Bali Family Holiday
Seminyak is located on the west coast of Bali just north of Kuta and Legian. It is Bali's most fashionable beach, home to among the island's luxurious resorts and host to a number of fine restaurants and boutiques. Owing to its high density of high-end shopping, combined with the clustering of many fine eating establishments, it has rapidly become one of the most well-known tourist areas on the island.
The island's best fashion is found in Seminyak, with beautiful, often handmade clothes. Earmark Sundays for spectacular seafood buffet at the W Seminyak's beachside Starfish Bloo. Once known for beach bars, Seminyak is now having a love affair with rooftops. Water sport activities include scuba diving, surfing, snorkelling, etc. The surf season runs from April to November and the long beach is a beginner's paradise.
TRAVEL UNTAMED ON THIS 7-DAY BALI FAMILY HOLIDAY…
And, experience cultural attractions and visit traditional villages.
This private luxury one-week tour to Bali is designed to give travellers an introduction to Bali's most impressive landscapes, cultural attractions, traditional villages, cuisine and resorts. Explore Ubud, the cultural centre in the interiors with artisan towns. Then transfer to Seminyak in South and stay at a luxury resort on a beach.
Begin near Ubud, the cultural heart of Bali. For more than a century, it has been the island's preeminent centre for fine arts, dance and music. Once a haven for scruffy backpackers, cosmic seekers, artists and bohemians; Ubud is now a hot spot for literati, glitterati, art collectors and connoisseurs.
With your private guide and driver, tour the studios of noted artists and craftsmen, visit a local outdoor food market followed by a cooking lesson at a village, visit the Monkey Forest, and explore Ubud’s most interesting museums and art galleries.
Spend a day touring of lush rice terraces, small villages, art and craft communities, ancient temples and palaces or try one of the many spas, yoga and meditation centres that are big news here, particularly after the bestselling Eat, Pray, Love.
Next, enjoy the sybaritic pleasures of Seminyak. Stay at a luxury resort on a beach that has a more sophisticated and laid-back atmosphere than Kuta, and is quieter during the day, but the fashionable boutiques and high-end bars come alive in the evening.
One day, a guide and driver will be at your disposal to visit local temples, fishing villages and shops. There will also be ample time for you to enjoy the resort's spa, beach, tennis, swimming pool, yoga and water activities.
Impressive landscapes, cultural attractions, traditional villages, cuisine and luxury resorts.
(7 Days - Departs Daily on a Private Basis)
Ubud, Seminyak, Bali
Day 1 – Arrive
Ubud Private arrival transfer to resort for 3 night stay. Private touring en route if time permits.
Day 2 – Tour
Ubud Morning market visit and cooking class.
Private afternoon touring in Ubud. Evening Balinese dance performance.
Day 3 – Explore
Ubud Private excursion to eastern Bali to tour volcano, villages and temples.
Day 4 – Transfer
Seminyak Private transfer to beach resort for 3 night stay, with touring en route.
Day 5 – Beach
Seminyak Half-day private tour of local shops and fishing villages.
Sunset visit to local cliffside temple.
Day 6 – Beach
Seminyak At leisure
Day 7 – Depart
Bali Private airport transfer.
Check In: 14:00h
Check Out: 12:00h
Make this your holiday
Getting There There are a number of International airlines that offer direct flights to Bali. From Jakarta, Garuda Indonesia and Sempati Air have around a dozen departure times to Bali. Internationally, Garuda also has direct flights from Singapore, Hong Kong, and a number of Australian cities; as well as flights from Los Angeles, Amsterdam, and other European cities.
From Asia, direct flights from Bangkok, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong are readily available from Garuda Indonesia, Thai Airlines, Singapore Airlines, and Malaysia Airlines. Airasia has made a big impact on how people travel through this region. Flights are cheap and overall service is simple, straightforward and efficient.
When to go In general, Bali and Lombok have similar weather, though Lombok is dried and receives less rain than Bali. The hot and sticky rainy season lasts October to March with the worst falling between December and February. From June to August, the temperature drops slightly and there is usually a refreshing cool breeze in the air. The best time to travel is the dry season, from April to September. It is also when humidity is at its lowest. Be warned that prices will rise between July and September.
Visa You don’t need a visa to enter Indonesia for visits of up to 30 days. Visa-free visits can’t be extended or transferred to another type of visa. If you’re travelling to Indonesia for more than 30 days, you should apply for a visa before you travel, or get a visa on arrival at a cost of US$35, or the equivalent in Indonesian rupiah. This type of visa is valid for 30 days, and can be extended once (for a maximum of 30 days) by applying to an immigration office within Indonesia.
Source: Foreign travel advice: www.gov.uk