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Region Guide

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The atmosphere is casual, busy and full of good fun. With long stretches of white sand beaches and excellent surfing conditions.  Traffic is heavy. Kuta offers a wonderful variety of market shops, boutiques and smallstores, a must do for all bargain hunters. The fun never stops at night, with an abundance of restaurants, bars and nightclubs to keep you dancing to the early hours.

arrow Perfect for: Budget to mid range. Fast-paced, busy and hectic atmosphere. Lots of night life and shopping.

arrow Hot Spot: M-Bar-Go ...  Dance the night away, don’t miss the fashion shows every Thursday night from 9pm – late. Look out also for their salsa night’s and guest DJ’s.



Just north of all the action and excitement of Kuta is Legian. With some hotels located on the beachfront, you can enjoy the sun and the surf as well as the many restaurants, shops and night-life

arrow Perfect for: A slightly slower pace to Kuta. Traffic is not as busy, beaches are less crowded. Within  walking distance to Kuta.

arrow Hot Spot: Bali Deli Cafe ... A perfect place to visit to stock up on supplies for your villa



As one heads north towards Seminyak, the pace quietens progressively to a slower and more relaxed world of rice paddies and less busy beaches. Upscale restaurants, trendy boutiques and designer dance clubs are on offer.

arrowPerfect for: Upmarket, trendy boutiques. Eateries and restaurants are more expensive than Kuta and Legian however service and standard are of an excellent quality, still very affordable (by Western standards).  Ideal for families.

arrow Hot Spot: La Lucchiola ... Best Italian/Continental breakfast on the island!


Jimbaran & Uluwatu

To the south of Kuta, on the opposite side of the airport lies Jimbaran Bay, a fishing village with one of Bali's most idyllic golden sand beaches.
A popular attraction of the area is watching the daily sunset-departure of the local fishing boats, which can be done from one of the many beachfront restaurants, offering the most delicious selections of freshly caught fish and seafood. Accommodation in general is of a high standard at Jimbaran, with many International chains having properties here.

Heading further down into the Bukit Peninsula you will find the small village of Uluwatu, and the famous Uluwatu Temple several kilometres further south.

arrow Perfect for: Seasoned travellers to the island. People seeking more isolation and time away from their busy lives.

arrow Hot Spot: The Rock Bar (Ayana Resort) ... Located on natural rocks 14 meters above the Indian Ocean at the base of AYANA's lowering cliffs, this innovative open-top bar in Bali's most glam sunset and after-dark destination.



For those who prefer a more leisurely pace in comparison to the fast pace of Kuta,  Sanur is ideal.  The beach is perfect for swimming and sunbathing, and there is a host of water sports activities available. 

arrow Perfect for: Families, the elderly, people generally seeking a much more peaceful holiday. Traffic on the roads is a lot less compared to the Kuta/Legian/Semiyak region.

arrow Hot Spot: Kayu Manis Restaurant ... Italian influence, combined with the spices of Bali - a favourite of ours!


Nusa Dua 

Bali's international resort area located on the southern tip of the island offers secluded luxury on a magnificent palm-fringed, reef- protected beach. Nusa Dua has an international standard 18-hole golf course, large shopping malls like. the Galleria Shopping Centre with its collection of fashion boutiques, specialty shops and restaurants.

Many people will spend the first half of their holiday in the busy hub of Kuta/Seminyak region then will wind down in one of the many large hotels located in Nusa Dua.

arrow Perfect for: Seasoned traveller to the island. Golf enthusiasts. People who prefer resort style holidays. All facilities in the one complex.

arrow Hot Spot: Jari Menari Spa ... Currently voted Number 1 in Spa and Massage services on Bali.(Trip Advisor)



This picturesque town is located in the central Bali region, approximately one hour's drive north of the capital, Denpasar. The mountain climate is cooler than on the coast and in general village life is serene and quiet.Perched far above the Ayung Gorge and River, the restaurants offer wonderful views of the sweeping valley and the mountain slopes covered with rice terraces.

The numerous art galleries in Ubud feature traditional and modern work; the museums showcase the island's rich history, and the shops and the market stalls sell handicrafts, jewellery, woodcarvings, textiles, paintings and antiques. There are many, well-presented, cultural performances staged in the town, in particular the Hindu epic, the Ramayana; also the Kecak dance, the fire dance, the monkey dance and the Legong dance. The countryside around Ubud is particularly beautiful, with an abundance of trails offering memorable walks through the peaceful rice fields. Art galleries, studios and art and craft stalls line the streets - Ubud is a centre of Balinese art and culture. Many of Bali's health and meditation resorts are located here.

arrow Perfect for: People interested in the arts, photography and culture. Meditation, fitness and health. Prefer cooler climates.

arrow Hot Spot: Casa Luna Cooking School ... Voted as “One of the Worlds Best Cooking Schools” in The Australian newspaper, Janet has been teaching Balinese cooking since 1987.



Denpasar is a bustling, multi-cultural city and although it can seem a little intimidating the first time you visit, it has some of the best shopping on the island

arrowPerfect for: Seasoned travellers. Bargain hunters. If you like to step away from the tourist spots and indulge in the local custom and atmosphere.

arrowHot Spot: Jalan Gajah Mada and Jalan Thamrin