Bali is not only a beautiful, tropical paradise that houses stunning luxury resorts. It is an all-round destination that can host families and backpackers - as well as those luxury travellers. There are many wonderful places available in Bali, and we will try and make it easy for you to experience them.

Taman Amartha
From $68 per night
The Village Guest House
$43 per night
The Akah Cottage
$60 per night
Gita Maha Ubud
From $33 per night
Pecatu Ubud Guest House
From $36 per night
The Hamsa Lovina
$38 per night
1000 Dream Bungalow
$65 per night
Pondok Massas
44 per night
Batu Empug Ubud
$71 per night
Merhudani Ubud
$58 per night
The Runik Ubud
$64 per night
The Umari
$38 per night
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$80 and Under

Up to $200

Nusa Dua Beach Resort
From $134 per night
Ulun Ubud Resort
From $167 per night
Komaneka at Rasa Sayang Ubud
From $172 per night
The Alena Resort
From $111 per night
The Breezes Resort & Spa
From $172 per night
Villa Bliss
From $154 per night
Laba Ubud Villa
From $139 per night
The Acala Shri Sedana 135
Amanya Resort Kuta 105
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$200 +

Six Senses Uluwatu
From $1000 per night
Padma Resort Legian
From $262 per night
Maya Sanur Resort
From $380 per night
St Regis Bali
From $600 per night
Renaissance Bali Uluwatu
From $242 per night
Goya Boutique Resort
From $294 per night
From $600 per night
Viceroy Bali
From $750 per night
Purana Boutique Resort
From $242 per night
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Get There

Get In

Most  international travellers will enter the country via Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Flights arrive mainly from Australia on budget airlines such as Tiger & Jetstar, although Qantas & Virgin do fly there too from Australia. Visitors travelling from other regions can find flights with their selected One World or Star Alliance airline.

For visitors from Australia, P&O Cruises do occasionally run cruises that stop in Bali & Indonesia so this could make an excellent way to visit Bali if you want a different kind of experience.  

Get Around

When you arrive, taxis are plentiful and are well priced to take you around the island as you need. One of the more popular things to do on the main island is to rent a car and drive it around instead although driving in Bali can be troublesome if you haven't done it before.

Make sure that you either ensure that taxis go on the meter or negotiate a price before getting in, otherwise you could stand to be ripped off.

If you want to experience the vacation of a lifetime in Bali then get in touch with one of our experienced travel planners now. They can arrange everything for you from flights, resort transfers and day excursions!

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