Honeymoon in Bali
Indonesia is an island nation that has a network of more than 17,000 islands. Yet, most of the world heads to just one – Bali. Why? Because It is one of the most loved islands. The gorgeous rainforests, trails to active volcanic mountains, sailing and surfing in Bali’s ‘all-you-can-do’ art, culture, nature and food trails - this sure makes for the classic island getaway or even a perfect honeymoon tale. Bali is surely more than just fun-in-the-sun retreat. Consider it as a luxuriously affordable honeymoon location.
As honeymoon is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, it needs to be perfect. So escape the hustle and bustle of a city and head to a serene place where you can walk by the shore, hand-in-hand and get to know your partner better.
Here’s how you can make the best of your time in Bali:
Catch a gorgeous sunset from the Uluwatu Cliff:
Watch the sun paint Balinese skyline a myriad of orange, yellow, pink and purple from the edge of Uluwatu cliff. It is a traditional Balinese temple situated 825 feet above sea level facing the mighty Indian Ocean. Share a moment with that special person watching the most beautiful sunset of your life.
Experience the Thrill with water sports at Benoa:
Take your love on a different level by experiencing some thrill with water sports in Bali. It has some incredible water sport options. Experinece some boat-towed action, high altitudes, and splashing wind-in-hair moments at Tanjung Benoa. A variety of professionally operated water sport activities take place here ranging from some underwater delights like sea walking, snorkelling, scuba diving to some fast paced windy ones like fish flying, jet skiing, parasailing, and fly boarding.
Watch the sun go down from a Cruise:
The perfect way to spend a tropical evening is to watch the sky change its colours from just a hint of a colour to shades of deeper orange, purple and red while you cruise along the harbor sipping a drink on the open-air top deck of the Bali Sunset Dinner Cruise. Nothing is more romantic that enjoying the sunset colours and partying aboard a ship in Bali. Capture the magic in photos for memories that will last a lifetime.
Walk a Live Volcano or Visit a temple atop:
Kintamani is paradise away from the civilization that you might want to get lost in. If you are up for some adventure and brilliant views, hike up the volcanic mountain. There are four volcanoes in Bali: Mount Batur, Mount Agung, Mount Merbuk and Mount Bratan. Spend some time soul searching by visiting one of the key temples Pura Ulun Batur in Kintamani.
Be in awe of Tegalalang Rice Terrace:
It is said that the real bali can be found where the rice grows. In Bali rice fields can be found almost everywhere, and the Balinese people have depended on this method of agriculture for almost 2000 years. The emerald-green rice terraces in the river gorge north of Tegalalang village are totally photography-worthy amongst others. Tulip gardens and Sunflower fields sure are beautiful, imagine watching the sun rise through the mist over a rice field or taking a hike through their lush greenness with your loved one. A unique experience which will bring you two closer.
Visit the Ubud Art Village:
No holiday is complete without some shopping. Bali is famous for fine wooden carvings, gold and silver craftings and more. The arts market sell various of handicrafts, arts and textiles. So pick some souvenirs for your way back home.
Visit Bali Coffee Plantations:
With having rice terraces as their major agriculture cultivation, Bali also have numerous coffee plantations that can be found in several places. Luwak Coffee (Civet Palm Cat Coffee) is the world’s most expensive coffee and famous among the tourists who are being on vacation in this island. The process of making the coffee also famous as “Cat Poop Coffee or Civet Cat Coffee” here is pretty atypical. Experience the most unsual coffee making and add to your lovely honeymoon experience.
Lastly, you can always sip a cocktail and chill by the beach. Enjoy amazing nightlife Bali has to offer, party until sunrise. Happy Balin’