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If you're considering a honeymoon to Asia, Bali could be the ideal destinantion for you. From food and drink to activities and entertainment, this article takes an in-depth look at the island and is a must read for all those considering a Bali honeymoon.


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The beautiful island of Bali is situated in the Indian Ocean, lying between the Lombok to the east and Java to the west. It is one of over 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago and is home to around 4 million inhabitants..



Approx flight time to Bali from the UK

18 hrs



+7 to 9hrs


Language in Bali

Bahasa Indonesian, Bahasa Baliand English


Currency in Bali

Indonesian Rupiah



Best Time to Visit Bali

Jet off on your Bali honeymoon or Bali wedding between the months of May and October if you want to avoid the wet season and the Hindu festival of Nyepi when much of Bali closes down.

Best Beaches in Bali

Bali can offer honeymoon couples some wonderful beaches from which to choose. Some of the most popular beaches are to be found on the South of the island in the towns of Sanur, Nusa Dua and Kuta.



For Activity Lovers

Mountain biking along the Batur Trail is popular as is tennis and golf. For those honeymooners looking for sport down on the beach, windsurfing and scuba diving are widely available.

If you fancy a little more action, then head to the Ayung River and partake in white water rafting.

Local Flavours of Bali

The food in Bali is typically Indonesian so expect exotic tastes and textures mixed with local fresh seafood and meat. Chicken Satay, fried noodles, and roast suckling pig are local delicacies and for snacks, forget crisps and chocolate, fresh tropical fruit is the order of the day.


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