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    Romantic Things to Do in Bali


    Bali Honeymoon - Romantic Things To Do In Bali. Bali's natural beauty, together with exceptional accommodation and dining venues, make it a perfect place for romance. Idyllic vistas over tropical shores, cool green forests with gentle breezes and memorable views from cliff tops are waiting to be discovered by lovebirds escaping to this island.

    Here are some among the many tours and dining choices available on the island that you should add to your list of romantic experiences. Be it a sunset dinner cruise with the crimson sky gradually revealing twinkling stars or the outbound nature for a truly adventurous yet romantic experience together... let your love kindle on the island.

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  • Romantic Restaurants in Bali

    What better way to spend a soothing sunset evening with your loved one than on a romantic dinner cruise around Bali’s Benoa Harbour? The cruise heads out to sea as the sun goes down and cruisers enjoy cool night breezes on the top deck augmented by live tunes from strolling Batak Singers. Savour a delicious international buffet dinner, then dance the night away at the disco lounge or find a cosy deck corner just for the two of you. Read More...

    Combine a romantic excursion to the south-western tip of Bali with a visit to the Uluwatu Temple, perched precipitously atop a sheer limestone cliff that drops straight into the pounding surf below, and conclude the day with a spectacular sunset overlooking the Indian Ocean and an extensive barbecued seafood dinner on the idyllic Jimbaran Bay. Read More...

    This dining haven at the Viceroy Bali in Ubud has a well-deserved reputation for being one of Bali’s most romantic restaurants. CasCades is set amid luxurious Balinese open pavilions topped with thatched roofs and enjoys views over a lush tropical valley. The menu is based on French cuisine, with inventive Asian twists derived from Balinese, Thai and Japanese culinary clues. Also a highlight for couples at CasCades is its monthly full-moon two-hour dance performances by a local dance troupe over a Balinese rijsttafel or á la carte selections. Read More...

    Internationally renowned Chris Salans and his celebrated Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique in Ubud is where Asian ingredients are prepared in a Western manner, and award-winning international cuisine is served in a pleasant Balinese setting.  An open-air tropical garden dining ambiance with widely spaced tables is ready to take dining couples on a journey of quality tastes. Mozaic has an award-winning wine list to complement chef Salan’s tasting menus. Read More...

    Ku De Ta is best known for its lounge-style large parasol-shaded beachfront-bordering lawn and area that plays host to various private and international scale fashion shows, splurges, as well as community events, and is a perfect venue to enjoy a lively sunset gathering with cocktails. But most of all, it offers an escape for couples through its intimate, candlelit dinners for two at ‘The Pergola’. Check out the chef's impressive array of international selections in which he also incorporates the latest approaches in food preparations, as well as extra special menus laced with secret aphrodisiac ingredients. Read More...

    Romantic Tours in Bali

    The Tirta Gangga Royal Water Palace in Karangasem is a majestic and serene attraction and a perfect backdrop for couples wanting to capture honeymoon memories of their island visit. Tirta Gangga has a variety of budget restaurants and hotels, pampering visitors attracted by treks through lush greenery. Tirta Ayu, located within the palace grounds, offers a combination of international dishes for couples to dine alfresco, with open views to the beautiful water pools and gardens. Evening candlelit diners also get a mesmerising view as lanterns shimmer over the gardens, providing a memorable dining atmosphere.  Read More...

    Culinary tours and cooking classes provide lovers – and lovers of cuisine – the opportunity to explore their passion for exotic tastes and aromas through the process of cooking and various insightful village and market tours that precede the cooking class. Nothing can be more bonding among couples than to enjoy the enlightening excursions to discover the tropical herbs and spices sold at the early morning markets, or the fresh harvests in the organic gardens, and the freshest catches at the fish markets. Most rewarding for couples are the exotic Balinese dishes that both have accomplished together. Read More...

    Enjoy a full day out to experience the charming streets of Ubud with their art markets, exquisite galleries, centuries-old temples, royal palaces and manicured rice paddies. Couples on this tour will discover the essentials of Bali’s culture, art and landscapes. Various stopovers that enable couples to witness different aspects of Bali include the village of Batubulan with its cultural performances, the villages of Celuk and Mas – the centre of Balinese gold and silver industries, and the beautifully terraced rice fields in Tegallalang. A trip to one among the most preserved traditional villages concludes this day out. Read More...

    Would you like to feel like a regal couple yearning for a truly exotic setting... riding together high on top of a colossal pachyderm? Then this experience is for both of you! Saddle cosily together in a teakwood chair for two, and ‘stroll’ along through a cool Balinese forest route for a memorable adventure. Enjoy these peaceful giants as a mahout guides your way through refreshing rural Balinese village scenery. Read More...

    Take on this excursion to discover the best of Bali’s west. The journey begins with a stopover at the 17th century Taman Ayun Temple in the village of Mengwi to admire the imposing architecture of the past which continues to resist the challenges of time. Continue to the holy monkey forest kingdom of Alas Kedaton, where grey long-tailed macaques reign supreme in the tall nutmeg trees. The last destination on the tour is Tanah Lot, one of the holiest temples in Bali and among the most iconic, perched atop a huge rock enclosed by crashing waves. This is the perfect sunset backdrop to a romantic day out. Read More...

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