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Less is more ... rather than overwhelming you with volumes of travel tips, here is a specific list of exclusive recommendations with Mr & Mrs Crystal's stamp of approval.

insider tips

  • Best sunset spots include Breezes at the Samaya (Seminyak) and Nammos Beach Club (Uluwatu).
  • Start your day with a morning coffee and breakfast at Grocer and Grind (Seminyak) which arguably has the best coffee and produce on the island.
  • For an inexpensive but good quality massage head to Cool Spa (opposite Grocer and Grind) in Seminyak – opt for a private room if you are seeking solitude.
  • For a cultural dining experience head to the beach stalls in Jimbaran Bay for local fresh seafood.
  • On arrival at Denpasar airport, be warned - the immigration queues can be long. Make sure you have cash for the USD25 per person tourist visa which needs to be purchased on arrival.
  • April – October is dry season, mid-October – March is wet season. August is party time.

 

what we think

This island of the gods is a slice of paradise wrapped in the acqua hue of the Indian Ocean, Bali is the island of the gods. Its sandy beaches and lush rice terraces provide a picturesque backdrop to its luxurious beachside villas and stunning cliffside hotels. Bali has it all - dancing and romancing, bliss and glitz. The locals are truly chamring – just another reason why Bali woos and wows the crowd!