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Bali is an island with unexpected treasures

The island of Bali is the most visited of all of Indonesia’s thousands of islands and presents visitors with a remarkable contrast of scenery, culture and activities, ensuring there really is something for everyone. From the party districts of Kuta to the cultural myriad of Ubud, with the stunning coastline and intense rainforests in between, it is easy to see why Bali is so popular. Despite the mass-tourism, Bali also offers tranquil retreats and quiet villages and in certain spots during the lower-seasons it is possible to feel like the only foreigner on the island.

The developed urban side of Bali

The focal point of the island is the south with the two large urban districts of Kuta and Denpasar, also home to Bali’s international airport. Most travellers will come through here first, or at least at some stage on their trip. Kuta is home to large open stretches of beach and is one of the most common spots for surfing. Consequently it is also one of the most Westernised and developed regions of the island, with many of the large international hotels Bali possesses situated here. Kuta is also known as the party district of the island, with many holidaymakers and a considerable backpacker scene taking advantage of the extensive array of bars and clubs. Kuta itself is part of the larger city of Denpasar and it is here where many of the regions temples and museums are concentrated, with more examples of traditional architecture than in the newer Kuta. Puputan Square is the central point and a crucial orientation landmark as it features a sizeable and distinctive eight-armed statue.

Delve into the culture of Ubud

Ubud, by contrast, is in inland and is said to be the cultural capital of the island. It is formed of a variety of small communities connected by hectic streets and countless market-stalls interspersed between dozens of temples. Visitors head here for a concentrated experience of traditional Bali culture and although arguably the amount of tourists does not seem much less than in Kuta, the atmosphere and attractions have a greatly differing focus. This region of Bali contains a much larger amount of individual hotels, with a greater range of smaller and family owned properties than on the coast. Ubud is also renowned for shopping and souvenirs; countless stalls, markets and workshops offer traditional crafts and artwork in unique Balinese styles, allowing travellers to take a piece of Bali home with them. Moreover, cooking lessons are another favoured activity with visitors, providing a chance to delve deeper into the local culture and experience excellent examples of Indonesian cuisine.

Quieter beaches and coastal towns

Moving away from the south of the island and the large urbanisation, there are a series of smaller towns dotted along the coastline which present an opportunity to experience everyday Bali life. The east coast is home to the town of Padang Bai, a port used to connect to the neighbouring island of Lombok. Either side of the town there are several sandy beaches which are generally quieter than those closer to Kuta, however equally as beautiful. The north side of Bali is a lengthy few hours’ drive across the centre of the island from Ubud or Kuta, plus is has a very different atmosphere. Singaraja is the largest town on the north coast, and was the former administrative capital. The history here is very different than to the history shown in Ubud as Singaraja has many reminders of its Dutch colonial days; wider streets and examples of European influenced architecture are still present. For those seeking hotels in Bali which are simultaneously close to a beach but not over-run with travellers and party-goers, the small coastal towns offer an ideal scenario.

Abandon the coast and discover central Bali

Despite all of the fascinating cities and beautiful beaches, visitors will not experience the true essence of Bali without heading inland and exploring some of the incredible nature. As with much of Indonesia, the island is geographically shaped by volcanoes. Bali’s highest peak of Mount Agung is indeed a volcano, which erupted with great devastation in 1963. Nowadays visitors regularly frequent the foothills in this eastern region for the dense jungle trails and small villages which feel like a polar opposite to the hectic southern coastline. Further to the centre of the island there are a selection of picturesque lakes amongst the towering peaks of the central mountain range. This area known as Bedugul is home to an assortment of villages which provide bases to explore the nature from, indeed staying in a hotel here is a vastly different experience than on the coast. A variety of outdoor activities are available inland, including many activities favoured by young travellers such as quad-biking, off-road cycling, kayaking, and whitewater rafting. This demonstrates that choosing a hotel in the countryside of Bali does not mean sacrificing the energy and excitement found in a beach resort.

