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Why stay in Bali

Saying that Bali is paradise on earth isn’t an overstatement. The island is known for its gorgeous landscapes and rich culture and offers something for every holidaymaker - honeymooner, family vacationer, outdoor lover and more.
Staying here is an experience that feels incredibly rejuvenating, and the island’s diverse attractions mean that you can enjoy a great variety of activities during your trip. Look forward to spending your days by the beach, enjoying top-of-the-line amenities in your Bali villa, visiting mystical temples, taking rice field walks or riding a wave at world-renowned surfing spots.

Renting villas in Bali

Our Bali villas span a wide range, so there’s something for every traveller. There are modern, stylish properties set in the heart of trendy Seminyak, villas enveloped by the abundant greenery of Ubud and sprawling vacation rentals nestled away in the quiet, remote beach towns in North Bali. Regardless of whichever Bali villa you choose, we guarantee that you’ll enjoy the following: impeccable service, ultimate privacy and top-of-the-line amenities.

Things to do in Bali with kids

Bringing your kids to our Bali family villas? Fret not. Family attractions and activities abound on the island. Take your kids to outdoor attractions like Waterbom Bali (a waterpark with rides for all ages), Bali Treetop Adventure Park (an adventure park complete with outdoor courses, flying foxes and suspended bridges) and Armada Flow House Bali (a flowriding facility).
Dealing with bad weather? Don’t worry about needing to stay in your Bali villa all day, as there are still plenty of indoor attractions to choose from. These include Dream Museum Zone (a gallery for photo-taking against 3D artworks), Jenggala Ceramics (you get to tour the facility and paint your own ceramics) as well as escape room venues like Totem Room Escape or Pandora Experience Bali.
Looking for more activities? Check out our guide for family activities in Bali!

Activities and points of interest in Bali

There’s so much to see and do here. The island’s diverse landscape gives rise to a wide variety of natural attractions - from postcard-pretty beaches in the Bukit Peninsula, to sprawling rice fields in Canggu or towering volcanoes and sparkling lakes in Central Bali. You’ll also discover much about Bali’s rich culture and history when you visit Ubud; it’s the arts and culture hub of the island, and home to numerous art galleries, museums, temples and traditional markets.
These attractions are spread out across the island, yet it isn’t a stretch visiting multiple locations in a single day trip - just ask your Bali villa manager for tips on how to best organise your itinerary.
Here are some of our recommendations: watch a kecak fire dance performance at Uluwatu Temple, catch the surfers in action at Blue Point Beach, go snorkeling or free diving at Amed, do a sunrise trek at Mount Batur, explore the shopping streets of Seminyak or spend your day trying out the myriad spas, healthy cafes and yoga classes in Ubud.

Bali’s restaurants, cafes & bars

Bali’s dining scene can vary a lot, depending on where you’re at. Trendy Seminyak is known for its wide-ranging variety of chic restaurants, cafes and bars - most of which are located just a skip from your Bali villa. We recommend checking out Expat. Roasters (we love the coffee!), Ling-Ling’s (creative Asian tapas and great cocktails guaranteed) and Monsieur Spoon (best croissants on the island).
Canggu’s dining scene is best described as eclectic - you’ll find healthy cafes alongside beach clubs, hipster bars and fine dining restos. We love brunching at Funky Pancakes, Crate Café and Machinery Cafe Bali, while sundowners and dinners are best enjoyed at Ji Terrace by the Sea, The Slow and Billy Ho.
Ubud is a popular destination for yoga travellers, hence it’s unsurprising that the town offers a great selection of healthy cafes and vegan or vegetarian restaurants. Kafe Ubud, located right in the heart of the town is somewhat of an institution - it’s been around forever, and remains widely popular with vacationers and expats alike. Zest Ubud dishes out tasty vegan dishes in a beautiful setting, The Sayan House offers Latin-Japanese cuisine and uninterrupted forest views and Locavore’s seven-course degustation menu is well-renowned, and not to be missed.