The island of Bali is an absolute haven for honeymooners choosing to celebrate the spirit of love and the beginning of a shared life together. There is so much to be experienced even during the shortest of stays. The following pastimes are just a glimpse into what this tropical getaway has to offer couples looking for excitement with a hint of romance.
Indulge in a Relaxing Balinese Massage for Two
Bali has a strong wellness culture that is inspired by natural healing. A traditional Balinese massage uses long strokes and applications of pressure to alleviate stress and bring about deep relaxation. There are many spas on the island to enjoy a Balinese massage performed in the comfort of a double treatment room to enhance the sensation.
Explore Rural Bali by Bike
Discover what rural life on Bali is all about with a bicycle excursion that journeys along back roads and through village hamlets. See how traditional home compounds and temples are set out in accordance to the ancient laws of the Balinese Hindu microcosmos. Watch as farmers tend their crops, women make the ﬂower offerings and children play simple outdoor games. Bali Adventure Tours the adventure specialists offer inspiring bike tours on a daily basis that give a fascinating insight into life on the island.
Savour a Beachside Brunch
Enjoy a leisurely brunch by the beach in the sophisticated lifestyle district of Seminyak. La Lucciola located near the Petitenget Temple is a great spot for light bites and breakfast favourites served in laidback surroundings overlooking the rolling surf of the Indian Ocean.
Visit the Cultural Village of Ubud
No trip to Bali is complete without a day trip to the culturally charged village of Ubud. It is home to Bali’s creative community where the streets are lined with museums and galleries selling paintings, wood carvings and unique handicrafts. The Ubud Palace stages evening performances of local dance and music showcasing the island’s rich artistic heritage.
Partake in Afternoon Tea at Biku
Take pleasure in a sumptuous afternoon tea at Biku located in Petitenget. This charming tea house is actually a wooden Javanese joglo that is ﬁlled with antique treasures and curios from a bygone era. Tea for two is served on a china plate stand and includes a tasty selection of mini sandwiches, scones and other sweet treats accompanied by your preferred blend of tea or a glass of sparkling champagne. Bookings are essential.
Chill Out with a Cocktail at Potato Head
The latest bar, restaurant cum pleasure playground to open on Bali’s southern shores is Potato Head. This beachfront hot spot is where the island’s ‘beautiful people’ gather to hang out in true tropical style. Sip a signature cocktail from an extensive menu whilst listing to chill out beats mixed by a resident DJ. Some travellers come for lunch stay all day to relax on oversized beach beds in preparation for the island’s picturesque sunset.
Experience a Bali Sunset at the Rock Bar
Bali’s daily sunset is famous for travellers from all walks of life. Join the crowds at the iconic Kuta Beach to capture this great photographic moment. Alternatively, go a little more upmarket and celebrate with twilight drinks at Ayana Resort’s Rock Bar. This stunning cliff top setting offers mesmerizing views over the Indian Ocean in a sublime setting that is second to none. Arrive early to secure front row seats and avoid disappointment.