The ‘cultural heart’ of Bali, Ubud, charms with its café culture, boutiques and eateries, not to mention ancient temples and lively streets. Explore Ubud’s popular artistic culture, bursting with markets and galleries or take in key sights, including the Ubud Royal Palace and the Sacred Monkey Forest. With lush greenery at every turn, enjoy hiking through the rice fields and beside the Ayung River, trek to Mount Batur at sunrise or uncover majestic waterfalls like Tegenungan. Witness traditional Balinese dance, try an authentic Balinese massage or experience a cooking class, relishing native dishes flavoured with spices and fresh ingredients.
Bali’s rich assortment of sun-kissed coasts are home to picture perfect beaches with diving and surfing experiences like no other. Discover the sandy sophistication of Seminyak and upmarket Nusa Dua, popular among families for its fabulous resorts, golf and shops, or enjoy palm fringed Jimbaran, home to an ancient temple, local fish markets and an array of fresh seafood restaurants. Explore the black sands of Canggu or take in the hilly limestone region of Uluwatu, with towering cliffs overlooking the Indian Ocean and where you will find hidden beaches and secluded surfing spots.
Awaken your spirit of adventure at this tranquil tropical hideaway nestled deep in lush forests on the outskirts of Bali’s cultural heart, Ubud. Designed by architect Bill Bensley, this boutique retreat sits in blissful harmony [...]View Hotel
Mandapa, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Surrounded by rolling hills along Ubud’s Ayung River, this Ritz-Carlton Reserve treats guests to a luxury Balinese experience, where nature and culture coexist in blissful harmony. Natural beauty and traditional hospitality can [...]View Hotel
Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali
Set on the southernmost tip of Bali atop a rugged cliff, this much-anticipated new resort offers guests a blend of luxury accommodation, dramatic ocean views and ‘off the beaten track’ activities. 103 suites and villas boast [...]View Hotel