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Bali is a land of lovely flowers, majestic mountains, fringing coral reefs, undulating rice fields, beaches of white sand in the south, and beaches of black sand in the north. It is dotted with dive sites from one end to the other, with drift diving sites in Nusa Penida on its southern side to a range of reefs on its north-western side. Facilities for scuba diving, surfing, and an array of water sports attract tourists to Bali from all over the world.

Location of Bali

The island of Bali is part of the island country of Indonesia with the islands Lombok and Java on its eastern and western sides respectively. The Bali Strait separates Java and Bali. Bali is situated at the western end of Lesser Sunda Islands and is part of its northern archipelago. It is a volcanic island and is very fertile.

Why Do Divers Choose Bali?

Bali is a divers’ paradise and the most popular among Indonesia’s tourist destinations. Many things have contributed to Bali’s popularity among tourists.

  1. Bali has a wide range of dive sites that cater to the needs of all types of divers. Dive sites like Buyuk in Nusa Penida, Blue Lagoon in Padang Bai, Coral Gardens in Tulamben etc. are easy spots suitable for beginners, while Gili Selang in Amed, Ped in Nusa Penida etc. are challenging spots suitable for advanced divers.
  2. There are all types of dive sites for wreck, wall, drift, muck, cave, deep, and bay diving that will expose you to a boundless variety of sea creatures.
  3. People of Bali are artistic and entertaining by nature, and make good hosts.
  4. Many Balinese are bilingual or trilingual (Indonesian, Balinese, and English), and everyone connected with the tourism industry have a working knowledge of English. There are tourist guides who speak Russian, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese etc. and restaurant menus are in English. As such, language is never a problem in Bali for tourists.
  5. Reaching Bali is easy since it is directly connected to cities like Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, Melbourne, etc. and is well connected to other cities in Indonesia.
  6. With year-round temperature at an average of 30°C, Bali is never cold or extremely hot.
  7. Accommodation is aplenty in Bali.

What You Can Do in Bali

Bali’s dive sites are awesome. You can dive with sharks, swim with mantas, explore wrecks, and photograph dogtooth tunas.  However, Bali is much more than just diving. It has many natural, cultural, spiritual, and historical articles of interest for tourists. Given below is a list of some of them.

  • Tanah Lot temple in Bali sits on a big rock surrounded by the sea. There are many smaller shrines on the shore near it, and also a park that hosts dance programs.
  • Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali, the 5-star resort near the temple, has an 18-hole golf course.
  • Another temple, Uluwatu, in Bukit Peninsula, is perched upon a cliff. There is a monkey forest nearby, and an amphitheatre where fire dances take place.
  • The brilliant green terraced rice fields of Ubud are a sight to behold, and so is Ubud’s art market from where you can buy souvenirs. There is a monkey forest in Ubud too.
  • The active volcano Mount Batur with its concentric volcanic craters is a major tourist attraction. Early morning treks to the top of Mount Batur are immensely popular.
  • The animal-themed Bali Safari & Marine Park, animal talent shows, Elephant Safari Park where you can ride on elephants, and Elephant Cave through which you have to descend, are some of the other attractions.
  • ‘Bali Seawalker’, an arrangement to see underwater marine life without diving, Turtle Conservation and Education Centre, Le Mayeur Museum, Blanjong Inscription, and open-air Griya Santrian Gallery are Sanur’s prime attractions.
  • The Liberty Wreck and massage parlours are Talamben’s claim to fame, while West Bali National Park and Dolphin Watching boat trips are Pemutaran’s.
  • There are many temples in Padang Bai and one at a height of 25 m above sea level. Here you can also see original Balinese villages like Tenganan and the remains of Klungkung Royal Palace.
  • Banah Cliffs, traditional weaving centres, snorkelling spots, and the temple Goa Karangsari, the entrance of which is so small that you have to crawl through it, are in Nusa Penida.
  • Bali’s nightlife is designed for a wide cross section of the tourists. There are beach clubs, sunset cruises, theatre shows, rooftop bars, and grand night clubs with live DJs, bands, cabarets, and karaoke rooms. Sanur, Denpasar, and Kuta have very active night markets with a variety of dining options.

