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Bali’s attractions draw a range of people, from backpackers and expats, to families and honeymooners. This once sleepy tropical island has become world famous for its gorgeous beaches, rolling mountains and unique cultural, spiritual and artistic flair.
Bali can be very cheap or moderately expensive, depending on your needs. Stay in a resort or hotel and book a tour, hire a private guide, jump in a taxi or bus, or rent a bicycle, motorbike or car to get around.
The island’s most famous beaches are in North Kuta, just a short drive north from the international airport at Denpasar, Bali’s capital city. Kuta Beach and Legian Beach are a surfer’s paradise. In the villages of Kuta and Legian, markets, bars, water parks and food outlets keep the crowds entertained. Head to Sanur Beach, on the east coast, to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere that makes this part of the island popular with families.
Spend a few days inland, among the rice paddies and forests of Tegallalang Village or Ubud to see a more cultural side of Bali. Ubud is Bali’s artistic capital, so take your pick from the Puri Lukisan Museum, Neka Art Museum, Antonio Blanco Museum and the Arma Museum. Take a yoga class, bike along rice paddies or see the macaques on the temples’ roofs in Ubud Monkey Forest. Don’t miss the mysterious Elephant Cave, and take a dip in the ninth-century Tirta Empul baths.
South of Ubud, meet the animals at the Bali Zoo and Bali Bird Park. North of Ubud, in central Bali, is the Gunung Kawi Temple, carved into the mountain.
In South Kuta is idyllic Jimbaran Beach. Head here to enjoy a seafood banquet with your toes in the sand. On the east coast of South Kuta is Nusa Dua with Mengiat Beach and the Pasifika Museum. On the southwest coast, the Uluwatu Temple sits atop rugged cliffs, one of the best places on the island to watch the famous Bali sunset.
All staff are so friendly and helpful. The hotel has many beautiful swimming pools and plenty of lovely restaurants to choose from. I will definitely be staying here again when I return to Bali.
Spotless, great staff. Safe in room didn’t work. Staff offered to move us to another room, but we declined. Allowed early check in. Great!
Everything was excellent. The drinks and food are pricey but that's to be expected at a resort of this caliber. For example, a can of Coke at a convenience store is $6500 rupiah but $65,000 at Ayana. The markup is steep.
The hotel itself was great. The staff were great and friendly, always helpful. The only downside was we weren’t advised at any point of booking that there were going to be major renovations at the time of our stay. The fencing around the new pool being built completely covers the views of the beach ...
I'm a smoker but actually liked the fact you could only smoke in certain areas. Overall just the layout, feel, friendly staff and really impressive food was top notch
Stayed for 10 nights, was great.. what you see is what you get staff are lovely hotel bed is comfortable I would go back in a heart beat