Honeymoons are always special and meant to make good memories out of it, so when you are planning to visit Bali for a honeymoon, you should definitely know all these things.
You will need to pack a sarong
There are plenty of beautiful temples in Bali and you might plan to visit some of those. Thus it is important for both males and females to cover their legs before entering into any temple. So pack yourself a sarong or even if you forgot to carry then you can buy or rent one.
Drinks in Bali are amazing and Cheap
If you are in Bali and you haven’t tried their local beers then you have missed a lot. Bali’s local beers like Bali Hai, Bintang, and many others are a must-try. You will find them in many flavors, such as lychee, mango, and many others.
Shopping is amazing and bargaining is a must
It's always advised to always book for extra luggage while coming back from Bali as you can’t resist shopping from there. Bali can also be called as a shoppers paradise, the eclectic options to shop in Bali will make you drool over. From street shopping to trendy designers showroom, you will find everything there. Don’t miss to explore the hand-made paintings, skateboards and wooden showpieces.
You will feel rich in Bali
Bali’s currency Rupiah will make you feel rich definitely, 100 Rupees of India is 19,538 Rupiah, so your wallets will be always full of cash. Also, there is no need to worry about converting your currency as there are plenty of money exchanges that are there. You can carry dollars along with you and get them converted in Bali itself. Also, try not to get it done at the airport as they may charge you more conversion price than the city.
One can travel to Bali by air or by cruise. Bali has international airport Ngurah Rai International Airport, popularly known as Denpasar International Airport, which is well connected and flights from all over the world take off and land here.
If you are planning to visit Bali for less than 30 days and have an Indian Passport, then there is no visa fee and visa required to travel to Bali. Thus there is no hassle to apply for a visa in advance or pay any fees.
Witness the most romantic sunset at Uluwatu
Uluwatu temple offers some of the most spectacular views, approximately 70 meters above the waves the temple is surrounded by the forest. You will get to see a lot of monkeys, who are believed to be the loyal guardians of the temple. The serpentine pathway to the temple is fortified by concrete walls on the cliffside. It usually takes about an hour to get from one end to another.
It is said that Balinese Hindus believe that the power of trinity Lord Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva merge here. Thus this place is the worship of Siva Rudra.
Stroll along Seminyak beach
Seminyak is Bali’s most sophisticated and upscale beach resort area and people come here to relax and unwind. With a quiet and laid-back atmosphere, this beach has some of the best fine-dining restaurants in Bali and luxury resorts, villas to make your stay pleasurable. Honeymooners from around the world visit here to make the most of their Honeymoon in Bali.
Go on a jet ski at Nusa Dua
If you are planning to have some adrenaline rush and enjoy the honeymoon in Bali by indulging in some adventurous activities then trying the jet ski at Nusa Dua beach is the best option.
Ubud floating breakfast experience
Ubud will give you the most surreal experience, with their lush green rice- terraces and coconut farming and their real connection with the Balinese culture. It’s here you can experience the Balinese culture and witness various architectural marvels from their time. With many luxurious resorts and Air B&Bs to stay there, you can enjoy some of the extraordinary things offered by them, such as floating breakfast, wherein you can enjoy your meal in the pool while enjoying some of the most spectacular views.
Ubud Jungle Swing
Bali for honeymoon is the best place as it gives you ample options to make the most of your honeymoon while giving you to click some of the best pictures to make the memory for a lifetime. Swing through the tropical rainforest and get stunning views of the rice fields.
Visit Goa Gajah temple
Goa Gajah the elephant cave, is an ancient cave where saints used to meditate and also said that sapt Ganga flows inside the temple. To get to the entrance of Goa Gajah you need to pass two rows of shops. The shopkeepers try to sell you sarongs and other small goods, but you don’t need to buy any as you are given a sarong at the entrance to the temple. The temple is open from 8:00 am in the morning and closes at 4:00 pm in the afternoon. The temple is open every day of the week.
Shopping in Ubud square market
Honeymoon in Bali is incomplete if you haven’t done shopping in Bali. Bali is a paradise for shoppers, where you can get a myriad of things and beautiful souvenirs. Ubud square market is full of quirky showpieces, dresses, and paintings you can buy for your family and friends.
