Part of Indonesia and known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is famed for its stunning beaches, rich culture, and picturesque spiritual sites. A romantic Bali honeymoon can take in the bustling resorts of Kuta and Seminyak, the temples of Ubud in central Bali, or the secluded beaches of the north and east - wherever you visit, you'll have a beautiful backdrop for quality time with that special someone.
A mesmerizing Bali honeymoon
As part of your Bali honeymoon, be sure to put Ubud on the itinerary. Regarded as a cultural center, Ubud's temples, rice fields, and forests envelop a sizeable area. Highlights include the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave), and the many small museums and art galleries such as the Bali Center for Artistic Creativity. Don't leave Ubud without heading to the Pura Taman Saraswati temple, where water features and lotus blossom flowers set the scene for dazzling nighttime dance performances.
Nestled in the western part of Bali's southern tip, Kuta and Seminyak are two popular destinations for those seeking beaches, colorful parties, and endless entertainment options. They also boast some of the finest restaurants on the island and easy access to the nearby attraction of Tanah Lot, a majestic off-shore ancient temple. When it comes to beaches, Seminyak is the more upscale of the two and ideal if you're seeking a more elegant setting for your honeymoon in Bali.
Amed is a traditional coastal village famed for its black-sand beaches, lined with traditional fishing boats. It also happens to be a diving hotspot, with a number of great diving centers located here. What's more, there are several serene yoga retreats, should you wish to celebrate your marriage with some calm reflection and rejuvenation. For a truly memorable honeymoon experience, head 80 minutes inland to visit Mount Agung, an active volcano and the highest point on the island.