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Miles of silky sand beaches, serene temples, verdant rice terraces, lively markets, lovely mountain villages and thundering waterfalls: This Indonesian island abounds with natural and cultural riches. Enjoy your Bali retreat with Vacations by Marriott, which features an array of splendid hotels and resorts, from The Ritz-Carlton Bali, framed by the Indian Ocean, to Le Méridien Bali Jimbaran, with a saltwater pool with swim-up bar.
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Frequently Asked Questions

There are endless things to do in Bali, making the Indonesian island a perfect destination for all types of travelers. For those looking to relax, Bali offers stunning white sand beaches and luxurious spas where you can unwind and rejuvenate. For adventure seekers, there are opportunities for surfing, diving, and hiking in the lush jungles or picturesque terraced rice fields.

Bali's beautiful beaches offer a diverse range of activities for every type of traveler. Visit Kuta Beach for iconic sunsets, fantastic surf breaks, and a lively beach vibe. For a more laid-back idyllic beach experience, head to the pristine blue waters of Nusa Dua, perfect for snorkeling and luxury beachfront resorts. The surfer's paradise of Uluwatu boasts stunning cliffs and legendary waves, while Seminyak offers trendy beach clubs, upscale dining, and boutique shopping.

Experience the rich Balinese culture and history the island has to offer, with opportunities to visit ancient temples, take part in traditional Balinese ceremonies, or even learn about the local craftsmanship through workshops and classes.

For a livelier experience in this bustling city, Bali’s nightlife is bustling with beach clubs, bars, and restaurants, particularly in areas like Seminyak and Kuta. Don’t miss the chance to explore Bali’s natural beauty, from the iconic Lombok Island to the stunning waterfalls and volcanic peaks in the central highlands.

The best time to visit Bali is during the dry season, which takes place from April to September. During these months, the weather is generally warm and sunny, making it the ideal time for outdoor activities, beach lounging, and exploring the island's natural beauty.

April and May are particularly good months to visit Bali as they fall just after the peak tourist season, meaning you can enjoy the island without the large crowds. June to September is also a popular time to visit, as the weather is consistently warm and dry, perfect for soaking up the sun and enjoying the clear waters for snorkeling and diving.

It's important to note that Bali experiences a wet season from October to March, with heavy rainfall and increased humidity. While rainy season can be a less popular time to visit, it can still be enjoyable for those looking to experience Bali's lush, green landscapes and take advantage of lower accommodation prices.

Ubud, a town located in the uplands of Bali, is a must visit when going to Bali. Ubud is also a popular yoga and wellness destination, with many yoga studios, retreat centers, and holistic healing practices. Visitors can explore the Ubud Monkey Forest, a sacred sanctuary home to long-tailed macaques, or visit the Tegallalang Rice Terraces, famous for its beautiful rice paddies.

Ubud is also a hub for art and culture, with numerous galleries and museums showcasing traditional and contemporary Balinese art. The town is also known for its vibrant live music scene and traditional Balinese dance performances. Visitors can also experience a traditional Balinese cooking class or attend a local village ceremony.

For those seeking a spiritual experience, Ubud is home to numerous ancient temples and sacred sites, including the Goa Gajah (Elephant Cave) and the Tirta Empul Temple, known for its holy spring water. The town also offers various wellness and healing practices such as traditional Balinese massage, energy healing, and meditation.