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Visiting Bali – A City Guide
Verdant, tropical Bali is covered in rice paddies, dotted with volcanoes and ringed by pristine beaches. Adding an extra splash of vibrant colour is the island’s deep-rooted culture, visible everywhere in its thousands of Hindu temples, where ceremonies take place every day.

Bali: city layout and top attractions
Most large hotels are concentrated in the south of Bali. South of the airport and the island’s capital Denpasar are the resort of Jimbaran and Bukit Peninsula, home to many upscale hotels. Bustling Kuta has long been a tourist hotspot, while neighbouring Tuban, Legian and Seminyak are also busy with beachcombers and surfers. Sanur is more family oriented. Surrounded by rice fields, serene Ubud is the cultural capital. Northern and western regions are less developed, while central Bali is dominated by dramatic volcanoes.

As a break from the beach, many of Bali’s most exotic temples come with spectacular backdrops. Coastal Tanah Lot sits on a rocky outcrop. Uluwatu perches precariously on a clifftop at the southern tip of the island, while the 17th-century Ulun Danu Bratan graces the shores of a beautiful lake surrounded by mountains.

The concierge recommends…

  • Enjoying the peaceful leafy surrounds of Ubud’s Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.
  • Visiting the moated temple complex at Taman Ayun and relaxing in its verdant gardens.
  • Examining the macabre murals in Klungkung’s Kerta Gosa pavilion, a former courthouse. Many scenes depict the punishments awaiting wrongdoers in the afterlife.
  • Enjoying the peaceful surrounds of 9th-century sanctuary Goa Gajah, the Elephant Cave.

Eating Out in Bali
You can find great food everywhere on Bali, whether it’s noodles from a mobile stall you crave, or you want to eat in a warung (traditional family-run eatery) or dine in style in a high-end restaurant. Bali is also one of indonesia’s few non-Muslim islands, and pork dishes are very popular. Locals like to pep up their meals by adding a spoonful of sambal, a fiery chilli relish.

Southern Bali has thousands of international restaurants in all price categories, especially in resorts such as Kuta and Seminyak, and around Ubud. Many beach restaurants specialise in seafood. Away from these areas most restaurants are simpler, and the focus is more on Balinese and Indonesian dishes.

The chef recommends...

  • Nasi campur: White rice topped with spoonfuls of boiled egg, curried meats and fish, tofu and vegetables – whatever the restaurant has been cooking up that day.
  • Mi goreng: Egg noodles, fried with shallots and a mix of shrimp, meats, chilli and vegetables, tossed in kecap manis (sweet soy sauce) and often garnished with a fried egg.
  • Lawar: A richly spiced mixture of coconut, vegetables and sometimes minced meat.
  • Babi guling: Roasted suckling pig, traditionally served with white rice and lawar.

Shopping in Bali
Balinese shopping covers it all, from street stalls selling souvenirs to designer outlets specialising in hand-crafted batik. Haggling is expected in traditional local stores and markets, but prices are generally non-negotiable in upscale boutiques and shopping malls.

Kuta was once mainly known for its surf shops, but it now has everything from markets to air-conditioned fashion stores. You’ll find shopping malls there and in other resorts such as Seminyak and Nusa Dua, as well as in the capital Denpasar. The island’s artistic centre Ubud is known for its handicrafts. Shops in other parts of the island tend to be more basic and traditional.

Top souvenirs from Bali

  • Balinese sarongs are distinguished by a fringe on two sides, and come in traditional local geometric designs as well as modern, beach-themed patterns.
  • Balinese batik fabrics covered with colourful and intricate dotted patterns are traditionally created in a painstaking process using wax and dye.
  • Kopi Luwak is revered globally as one of the world’s finest coffees. It is grown in the Kintamani region in northeastern Bali and brought to you via the gut of an Asian palm civet, where enzymes help to soften the beans and strip them of bitterness.

Culture & Nightlife in Bali
Local Balinese people live their colourful culture daily. You can see temple ceremonies and offerings of flower petals everywhere, and the air is often filled with the otherworldly sounds of a gamelan percussion orchestra. Balancing this tradition, modern Bali features tourist nightclubs of world renown that often book globally famous DJs. Many clubs only get going at around midnight.

Make your way to Ubud if you want to experience traditional Balinese culture. For more modern diversions, the southern resorts have the best nightlife. Chaotic Kuta is packed with upscale clubs, cocktail bars and pubs. Legian is also lively, as is the more upmarket Seminyak, while the resort hotels in Nusa Dua and on Bukit Peninsula often lay on entertainment for guests. Away from the beaches, evenings are frequently quieter and relaxing.

Classical culture in Bali

  • The Bali Museum in Denpasar has displays on Balinese culture, from theatrical masks and gamelan musical instruments to paintings and textiles.
  • Traditional Balinese dance performances are held most nights in Ubud Palace on the town’s main street.
  • You can take in the nightly wayang kulit (shadow puppet) performances at Oka Kartini, also located in central Ubud.

Leisure in Bali
For many visitors leisure in Bali simply means relaxing on a beach or taking a dip in the warm sea. Away from the sand and surf, the biggest attractions are the temples and the lush tropical scenery covered in rice terraces.

On Bali’s north coast, Lovina is less-developed than the southern resorts, but its colourful coral reefs make it an ideal spot to try out scuba diving or snorkelling. If you prefer to stay on the surface, it’s also the best place to watch dolphins frolicking in the waves.

Top activities in Bali

  • Make a splash at Waterbom Bali, one of Asia’s largest water parks with over a dozen slides and rides.
  • Hire a guide for the easy two-hour hike to the top of Mount Batur and watch the sunrise over Bali.
  • White-water rafting along the Agung river is suitable for all ages and experience levels.

Latest Bali Hotel Reviews


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By Wijaya
I suggest to make more clean in guest room.. It will be better [Less]
Comfortable bed and great service
Value for money. Staff was quite friendly. It would be great if they have more choices specially for vegetarians in the breakfast. [Less]
Good for a stopover
By popsy11
We stayed here during a lengthy stopover in Bali. The hotel was a convenient, well priced option about 15min from the airport. The hotel is located on the outskirts of town, which was great for [More] us, but may not be ideal for longer stays. The bed was very comfortable and the hotel was quiet, despite it being a Friday night. Staff were very helpful. [Less]
excellent resort and location... great for families and getaway
By wanderful
Great hit the refresh button kinda stay. Stay and stay for awhile as time goes by too quickly here. The people in Bali and the staff are just wonderful! Great and genuine smiles abound! [Less]
Staff
By Rangha
The staff at the hotel were amazing. Very kind and generous and we're always willing to help. They truly defined my experience at the hotel. Thank you so much [Less]
delightful experience
By johnathan1000
my family and I loved every part of our stay. the food was sensational and we didn't feel the need to leave at all to eat out.. the pool area was great with excellent service. the free cocktails for [More] club members was a highlight as was the food at the sunset bar. afternoon tea for club members was lovely. I look forward to returning soon . [Less]
A bit expensive but good staff
By Job316
Liked the pool and staff, great view and nice looking hotel Pretty expensive, Breakfast wasn't good and fitness room while it had a great view was very simple. Other than that staff was [More] outstanding so that was great [Less]
My favourite hotel in Kuta area!
By DmitryG
The hotel is really nice and everything is new. Very friendly staff . Super ocean view from the roof top swimming pool. Great location. Good price. [Less]

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