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Where to Stay in Bali for your Honeymoon
It's no surprise that Bali is a popular honeymoon destination. With its mystical temples, famous beaches, and verdant rice terraces, Bali has captured the hearts of travelers all over the world.
However, it's also true that some areas of Bali have become congested and over-built, bearing very little resemblance to the exotic island of one's imagination. In order to make the right choice, it's good to know a bit about the different locations on the island.
Honeymoon in Tabanan
The regency of Tabanan is known for its amazing green, but this jewel of the West coast is also blessed with beautiful volcanic beaches.
While other popular parts of Bali are filled with resorts and hotels, Tabanan has a light infrastructure, which has kept its pristine beauty intact. The area is home to small resorts and private villas, rather than large chain hotels, and
The Cove Bali
a great example of this.
Tabanan is the perfect location for newlyweds who wish to fully enjoy the culture, temples, and hidden beaches of Bali.
This resort area on the North coast of Bali is home to black volcanic sands as well as a 5-mile beach and fantastic temples. The area is a great place to enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving, especially in nearby Menjangan Island's protected marine natural park.
The area of Lovina is dotted with several small villages that retain a quaint and laid-back quality, conducive to romantic dinners for two.
Kuta Beach is home to the bustling nightlife of the island. Because of its fame, there is always a crowd in Kuta, and tourists are constantly around in big numbers. You will find local and foreign tourists, day-trippers, surfing enthusiasts, and beach lovers. Be warned: you'll never be alone!
Kuta is wonderful for shopping, dancing, people-watching, and bar-hopping. There are many well-known chain stores and restaurants along the streets and shopping centers. However, if you dream of a romantic stroll on a deserted beach, stay away. In Kuta you can never escape the crowds.
Bali Honeymoon in Seminyak
Seminyak is where luxury lovers come to stay. If you are into high-end boutiques, five-star restaurants, exclusive clubs, and elegant bars, then Seminyak is the place for you. The beach here is certainly another attraction, as it offers panoramic views of the Indian Ocean, amazing sunsets, and fierce waves that attract skilled surfers.
Do you love going out to see people and be seen? Then search for villas and resorts in Seminyak when deciding where to stay in Bali for your honeymoon.
Discover East Bali at Candi Dasa
This lovely area of Bali has one of the lightest tourist traffic on the island. Candi Dasa is a quaint destination that fosters a relaxed lifestyle.
This is not the place for late nights out, but it's perfect for early risers and people who love their peace and quiet. The surrounding area features magnificent temples and water palaces, as well as nearby diving, and even a chocolate factory.
Ubud, a Cultural Honeymoon
Ubud is the cultural heart of Bali. There are no beaches here, but fantastic jungle, wonderful hotels and resorts, and unforgettable views of the Ayung River.
Ubud is a popular location that can suit any budget. If you are trying not to break the bank, you will find charming hotels that will forever live in your hearts. And if you can splurge, Ubud will make you will feel like royalty with its beauty and luxury.
Ubud offers a variety of cultural activities, temple visits, and even river rafting. Stylish boutiques, cafés, and restaurants enliven the streets. There are choices for all budgets, from delicious meals on the cheap to Michelin-starred banquets.
With its scenic beauty, lively shopping and dining, and unforgettable temples, Ubud makes a perfect Bali honeymoon destination.
Let Bali Capture Your Hearts
Bali has so much to offer. When you choose Bali for your honeymoon, the island is sure to capture both of your hearts. Just as you did for each other.
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