Born of a Volcano – Bali

Blue waters, lush greenery and picture-perfect scenic beauty, that’s Bali for you. The Land of the Gods is rich in natural diversity and has one of the most thriving coral growths in the seas around. The breathtaking Indonesian island attracts tourists not just for its natural appeal, but also because of its cultural heritage and delicious cuisine.

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Bali

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(Rated 9.6, 314 reviews)
One of our top picks in Ubud – and a guest favourite. Set in Ubud, 3.1 miles from Elephant Cave, Ubud Valley Boutique Resort has a number of ameniti ...

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(Rated 9.6, 52 reviews)
Welcoming guests with greenery and tranquility, The Samaya Ubud is a 15-minute drive from central Ubud. Guests will enjoy staying in luxurious villas ...

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(Rated 9.6, 450 reviews)
One of our top picks in Ubud – and a guest favourite. Purana Boutique Resort offers accommodation in Ubud. Ubud Monkey Forest is 1.4 miles from the ...

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(Rated 9.5, 252 reviews)
Located along Monkey Forest Road in Bali’s Ubud Area, Komaneka at Monkey Forest features Balinese-styled rooms with a private terrace offering views ...

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(Rated 9.5, 82 reviews)
Offering serviced private villas with private pools and living areas, The One Boutique Villa is just 3 minutes’ drive from Petitenget Beach. It feat ...

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(Rated 9.5, 162 reviews)
One of our top picks in Tanah Lot.Set in Tanah Lot and with Tanah Lot Temple reachable within 5 km, Luxury Boutique Hotel Bali offers express check-in ...

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(Rated 9.4, 80 reviews)
One of our top picks in Pemuteran.Located in Pemuteran and with Pulaki Temple reachable within 1.7 miles, Sun Suko Boutique Retreat has express check- ...

Terraces of paddy fields, temples and palm trees add to the exquisite charm of Bali. Choose from boutique hotels in Bali to stay for a few days and learn about the land and its culture. Breathe in the fresh air, take in the sights of the mountains in the distant and swim in the clear blue sea when you visit the enchanting land of Bali.

Getting to Bali

There are no direct flights to Bali but almost all international airlines have connecting flights via Jakarta.
  • Emirates, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific, Thai Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Air France, Korean Air, and more have flights from major cities in Europe to Bali via connecting flights.
  • Garuda Indonesia has direct frights from India to Bali, while all the airlines mentioned above as well as Hong Kong Airlines, AirAsia and ANA have flights from major cities around Asia.
  • Delta, Alaska, Korean Air, Singapore Airlines, China Southern, Cathay Pacific and many others have connecting flights from US cities to Bali.
  • Indonesia AirAsia, Jetstar, Batik Air, and Garuda Indonesia all have direct flights from Perth to Bali. Other Australian cities have connecting flights.

Getting around Bali

When you get to Bali, before you immerse yourself in the sights and sounds, first check into your Bali boutique hotel. Once there you have several ways of getting around the island. In Bali you can rent a bike, scooter or motorbike to get yourself from one place to another. You also have the option of hiring a taxi if you’re in South Bali. There are companies from where you can rent a car to drive yourself around, but Bali traffic is another contender in that mix. The bemo or mini bus public transport is also a great way to get around the place.

Unmissable attractions

Bali itself is an attraction that must not be missed but here are a few must-see attractions you should have on your list:
  • Uluwatu Temple where you can watch a performance of the Kecak Dance
  • Mount Batur
  • Ubud Monkey Forest
  • Kuta Beach
If you are visiting and want a great place to stay, check out our boutique hotels in Bali. We offer great deals and you are sure to find something to suit your preferences and for more info about Bali, check out the travel guide below!