Bali has some of the most remarkable beaches in the world, each having its own appeal and specialty. While all of them are no doubt beautiful, some may cater to party crowds and others are perfect for families. For surfers looking to catch some thrilling waves, Kuta and Uluwatu are great options. Kuta is also a party beach that promises to be lively and exciting. If you’re a couple on your honeymoon, you can consider Nusa Dua, where Club Med Bali is located, and Sanur Beach.
Bali has ample natural attractions in the form of majestic mountains, blue waters, and flourishing greenery. Some of the most famous natural attractions on the island are the various rice terraces such as at Tegalalang and Jatiluwih. You can also visit Mount Batur or Mount Agung, two of Bali’s majestic volcanoes that are popular for early morning hikers. Other natural beauties that you should not miss include Nusa Penida and the Ubud Monkey Forest.
Bali is an island with rich culture and traditions. In fact, they still practice and celebrate many ceremonies and religious festivals throughout the year. You can experience the local culture by watching a Kecak Dance performance at the Uluwatu temple, the huge parade before the silent day of Nyepi, and even in their architecture. Be sure to visit the various temples on the island such as Tanah Lot and Tirta Empul Temple.
There is no shortage of adventure on the island. From surfing to hiking up a volcano, you can surely find something to satisfy the thrill-seeker in you. Besides going whitewater rafting at the Ayung River or snorkeling off the coast of Nusa Dua, you can even visit Waterbom Park; a thrilling water park suitable for the whole family.
Bali’s local cuisine is unlike any you’ve tasted before. Being a fertile island, the locals have developed their cuisine over the centuries to make the most of the ingredients they have. Besides local dishes like Babi Guling, Bebek Betutu, and Balinese spring rolls, you can also find various international dishes here.
At Club Med Bali, you can enjoy a range of local and organic dishes at our roving Makan on Wheels food truck. This food truck goes around the resort and brings classic Balinese favorites such as satay, salads, and desserts to you. The Makan on Wheels truck is decked out in vibrant colors and local art, so you’ll definitely notice it!
Local art is also a major attraction in the Balinese tourism scene. You can find traditional Balinese art all around the island including painting, jewelry making, rattan weaving, dancing, traditional musical instruments, and more. Some of the famous art markets where you can find goods made by local craftspeople are the Ubud and Sukawati Art Markets.
If you’re interested to try your hand at Balinese art, we can take you to the newly constructed Arts and Crafts studio where you can learn traditional art forms from local Balinese artists. You’ll also be giving back to local Balinese associations which help preserve the local culture.
From affordable hostels catering to young travelers to luxurious resorts with breathtaking views, there’s suitable accommodation in Bali for every visitor. You’ll find that the hotels on the island are affordable across all ranges. If you’re looking for a value-for-money resort, check out the Club Med Bali all-inclusive resort on Nusa Dua which provides premium accommodation with all the facilities and amenities you need at attractive prices.
Bali is well known for its friendly people. Whether it’s your tour guide, local store operator, or people on the street, you’ll surely feel welcome here. Locals often have no problem engaging in conversation with tourists, so you’ll definitely find a new friend or two when you’re on the island.