Scuba Diving in Bali

One of the most beautiful islands in the world and Indonesia’s most popular diving holiday destination, the island of Bali, never fails to attract the visit from many tourists all around the globe. Finding the attraction of good shore-based diving set against a stunning back drop of huge, magnificent volcanoes and picturesque rice paddy terraces while diving in Bali is simply irresistible. There are quite a lot of diving sites in Bali. Below are some of the dive sites available there.

Nusa Dua

Take a boat and travel about 10 minutes from Tanjung Benoa or Nusa Dua, and you will be rewarded by colorful coral fish, gigantic table coral and soft corals growing on the mile long barrier reef. Nusa Dua is a diving site that is ideal for both beginner and experienced divers.

Tanjung Benoa

Tanjung Benoa is a very popular water games area for tourists. This area is still in the tourist area of Nusa Dua. From the direction of Kuta, it can be reached by only 20-30 minutes driving. While can only submerge until the maximum depth of 6 meters, divers can see the beautiful coral reefs while feeding the fish under the sea.


Take a dive onto the incredible US Liberty Wreck and witness the fantastic array of corals and marine life that have made the 120 m structure their home in the water of Tulamben. With numerous Boat Dives, Shore Dives, and an array of macro life that is very hard to compare to anywhere in the region along with fantastic night dives, Tulamben has something for divers of all levels and interests.


The dive site of Sanur lies approximately 300 m off shore from the famous Sanur beach that you could visit by taking a short ride with jukung or small boat. Three named dive sites that exist at the reef in front of Sanur, which are “Channel Point”, “Penjor Reef” and “Jeladi Wilis” offer a bit different bottom composition. Although there is a lot of marine life to see, sometimes the underwater visibility can be a challenge and the current depends on the tides. This site is ideal for beginner and experienced divers who seek adventure not too far from civilization.


Amed is a small village in the northeast coastal region of Bali, with dry volcanic rock ridges along its coastline. It is about 10 km south of Tulamben Bay, at Culik regency. This place offers four different diving sites, which are Uyah Reef and Cemeluk Reef in Cemeluk Bay, Bunutan Reef and Lipah Reef in the farther east.

Nusa Lembongan

This area is popular for the Manta Point, the Mola-mola interaction, and the live boat drift dive experiences, for which the region is now world renowned. There are a total of 15 dive sites here that offer a terrific variety of diving for all levels of participants, and some sites that are suitable only for experienced divers. Early morning departures to Manta Point and carefully timed drops on the Mola-mola cleaning stations are seasonal highlights.

There are other recommended dive sites in Bali as well such as Candidasa, Kuta, Nusa Penida, Menjangan, Amuk Bay, Gili Selang, Padang Bay, Secret Bay, Puri Jati, Kubu, and Gili Tepekong.

Best Time to Visit Bali

Bali has a wet season and a dry season, and the dry one, from April to September, is the right time for visiting. During the dry season, the days are bright and sunny, weather is not humid, and showers, if at all, are infrequent. The rainy season from October to March is marked by short bursts of rain, but the days remain sunny most of the time. Torrential rains are rare in Bali so that you can visit during the wet season as well.

The peak season is from June to September, which is the holiday season in most western countries. Beaches are crowded during Christmas and Ramadan holidays as well.

Best Dive Season

You can dive in Bali throughout the year. However, September to November is the best season for diving, while April to June too is okay. December is reasonably good, but January to March is less suitable. For those keen on swimming with the sunfish (Mola Mola), August and September are the best because it is then that they are seen in Padang Bai and Lembongan. In Nusa Penida the diving season is from April till November and the peak season is from June till October.

Where to Stay in Bali

Bali has a range of accommodation to suit everyone’s pockets. Most of these accommodations are attached to dive centres. Given below are the details of some of these dive centres.

Crystal Divers 

Crystal Divers is a PADI 5-star dive resort in Sanur, situated at a distance of half-an-hour drive from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport near Denpasar. It has its own 18-room hotel with restaurant, swimming pool, and sun-beds. The resort has received ‘Go Green’ accreditation in recognition of their work for marine life conservation. The dive centre offers beginners’ courses, advanced courses, and PADI instructor courses. The dive safety record of Crystal Divers has been 100% for the 20 years they have been in business.

Atlantis International

This 5-star PADI certified IDC (Instructor Development Centre) has been functioning since 1996. It offers many diving courses like Dive Master, Rescue Diver, Advanced Open Water, and Open Water, besides guiding tourists in underwater photography, navigation, wreck diving, deep diving, night diving, naturalist dive, and Nitrox. Atlantis has very experienced diving instructors who can speak French, German, and English besides Indonesian languages. It is French-owned and is listed in the French Federation of Underwater Studies and Sports. Atlantis also organizes land safaris, and picks up and drops off divers at their respective hotels.

