Eat & Drink
- Enjoy A Day At 100k
- Expat Life
- Getting Around
- Kids in Bali
- Play & Relax
- Shop & More
- Top List
- Useful Info
TT Beach Club (formerly Cattamaran Beach Club) hasn’t even been open a year, but it has already built up a reputation as one of the Bukit’s best day clubs.
If relaxing poolside in Bali is high on your vacation’s priority list, a hotel or resort with a swim-up bar is a must. Here are our favourite resorts in Bali with a swim-up bar.
Hitting that magic 100% occupancy rate is little more than a dream for most hotels. But Ini Vie Hospitality’s newest property, Astera Villa Canggu, has done just that since opening in November last year.
Located right beside the largest lifestyle complex in Bali, Beachwalk Shopping Mall, 15-minutes drive from the international airport, just a few steps away from the phenomenal sunset and surfing beach, Kuta, Aloft Bali Kuta is all about location!
Between 2009 and 2018, the world lost about 14% of its coral reefs, due to the rising sea temperature. That is more than the size of all of Australia’s reefs combined. Let’s think about that for a second…
From huge free-form swimming pools to interactive games rooms and traditional crafts activities, Bali’s top family hotels know exactly how to keep the little ones entertained. Here’s our edit of Bali’s best hotels for families in each area of the island.
Surrounded by pockets of jungle and petite rice fields, Kaamala Resort Ubud consistently comes up as one of Ubud’s most romantic stays. Right in the heart of Ubud yet still quiet enough to hear the cicadas serenading each other in the paddies, it’s certainly an idyllic setting.
Nothing says luxury quite like rolling out of bed and sliding straight into a lagoon-like swimming pool. And that’s exactly what’s on offer if you stay in one of Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua’s signature swim-out rooms. But that’s just one part of what makes a stay at this luxury French-inspired resort special.
“The Best Hotel in the WORLD” is a title not easily achieved, but Bali’s very own Capella Ubud won this esteemed title in Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards in 2020….and in 2022 they are in the running for this award once again!
On February 3rd we saw the first International flight land in Bali in almost 2 years! After a water cannon welcome upon landing, the guests from Japan were transported to Grand Hyatt Bali in Nusa Dua to begin their 5 day “Warm Up Vacation”.
Calling Sunday brunch fans!
W Bali – Seminyak has long been famous for hosting one of the most iconic Sunday Brunches on the Island….and now you get the chance to experience this fabulous brunch at home (or in your holiday home if you’re visiting the Island!).
During your Bali Trip, we recommend a visit to Banyuwangi as part of your itinerary so you can explore the area including a climb to Mt Ijen.
Singapore Airlines has announced the resumption of direct daily flights into Bali starting February 16th. While this news has the Island in a spin (us included), those of us who have remained in Bali for the past two years take the news with caution. We’ve witness so many “false starts” when it comes to Bali’s reopening, we will all be waiting for that first flight touch its wheels down at Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport before we start our cheering.
Celebrate the arrival of the year of the Tiger in Bali. We’ve listed down our favourite venues with Chinese New Year celebrations all around Bali.
Have you ever dreamed of saying “I do” with a backdrop of the stunning Indian Ocean?
The edge Bali may be just the venue you are looking for!
This dazzling venue of 8 ocean view villas, an exclusive entertainment centre, day club, and exquisite dining experiences is not only perfect for larger groups, but for intimate ceremonies as well.
If these past two years in Bali has taught us anything, it’s that we are indeed stronger together. The best way for Bali to rebuild is by supporting each other, and Marriott International in Indonesia is taking action with the initiation of its #ByBaliForBali campaign.