Winter is supposedly coming to an end but if you’re in one of the southern states your still seeing snow on the ground and people in 30 layers … enough is enough it’s time to head to Bali.
Whether you’re jumping on a tiger flight or the pointier end of the plane, we suggest taking in the sites of the fantastic island and enjoying the fact you’ve left winter behind.
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There are many different aspects of Bali you can go lower on the spend and hit the tourist capital of Kuta and Shop, and party your time away or head up the coast to some of the luxury resorts that the island has to offer and take in a tropical lifestyle reserved for the rich and famous.
We have a soft spot for hitting the unspoilt East Coast of Bali and pulling up a seat at the poolside bar at Komune Resort Beach Club with its hypnotising views of the world-famous Keramas.
The iconic volcanic beach and the beachfront resort are a match made in heaven, and you’ll find plenty of surfers and Aussies floating around the hotel, or if you’re there during the Surf Season, you might catch some of the worlds best warming up at Keramas.
Another side of the Bali is its historic temples or the stunning rainforests, and when we went a few years ago, we took to some white water rafting and trekking through the rainforest and volcano site seeing an activity, not for the faint-hearted.
However, some of our friends took in the quieter side of Bali kicking back in a robe at the villa, sipping on cocktails and updating their Instagram feeds with what was described as “social media gold.”
With world-class masseuses and day clubs across the island, you can be relaxed in the morning, entertained by the worlds best DJ’s at lunch and be back in bed just after witnessing a magical sunset that east coast Aussies dream of all within a few blocks.
We’ve now described the many styles of a Bali escape, and now we’re going to provide you with some of our favourite options for Accommodation, Activities and places for a tipple.
Taking a day trip to Nusa Penida “The Most Wanted Island “
You can join a tour guide who will come and pick you up from your hotel, and they will take you to the port Sanur to cross to Nusa Penida Island and once you arrive be whisked up and taken on a journey.
You can pick one of two trips in this Air BnB experience we recommend heading west for the most activities and the most scenic of scenes.
Firstly you arrive at Angel Billabong. This is a natural pool on the seafront that has been formed by millions of years of the waves rolling in.
The second stop is Broken Beach, and Keling King Beach first part is Broken beach a small beach inside a large hole that was formed by the ocean many years sort of like a hidden beach, secondly you will arrive at Kelingking Beach this is a magic place, where you will see the beach from the cliffs shaped like a dinosaur,
And your last top is taking in the Crystal bay beach which is iconic for its mix of white and black sand and is perfect for kicking back and relaxing before returning to your hotel.
Our next discovery is the amazing Ulu Cliffhouse.
The cliff house is the home of Bali’s creative crowd, as well as being the perfect meeting place for
The beach club draws on the iconic feeling of 1950’s Palm Springs with the stunning views of the Ullawatu cliff line thrown in for good measure.
Headed by world-renowned Peruvian Chef Diego Muñoz, who led Astrid & Gaston to #14 in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants List and now free-rider chef, Ulu Cliffhouse’s culinary offering goes beyond the typical beach club menu by incorporating the influence of Diego’s travels around the world and Bali’s local environment at the same time. The fresh, fun and locally sourced offerings reflect Chef Diego’s ability to integrate culturally diverse flavours, resulting in a menu that includes a raw bar showcasing his personal take on ceviches, tiraditos, and an array of other culinary delights