Liberty Dive Resort

Liberty Dive Resort, situated in Tulamben, is near the popular wreck diving site of wrecked USAT Liberty, a cargo ship of the US Army torpedoed during the Second World War. The resort has 32 air-conditioned rooms, categorized into Standard rooms, Deluxe rooms, Family rooms, Standard Garden cottages, Deluxe Garden cottages, Family Garden cottages, Luxury Garden cottages, and Deluxe Family villa. There are swimming pools, open-air restaurant, tea/coffee-making facilities in rooms, a front desk that operates round-the-clock, and a dive shop well-stocked with diving equipment. Nitrox is offered free for those trained to use it.

Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort (3 star)

Tulamben Wreck Divers Resort is situated at a distance of 21⁄2 hours’ drive from Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport. The resort has parking facility, two outdoor pools, garden, sun terrace, and a restaurant. The double-occupancy rooms are categorized into Standard Double room, Superior Double room, and Beach Front villa, and have AC, minibar, TV, Wi-Fi, room service, and in-room massage provision. Besides diving, hiking and snorkelling trips are organized at visitors’ request.

Reef Seen Divers’ Resort

Reef Seen Divers’ Resort combines in it an excellent dive centre and an equally good accommodation. It is situated in Pemuteran on its beach, at a distance of just 50 metres from the edge of the water. Reef Seen Divers is deeply involved in protecting the environment and preserving local culture. It has a Turtle Project for saving sea turtles, a Reef Gardeners Project for protecting coral reefs, and a Reef Seen Dancing School for preserving Balinese dances.

Kokak Dive Centre

Situated in the centre of Pemuteran, Kokak is a PADI-certified dive centre with highly experienced PADI instructors. The dive sites of Pemuteran, suitable for beginners as well as pros, are within walking distance of the resort. The sites are excellent for snorkelling as well. The staff are genial and well-organized so that at short notice they are able to arrange sightseeing tours, snorkelling sessions, or diving trips to Menjangan Island.

OK Divers Resort & Spa (3 star)

OK Divers Resort in Padang Bai has facilities for the disabled, extra bed for children, kids’ pool, poolside bar, safety lockers, luggage storage, souvenir shop, restaurant, BBQ facilities, massage parlour, provision for diving and snorkelling, and a very genial staff who can speak Czech, French, English, and Indonesian. It has three-occupancy Family room, and two-occupancy Deluxe Queen room, Superior Twin Pool View room, and Superior Queen Pool View room. Breakfast is included in the price of the rooms.

Padang Bai Beach Resort (3star)

This resort is situated at a distance of one-hour-drive from Bali’s International Airport and 15-minutes-drive from Candidasa. It has an on-site 5-star PADI dive centre offering an array of diving courses. Other facilities include a library, Balinese massage, restaurant, and bar. The rooms have private terrace, minibar, safety locker, satellite TV, and some rooms have outdoor shower areas. The rooms are well-furnished with Balinese furniture.

Penida Dive Resort

Penida Dive Resort in Nusa Penida offers dive packages ranging from one to five days. The resort, set in a tropical garden, consists of 11 double-occupancy bungalows, some of which are air-conditioned and some fan-cooled. Breakfast is included in the price of the rooms and the centrally located restaurant serves both Indonesian and Czech dishes. The resort is adjacent to a turtle rescue project called Kura Kura where visitors can volunteer their services, and there is a volleyball court nearby for those who enjoy the game.

Two Fish Divers’ Dive Resort

Two Fish Divers in Nusa Lembongan, near the village Jungutbatu, is very near the point from where dive safaris start. The resort is a collection of ten villas, set around a swimming pool, and it has a poolside café, well-equipped dive shop, and a restaurant. In addition there are many restaurants adjacent to the resort. Coffee, tea, and bottled drinking water are available at the resort round-the-clock without any extra charge.

