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Bali Private Villas on Australia’s Paradise Isle

BaliPrivate Villas, Villas in Seminyak – Bali, in Indonesia is a firm favourite with tourists from Australia as well as around the world and has built up a reputation for being a great holiday destination in Asia. From its early days in the 60′s when there were only a few rough footed surf travelers to today where you have hordes of Australians getting off their cheap, direct Jetstar flight from Australia. Bali has so many things to do and really does cater for almost everyone, from the 24/7 parties of Kuta to the relaxed spa’s in Ubud. So with quite a varied type of traveler a top 10 things to do in Bali might be hard to pin down. I am sure this list of the following top 10 things to do will appeal to the majority of visitors to Bali:

10 – Ku De Ta Bar and restaurant – From your Bali Private Villas, Villas in Seminyakexperirience this restaurant as it’s just very cool, so take a look and be part of the cool crew.

9 – Bungy – OK, so not suitable for everyone but even if you don’t jump its fun to watch. The one down in Legian allows you to ride bikes off.

8 – Hire a Vespa – Any scooter will do really but a nice old school Vespa is a great fun way to explore the island. Take it easy as the roads and traffic are both pretty bad. Not a place to learn to ride a scooter.

7 – Temples – Bali has loads of them and they are usually really interesting and ornate. Get lucky and watch one of the ceremonies if you time it right.

6 – Shopping – Everybody loves shopping and more so in Bali where you can haggle over a few pence. There are some good bargains to be had and some nice things to buy, but beware like most tourist areas there is good and bad.

5 – Surf lessons – These are a must on Bali being such a surf orientated island. Try it now and if you are a beginner get one of the huge boards that float and have soft edges.

4 – Monkeys – You can see them at many temples such as the one in Ubud, or if you prefer not to risk your sun glasses or camera go to the zoo.

3 – Seafood – Bali is an island and it has great seafood. Pretty simple really, so get down to Jimberan Bay and eat some fresh seafood right on the beach.

2 – Party at Kuta – The party place on Bali where anything goes. Drink, dance and make a fool of yourself and try not to be sick or have you wallet stolen by kids on the street.

1 – Nothing – Make sure to take to relax and do absolutely nothing.

BaliPrivate Villas, Villas in Seminyak – BALI is often described as being too touristy. In my opinion that is a rather superficial statement, as all it takes to discover the Bali which has enticed visitors to return time and again, is to leave the tourist enclaves of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Sanur behind.

Bali Private Villas, Villas in Seminyak – Let me help you discover Bali – an island which, although quite small, tends to leave a huge impression on visitors who make the effort, and spend the time, to have a good look around.

Bali is easy and inexpensive to get to:

Air Asia operates flights to Bali from Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. Jetstar also has direct flights to Bali, making Bali a prime destination, serviced by the best known budget airlines in the region. Of course, most full-service airlines also fly to Bali


Bali offers a huge variety of hotels, resorts with spas, as well as simple bed and breakfast establishments. Of course there are also the typical Balinese homestays, which are often found in family compounds, offering a rare opportunity to observe how the Balinese live.

If you are planning to stay for any length of time, one month or longer, I would suggest that you base yourself away from the main areas in the south. You could split up your stay as follows:

1 week around Tabanan, which gives you easy access to Tanah Lot and the western part of the island.

1 week around Padang Bai or Candidasa, for access to the north-east coast.

From the East Coast townships of Padang Bai, Candi Dasa, Amed, and Tulamben, it takes but a few minutes to reach some of Bali’s most spectacular scuba dive sites.

1 week in one of the small villages near Lovina on the north coast, to make it easy for you to explore the north of the island.

1 week in the Ubud area, to explore the cultural heart and the central region of Bali.

Ubud is home to many stylish Bali Private Villas for holiday rental, Ubud however, still attracts painters and writers from all around the world, and successfully stages an annual writers festival. The silver and goldsmiths of mass produce some wonderful jewelry which is exported all over the world, and maybe it’s best not to take your credit card when visiting their showrooms.

There is so much on offer in Ubud so a stay in a Bali Private Villas overlooking beautiful landscapes is a must. You can sign up for silver jewelry making classes, batik making classes, cooking classes – and the list goes on and on. There are also plenty of yoga schools and spiritual retreats. It is not unusual to rent a room in a home-stay, and realize later that the owner is actually a famous artist. For the more energetic, Ubud is a perfect place from which to plan a hike up Mt Agung, Bali’s sacred mountain.

Since I am a diver, here is a little more information about scuba diving in Bali.

Scuba diving in Bali is still something of a secret. Having dived in most of the more “fashionable” dive areas in Indonesia, such as Bunaken, Lembeh, Raja Ampat, Ambon, Banda and Komodo, I can say that Bali is still one of my favourite dive destinations.

In the meantime you should take a look at the pages of The Leading Villas of Bali for the many splendid stylish Villas, Bali Private Rental Villas that have grown in the beauty of their surroundings.

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