TOP 8 EXOTIC PLACES TO BE IN BALI FOR YOUR DREAM HONEYMOON.

Out of Indonesia’s 17,000 islands, Bali paints a romantic picture with its tropical rainbow of shores, towering volcanoes, lush green rice paddy fields and dense jungles. Its natural beauty combined with its rich cultural offerings, curious traditions and lively nightlife make it an exciting honeymoon destination. And if newlyweds want some private time to themselves, there are plenty of little known gorgeous spots to hide away in. A honeymoon in Bali is about all the experiences imaginable, turning it into a paradise for lovers.

Lets look at the ultimate list of Bali places for honeymoon goers.

1) Uluwatu

Uluwatu is a place on the south-western tip of the Bukit Peninsula of Bali, Indonesia. It is home to the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple and is the number four surf destination in the world for surfers of all abilities.
Stir up your passion on the secluded beaches of Balangan and Suluban, rated to be the most beautiful ones in Bali. Spend some precious moments at the Hotel Alila, lounging out in the infinity pool overlooking the ocean. Catch the unusual Kecak fire dance for some sizzle.The cliff-fringed coastline is also home to hidden beaches and world-class surf breaks, a mecca for wave riders from the world over.

2) Mount Batur

Experience nature’s romantic drama on your sunrise hike to the active volcano, Mount Batur at 1700 m above sea level. Unique and enthralling, this adventure will take your breath away with its beautiful crater lake, hot springs and fantastic panoramic views from its peak. Visit the precariously hinged Besakih temple and end your romantic sojourn with a meal in the hidden Gunung Batukuru restaurant.
On the way home from the trek we will stop off at a Traditional Bali Coffee Processing or Bali Agrotourism, place to see various Tropical plantations and see how to make Balinese coffee in very traditional process, and we also get to sample of them as well as local herbal teas, coffees and the unusually processed Coffee Luwak, the most expensive coffee in the world.

3) Canggu South Bali

A romantic ride into the sunset isn’t just meant for the movies, in fact this is one of the best things to do in Bali for honeymooners! Ride down the beach with your paramour, crossing river creeks, ambling through tranquil villages and rice paddy fields, with a stop or two at temples and caves. Canggu is one of the best places to visit in Bali for honeymoon. You could even go vintage and take a horse drawn bendi ride.

Canggu Beach is a coastal village and an up-and-coming resort area that is roughly situated between Seminyak and Tanah Lot. The coastline of Canggu comprises different black-sand beaches, almost all with surf breaks that are popular haunts of surfers from around the world. These include the beaches of Berawa that borders just north of Seminyak’s Batubelig beach, Batu Bolong, Batu Mejan aka ‘Echo Beach’, Pererenan, Seseh and Mengening just south of Tanah Lot

4) Ayana Resort & Spa

If you pick Bali as your honeymoon destination, then Ayana Resort and Spa is where you should plan your stay! Newlyweds looking for some sensual rejuvenation will enjoy the strawberries and champagne, and relaxing couples’ massage and super romantic flower bath made of 500 roses at the expansive Ayana resort and spa. Stimulate your senses by concocting your own signature perfumes at L’Atelier Parfums et créations.

Retreat and rediscover your outer radiance and inner balance as you enjoy a symphony of spa treatments Stunningly located on rocks amidst of the sparkling Indian Ocean, these two awe–inspiring spa villas are the pinnacle of our Bali luxury spa. Surrounded by the sea, each spa villa has been ingeniously designed to blend with the environment, highlighted in Indonesian ‘merbau’ wood, traditional Balinese ‘alang alang’ thatched roofs, and interiors enhanced by the natural contours of the rocks.

5) Kuta Beach

Kuta Beach is on the western side of the island's narrow isthmus. It's considered Bali's most famous beach resort destination. Kuta Beach is also minutes away from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Tuban. The nearby resorts of Tuban, Legian and Seminyak are all within close walking distance. Once a simple, rustic and quiet fishing village, Kuta Beach has witnessed a transformation over the past years. This is due to the rise of various accommodation options, dining and shopping scenes. The rapid growth owes much to visitors, beachcombers and art lovers from nearby Australia. Expatriates also helped pioneer surfing in Kuta, as well

6) Ubud

An awesome twosome experience awaits you and your soulmate here with its cooking classes, village tours, jewelry making workshops, art markets,river rafting and bamboo crafting classes. The Chocolate tours at Big Tree Farm will definitely send you on a passionate high. Ubud is in many ways Bali's cultural heart. It's in the cool mountains, just an hour's drive north of the airport. This traditional country town is home to one of Bali's royal families. You can even visit the majestic palace in the centre of town.

Ubud is also well known as a flourishing crafts centre. Around Ubud, there are the surrounding villages of Campuhan, Penestanan, Peliatan and Batuan. These communities specialise in crafts and woodcarving which are sold all over the island. There are hundreds of shops selling antiques, woodcarvings, crafts, textiles, paintings and jewellery in Ubud. You'll also find some of the best art museums in the country here. Along Ubud's main street are dozens of art studios, an excellent local craft market and galleries.

7) Git Git Waterfall

Gitgit Waterfall is one of Bali’s most popular, located only a 10km drive south of North Bali’s main town of Singaraja, or an 80km drive north from Kuta. The falls are easily accessible from the main road connecting Bedugul and Singaraja, and is usually included as a natural landmark stopover on tour itineraries to Lovina Beach and the island’s northern region. It also provides a relatively easy trek, with a wooden boardwalk over a small gorge and cool streams.

Upon reaching the base after the few minutes’ walk down into the lush ravine, you can instantly enjoy the spectacle of the 40m cascade that constantly pours into a rocky pool with a small shrine that ‘guards’ the site. You can enjoy a cool plunge in the pool. The falls are also referred to by the locals as the ‘twin falls’ or Air Terjun Kembar Gitgit, due to its flow that is often split into two equal streams. If you’re game, you can further explore another fall nearby, namely Mekalongan, which is a continuation of Gitgit’s watercourse. Tickets are less than a dollar (only IDR 5,000) per person. Gitgit flows all year round, with clearer waters during the dry season.

8) Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island is part of the West Bali National Park. You can cross over to this small island by boat from the port of Labuhan Lalang near Pemuteran Beach in North Bali. The island spans approximately 3,800Ha, with savannahs home to the rare Javan rusa deer, locally known as ‘menjangan’ (Cervus timorensis) and which gave the island its name. Down at the coastline, calm waters and coral gardens teeming with marine life offer diving and snorkelling with excellent visibility year round.

Visiting Menjangan Island requires the accompaniment of a park guide and permit, which you can arrange with most tour operators or hotels in the Pemuteran Beach area, or obtained at the park office in Labuhan Lalang (IDR 20,000 or USD 1.50 per person; guide fees range from IDR 350,000 or USD 26). Besides pristine nature, you can also admire the island’s collection of shrines, including Segara Giri Dharma Kencana Temple with its towering seaward-facing Ganesh statue on its hilly north-eastern shore. It’s roughly a three-hour drive north from Kuta, but worth the journey for a real taste of Balinese nature.

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