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Bali

Lush rainforests, stunning Hindu temples, carefully crafted Balinese architecture, vibrant arts and foodie scene, and some of the best surfing beaches in southeast Asia – Bali is the stuff of dreams. Transport yourself to this peaceful, spiritual island paradise for an experience you’ll never forget.

Warm, lazy days at the beach, unique and ancient culture and incredible food will have you wishing you’d booked for longer.

  • Lose yourself in Ubud – Bali’s artistic heart will suck you in with its culinary treats, traditional crafts, art and dance, wonderful hotels and plethora of spas
  • Find peace at Uluwatu, Bali’s most sacred temple; perched on a clifftop close to the Bukit peninsula, it’s a magical spot for sunsets
  • Spot dolphins off the coast of Lovina beach, a laid-back resort in the north of the island
  • Boogie board on Kuta beach, a mecca for surfers who come here to ride the perfect waves all day and party all night
When to visit

Bali is around eight degrees south of the equator, meaning it enjoys a warm, tropical climate year round. The dry season runs from April to September and is when humidity is at its lowest. Prices rise sharply during high season, which tends to be between July and September.