Bali – Explore More (6 nights / 7 days)
The sublime beauty of Bali is best understood by venturing off the beaten path. Explore the pristine beauty and cultural mystique of the Island of the Gods in true local style. It’s not just about eat, pray, love – Bali will nourish your soul and leave you wanting more.
Welcome to Bali! You’ll arrive in Ngurah Rai Airport and transfer to Ubud. Settle in at your private luxury villa and set out to explore the town. Stroll through the Monkey Forest and pay a visit to the bustling Ubud Market. You can also see beautiful Balinese architecture at the Ubud Palace before heading to dinner
Get an early start to see a hidden waterfall and then visit one of Bali’s oldest temples. Visit a coffee plantation on the way back and sample different varieties of coffee, including the special Luwak Coffee. Stop at Tegalallang for views of terraced rice fields that look like green, layered cakes
The Bukit peninsula used to be one of the most rugged and unexplored part of Bali. It is now world renowned for the surf scene and dramatic cliffs. Explore pristine beaches like Padang Padang, Bingin and watch the surfers work magic on the waves. Also check out the southernmost temple of Bali, the Uluwatu temple.
Head out to the South to see the cosmopolitan side of Bali. Avid shoppers will find chic clothes and jewellery in Seminyak. Drive to Tanah Lot temple at sunset and head to a beach for sunset cocktails!
Explore the raw, untouched beauty of this island off the southern coast of Bali. You’ll enjoy gorgeous beaches and cliffside views with snorkelling (see manta rays, turtles, corals and more). Enjoy a light lunch and coffee before heading back to the mainland
Many consider East Bali to be the ‘real Bali’ because of the lack of well-developed tourist facilities. It offers some spectacular views of the ocean and a glimpse into the every life of Bali people. Just drive up the coast and make quick stops at Padang Bai, a port town, and Amed, a series of little fishing villages. Try snorkelling or diving, and don’t forget to look up - Bali’s biggest volcano, Mt. Agung towers over East Bali.