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.
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The newly-opened Peachy Bar and Restaurant serves Mediterranean dishes in the iconic Canggu shortcut. Escape daily life in a peachy way – share plates with friends and sip in its vibrant surroundings, next to the green rice terrace.
Located in the heart of Kuta, Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta Sunset Road unveils access to all it takes for a memorable business trip in Bali. From its stylish-tropical decorated property, high-tech meeting rooms, and of course delightful attractions and beautiful beaches less than 20 minutes away, you surely won’t miss the fun during your stay.
Fashion was always a translated in many ways – from trends to highlighting social issues, it was no doubt a language that many of us use to speak and express ourselves. That very idea was a means for The Apurva Kempinski to show its fondness for the rich culture that Indonesia has to offer.
Every year, thousands of holiday-makers flock to the island of Bali to experience its unique culture, eye-catching artwork and wide variety of mouthwatering dishes.
Many of you will know about Bali’s famed Green School in Ubud, what you might not know is that there is also a Green Camp Bali, a “wall-less” camp located in Ubud offering immersive nature experiences.
Calling all pasta lovers! Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta are excited to announce the arrival of the Jaba Lounge – a sensational new dining concept that merges Indonesian, Western and Italian street food cuisine in one delightful location.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to have an excellent Bali experience and enjoy all the island has to offer. We’ve put together our best tips to get the most bang for your buck when it comes to traveling to Bali on a budget.
To bring the dream wedding into reality, Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta Sunset Road offers a fabulous wedding package that comes with affordable price yet handled by the experienced and professional wedding team.
With its mystical forests and ornate temples, Ubud has long been looked upon as one of Bali’s most fascinating destinations. Last year, Travel & Leisure ranked the resort town 4th best in the world — beating off competition from the likes of Kyoto, Florence, and Chang Mai. And it’s not hard to see what keeps drawing visitors back to the culture-seeped destination.
Tropical jungle surrounds, Insta-worthy interiors, and a bamboo yoga shala — Why we love Amarea Ubud
If rainforests and rice fields appeal more than beaches, then Ubud might just be your happy place. It’s a destination where you can sip sundowners overlooking misty jungle ravines, watch monkeys frolicking overhead, and get your sweat on at the swoon-worthy yoga shalas.
Take your dining experience to the next level with The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali as they are welcoming the collaboration of the dynamic trio; Matthias Mittnacht, Jason Licker and Marlon Hermanto into the kitchen.
If you enjoy fine-dining and fancy yourself as a bit of an art-lover, then the Ritz-Carlton has created the perfect evening for you. Kicking-off on the 29th of July and running until the 28th of August, the Ritz-Carlton is offering a culinary extravaganza, merging culture and art produced by renowned Indonesian art maestro, Made Wianta.
Bali is always a great idea when it comes to leisures, holiday or vacation. As the school holiday season is approaching this August, Courtyard by Marriott Bali Nusa Dua Resort highlights their massive pool lagoon where families can spend fun splashy moments together.
The famous Uluwatu resort, Karma Kandara has just welcomed a new wellness package which promises a kick-start to your wellness journey.
There is a lot in the Australian media right now about Foot & Mouth Disease being present in Indonesian livestock (including in Bali), and the threat of this disease being brought back to Australia from tourists retuning from Bali. Here are some frequently asked questions we’ve seen on this topic, and what you need to do if you are travelling from Bali to Australia soon.
New in West Bali Lost Lindenberg is a boutique surf resort fringed by jungle and a volcanic sand beach
Lindenberg, the trailblazing hospitality brand behind four unique ‘guest collectives’ in Frankfurt, have just expanded their offering — on the remote coast of West Bali! Built within palm forests overlooking a black sand beach, Lost Lindenberg features eight elevated tower rooms, a plant-based eatery, and a jungle spa housed within a traditional gladak (antique wooden house).
The American news magazine TIME has just revealed the third annual list of the World’s Greatest Places, which highlights 50 extraordinary travel destinations around the world.
Legendary Bali rib joint Naughty Nuri’s has recently landed in Sanur. Famous for its sticky pork ribs and triple-strength martinis, Nuri’s began life in Ubud more than 20 years ago. Back then, it was a simple roadside warung, a meeting place for the local expat community to drink and chat with owners, Brian and Nuri. Over the years, the eatery’s popularity grew, with celebrities like Julia Roberts, Donna Karan, and the late Anthony Bourdain all gracing Nuri’s table.