The Menjangan Resort (4 star)

The Menjangan Resort in Pemuteran is a large resort spread out over 382 hectares in the Bali Barat National Park. It has 3 types of accommodation, namely Monsoon Lodge, Beach Villa, and The Residence. Monsoon Lodge has deluxe rooms and suites, while Beach Villa consists of joglo-style villas.  The Residence is an estate of 1000 sq m, with two elegantly-furnished double bedrooms, a twin bedroom, and a large deck. Visitors can indulge in many activities like bird-watching, biking, trekking, horse riding, kayaking, and snorkelling. Blue Season Bali, the award-winning 5-star PADI dive centre, is in charge of the diving operations at the resort.

Mimpi Resort Menjangan (4 star)

Overlooking Java Strait and West Bali National Park, Mimpi Resort is situated at a 3-hour-drive distance from Bali’s International Airport. It has a thermal spring, swimming pool, floating restaurant, yoga centre, spa, and diving centre. The rooms have marble floor and thatched roof. Its Courtyard Villa, Courtyard Villa Pool, Grand Courtyard Villa Pool, and Patio Room are a byword for elegance. The resort has many amenities like valet parking, library, doctor on call, fax machine, boutique, conference facility, massage parlour, health spa, indoor pool, and many more.

Alam Asmara Dive Resort

Alam Asmara Resort in Candidasa is a collection of 12 bungalows, the entry to which is a pretty path over a fishpond. It has an open-air restaurant, swimming pool, a health spa where you can get Javanese or Balinese spa services, and a well-stocked dive shop.  The dive centre offers personalized and standard diving courses. The resort has special packages for honeymooners, runs cooking classes, and organizes trips for fishing, sailing, tracking, rafting, and island hopping.

Rama Candidasa Dive & Spa Resort

This dive resort in Candidasa is a wellness retreat as well, and is fringed on different sides with hills, rice fields, and the sea. It offers many discounts and packages like wedding package, honeymoon package, diving package, and meeting package. There are a total of 80 rooms, outdoor swimming pool, children’s pool, a serene zen garden, garden gazebo, library, terraced sundecks, oceanfront daybeds, wellness spa, yoga centre, conference facilities, and business centre. The resort organizes diving trips to places like Padang Bai, Tulamben, Amed, Candidasa, Manta Point, and Crystal Bay.

How to Reach Bali

By Air

Bali is well-connected to many countries by air. There are direct flights to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport, known as Denpasar International Airport (airport code DPS), from most Asian and European countries, America, and Australia. Flight time from Singapore to Bali is 2.5 hours and from Perth in Australia it is 3 hours. From Hong Kong it is 4.5 hours and from Sydney about 5.5 hours. There are domestic flights to Denpasar International Airport from all important cities in Indonesia. Flight time from Jakarta to Bali is about 1.5 hours.

By Road

From Jakarta and Java, you can either take a bus or rent a car and drive yourself to Bali. It is possible to travel by train up to Banyuwangi where railway track ends. From there, there are ferry services to Bali.

By Boat

There are regular ferry services to Bali from Lombok, Java, Sumatra etc. You can also travel to Bali from Singapore by ferry, by travelling first to Batam, from Batam to Jakarta, from Jakarta to Surabaya, and from there by bus to Bali.

Getting Around in Bali

There are many shuttle bus services between the important tourist destinations in Bali. Taxis are also available aplenty. Another option is hiring a bemo, which is a minivan that operates like a shared taxi. However, bemos are not available everywhere. Many hotels and resorts offer package tours for sightseeing, and this is one of the easy ways to go around Bali since it is a pretty big island.

If you want to explore most of Bali, the best thing to do is hire a car and drive yourself, or hire a car and a driver. It will take about one and a half hours if you drive direct from Sanur to Candidasa. From Candidasa you can drive to Amed and from there to Lovina, and then to Pemuteran, and so on.

Things to Remember While Travelling in Bali


In Bali’s tropical climate, it is best to wear loose, light clothes that covers up to ankles and wrists. That will reduce the risk of sunburn and mosquito bite. While diving also, it is safer to wear a long-sleeved dress as protection against lice, jellyfish etc.

Health Precautions

Your medicine chest must ideally contain a first aid kit and basic medicines for fever, headache, diarrhoea etc. If you are travelling in the rainy season of November till April, you must carry an umbrella. Even if you are wearing long-sleeved dresses, it is safer to use sun block while under the hot sun and to use mosquito repellent in areas where mosquitoes are aplenty.


For driving within Bali, you must have an International Driving Permit (IDP) besides the driving license issued by your country. The permit can be procured from a motoring club of the tourist’s home country. For driving a motorbike, you must have motorcycle endorsement on the IDP.

