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Bali’s attractions draw a range of people, from backpackers and expats, to families and honeymooners. This once sleepy tropical island has become world famous for its gorgeous beaches, rolling mountains and unique cultural, spiritual and artistic flair.
Bali can be very cheap or moderately expensive, depending on your needs. Stay in a resort or hotel and book a tour, hire a private guide, jump in a taxi or bus, or rent a bicycle, motorbike or car to get around.
The island’s most famous beaches are in North Kuta, just a short drive north from the international airport at Denpasar, Bali’s capital city. Kuta Beach and Legian Beach are a surfer’s paradise. In the villages of Kuta and Legian, markets, bars, water parks and food outlets keep the crowds entertained. Head to Sanur Beach, on the east coast, to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere that makes this part of the island popular with families.
Spend a few days inland, among the rice paddies and forests of Tegallalang Village or Ubud to see a more cultural side of Bali. Ubud is Bali’s artistic capital, so take your pick from the Puri Lukisan Museum, Neka Art Museum, Antonio Blanco Museum and the Arma Museum. Take a yoga class, bike along rice paddies or see the macaques on the temples’ roofs in Ubud Monkey Forest. Don’t miss the mysterious Elephant Cave, and take a dip in the ninth-century Tirta Empul baths.
South of Ubud, meet the animals at the Bali Zoo and Bali Bird Park. North of Ubud, in central Bali, is the Gunung Kawi Temple, carved into the mountain.
In South Kuta is idyllic Jimbaran Beach. Head here to enjoy a seafood banquet with your toes in the sand. On the east coast of South Kuta is Nusa Dua with Mengiat Beach and the Pasifika Museum. On the southwest coast, the Uluwatu Temple sits atop rugged cliffs, one of the best places on the island to watch the famous Bali sunset.
A: If you're limiting yourself to the busy cities of Denpasar or Tabanan, it might be wise to use ride-share services or public transportation. But if your plan is to road trip around the region of Denpasar Selatan or elsewhere, you may like to book a rental car in advance. If you're after Cheap Car Hire in Bali, we can help.
A: Every month, 3,109 international flights operate from Denpasar (DPS-Ngurah Rai Intl.). This international terminal is probably where you'll fly in to for your wonderful vacation in Bali.
A: Some of the most commonly booked types of accommodations in Bali include villas, guest houses and hotel resorts. You might also like to consider one of the hotels. You'll have access to all of these property types on Expedia.
A: Everything from hotels to cars to flights. You can select just one or two or combine the lot. Expedia also offers a large selection of experiences and activities to make your Bali vacation even more memorable.
A: The simplest way to save some dollars is to bundle your bookings with the help of Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Experiences can be combined into a neat package deal — and by doing this, you'll save precious time as well. Keep this in mind before you book.
A: First stop, Denpasar. Kick-start your getaway with a trip to well-liked attractions like Serangan Beach, Sindhu Beach Market and Mertasari Inspiration Park.
Tabanan is another popular stop on travelers' itineraries. Pura Ulun Siwi, Blue Bubble Bali and Alas Kedaton are great things to check out during your visit.
And if your final destination is Negara, we'd suggest making time for Perancak Temple, Jembrana Beach and Baluk Rening Beach.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.ca from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.
Great location right in the middle of everything and just 10 mins to beach. Lovely attentive staff
Property is beautiful, set in amazing gardens with water features/pools. Large hotel but set out well. As we went in March the hotel was very quiet. The pool areas had a lot of sun beds which made it look crowded, I would take half away so to make the place more couple friendly.
This place is OK, as always in Bali the staff were super friendly, the resort itself was nice, the views are great. The Royal villas for me are a little odd, the downstairs pool area can feel a little dark and small. The breakfast was in my opinion average at best, the fruit was delicious (you cant ...
Loved my stay here really. Sad it was only a few short nights but very wonderful room, lovely staff, very accommodating. It is situated in a peaceful part of Ubud and they have a shuttle to take you to the more touristy attractions. Their breakfast is soooo delicious! and their Radha Spa is so beautiful. ...
This was the nicest hotel we stayed at in Bali, it was great!
Shower water supply has some problem, some times no water, some times no hot water. The washroom is too dark, difficult to make up. Overall not bad.
This property is amazing, luscious landscaping, the grounds are beautiful, easy access to the beach, nice restaurant with delicious choices for breakfast. Upon arriving to the property we’ve been upgraded to a villa with private pool which made our experience at the Sofitel Nusa Dua an even more ...
Good service and good facilities. Just lacked a jacuzzi 😁