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from ‎NZ$9to ‎NZ$298,507

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    Hotel The Kayon Resort Ubud

    Situated amongst lush vegetation, The Kayon Resort sets high on the hillside engulfed by the Petanu River. The resort is steeped in the dense tropical rainforest harmoniously influenced by Feng-Shui principles. The convenient location and gratuitous amenities make this resort the ideal Indonesian accommodation. Beautiful Indonesian designed rooms include a TV, Wi-Fi, and private bathroom with a private infinity pool and terrace. The latest tech enhancements include iPod/iPhone docks. A minibar, kettle, and hair dryer are also provided. Resort amenities include an outdoor pool, yoga classes, hot tub, spa, and relaxing massages. Concierge/babysitting services, 24-hr reception, business centre, and luggage storage are provided. An hourly free shuttle service to the city centre is also available. A complimentary breakfast is provided daily on-site. Additional mixed-western dining is served at the resort’s Kepitu restaurant in a composed atmosphere. Ubud Palace is 10-minutes away by car from The Kayon Resort. Ubud Monkey Forest is a 15-minute drive away. more

    Hotel Citrus Tree Villas Sumantra Ubud

    Extending south along Jalan Hanoman and the streets to the east of it, southeast Ubud has a less chaotic feel to it than central Ubud, despite it being just a short walk away. Sumantara family compound features 4 deluxe rooms with air-conditioning in all the rooms ? and 2 of these rooms are with a kitchenette. Patios overlook the garden areas and Pak Sumantara looks over his guests in proper Ubud style. Sumantara Home stay is located close to the market and the Ubud Palace. You can find many popular restaurants on Jalan Raya Ubud and on Jalan Hanoman. Although close to the buzzing centre of Ubud, this budget home stay is a very quiet place with the atmosphere of the genuine Balinese family compound. more

    Hotel The Junjungan Suite Ubud

    The Junjungan Suite is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Bali. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel\'s facilities and services. All the necessary facilities, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, 24-hour room service, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, are at hand. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer internet access– wireless, non smoking rooms, air conditioning, desk, blackout curtains to ensure a restful night. Entertain the hotel\'s recreational facilities, including spa, massage, children\'s playground, pool (kids), garden. The Junjungan Suite is an excellent choice from which to explore Bali or to simplyrelax and rejuvenate. more

    Hotel Rama Phala Resort & Spa Ubud

    Featuring modern Balinese design and wooden artwork, Rama Phala Resort & Spa can be found in the vicinity of Agung Rai Museum of Art, and 12 minutes from Gajah Mas Gallery. Boasting woven bamboo ceilings and mosquito nets, the air-conditioned rooms include a mini-bar, LCD TV's with satelite programs and large bay windows with garden views. Suites add separate living rooms and an extra bedroom. An outdoor pool and kid’s pool, along with a spa are available for relaxation, or enjoy a stroll in the outdoor gardens. The 24-hour front desk can arrange for an airport shuttle on request. The on-site restaurant offers all-day dining, and serves a fine selection of international and Asian cuisine. Enjoy an after dinner drink in the bar, or order a specialty cocktail while the sun sets. The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary is a short walk from Rama Phala Resort & Spa, Ubud Royal Palace and Komaneka Fine Art Gallery are within a 15-minute walk, and Batur Lake is a scenic 30-minute drive. more

    Hotel Green View Private Villas Ubud

    Green View Private Villas offer easy access to Ubud centre and we can suggest exciting day trips to every interesting place in Bali. From Green View Private Villas to Ubud centre is around 20 minutes. Green View Private Villas can make you feel comfortable. Here you can see the amazing jungle view, mountain, and terrace paddy. Green View Private Villas also arranges trips for tours; you can request any place in Bali and have an awesome day! Specially for honeymoons there is a romantic dinner package for your couple; any event can also be organised, like a birthday party with a DJ! See the magical garden and fish pool in around villa. Jungle view is close to family-friendly activities. You’ll love this place because of the views. It's good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets). Free breakfast for every guest staying here, free shuttle to the Ubud centre, and free parking base. Don't forget the welcome drink too. Jungle view with private pool, kitchen and kitchen set. Jungle view, this is our best location in Bali. Jungle view special for jungle lovers. Jungle view for your amazing holiday here. more

    Hotel Alam Puri Art Museum & Resort Ubud

    Each room is a hidden treasure with its own romance and charm, offering either access to a private balcony or pool. Standard features include satellite TV and a mini-bar. Rejuvenate at Ubud spa on site or stimulate your culinary skills with Alam Puri Cooking class which introduces secrets to exotic dishes. Furthermore, on-site parking is free and the library is available to all. Start the day with various breakfast options or enjoy the serenity of dining at the Terrace Restaurant on site. Otherwise, grab a drink at the Swim-Up bar after dinner. Adventure through the vibrant streets of Ubud with the Alam Puri Art Museum & Resort hotel complimentary bicycles or experience rafting activities on the river adjacent to the hotel. Otherwise, 10km north of the hotel are tennis courts and fitness centres in town. more