It is important to honk the horn clearly while turning at curves or driving on mountain roads.

Balinese Culture

As in most Asian countries, in Bali only right hand is used for eating, shaking hands, giving something, and receiving something. Footwear has to be removed before stepping into a temple or any place considered sacred. Photographing things inside a place of worship requires prior permission. Visitors to the country should follow these etiquettes correctly.

Once in a year Bali observes a day of silence (Nyepi Day) when people remain silent and refrain from all activities including checking out of a hotel. Nyepi Day of 2017 is March 28, and that of 2018 is March 17.

Passport and Visa Requirements

While entering the country, your passport should be valid for at least 6 months from the date of entry and it must have at least one blank page. People from places like Brunei, Hong Kong, Ecuador, Chile, Malaysia, Morocco, Peru, Macau, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand do not require a visa for staying in Indonesia up to 30 days.  In many other cases, no visa is required other than getting the passport stamped on entry. However, if you want to live in a private residence in Bali or remain in the country for more than 90 days, you have to get registered with the immigration department.

You must have a ticket for an onward journey or return journey, and show proof to the authorities that you have enough money to support yourself while staying in Bali.

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Weny July 11, 2017

Saya akan melakukan reservasi di Amore Villa Bali di Awal bulan Agustus,
bisa dibantu info untuk pick up Airport dari Amore Villa akan dikenakan biaya berapa ya?

Please advise.



Bill July 15, 2017

Good day! we would be needing accommodation for 6 of our Gay clients is there availabity for the mention dates and do you accept credit card payment and what is the deposit percentage?

Best Regards



Nicole July 16, 2017

Hi, could you please send me some information about Canggu villas. We are looking for a 4 bed villa between 23rd Sept to 4th Oct. It will be for 2 adults and 3 children. We will require a pool fence and no open water within the villa.


Natali July 25, 2017

Do you have any rooms/villas in Canggu available for 3 nights from 13th August til 16th August?
2 persons.


Nano July 27, 2017

I as yearly listing in Kibarer Property in Petitenget.
Just would like to know is there any villas available for yearly rental?
Looking forward to hear about it, Thank you.

Your sincerely



Chelsi August 09, 2017

Dear Madam/Sir,
Representative of The Chedi Club Tanah Gajah, Ubud, Bali

With respect,

Hello, I am Chelsi, the senior student at UPH Lippo Karawaci, Indonesia. On this semester, I am doing my thesis “The Effect of Organizational Culture on Organizational Performance” in the Indonesian hospitality industry. I’d like to distribute my questionnaire through email to staff-managers who work at there. If your corporation requires the requisition letter from my university, UPH, I can send it to the hotel representative. Thank you for your attention and I am waiting for your reply whether you are willing to help me as soon as possible.

Best regards,



Sonja August 24, 2017

Hello, I’m interested in the 4 bedroom villa (the villa away from main road) from 13-23 July 2018. What is the rate please?


Gina August 25, 2017

Can you please quote me on 3 or 4 Bedroom villa for 6 Adults & 2 children. Checkin 15th November & checkout 22nd November 2017.

Does the villa come with free membership passes to use for access to Finns Recreation Club for all guests of the Villa?

Is breakfast included?



Tuning September 07, 2017

Masih bisa utk tgl 23 – 26 des 2017?


Yana September 11, 2017


Would you like to rent the villa for 1 year starting 1 jan 2018?


jannos September 17, 2017

hello there
we are looking to book a villa from the 13/11 to 13/12
is your villa available?
what is the best offer you can give us?


Jens October 15, 2017

Dear Madam/Sir,

We are planning a blogger trip to Bali between October 24th and November 8th, 2017. The goal of our stay is to write articles about Bali: how to discover the region’s beach/cultural/gastronomical highlights. Besides the local cuisine and drinks, we will cover the following topics during our stay: hotels, beach, sport, adventure, gastronomy, wine, spa-tourism and eco-tourism. You will be able to follow our trip on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and InstaStories.

We did a similar report on Santorini, Bangkok, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and plenty of other regions around the world.

We are wondering if there is a room available in your hotel between 28/10 and 31/10? We would love to promote the hotel in our network with reviews (articles) and live activation on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Instagram Stories. Qatar Airways, Canon and American Tourister are already collaborating with us on this trip. After looking at the pictures on your website, we would be very enthusiastic to work with your hotel as well!

