A Bali Holiday is so popular with Australians and many others for many reasons but one of the main reasons is that it is one of the few places that LUXURY is affordable.
Whether you are organising a Bali Holiday for 2 or and or a family gathering of 20, Bali offers all types of accommodation from hotels to stunning luxury villas on acres on luscious tropical gardens.
The diversity of Bali regions offers different experiences for your Bali Holiday. Whether you just want to relax, do a bit of shopping, experience new cultures, have lots of fun with water sports or simply a beach holiday, Bali has it all.
Legian is located between Kuta and Seminyak on a stretch of golden sand beach. An excellent walking path along the beach, starting from Beach walk shopping mall and up to Double Six beach is a great way to explore Legian. The main road is Jalan Legian which is lined with tress and hosts a large number of boutiques selling clothes from local designers, jewellery and beautiful homewares.
Ubud is a green paradise surrounded by mountains, lush forests and lush green rice terraces. Ubud is the “capital” of art, Balinese culture and music which used to attract bohemian travellers but it is now a hot spot for literati, glitterati, art collectors and connoisseurs. Some of Bali’s best spas are also located in Ubud
Seminyak is known for its multicultural dining, urban style cafes, hip boutiques and great nightlife that stretches from Jalan Dhyana Pura all the way to Petintenget. Enjoy the beach both during the day as well as at night where you can relax on a bean bag and sip your favourite drink whilst watching the sunset.
Canggu starts from the south at the edge of Batu Belig and stretches out to Echo Beach, one of Bali’s best surfing playgrounds. Some of Canggus’ attractions include stunning rice fields, Village life, temples and a much slower pace than its neighbour Seminyak.
Bali enjoys a tropical climate and is perfect for holidays all year round with year round temperatures averaging around 31 degrees.
The wet season is between the months of October and April whilst the dry season is from May to September.
The Wet Season brings daily rain and quiet overcast days with the most rain recorded between December – February. Occasionally rainfall can also be expected during the dry season but usually at night or very early morning. June – August there is usually a very refreshing cool breeze all day long..
Money – The main currency is the Indonesian Rupiah (Rp). Money changers are available and you can also exchange Australian dollars at most banks.
Electricity – Bali uses a 2-pronged rounded pins European style plug electrical outlets. If you’re bringing electrical appliances from home you’ll need an adapter. The electrical voltage is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz which is compatible with Australia’s electrical appliances.
Passports and Visas – Australian passport holders do not require a visa for visits of up to 3 months in Bali. Passport must be valid for at least 6 months beyond your travel’s departure date.
Clothing – Casual summer wear and light clothing should be sufficient.
Language- While Bahasa Indonesia is the official language, English is widely spoken especially in tourist areas. Balinese is also spoken.