Banyan Tree UngasanJalan Melasti, Bali7 night stay from £2325 per personAll 73 spacious villas comprise living and dining areas, marble bathrooms, lush private gardens and an outdoor jet pool. Step directly from your villa into your private infinity pool for a refreshing dip or simply relax under the shade of your Balinese bale.A range of restaurants will cater for every taste; from the best of Pan Asia cuisine at Bambu to Ju-Ma-Na, Ungasan's signature fine dining restaurant or Tamarind Restaurant offering a light menu of delicacies using fresh local ingredients. There are also two bars in which to relax. Children between 4 and 10 years will be well occupied in the Turtle Kid's Club.Prices based on 2 persons sharing a Pool Villa Garden View on a bed and breakfast basis. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability and choice of departure.All flight inclusive holidays are protected by ATOL scheme. Subject to availability.
BaliWhy BalioWaterfalls, Temples and wonderful scenery oCoconut palm lined beaches and landscapesoGenuine people oWonderful Balinese culture oExclusive resorts and spas! -oFlights from:▪Glasgow with Emirates via Dubai▪Edinburgh via Manchester and Abu Dhabi with Etihad
Alila VillasUluwatu, Bali7 night stay from £2555 per personRelax in idyllic surroundings at the Conrad Samui luxury resort. Stay in a luxury villa with a private balcony that overlooks the pristine white beach. Swim in your private 10-metre pool.This luxury property contains four amazing restaurants, a private cellar containing more than 3000 vintages, and a fully equipped gymnasium. Indulge in a personalized holistic treatment at the resort’s two-story luxury Spa. Each Spa treatment room has its own private deck with a beautiful view of the sea.Easily accessible from Bangkok Suvanarbuhmi Airport, Koh Samui is an idyllic tropical island, with soft white beaches, lush jungles, and miles of beautiful azure sea.Prices based on 2 persons sharing a One Bedroom Pool Villa on a bed and breakfast basis. Price includes return scheduled flights from London, all airport taxes and private road transfers. Please contact us for alternative dates, durations and departure airports. Prices shown are for guidance only and are subject to availability.
Travel GuideWeatherWith sunshine throughout the year, Bali has a tropical monsoon climate, with pleasant day temperatures between 20 to 33 degrees Celsius or 68 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainy season starts from October to March, when the West monsoon brings heavy showers and high humidity. June to September is considered the driest season, with low humidity and it can be fairly cold in the evenings, the best time for any outdoor activities.Something unique can be found about the climate in Bali even when it rains most times in the most parts of Bali you can often enjoy sunny days on the “Bukit”, the hill south of Jimbaran. On the other hand, you may expect cloudy skies and drips throughout the year in Ubud and the mountainous areas. Most interestingly perhaps, the international weather reports for “Denpasar” or “Bali” mention showers and rain storms all times of the year. In higher regions such as in Bedugul or Kintamani you’ll expect to wear either a sweater or jacket when evening falls.CurrencyCurrency – RupiahAboutThe island of Bali is the best known of the Indonesian islands and is the perfect solution for those seeking a truly relaxing holiday. It is blessed with shimmering, palm-fringed sandy beaches where there are located luxurious hotels offering exceptional service and mouth-watering cuisine.By contrast, in its interior, the island also offers the terraced rice fields, enchanting Hindu temples and palaces, winding rivers, tropical rainforests and soaring volcanic mountain ranges. Balinese resorts tend to comprise of individual villas, allowing guests to pamper themselves within the walled gardens, enjoy a dip in the private pool, or savour a romantic in-villa dining experience under the stars. Add to this a very warm and genuine welcome from the ever-smiling Balinese people and one can appreciate why this destination is an ever popular choice for those in search of laidback luxury. The beaches at Nusa Dua (Southern peninsula) is perfect for swimming and water sports. Away from the beach there is an 18-hole golf course and the Galleria centre with a variety of restaurants and shops.Jimbaran Beach (West coast) is arguably Bali's most attractive beach and is still relatively undiscovered. The area offers various good seafood restaurants right on the water front and is highly recommended for watching Bali's famous sunsets.The bustling resorts of Kuta Beach & Legian (West coast, South Bali) have merged together in recent years and are the centre of Bali's night life with a great number of restaurants, bars, discos, and shopping areas.Seminyak (West coast, South Bali) is fast becoming the area for trendy bars, restaurants and shops and is ideal for those who wish to be away from the main tourist areas, but still have easy access to the main facilities.Sanur Beach (East coast, South Bali) is a long established resort offering a quiet retreat from the daily hustle and bustle.Inland, Ubud (Central Bali) is the cultural capital of Bali with a high concentration of craft shops, art galleries and museums. The town is quiet after sunset, with the nearby resort of Sayan affording spectacular views over the Ayung River valley.