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Bali Holidays

Top hotels in Bali

The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana
The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana
5 out of 5
Br. Bresela, Payangan, Payangan, Bali
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is SG$191 per night from 7 Mar to 8 Mar
Excludes taxes & fees
4.9/5Exceptional! (99 reviews)

"Beautiful property with delicious food and drink. We were lucky to be upgraded to a larger villa and the views were spectacular & serene. Very friendly hospitality and service you couldn’t fault."…"

Reviewed on 13 Jun,2020

The Kayon Jungle Resort by Pramana
W Bali - Seminyak
W Bali - Seminyak
5 out of 5
Jl. Petitenget, Kerobokan, Seminyak, Bali
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is SG$248 per night from 26 Mar to 27 Mar
Excludes taxes & fees
4.7/5Exceptional! (996 reviews)

"Very nice hotel right on the beach. Ocean view rooms are real ocean view as you are right at the beach. The waves do get a little noisy at times."…"

Reviewed on 3 Jan,2021

W Bali - Seminyak
The Stones - Legian, Bali - Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel
The Stones - Legian, Bali - Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel
5 out of 5
Jl. Raya Pantai Kuta, Banjar Legian Kelod, Kuta, Bali
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is SG$56 per night from 6 Mar to 7 Mar
Excludes taxes & fees
4.5/5Wonderful! (997 reviews)

"The Stones is in a great spot - close enough to walk everywhere. The pool is amazing but I did notice some of the pool lounges need to be replaced - some have been but not all. The spa pool was awful - stunk of dead water. The grounds were clean and gardens neat. I found the pool bar staff on day ..."…"

Reviewed on 28 Mar,2020

The Stones - Legian, Bali - Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel
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Top things to do in Bali

Bali

Gaze at rice terraces and mountains, explore ancient Hindu temples, meet exotic animals, or simply laze on pristine beaches. Bali is a country with all-round appeal. Whether you're a young family, lone backpacker, newlyweds, or retired, the sumptuous beauty of this country will lure you in. Prices can suit all pockets too. Famous for its nightlife and beaches, Bali is also a country rich in heritage and diverse wildlife. Explore all assets of this Indonesian island, or focus on one or two.

It's fair to say that many of Bali's first tourists flocked here for the beaches. With warm, untainted waters and immaculate sands to match, beach life remains big here. You'll find ample action on the likes of North Kuta Beach, which has been welcoming surfers and sunbathers since the 1970s. For a more peaceful coastal experience, try nearby Sanur Beach, which offers a markedly more laid back approach. Expert surfers will want to head straight to Uluwatu Beach. This humble sandy cove is home to some of Bali's mightiest waves. Looming above the beach is another example of why Bali is so popular among tourists; Uluwatu Temple. Revel in the history of this religious building that dates back beyond the 11th century, and watch the sun set over the Java Sea.

Bali's temples are a significant attraction. Bathe in koi carp-infested waters at the Gunung Kawi Temple, before retreating to one of its ancient meditation rooms hewn into the rock. The Ulun Danu Temple resides in one of Bali's most spectacular settings. Take a boat out onto Lake Bratan, and witness its misty mountain backdrop.

It's impossible to travel far in Bali without encountering beguiling scenes of nature. Hike around the verdant rice terraces of Tegallalang Village, deemed the prettiest in the country. Cool off in the idyllic waters underneath Gitgit Waterfall. Make exotic feathered friends at the Bali Bird Park, home to the world's largest collection of Indonesian birds. Feed deer, camels and tigers at Bali Zoo. Hitch an elephant-back ride through the jungle at the Bali Elephant Safari Park Lodge. Find more unique accommodation at Saranam Eco-Resort, where you can sleep in a traditional Balinese lodge, way up in the mountains.

Getting around Bali is easy enough if you drive. Car and scooter rentals allow you maximum freedom. Taxis are generally affordable, although less so when heading to and from overly touristy destinations. Temperatures remain pleasantly warm throughout the year. To avoid a saturation of rain, visit between April and October.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Bali holiday package cost?
Starting from only , a holiday package is your passport to cheap travel. Create your own Bali trip by picking from our great range of airfares, hotels and rental cars.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Bali holiday package?
Plans can change without warning, so yes. You may be able to cancel or change your Bali holiday package at no cost if you’ve booked in the last 24 hours. For bookings older than that, you can still cancel and rebook, but your airline, hotel or car rental company may charge additional fees. Want more information? Check out our Customer Service Portal. We’ll help make sure your getaway goes off without a hitch.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Bali?
Combining your hotel and flight with Expedia won’t just save precious time — it’ll save you dollars too. As much as 80%, as a matter of fact! A Bali holiday package makes it a breeze to create your perfect trip. With more than 400 airlines all over the world to choose from, finding flights that suit your busy schedule won’t be difficult. In addition to that, we’ve got over 321,000 properties globally to take your pick of. Now that’s choice! Whatever your budget, Expedia will help show you the world.
When is the best time of year to visit Bali?
That depends on what’s important to you. If you’re hoping to pick up the best deal, travel in November. Hotels and airfares are generally more reasonably priced at this time of the year than in July. If you’re eager to experience the excitement of Bali during peak season, plan your adventure for July, June, August. December , October, November is usually a quieter time of year.
How far in advance should I book my Bali holiday?
It’s always wise to book early. Air carriers typically advertise flight tickets up to a year ahead of departure, and this is an ideal opportunity to pick up some of the lowest prices. Just been told you should take all your holiday days in a few weeks? No sweat. Expedia are never short of fantastic deals to whisk you away on the getaway of your dreams, at a price you can afford.
What does an Expedia Bali travel package include?
Travel packages include flights, hotels and rental cars, but you can combine any of them to create your dream Bali getaway. You can also add on some activities and tours once you’ve made your booking. You’re the boss! When you bundle your bookings with Expedia, you’ll score deals you won’t find elsewhere.
What should I know before booking a Bali travel package?
You’ll score big savings when you bundle your flights, hotels and rental cars into a package. Plus, booking everything together makes trip planning easier. So why waste time or money? Whether you’re organising a ritzy romantic getaway or a budget family adventure, take a look at our holiday packages today.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Bali holiday packages?
Having teamed up with online lender Affirm, Expedia provides financial freedom with a Book Now, Pay Later option for activities and hotel packages. Get the money side of things out of the way with an upfront payment or spread the price of your getaway over a number of installments. It’s up to you.
Can I choose my airline with a Bali Expedia holiday package?
Yes, so take your pick! We offer more than 550 partner airlines worldwide, so you can design your Bali adventure according to your budget and travel needs.