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Honeymoon couple at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran BayBali – Image courtesy of Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Introducing Bali

Honeymoon in Bali and savour one of Asia’s most exotic honeymoon destinations.

Blessed with a rich and ancient culture, Bali is home to friendly, hospitable people, great natural beauty and sun-kissed beaches that offer numerous fun-filled activities for your honeymoon.

Bali Surfing

What to do in Bali

Do nothing at all while lounging by the pool or relax on the beach in a hammock hung beneath sweet-scented jasmine, magnolia and frangipani trees. Or, be as active as you want with a choice of active pursuits including hiking, rafting, surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and paragliding.

Hike to the summit of Gunung Besakih; whitewater raft the turbulent Ayung River past vertical gorges, rice terraces and unspoiled rainforest; or experience Bali at its best on a cycling tour along the popular 25km Bakur Trail, with mainly downhill cruising past picture-perfect landscapes and shrines little changed in centuries.

Away from the beach Bali offers a choice of compelling attractions and sights: Discover narrow roads that weave among ancient temples, mountain lakes, soaring volcanoes, picture-perfect rice terraces and unspoilt rainforest.

Experience genuine Balinese hospitality, watch colourful festivals and rituals, be enchanted by traditional Balinese dance and listen to the soothing and hypnotic sound of the gamelan, which bring to life Hindu mythology and legend.

In quaint stores, browse for casual clothing or look out for a memorable honeymoon souvenir among Balinese handicrafts such as wood and stone carvings, fine art paintings and antiques.

Wherever you go and whatever you do, Bali will surprise you with unforgettable honeymoon experiences.

Novotel Bali Benoa

Where to stay

Bali offers a huge range of honeymoon accommodation options to suit all budgets. Choose from the beach resorts of Kuta, Legion, Seminyak, Jimbaran Bay, Nusa Dua and Sanur; or try Lovina on the north coast. See our resort section for some of the best honeymoon resorts and hotels on Bali:


Bali is located off the eastern tip of Java – just one of more than 13,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago.

Best time to visit Bali

The best time to honeymoon in Bali is during the dry season from April to September when the days are sunny and dry. Generally, Bali enjoys a warm, humid and tropical climate with an average temperature of 32°C year round.

However, temperatures vary from 33°C to 21°C across the island ranging from hot on the coast to cooler in the highlands. It can drop to 5°C at night in the mountains.

Latest update about this honeymoon destination: 21 March, 2017


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