Seaheaven's Guide to Bali
Posted on July 19 2017
One of Seahavean’s favourite destinations is Bali, What Bali lacks in jet-age architecture and flashing lights, it makes up for in cultural depth and a tropical state of mind. And with its consistent hot temperatures, and swathe of boutique and luxury hotels, Bali continues to be a destination for both long-weekenders and year-round sun-chasers alike.
Set atop a coastal cliff, the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is a five-star hotel in the Tabanan region of Bali. Located under 2 km from the 16th-century Tanah Lot Temple and 10 km from Taman Segara Madu amusement park, the resort’s deluxe rooms and private villas look out across its award-winning golf course.
Uluwatu is one of our highlights to stay, make sure you visit Sunday’s Beach Club and if you like Spanish food visit El Kabron in Uluwatu, amazing cliff views.
Whether holidaying as a couple or with children, Bali heaves with landmarks and attractions to both see and do; from the Waterbom water park and cooking class experiences, to the island’s adventure scuba diving, innumerable temples and scenic vistas.
Seminyak has a lot of lively restaurants and bars our favorite places were The Mexicola Hotel and Potato Head Beach club.
Also we recommend you to visit Gilli Islands, amazing snorkeling with huge turtles and fish and also great for diving, no cars in the island so the only transport available are bikes and horses nothing more relaxing that getting away from the cities.
Although Indonesia is a Muslim country, Hinduism is still the predominant religion in Bali; and while the rules for holiday-makers are relaxed, we’d recommend that you remain respectful to their culture. With temperatures averaging at 26°C all-year round, summer clothes is all you need.