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Paradise is a term that every resort loves to use, but few live up to. Bali, however, is the real deal. Its pristine golden beaches, beautiful landscapes and locations of cultural importance will entice you with incredible sightseeing opportunities. There’s sun and relaxation across every inch of this amazing island.

Holidays in Bali certainly present you with plenty to do. You’ll enjoy immaculate beaches, world-class restaurants and excellent surfing, diving and snorkelling. You’ll be delighted by Bali whether you’re a history buff, an adrenaline junkie or a spa lover.

If you love nature, you can explore the natural springs, volcanoes and picturesque rice paddies. And make sure you keep your eyes peeled for some of Bali’s native wildlife. As well as exotic birds and reptiles, monkeys and elephants roam the island.

On Bali, holidays can be fast-paced too, with everything you’d ever want on an adventurous escape. If you’re looking for thrills, head over to Lombok Island and indulge yourself in some water sports and scuba diving.

On your Bali holiday, you’ll also discover ancient buildings and a serene and spiritual atmosphere everywhere you go, with ancient temples and shrines around every corner. You’ll see small offerings to the Hindu gods outside every shop, home and restaurant. And listen out for the familiar sound of traditional gamelan music wherever you travel.

Whether you’re looking for ancient temples, sun-kissed beaches, exciting water sports or peaceful rice paddies, in Bali you’ll find something for everyone. Then as night falls, grab a seat on the sand for a sunset BBQ, and finish off your memorable holiday in perfect style

What is the currency in Bali?


How long does it take to fly to Bali?

Approximately 16 hours via Singapore.

What is the time difference in Bali?

GMT +8 hours

When is it best to visit Bali?

Bali’s tropical climate means it has a rainy season between October and March, when rainfall can be heavy and humidity is high. The best time to visit Bali is between April and October. At this time, the days are pleasant and sunny with lower humidity and any rainfall is mostly confined to the evenings or early hours of the morning. Throughout this period there are a variety of cultural festivals, religious processions and spiritual celebrations, so you’re sure to get a taste of colourful Balinese life.

Visit Bali Tourist Board for more information

A Selection of Bali Hotels

Club Med Bali 4* Premium Resort In the distance, the slopes of the Batur volcano with its terraced paddy fields. At your feet, beautifully clear waters and fine sandy beaches. In the Sunda archipelago, the Club Med's Bali Resort is ...
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Prices from £1,589
Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan Four Seasons Sayan offers 18 expansive suites and 42 absolutely private villas that epitomise the ultimate in style and comfort. Reflecting their exotic surroundings, they feature rich teak wood furni...
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Prices from £1,915
Alila Villas Uluwatu Situated just 30 minutes from Denpasar Airport, and poised on an elevated plateau, the view from the Alila Villas Uluwatu is nothing less than picture-perfect. One can indulge in contemporary Bali-...
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Prices from £2,539
Bali & Lombok: Hike, Bike & Raft SUMMARY Brimming with incredible landscapes and extraordinary diversity, Bali and Lombok are perfect havens for curious, active travellers. Go white water rafting outside Ubud, stroll through rice pad...
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Prices from £912
Bali and Java Explorer If you’re looking to free your spiritual side–with a backdrop of stunning beaches and jungles–Bali and Java are waiting. Travel by bicycle rickshaw to local markets and workshops, and get your ...
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Prices from £1,444
Bali Family Holiday with Teenagers SUMMARY Although Indonesia’s perfect island getaway is often pondered as a land of beaches and sunbaking, it may come as a surprise that there’s another side of Bali as exhilarating as the other s...
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Prices from £736