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The paradise island of Bali truly is a dream destination. With breath-taking natural scenery, luxury resorts and rich and diverse cultures, holidays to Bali offer a sensational tropical escape with something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful sanctuary overlooking the shimmering turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, or enjoying the thrilling water sports on offer in Tanjung Benoa, you will find all this and more in Bali. From the vibrant nightlife of Seminyak, to the lush, green foothills of Ubud, this is the perfect destination for romance, adventure and making amazing memories that will last a lifetime. Choose Bali for your 2021 or 2022 holiday.

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Experience the culture, enchanting natural scenery and relaxed vibe on the paradise island of Bali with one of our stunning 3-star holidays. Select one that suits your needs and get set for an unforgettable break.

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Enjoy the breathtaking delights of Bali with our magnificent range of 4-star holidays. Take a look at some of the luxury resorts on offer and start planning your dream break today.

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Glorious, palm-fringed beaches, lush rainforests and luxurious resorts make Bali a sensational tropical escape. Experience this idyllic paradise island on one of our magnificent 5-star holidays.

Indonesian Rupiah
Balinese and Indonesian
Time Difference:
GMT +8 hours
Flight Time:
Approximately 16 hours

Flights: You can fly direct to Bali (Garuda Indonesia) from London Heathrow Airport. Flights from other UK airports require 1 or more stops along the way.

Passport/visa requirements: Your passport should be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the date of your departure from Bali. You do not need a visa to enter Indonesia for visits of 30 days or less.

Packing essentials:Bali has a tropical climate, which means you should pack light clothing, sunglasses, a sun hat and a light waterproof jacket. If you plan to visit any of the island’s temples or sacred sites, you should also pack clothes which cover your legs and shoulders.

One of the biggest attractions of a luxury holiday in Bali is the stunning beaches that await visitors.

Whether you’re seeking peaceful tropical sands or sun-kissed shores offering a variety of wonderful water sports, this intoxicating island paradise is an ideal pick.

You’ll also find a superb choice of beachfront accommodation, with Nusa Dua and Kuta Beaches among those with luxury hotels and resorts right next to the sand. If you prefer a seaside setting that provides captivating scenery, the shores of Sanur Beach may be just what you’re looking for, while Echo Beach is an ideal choice for surfing.

Whatever your needs, there’s a perfect beach for every visitor, with options for family-friendly fun, recreation, romance and relaxation, and a range of accommodation to match. Browse our selection of luxury hotels and resorts and book your dream Bali beach holiday today.


Nyepi is a day of silence, self-reflection and meditation which marks the Balinese New Year. No one is allowed to work; traffic is non-existent and everybody stays indoors. The day before, Melasti, is very different, however. Amongst drums and merry shouting, villagers dress in their finest clothes, make their way to the sea and give offerings or make sacrifices to their Gods. Nyepi falls on a different day each year depending on the Balinese calendar.

Bali Arts Festival

If you’re looking for culture on your holiday, the annual Bali Arts Festival will undoubtedly interest you. As one of the main highlights in the calendar, this is a month-long event showcasing the stunning art and architecture on the island. Taking place across June and July, the festival starts with an opening parade that includes a series of illuminating stage performances and traditional dances.

Independence Day

Indonesia’s Independence Day falls on August 17th, the day when they achieved independence from the Dutch in 1945. The Balinese celebrate by putting red and white decorations inside their houses and a national flag outside. Ceremonies and festivals also take place across the country, while neighborhoods join together to play games and take part in competitions.

Galungan and Kuningan

Galungan, like Nyepi, is one of Bali’s biggest festivals over the year. It is held every 210 days and marks the time of the year when the spirits of ancestors are believed to have visited the earth. The Balinese celebrate Galungan by offering a sacrifice of food and flowers to the spirits at local temples. People also dress to the nines in their finest clothing, visit friends and family and tuck in to local food. Kuningan is 10 days later and commemorates the end of the holiday season. This is when the spirits are believed to return to heaven.

When it comes to cuisine, Bali serves up an assortment of delicious meat, fish and vegetable dishes that are not to be missed.

One particular dish well worth seeking out is Sate Lilit, a meal of skewered pork marinated in coconut milk and other spices. Other authentic meat dishes to sample include Babi Guling (roasted suckling pig stuffed with traditional spices) and Bebek Betutu (chili and garlic stuffed duck, steamed and wrapped in coconut tree bark).

If you prefer fish, then you’ll be delighted to hear that Bali provides fantastic seafood dishes too, such as Sambal Udang (prawns in spicy sauce) and Bumbi Bali Fish, which offers a rich flavour of tuna in coconut milk.

Bali also offers superb vegetarian options like Gado-Gado, which is a traditional mix of vegetables and rice with peanut sauce, and Urab, a fresh, crispy vegetable salad coated with coconut dressing and placed on a Cassava leaf.

Best Time To Visit Bali

Bali’s proximity to the equator means it enjoys a hot tropical climate throughout the year with average temperatures ranging between 26-28°C. Although the seasons aren’t as clearly defined as other areas April to September is generally considered the dry season and sees lower average rainfall than the other months.

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Bali Locations & Where To Stay

It can be tricky deciding where to stay on your Bali holiday. The tropical island has so many beautiful locations. Popular resorts like Nusa Dua and Seminyak offer a range of hotels, restaurants, bars and facilities set around outstanding beaches. Sanur appeals for those looking for a more relaxed vibe than some of the larger resorts, while still offering stunning scenery and excellent hotels.

Bali Holiday Options

Bali holidays offer something for everyone. Whether it’s a family holiday or a romantic break Bali is ideal. Boasting a variety of hotels which offer all inclusive options, family friendly resorts and high-end luxury. Whatever type of holiday your looking for, you'll find it in Bali.

It’s not surprising how many people opt to go all-inclusive when they book a sunshine escape to Beautiful Bali. This lets you get on with having a fabulous getaway, rather than having to keep watching your spending. Unlike a traditional pay-as-you-go holiday, choosing all-inclusive means your meals and drinks are all paid for in advance. Some Bali resorts will also include various other extras, such as free use of their spas and gyms, and tasty treats for children.
An amazing holiday in glorious sunshine awaits families staying in the magical island of Bali. A plethora of stunning beaches and warm turquoise waters provide the perfect setting for hours of fun on the beach and in the ocean. Add to this the island’s rich history and culture, its charming people, superb dining experiences and vibrant nightlife and you have everything you need for an unforgettable holiday experience in a spellbinding island escape.
The magical island of Bali is the perfect Indonesian destination for a romantic time in the sun with the love of your life. This blissful getaway is a superb choice for a honeymoon, an idyllic location for renewing your wedding vows or an enchanting setting for a lovely beachfront wedding ceremony. Turquoise waters, stunning white sandy beaches and exquisite landscapes create awe-inspiring surroundings for couples to spend time together.
Bali has everything you could dream of for an unforgettable luxury holiday in blissful surroundings. Opulent hotels and resorts, ultra-chic boutiques, high-end shopping malls, posh restaurants and laid-back nightlife all add to the appeal of this magnificent Indonesian getaway. To top it all there’s the stunning beaches, mesmerising coral reefs, swaying palm trees, tropical forests and crystal-clear waters.

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