Most people visit Bali for the beautiful beaches, but you can also find a rich history and more temples than anybody could visit in one trip. One of the most impressive temples is a little off the beaten path – you get to enjoy it with fewer people!
Plan your own getaway to Bali to see this and other impressive temples with my Best Places to Stay in Bali!
Potato Head Beachclub
Bali is one of my favorite islands and has fantastic beaches that invite to long walks, surfing and swimming. Many people come to Bali for the excellent beach clubs, that offer beach time in luxury, with lounge or party music, food and drinks all day. PotatoHead in Petitenget is one of the most popular ones. Having a drink while watching the sunset from a seat in the pool isn’t the worst way to end your vacation day…
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The Alila Seminyak has a great beachfront location, three pools with a view and a trendy beach bar. The rooms are minimalist and show a lot of wear and tear. The Studios are great value for World of Hyatt members at rates of only 5,000 points, but cash rates for any of the rooms are sky-high. Check out my review … Continue reading
Bali is popular for its fantastic beaches- but there is more to discover, like the history of temples like Pura Besakih above. They are only a short ride away and well worth the trip
Check out my Guide to the Best Places to Stay on Bali to start planning your own Bali getaway!
Updated 2019: Bali fulfills different dreams for different people – from wild parties in Kuta to upscale beachclubs in Seminyak. From family beach vacations in Nusa Dua to honeymoons at luxurious villas. And from surfing on remote beaches to finding your personal zen moment in Ubud. If you want to make sure your vacation is just what you expect it to … Continue reading
Petitenget is the nicest and most expensive part of the Southern Bali beaches. The ibis styles Bali Petitenget offers new, modern rooms, friendly service, a pool, gym, full service restaurant and even a kids area – all at a bargain price. If you can live with the distance to the beach, this is a good choice. Check out my detailed … Continue reading
The Kayu Lembongan is one of the nicest cafes and restaurants on Lembongan. It has a beautiful garden setting, great decor, very good food and friendly service – what more can you ask for on Bali’s little sister island? Among the many basic restaurants on the island’s restaurant row, this is the stand-out spot and perfect for a date night … Continue reading
If Bali is becoming too crowded for your taste, try out the neighboring, quieter Lembongan island. I made a side trip and stayed Lembongan D’Licks Villas. D’Licks Lembongan offers nice, new rooms, a pool surrounded by greenery and a basic breakfast at a budget price. The weak a/c and terrible internet make it feel budget, too. Check out my detailed review … Continue reading
After some time on Bali (or around South East Asia), you might be craving for some good Italian food. And the emphasis is on good – there is Italian food available on pretty much every street of South Bali. If you are looking for high-quality food with great service, “MozarellA” Italian Restaurant with outlets in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Petitenget … Continue reading
The Sofitel Nusa Dua offers a luxurious beach resort stay with a beautiful pool area, great dining choices, a great Club lounge and excellent service – all at a fraction of a similar hotel in Hawaii or the Caribbean. You have access to a full gym, upscale spa and even a beauty clinic. The Sofitel Bali gives you the beauty of … Continue reading