Get a couple massage
Bali is a perfect place, where you can enjoy the most relaxing massages. It’s here you will find many massage parlors and spas offering great deals and offers. Nothing great than this for all the honeymooners, can relax and enjoy the variety of massages.
The Hanging Gardens of Bali
Bali for honeymoon offers some of the amazing places to stay, The Hanging Gardens of Bali is a luxurious destination in the heart of the jungle. It is situated near Payangan: a village North of Ubud. The resort has 44 astonishing villas and guests can experience award-winning spa treatments, surprising gourmet creations. It's here couples can enjoy serene views and legendary services to make the most of their honeymoon.
Four Seasons at Sayan
Located near the lush Ayung River Valley, the resort will take you closer to the heart and soul of Bali, where you can experience the dramatic landscapes. This luxury resort offers all the services, which any couple can’t even think of, from spas to the private plunge pool, one can enjoy all the privacy and make the most of their honeymoon.
The Ritz Carlton, Bali
Overlooking the Indian ocean the cliffside hotel is the epitome of luxury with luxury villas, private pools, lush gardens, and breathtaking views that will just make you fall in love with the place instantly. They also offer specialized honeymoon packages, where they will put in every effort to make your honeymoon in Bali the most memorable one.
W Bali – Seminyak
W Bali is a luxury resort, which plays by a different set of rules. Located at the heart of Seminyak, Bali’s vibrant heart of fashion, nightlife and restaurant scene. The hotel offers a wet pool, 24 hours Spa and gym and some of the most lavish bars and restaurants within the hotel. The beachfront spot and most posh parties create an altogether magnetic social scene here. One can also enjoy the garden and panoramic views of the Indian Ocean in your hotel rooms and suite, or the privacy of your private pool in your villa.
Sofitel Nusa Dua
Sofitel Nusa Dua will give memories that you can cherish for life, wherein you can take on leisurely walks along leafy pathways, have some refreshing moments in the lagoon pool. Not just that relax in the spas or enchant your taste buds at the resort's three restaurants and two bars. The architecture and interiors of the hotel will completely dwell you into the Balinese culture and art, so make the most of your honeymoon in Bali by staying in this ultimate beauty.
AYANA Resort and Spa Bali
There is nothing like enjoying the magical sunsets from this breathtaking cliff-top location above Jimbaran. Bali luxury villas at The Villas at AYANA Resort, BALI is perfect for a honeymoon in Bali and travelers seeking to relax, refresh and rebalance to the tranquil island spirit. The 78 spacious private pool villas in Bali feature luxurious linens and indigenous artworks. The ‘floating’ Villa Lobby, where you can enjoy the maximum privacy and 24-hour service will grow your love even more for the place. Moreover, you can devour a floating brunch in your private pool, romantic candle-light dinner, soul-balancing massage, or lazy days with no disturbances.
There are a myriad of restaurants in Bali and culinary diversity on this island rivals any big city. Restaurants like Mejekawi, Ayam Betutu Pak Sanur, BO$$MAN, Mason, and many others will not just make you taste the Balinese flavors but other eclectic cuisines you can enjoy too. Mejekawi is as impressive as it gets in Bali—it's smart and laid-back, with views that can't be beaten. Whereas BO$$MAN is proclaimed by most to be the best spot in Bali for burgers, BO$$MAN is run by New Zealand–born restaurateur Adam McAsey and chef Jethro Vincent, who serves you the best burgers on the island.
The world-renowned clubbing scene in Bali usually starts at midnight from poshest clubs to beach parties, Bali caters to all kinds of party-goers. The vibes and music at these parties is something surreal to experience and when you are on a honeymoon in Bali, it's a must to visit these pubs and clubs to experience the after midnight Bali. You can also enjoy live music, cabaret shows, night markets and beach clubs in Bali. Some of the must-visit party places in Bali are Potato head beach club, club jenja Bali, The seven rooftop bar is a must-visit. Also, if you are looking for a hip and throughout night parties then head to Kuta, and enjoy bar hoppings to tipple the night away.