Luxury Hotels in Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island, lying between Java and Lombok. The island is has the vast majority of Indonesia’s Hindu minority. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country. Balinese culture was strongly influenced by Indian and Chinese, and particularly Hindu.

Recommended Luxury Hotels in Bali:

The Shanti Residence Bali is the most Luxurious hotel at Bali. Located at Nusa Dua on the multi award-winning island of Bali, the Shanti has suites with private master chef, spa, gym, kitchen, in-house grill, state of art electronics and audio room, swimming pool and private plunge pool, gazebos and lush gardens. Personal chef will prepare you with in-villa gourmet meals, a couple’s moonlight massage, private yoga coaching, personal training, manicure and pedicure, and much more!

Villa Bulan Putih Bali Step through the fabulous stone entrance to Villa Bulan Putih, the Luxury getaway brings home comfort in this seven-bedroom villa complex. This hotel is also staffed with gourmet chefs, butlers, cleaning grounds staffs, car drivers and night time security. Guests can get comfort and safety while staying at resorts.

The Sahita Luxury Residence & Villa Bali is designed to be a perfect place for private party, event, wedding and gathering. Orientated towards the meditative waters of the Indian Ocean, this hotel is surrounded by coconut palms and flowers. The Sahita represents good taste without compromising comfort. The term ‘Sahita’ is an ancient Sanskrit word which means “togetherness” in that Sahita is a high-end hotel where guests will experience togetherness.

Villa Casis Bali was Voted Top 10 Best Villa in Destin Magazine, and Top 10 Best Villa in Conde Nast Traveller, Top 5 Sexiest Villa in Bali Istyle Magazine. Casis Bali has an awarding interior design. Casis is also within walk distance to best white sand beach.

Amanusa Resort Bali has a plain outlook, however, it is actually a very luxurious resort full of high quality services, facilities and amenities. It is best recommend for honeymooner who wish to experience a Super Deluxe class property and services. Amanusa is located close to the warm Indian Ocean on Bali’s southern, volcanic ally sculptured, peninsula. Amanusa is about 20 minutes driving from the Bali International Airport, Ngurah Rai.

Bali’s natural attractions, exciting night-life, year-round moderate climate, and the absence of security problems has made it the top touring island compared to many other islands all over the world. One trip to Bali can make you addicted to it for the rest of your life. Find more Luxury Hotels in

Bali – A Great Place to Enjoy Your Vacations

If you are planning a nice vacation with family, friends or have decided to take up solo travelling, Bali is one destination you shouldn’t miss out on. Bali has something in it for all kinds of travellers, the adventure seekers, those on a spiritual quest, the foodies, nature lovers and the beach lovers. Whether you want a vacation spent in the lap of luxury or you are a backpacker on a shoe-string budget, the Indonesian island of Bali is just right for you.

Here are some reasons why Bali is a great place for a vacation:

  • Surf and sand – Bali is synonymous with beaches, so there’s Nusa Dua, Kuta, Sanur, Balangan, Padang-Padang, Lovina, and Nyang Nyang, among a lot of other beaches to explore. The beaches are best explored in the April-October period, which is the dry season. Most of the beaches offer excellent opportunities for swimming, surfing ad snorkelling. Or maybe just to relax and stare at the vast expanse of blue!
  • Rice terraces: A treat to the eye – One sight that tells you almost immediately that one is in Bali is that of green rice terraces. The story of Balinese rice terrace sites goes back over a 1,000 years when stepped terraces were chiselled out of hills by farmers. The Balinese love their rice, which explains the importance attached to the rice terraces. The best places to explore these rice terraces are in northern side of Tegallalang village that is the central area of Bali. In the Tabanan Regency of Bali are the Jatiluwih rice terraces, named a UNESCO cultural landscape, and definitely worth visiting.
  • Serenity and temples – A visit to Bali is incomplete without also seeing their temples also called pura in Balinese. Do plan a visit to the Pura Besakih in East Bali, known to be among the most sacred temples of Bali, or the Pura Tanah Lot, which is a spectacular sight. The latter is on a rock which is a little distance away from the shore. Catch a glimpse of the wonderful sunset at Tanah Lot.
  • Stress-buster, this massage! – If you are done with running around Bali and experiencing the sights, you can relax by getting yourself a nice Balinese massage. There are Balinese massages available in other parts of the world, but getting one in Bali is an authentic experience. The island is full of spas in Kuta, Legian and Seminyak where you can get these massages.
  • Balinese food – Don’t miss out on experiencing the complex cuisine of the Balinese, which involves exotic spices and rice, and some wonderful desserts. Try the Nasi Goreng, Gado-Gado, Babi Guling, and the Satay when you are here.

