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Bali, the beautiful Asian delight!

Bali is one of the most desirable holiday destinations in the world! With gorgeous tropical beaches, massive mountains, volcano peaks, breathtaking waterfalls, amazing local markets, cuisines and a vibrant night-life, it has become one of the most ideal and sought-after destinations. There is something for people of all age groups here. From water sports to fine dining, shopping in high end malls to local markets, you will have a plenty to do, when in Bali.

Mandira Beach Resort & Spa

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1499*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Grand Mirage Resort & Thalasso

All Inclusive

7 Nights

Starting from

£1299*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Jambuluwuk Oceano Seminyak Hotel

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1229*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Meliá Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1139*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1299*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Sun Island Hotel & Spa Legian

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1149*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Taum Resort Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1099*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

The Apurva Kempinski Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1799*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

The Sakala Resort Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£879*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Astagina Resort Villa and Spa

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1125*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Wyndham Garden Kuta Beach Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1250*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

The Anvaya Beach Resorts Bali

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1249*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

The Sintesa Jimbaran

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1199*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Vouk Hotel And Suites

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1299*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Prime Plaza Hotel

Bed & Breakfast

7 Nights

Starting from

£1149*pp

Inc. flight & hotel

Top things to do in Bali

1. Try an adventure sport- There are a number of adventure-filled activities for people of all age groups. You can try hiking, trekking, paragliding or treetop zip-lining, a so much more!

2. Dip into some Hot Springs- Hot springs are a nice way to relax your mind and rejuvenate body, when on a vacation. There are several hot springs in Bali that you can look up and go to get the ultimate experience.

3. Scuba Diving and Snorkeling- Snorkeling and scuba diving are great water activities that you can indulge in, if you are looking for some adventure on your trip. Bali is well-known for its remarkable diving spots. Dive into the beautiful ocean and admire the beauty of the natural, lush coral reefs.

Tourist Places to visit in Bali

1. Kuta Beach - being one of the most popular beaches in Bali, Kuta has become a top tourist attraction. Kuta formerly was a fishing village that went on to be discovered by surfers and become the trendy tourist center that it is today. It is an ideal location to spend some time with your family or friends.

2. Bali Museum - museums are always a great way to get familiar with a place’s history, culture and heritage, if that’ something that interests you. The Bali museum gives you an insight into the history and heritage of the island. It is surrounded by stunning gardens, which make it a perfect place for a nice stroll.

3. Uluwatu Temple - the temple is approximately an hour-long drive away from Kuta. It is widely admired for its intricate and ornate architecture. Uluwatu is a 9 directional temple standing on top of a cliff 70 meters high and surrounded by a breath-taking view. Visiting this temple is sure to give you a religious and spiritual peace of mind.

Best time to travel Bali
The best time to travel in terms of the climate are months from June-August. The humidity levels are low and you will be greeted by a pleasantly shining sun. The rest of the year witnesses’ rains which might seem amazing for a day or two but might seriously disrupt your local travel plans.

Where to stay in Bali
There are several luxury properties you can choose from which will show the best of both worlds, the best of Balinese culture and hospitality on one hand and the spectacular beach holiday experience on the other. If you wish to try the authentic local experience, you can opt for stay in hostels, cook your own meals, meet local people, make friends from people across the world.

Dining out options in Bali
There are amazing places to eat in Bali, whether you’re looking for street food or fine dining. Predominantly seafood based cuisine in Bali, has Indian and Chinese influences. Nasi Kuning, Sate limit, and lalah manis samba are some of the local favorites you must try. There is use of a lot of coconut and spices in the preparation. Your taste buds will be pleasantly surprised at the food served. For fine dining you can go to restaurants such as Mejekawi, Padi fine dining, Sarong, Metis and Mozaic.

Bali Shopping options
Bali is a shopper’s paradise where you can find street shopping as well as high end mall shopping options. You can shop for the biggest brands at famous malls such as the Trans Studio Mall and the TSM XXI Bali. Beachwalk shopping centre is also a place where you can find the best deals.

Bali Popular hotel deals
Ayodya resort Bali, Melia Bali, Camakila Tanjung Benua and Bali Mandira beach resort and spa are some spectacular properties that offer you the best deals in the Bali. You can also score further discounts and offers when you make bookings with My Travel Deals. We help you and the best deals in terms of prices, inclusions and ambience and comfort of the property.

Bali Travel advice
Considering the current situation of the pandemic, it is essential that you travel as pr the rules and regulations. Whether it’s about wearing your masks, sanitizing often or maintaining appropriate social distancing, you need to ensure rules are followed in order to keep yourself and your friends and family safe from harm.

Travel etiquettes
Considering the current pandemic scenario, we are receiving endless phone calls for our customers. While we are trying our best to attend to all your needs as soon as possible, it is advisable that you enquire about your bookings about 3 days, 72 hours, prior your travel. If your departure is in more than 3 days, we suggest you wait. This will only help us in serving you better.

Bali Nightlife
Bali boasts a colorful nightlife. There are several amazing local clubs, pubs and beach bars that you can visit. Dance the night away with your favorite drinks and mouthwatering local cuisine, make the most of your holiday. Mirror lounge and bar, Pyramid Bali, Sky Garden Bali and hard Rock cafe Bali are some of the best places to visit when you wish to take a Balinese night out!

Bali COVID-19 update
Look out for COVID updates and confirm with your airline prior to travel. While several countries have now removed traveling restrictions partially, it is essential that you confirm before hand, considering the volatility of the situation and how things could change at any given point of time. Social distancing and wearing masks are mandatory in Bali.
Like most other countries, Bali has also increased efforts to sanitize places of public commute and use such as taxis, trains, elevators, malls and restaurants etc more stringently and you simply need to follow basic rules to ensure your safety and consecutively the safety of others. However, before you travel, ensure that you find out about whether you need to get a COVID test before you board for Bali and vice versa as well as for any new COVID related updates.

Bali Travel Facts

Time Zone: GMT +7 Hours
Dialling Code: Bali +62 (36)
Language Spoken: Indonesian, Balinese
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). £1 GBP is around Rp 17,762 IDR. Credit card is used in some places but not extensively accepted.
Weather: The average temperature of 30°C.
Bali Main Airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport (IATA: DPS, ICAO: WADD) is 13km south of Denpasar.
Flight Information: 15 hrs 30 mins (from London) and 17 hrs from Gatwick airport.
Passport & Visa Requirement: If you're travelling on a British Citizen passport you don’t require a visa to enter Indonesia for visits of up to 30 days, beyond that, you should apply for Visa before travel or get Visa on arrival which costs around US$35.