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Rescape (retreat/ escape) Ubud is an uniquely designed villa built by bamboo, allowing guests to unwind and escape from all the daily hassle, and who truly enjoys the nature. This stay is perfect for couples, young families, artists, musicians and everyone who loves to fully embrace the nature. The place feels secluded and yet only 5 minutes away by bike from central Ubud! Don’t forget to share your unique experience @rescapeubud!
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This is the perfect place if you are visiting Bali. Our Villa is located in a lovely neighbourhood in Berawa/Canggu and it's just 5 minute to Berawa Beach & Finns Beach Club by bike and just minutes by walk to a lot of amazing restaurants & cafes :) The Villa has 2 beautiful bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and also the private pool is straight in front of the rooms. The location is perfect everything is very near but still you will have your peace as our villa is located in a small alley :)
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Cliffs Edge is perched hundreds of meters above the crystal blue waters. Experience Glamping amidst peaceful surroundings of nature. A trusted favourite experience for content creators, photographers, nature lovers and couples. Our top features are ... - 180 degree ocean view - Eco-friendly bamboo design - Inclusive breakfast - Shooting 'star net' - Frequent views of turtles and manta rays. - Sunrise facing - 5 min to Diamond Beach - Room service available - Indoor & outdoor showers
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Your guide to Bali
All About Bali
Sometimes referred to as The Island of the Gods, Bali is one of the most famous islands in the Indonesian archipelago. More than just a favorite luxury travel destination, it has a millennia-old history. From migrations by Austronesian peoples to the island to its multicultural society with influences from Chinese, Indian, and Hindu cultures, Bali has evolved into one of Southeast Asia’s most unique destinations. The region is also home to some of the most expensive coffee in the world, Kopi Luwak.
Bali also has two separate observed calendars based on lunar cycles (Saka) and rice growing cycles (Pawukon). The island has three volcanoes, which are responsible for its stunning black volcanic sand beaches. The island also lays claim to beautiful lakes, lush tropical forests, and many shrines and temples. Known for its native arts and crafts, there’s a thriving creative community in Bali that continues to practice skills passed down through generations.
How do I get around Bali?
Getting to Bali is most easily accomplished by plane. The area receives flights at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), which is reasonably close to Denpasar, the capital of Bali, and Kuta, along with many popular destinations. There is taxi and private shuttle service to and from the airport. The best way to get around when visiting is via taxi, although an alternative option is to hire a private driver, who can offer their expertise and knowledge of the region. For exploring the islands off Bali’s coast, flights are offered to Lombok from Denpasar Airport (DPS), while boat service is available for the others, with some services including complimentary refreshment and entertainment as part of the trip.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bali?
The best time to stay in a villa in Bali is during the months of April, May, June, and September, otherwise known as Bali’s dry season. Temperatures year-round are hot, while the dry season has less precipitation and humidity. Booking during these months also helps you avoid the hottest temperatures in July and August while still enjoying plenty of sun-filled days. Some noteworthy events in Bali include the Spirit Festival in early April, an annual celebration of yoga, dance, and music. The Bali Arts Festival, in June, is a month-long celebration of Balinese culture and crafts especially focused in the capital of Denpasar. Another event not to miss is the Sanur Village Festival in September, with activities, food, music, and a variety of water sports held in the eponymous village.
What are the top things to do in Bali?
Overlooking one of Bali’s surfing spots, Uluwatu Temple is situated on a clifftop presiding over plunging seaside cliffs. In Balinese, Ulu means "tip" or "land's end," and Watu means “rock.” The temple is thought to protect Bali from evil sea spirits. The best time to visit is during sunset, when the sea and the sky glow in the late afternoon light and Kecak dances are performed.
Nusa Dua Beach
A good break from Denpasar’s city centre, Nusa Dua Beach is a great place to enjoy a beautiful white sand beach stretching along nearly 4.5 miles. There’s plenty of pampering opportunities along the shore in the form of fine dining and spa treatments, and you’ll find a promenade for sand-free strolling between the various resorts and their attractions.
The Sidemen Valley
About a 90-minute drive northeast of Ubud, the Sidemen Valley evokes the feel of an older Bali. Locals tend their fields and rice paddies with traditional agriculture here, and it’s a wonderful area for a hike, with paths passing by emerald rice fields and coffee and cocoa plantations all the way to the summit of Mount Agung.