We have about:
– 20.000 fans on Instagram
– 8000 followers on Twitter
– 15.000 visits per month on the blog

In 2017 we have reached almost 400.000 people with our different social media channels and the blog.

Our followers are mainly interested in:
– Premium brands
– Travel news
– Luxury Travel

Attached you will find our media kit. Don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information or questions. I’m looking forward to your positive response!

Kind regards,



Abdul October 20, 2017

Hi,If I book the 4 bedroom villa and have 9 guest,how much do I have to pay for the extra 1 guest ?


Jenny October 22, 2017

Just wondering price for 1 or 2 bedroom villa for 2 adults and our 4 year old son for 21st September to 27th September 2018.



chloe November 10, 2017

Dear Sir/ Dear Madam,

I was wondering if you would have any knowledge to share about the endengered sea shells of Indonesia which deserve attention to avoid trade, etc.

Kind regards


Allison November 15, 2017

I would like to purchase a jacket but cannot seem to find any.


amy November 15, 2017


Is the entire villa available to rent march 12- 14? It looks like there are 2 villas. If so, please let me know the bed configuration, so I can see if it will work for our small group of 15.
terima kasih,


April January 04, 2018

hi there,

I’m looking for 4 bedroom villa dates 13 April – 13 May
6 adults, 1 child 5 years old.
What is the best rate for the month and what is included? Thank you.


Evelien January 13, 2018


If it’s not too late I’d still like to wish you all a wonderful 2018! J

I’m Evelien from Eef – a fanatic travel blogger & content creative originally from the Netherlands who has been living in Australia since January 2016.

From 1-15 February I’ll be traveling around Bali with my best friend Florrie. Whilst looking at the most beautiful places to stay in Bali I came across your Villas, and I instantly fell in love with them. I’d like to know if you’re interested in hosting us in return for Instagram exposure and content creation.

I realize you must be getting emails from travel bloggers, influencers, content creators, instagrammers, or whatever-we-like-to-call-ourselves all the time, and sadly nowadays half of them are ‘fake’ with purchased followers and likes. So what makes me different than the rest, and how can you tell I’m ‘real’?

I started my blog and Instagram in December 2015, when ‘becoming an influencer for all the free stuff’ wasn’t a thing yet. Eef Explores was born from of my greatest passion: travel. And along the way I discovered I also have a great passion for photography in which I found Instagram to be the perfect channel to share my pictures. People picked up and liked what I do, and now, two years later, I have a crazy amount of more than 100.000 people following me on my travels. I sometimes still have to pinch myself to see if this is real 🙂

2018 is going to be the year of Influencer Marketing. Not only is it a very affordable (dare I say cheap?) way to market your accommodation, you can also be sure that it gets seen by many people who trust the influencer promoting the accommodation. I carefully pick the brands or hotels I work with (you’ll never see me advertise some random teeth whitening product) and that’s why I’m reaching out to you.

I invite you to take a look at my Media Kit for an overview of previous collaborations with brands, info about my social channels and the different ways we can work together.

Looking forward to discussing the possibilities and of course I’d also be open to hear if you have any other ideas yourself 🙂



Michael January 21, 2018

Looking to book a resort to run training camps from 4x a year. Would like a contact to enquire further.


Leila February 04, 2018

Hello, Are you able to arrange a pool fence as we will be travelling with toddlers. Thank you.


thijs February 05, 2018


We’re organising a company retreat to Bali for 10 – 15 May 2018. Couple of questions:

– We need 16 single beds, is that possible? They can be in the same room.

Could you provide us a quote for these dates? If possible, a quote with or without food.



Jen February 08, 2018

HI, im interested in renting a villa for approx 4 weeks from 12th March. Can you please let me know availability and pricing.


Donna February 17, 2018

I am looking for a t-shirt – wrap around pig – it is pink with glasses and on the back has a large mosquito too. It is for a customer of mine who wants us to get her one – this t-shirt is still available?


Flora February 22, 2018

Good morning,
we’ll be in Ubud in agust 2018 and we hear of you from Serena, that stayed last year.
So, we ask you if you have rooms for us:
5 people (1 couple + 1 couple with 24 years doughter: is good 1 double room and 1 triple, or 2 double rooms and 1 single)
Plese, let us know if you have disponibility and price.
Thank you very much!
Hope to see you in august


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