The list is endless, and we gave you just a glimpse into why Bali is a great idea. Accommodation is not a problem, and the island is buzzing with activity at any given time of the year. If you want to experience luxury, there are many 5 star hotels in Bali for you to do so. Make your reservations in one of the luxury hotels in Bali, and have a vacation that energizes and pampers you to the core!

Must Visit Places in Bali

Bali, with its green paddy fields, temples, art markets and beaches, is one of the most picture perfect holidays you are ever going to take.

Here’s a small list of must visit places in Bali:

  • Tanah Lot: This rocky place in the water is home to the temple of Pura Tanah Lot, one of the most popular tourism spots. In the vicinity is Batu Bolong, which is a smaller temple. Put together, the two temples make for a breathtaking sight, beautifully set amongst crashing waves.
  • Uluwatu temple: This one of the most beautiful temples on the island. Built in the 11th century, the Uluwatu temple is one of the nine temples that are built in different directions, to protect the island from evil spirits. The temple also has a spectacular backdrop, ideal for photography.
  • Beaches of Bali: When you’re in Bali, you hit the beaches. The best beaches are around Jimbaran, Bukit Peninsula and Kuta. Canggu, Seminyak, Legian and Tuban are closer to Kuta, which itself has a nice but crowded beach. The other beach spots include, Jemeluk, (3 hours from Kuta), Amed (3 hours away from Kuta), Padangbai (an hour away from Kuta), Dream Beach, Nusa Lembongan (30 minutes from Sanur by boat), Sanur (30 minutes from Kuta), Bingin, Nusa Dua, and Balangan, all about 30 minutes from Kuta. Lovina is farther away (about 3 hours towards the north of Kuta). You could visit any one of these beaches for a fabulous sun-surf-sand experience, and enjoy some water sports as well! Here, you may rent sports gear and even take a course in the water sport of your choice. Uluwatu is also a great place for surfing if you’re an experienced surfer. You could visit Bukit for more sporting options; while Kuta is the ideal place for greenhorns and beginners.
  • Seminyak: Head to Seminyak if you want to enjoy the dazzle of Bali, with its boutique hotels, cafes and restaurants. And of course, there are the glorious beaches, and spa resorts for you to experience while at Seminyak.
  • Ubud: This is a lovely cultural centre in the heart of Bali, known for its ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ experience. You can feast your eyes on the lush green paddy fields, enjoy local food, visit art markets and museums to get a complete taste of Balinese culture. The Monkey Forest is another famed excursion while at Ubud.
  • Mount Batur: The mountain, also known as the Kintamani volcano, is a spectacular sight, that is a must-see for anyone travelling to Batur. The crescent-shaped Lake Batur is located at the foot of Mount Batur, filling a major part of the Mount’s crater, making it a primary area of interest. Kintamani is 2 hours away from Denpasar or Lovina.

Bali offers an endless number of spectacular sights, which makes it impossible to include every one of the remarkable ones in this list. The period between May and July is the ideal time for a vacation in Bali. Although your preferences may vary depending on whether you’re an explorer, a surfer or a culture buff. Accommodation is never an issue while you’re in Bali, as there are a number of budget hotels, mid-range hotels and 5 star hotels in Bali to suit every traveller’s requirements.