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The Indonesian island of Bali combines the very best of nature’s offerings with man-made attractions for visitors of all ages. Bali is the perfect destination for luxury family holidays and for romantic breaks and honeymoons, with commercial sites that contrast with the peaceful temples and ancient landmarks that include Gunung Kawi and Tanah Lot.
Scuba divers will find all that they need for exploration beneath the waves off the shores of Bali’s beaches, with Menjangan Island being a popular dive spot and with the USS Liberty Shipwreck down below the surface. The island also offers the spectacular Nirwana Golf Course, and walking trails that lead to landmarks such as the plummeting Sekumpul Falls.
Bali offers a wide enough range of attractions that all visitors, no matter what their age or interest, will find plenty of things to do. Should you wish to relax then the resort spas and pristine beaches will offer inviting spaces in which to spend your time. The Waterbom water park and animal attractions including the Bali Safari and Marine Park and the Sacred Monkey Forest provide an alternative for a more action-packed luxury holiday.
Bali’s rice terraces are a must-see on your holiday. The Jatiluwih Green Land is perhaps the most famous of all, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, whilst the Tegalalang Rice Terrace offers exceptional views near Ubud.
Luxury Bali holidays offer opportunities to relax and to enjoy a wide range of activities to suit every member of your travel party.
Some ideas for luxury holidays in Bali include:
Cultural – Bali’s museums and art galleries, such as the Neka Art Museum and the Agung Rai Museum of Art, have fascinating exhibits and are well-presented tourist attractions with lots to see and do.
Active – Ascending Mount Agung might be the highlight of your Bali holiday, and is a rewarding experience for all that manage to reach the mountain’s summit.
Romantic – From sunset dinners by the beach to massages in resort spas, there are opportunities for romance to flourish when you holiday in Bali.
Beach Breaks – Bali’s beaches include idyllic paradise settings such as the Green Bowl Beach, and favourite spots for surfers where the waves are perfect. Suluban Beach is a popular choice for surfers of all abilities.
Shopping Breaks – Bali’s night markets present opportunities for immersive shopping in a busy and bustling atmosphere, whilst art markets such as Sukawati are places to purchase local handcrafted souvenirs. Bali also has some larger shopping venues, including the Discovery Mall, for purchases of clothing and electronics amongst other items.
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