With a Bali multi centre holiday, you can explore all that Bali has to offer, from its idyllic beaches to its array of cultural sites, but that’s just the beginning. Pair Bali with one of the many other popular destinations in the area, like Singapore, Ubud, or Lombok, for an ideal mix of relaxation, cultural exploration, and futuristic cityscapes. Choose from one of our most popular itineraries below, or contact us to create a unique multi centre Bali holiday just for you.

Why choose a Bali multi centre holiday?

Bali is a stunning and vibrant destination in the Indonesian archipelago, boasting some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, lush jungles, and a wide selection of cultural attractions. Bali is the perfect place to relax, explore, and take in the local culture, so whether you want to experience a laid-back beach holiday, jungle adventure, or unique cultural experience, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for in Bali.

And that’s just the start! Bali multi centre holidays are perfect for exploring other can’t-miss destinations in the area. Want to explore a booming Asian metropolis? Pair Bali with a visit to Singapore. Or choose one of many other Indonesian locales, like Lombok or the Gili Islands.

No matter what your dream holiday entails, you are sure to find it on a multi centre Bali holiday.

Things to do on a multi centre Bali holiday

From temples and beaches to rainforests and rice paddies, there’s no shortage of activities to choose from when you book a Bali multi centre holiday. If you’re looking to lay out and relax, try one of the many beachside villages on the south of the island, like Kuta or Jimbaran. Sign up for a surf lesson or simply enjoy the sun on a world-class white-sand beach.

If you’re looking to take in the local culture, Bali is full of options for you. The city of Denpasar is home to many cultural sites like the Bajra Sandhi Monument and Badung Market. Ubud also boasts a number of cultural experiences, including Ubud Palace and Pura Taman Kemuda Saraswati, a Hindu temple featuring one-of-a-kind architecture and a stunning lotus pond. Ubud is also home to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, a can’t-miss destination that is home to about 1260 Balinese long-tailed macaque monkeys.

Whether it’s beach relaxation or unique cultural exploration, you’re sure to find the perfect combination of activities with a Bali multi centre holiday.

Where are the best beaches to visit in Bali?

With their soft white sand, picturesque sunsets and ideal surfing conditions, Bali’s beaches are some of the best in the entire world. While the entire island has beaches worth visiting, the south of Bali is home to the most beautiful.

The town of Kuta is home to long, white, stunning sand beaches, perfect for taking in an unforgettable Bali sunset. However, this beach is considered the main backpacking beach destination, which is reflected by its lively, vibrant nightlife. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing, head over to Kuta’s neighbour, Seminyak, an excellent all-rounder beach full of luxury resorts. For a quieter alternative, the Sanur, a once-fishing village, is now a peaceful beach resort offering a mix of things to see and explore, day or night. For the 5-star hotel experience, Nasa Dua offers a great beach in a secluded location and idyllic surroundings.

Just south of Kuta, you’ll find Jimbaran Beach, located in the fishing village of Jimbaran. This long beach is home to calm waters, perfect for swimming, and is lined with fish restaurants serving up fresh dishes you won’t want to miss.

Bali cultural sites to visit

All across Bali, you’ll find incredible temples, palaces, and museums, each offering a unique perspective on the local culture. Some of the most popular cultural destinations include Tanah Lot, a distinctive rock formation that supports the Hindu pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot. Taman Ayun Temple is another incredible option, boasting a picturesque garden with distinct water features. In Ubud, the Neka Art Museum showcases work from prolific local artists, and the Tegalalang Rice Terrace is a stunning terraced rice field you won’t want to miss.

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