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This coveted honeymoon destination is known the world over for its romantic waterfalls, enchanting tropical jungles and effortlessly chic coastlines. Look no further for a cooler honeymoon destination
Situated in the Pacific Ocean, Bali is the jewel in Indonesia’s crown, and is easily the most popular honeymoon destination across the whole archipelago. Discover a dreamy honeymoon destination that promises to suit every couple’s unique needs and desires, whether you want seclusion and privacy high in the misty tropical jungles of Ubud, or a stylish beachfront escape just feet from the picturesque, chic beachfronts of Seminyak.
Discover a wellness-oriented nation that’s home to so many incredible things to see, do and experience. If you and your partner seek adventure, then you’ll love visiting the island’s legendary rice terraces, mysterious Buddhist temples and visiting the markets to sample incredible Balinese cuisine. Alternatively, Bali is also the perfect honeymoon destination for loved-up couples looking for peace, privacy and romance; imagine soaking up the sun along a sky-high private infinity edge pool, indulging in couples massages next to a tumbling waterfall and enjoying romantic private meals under the starry night sky.
Check out some of our top bali honeymoon itineraries below, we have something to suit everyone; from overwater villas through to secluded beach bungalows and twin trips to destinations like Sri Lanka!
Bali is easily one of most tranquil and naturally beautiful honeymoon destinations in the world. Whether you dream of a romantic hillside escape among the enchanting forests of Ubud, or a luxurious villa just footsteps from the best beaches in Bali; there’s a side of Bali to suit every couple’s unique dream of the perfect honeymoon.
May, June and July are considered the best times to travel to Bali due to the consistently hot weather. While the rainy season falls within October through to April, travel during this time should not be disregarded, as it is often still sunny for a good portion of the day.
A great complement to Bali’s peaceful misty forests and powdery beaches is the vibrant and mesmerising honeymoon destination of Singapore. This city (and country) is home to some of world’s most spectacular skyscrapers, the famous eco-friendly Supertrees and a melting pot of absolutely incredible cuisines. Known as the ‘Garden City’, Singapore is a fantastic destination to twin with a Bali honeymoon.
Ubud is an absolutely breathtaking destination. Think emerald hillsides, cascading waterfalls, winding rivers, tiny villages and most notably; picture-perfect terraces.
A visit to Bali is incomplete without visiting one of Ubud's many legendary tea terraces or paddy fields that characterise this fabled destination. Watch as the tea pickers pluck the leaves from the layered terraces, and marvel as the colourfully-clothed local women pull the rice plants from the watery ground below. After capturing some incredible photos of this beautiful region, spend the rest of afternoon exploring the vast jungles and provincial villages of Ubud.
Coveted for its shimmering sands and electric ambience, Seminyak is easily the most stylish and upscale beach area in Bali.
Stay in Seminyak you’ll never be disappointed, this beautiful beach boasts gorgeous golden sands covered in brightly coloured beanbag chairs, and topaz waters perfect for surfing. Seminyak is also a great destination for shopping with plenty of boutiques and designer stores lining the promenade, as well as many restaurants to ensure foodies never go hungry. Those just looking to relax and soak up the sun can also do so peacefully away away from the main crowds.
It’s easy to get lost in all of the beautiful palaces and temples that Bali has to offer, but if you’re looking for a truly unique experience, be sure to put Ubud Royal Palace near the top of your list.
After a blissful and serene walk through a path surrounded by lakes covered in delicately strewn lily pads, you’ll come across an absolutely breathtaking palace of grand and ornate design. The royal family still resides within the palace but most the grounds are open to visitors and the brightly coloured and heavily detailed halls are really worthy of the hype.
Uluwatu’s dramatic coastline of rugged cliff faces and untouched beaches provide the perfect backdrop for a romantic hideaway, but Uluwatu is also home to two incredible must-see worthy sights.
Perched along the edge of a cliff soaring 70 meters above the endless topaz waters sits Uluwatu Temple, a picture-perfect Bali temple that is surprisingly home to a family of cheeky macaques. Head to the bottom of the cliff and you’ll find a network of astounding caves full of shallow waters and pristine sands that will make you feel as if you’ve just entered a film set.
Head to Lovina’s quieter more rustic shoreline for the rare chance to see dolphins swimming along the beautiful ocean waters of Bali.
The best time to go is at sunset, when the dolphins come to the surface and the sky has turned from blue into warm shades or pink and orange. Hop into one of the colourful wooden boats that lined the golden coastline and take to the waters to catch a glimpse of these incredible creatures. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a much quieter and more secluded beach, definitely consider visiting Lovina.
There are so many waterfalls to take your pick from in Bali, whether you want to view them from afar or shower under the tumbling waters; there's one out there for everyone.
Slide down Kroya waterfall's little rapids, swim in nearby pooling waters and jump off the top of the neighbouring waterfalls. If you're looking for the biggest and best in the area though, definitely check out Aling Aling's 35-metre cascading falls for an intense showering experience!