Honeymoons in Bali

Known as the ‘Island of the Gods’ and proud of its stunning landscape and endless beaches, Bali is the idyllic romantic honeymoon destination and offers exceptional value for money. With a selection of properties ranging from family owned resorts to stunning boutique hotels, there’s something to suit every taste. This is a destination filled with warm, friendly people who greet you with a smile and welcome you with open arms to their beautiful home in the Indian Ocean…

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Bali Overview

With its excellent climate, warm waters and vibrant culture, Bali has been attracting travellers and honeymooners for a long time.
The island is filled with thousands of Hindu temples ranging from the magnificent Besakih, known as the ‘Mother Temple’ - the largest and most significant on the island, to small places of worship in the villages dotted around. The stunning landscape is made up of terraced rice fields, lakes, palm groves, volcanic mountains and huge banyans trees. While along the shore there are picturesque bays circled with spectacular white sandy beaches for those romantic honeymoon strolls.
While on honeymoon in Bali, its worth a trip to the town of Ubud which is an extraordinary metropolis situated in the middle of Bali. This cultural hot spot for glitterati and literati has famous faces walking the street daily and is well known for its art collectors and connoisseurs alike. After taking in Ubud’s central scene you can head to the hills and let your eyes take in the dramatic vista of stunning steep gorges and winding rivers. Then why not indulge yourself with a Balinese massage treatment in boutique resort. For a special honeymoon treat, you can book a double massage for you and your partner.
Along the east coast of the island, Padangbai is a small fishing village offering some of the most isolated beaches in Bali. Awash with brightly coloured fishing boats, the main beach is often used for visitors who wish to catch a boat trip to the nearby island of Lombok.
Further along the coast, there are small coves providing more secluded sunbathing, diving and snorkelling. The restaurants in Padangbai feature good priced seafood and there are plenty of bars and cafes to choose from along the village beach.
From snorkelling to hill walks, from shopping to temple visits, there’s something for everyone. If you’re looking for a honeymoon in paradise, a honeymoon in Bali is for you.

Three activities to add to your itinerary while on Honeymoon in Bali:
- A must for honeymoon couples in Bali – a romantic picnic on the beach - More information on Aphrodisiac Picnic in Bed can be found by contacting TriasBali.
- A sunset dinner cruise with Bali Hai Cruises.
- Massage for two – The Dynasty Spa Villa offer double massage rooms.

Key Facts for Bali

Currency: Rupiah

Capital: Denpasar

Language: Balinese

Flight time: 15 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Bali

With only two seasons; wet, between October and April and dry from May to September. Sunny days within the dry season are between April and October. The temperature varies between 26 and 30 degrees, lovely!

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Getting Married in Bali

With beautiful beaches and luxurious hotels dotted around the island, Bali is one of the most amazing places to get married abroad.  The Balinese culture is one of the most welcoming around the world and they will ensure that your wedding day, and celebration runs smoothly.  With several towns to explore and historic landmarks to visit Bali gives choice and variety for both a newlywed couple and wedding guests alike. From breathtaking sunsets to the exciting markets and excursions available on the romantic yet busy island of Bali, your wedding abroad will be one to remember forever. If laid back and luxurious is what you are after then Bali can provide this for you too.

Marriage Requirements


Valid passports (each passport being valid for a minimum 6 months as from the date of entry into Indonesia).

Valid visas to enter Indonesia.

Full details of requirements can be found on the below website – http://www.indonesianembassy.org.uk/consular/consular_married_in_indonesia.html  

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