Bali is a sun worshipper’s paradise and offers a range of beautiful beaches some with black volcanic sand, others with stretches of pristine white. Perhaps Bali’s most famous beach of all, Kuta, offers couples one of the world’s most romantic sunsets. You will treasure a photo of the two of you with that famous Kuta sunset in the background.
Other beachside locations, such as Seminyak and Legian, now boast a Miami-cool edge – think world-class yet unique shopping outlets, chic bars and restaurants, and a plethora of high end resorts and private villas. Further along is the quieter area of Canggu, a peaceful alternative for those who want access to Seminyak but also a return to a slower pace. Nusa Dua is still very much pitched at the luxury travelers an upscale enclave of mostly five star and beyond hotels and resorts on a lovely stretch of quiet, clean beach. Jimbaran’s gorgeous white sandy beach and famous seafood dinners are not to be missed the quintessential toes-in-the-sand dining experience.
Regardless of Ubud’s international fame since the world was seduced by the film “Eat, Pray & Love”, this mountain destination still permeates the essence of the real Bali. With luxury villas perched over jungle-clad mountains and spas that rely on the sounds of nature or the flowing river below for background music, Ubud is a honeymooner’s heaven. In recent years Bali has evolved into a grourmet travelers’s paradise with a mind boggling array of dining options having opened in Ubud, meaning that you need not leave if you don’t want to – from the gorgeous Bridges restaurant to local institution Casa Luna … there is even the famous Honeymoon Bakery, a must for couples to visit!