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Elephant Safari Park Lodge - Taro Hotels

Elephant Safari Park Lodge

Jalan Elephant Park Taro, Taro - Map
4.6 out of 5 (85 reviews)
Ayung Resort Ubud - Payangan Hotels

Ayung Resort Ubud

Desa Melinggih Kelod, Banjar Begawan, Payangan - Map
"Relaxing and friendly."
Most friendly staff and homely warmth. Comfortable and picturesque.
Traveller from Australia
Hanging Gardens Ubud - Ubud Hotels

Hanging Gardens Ubud

Desa Buahan, Ubud - Map
"Pure Relaxation "
This place is absolutely amazing and well worth the money. So peaceful and relaxing with your own amazing private pool at your villa overlooking breathtaking views. The staff are incredibly friendly with service that is second to none. Will definitely stay there again.
Traveller from Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
Viceroy Bali - Ubud Hotels

Viceroy Bali

Jalan Lanyahan, Banjar Nagi, Ubud - Map
4.8 out of 5 (90 reviews)
In the tranquillity of Bali Island, exclusive villas await guests in a sumptous environment redefining the word luxury, the …More
The Lokha Ubud - Ubud Hotels

The Lokha Ubud

Had such an amazing time! Would have loved to stay longer
A Traveller
Link Costel - Denpasar Hotels

Link Costel

Jl. Pulau Sayang No. 9B, Denpasar - Map
Kamandalu Ubud - Ubud Hotels

Kamandalu Ubud

Jalan Andong, Banjar Nagi, Ubud - Map
"Beautiful grounds, away from the hustle of Ubud. "
The resort grounds are the stand out. The standard rooms are simple and spacious with big bath and outside shower - there could have been more clothes storage, and the standard rooms at $550 per night do not have DVDs players. The staff are lovely natured, but lack western training in the dining room and kitchen. The breakfast was disappointing, as although breakfast is available until 10am, the hot food was sitting cold at 9.30am when we arrived - the staff also expect you to keep used cutlery for the entire sitting, and they are slow to clear dirty plates from the table. Lunch by the pool wasn't that great either. I would recommend going out to eat - there are some superb traditional restaurants in town. The hotel shuttles can be over crowded with hotel guests, so be prepared to get a taxi - which will cost about $5 each way. The yoga room has an amazing view and the infinity pool with sun bed deck is the most tranquil place to escape for relaxing.
Traveller from Melbourne, Vic, Australia
Alila Ubud - Ubud Hotels

Alila Ubud

Desa Melinggih Kelod, Ubud - Map
4.5 out of 5 (108 reviews)
Royal Pita Maha - Ubud Hotels

Royal Pita Maha

Desa Kedewatan, P.o. Box 198, Ubud - Map
4.4 out of 5 (72 reviews)
Overlooking the Ayung River at Batukurung, this resort is set among rice paddies and tropical forests less than two km (one …More
Ubud Green Resort Villas - Ubud Hotels

Ubud Green Resort Villas

Jln. Sriwedari No. 8, Ubud - Map
4.5 out of 5 (52 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Bali

    It doesn’t matter if you’re a beach lover, a rugged explorer, a party animal or all that and more – Bali has something for everyone. Rich in beautiful sights like rice paddies, temples and palm-fringed beaches, this island has long been extremely popular with Aussie travellers – and for good reason. Go wild in a beachside nightclub, surf, snorkel or dive, or take in the cultural attractions. Book your Bali hotel with us and you can put your own unique spin on this fun-filled favourite.


    Bali has been occupied since the beginning of human history, and the first Europeans to visit were Dutch sailors in 1597. The Dutch launched a successful military intervention in Indonesia in 1849, taking control of the country until the Japanese came to power during World War Two. After the war ended, President Sukarno declared Indonesia independent.

    Things to do

    Discover Bali’s unique and vibrant culture. There are more than 20,000 religious temples throughout the island, and most of them are open to visitors. One of the most famous is Pura Tanah Lot. Located on a slab of rock off the coastline of Bali, this Hindu temple is one of Bali’s biggest cultural attractions. Its interior is off-limits to the non-Balinese, but worth seeing from the outside, especially during sunset. Don’t miss "the holy snake", a stripy serpent that lives in a cave by the temple.

    Our Seminyak hotels will place you close to some of Bali’s most peaceful beaches. If you’re looking for nightlife, Kuta is party central, with dancefloors, DJs, beachside bars and karaoke. It also has water parks and shopping malls. For more wild parties, as well as relaxed beach life, book one of our Legian Beach hotels. Visit Ubud to monkey around in Ubud Monkey Forest and wander the temples and museums.

    Explore the island’s volcanoes. The tallest is Mount Agung, which is 3,142 metres above sea level and which fit hikers can tackle in about three or four hours. It’s no easy feet, but the view from the summit rewards you with a view from above the clouds.

    You can also watch traditional dance performances, experiences one of Bali’s many festivals like the annual BaliSpirit Yoga Festival, visit an art museum or head to the Bali Safari and Marine Park to explore the jungle AND the ocean.

    Shopping and dining

    In Bali, you’ll find a lot of open-air markets with local handicrafts and souvenirs, sometimes alongside brand-name items. Brush up on your haggling skills! If you want air-conditioned comfort, visit Discovery Shopping Mall, right on the shores of Kuta Beach.

    Bali’s dining scene has it all: a la carte and gastronomic fine dining, delicious seafood, heaps of beachfront spots, tapas bars and heaps of other options. For something uniquely Indonesian and super-affordable, check out the street food carts.

    Getting here

    Check out our range of flights to Bali to go with your Bali accommodation and get your trip to Bali sorted immediately. Wot more could you want?