Discover Indonesia’s most beloved island on this week-long itinerary, combining the cultural riches and lush countryside of Ubud with the calm seas and sandy beaches of Bali’s southeast coast.
From boutique Bali retreats to an intimate paradise on Lombok, this 10 night Bali and Lombok itinerary is perfect for honeymooners and couples seeking a romantic Indonesian escape.
Bali is a much-loved beach destination and thanks to long swathes of sandy beach, seriously laid-back vibes and rugged coastlines, it is easy to see why. In Bali, no beach is the same, meaning that whatever your idea of paradise may be, there is bound to be a beach that ticks all the boxes for you. With each stretch of coastline offering something different, it is often difficult to know where to start when it comes to discovering Bali’s hidden coves, forgotten bays and sugar white beaches. To help, we’ve handpicked a few of our favourite Balinese beaches, choosing where’s best and for who.
Bali is loved by honeymooners and with its idyllic beaches, stunning boutique hotels and secluded settings, it is no surprise. We’ve shortlisted a handful of our favourite properties which are perfect for a post-nuptial celebration or simply a romantic retreat.
Indonesia is a melting pot of cultures, religions and peoples and its diversity is no more obvious than in its temples. Perched precariously on vertiginous clifftops, floating on serene lakes, and relentlessly pummelled by the crashing waves of the Indian Ocean, the setting of Indonesia’s temples is as phenomenal as their architectural merit. We’ve shortlisted our very favourite temples from across the archipelago.
The wildlife at home in Indonesia is as diverse as almost everything else in the archipelago. With such a range of remarkable ecosystems and habitats, it is almost no wonder that elephants, monkeys, tigers and orangutans live side by side there. Exotic and at times elusive, Indonesia’s wildlife is surely worth tracking down for an unforgettable encounter in Asia.
Whether it be lacing up your boots to reach the summit of a burbling volcano or taking a leisurely stroll through rolling rice terraces, Indonesia has got it all. Thanks to such a unique topography it is amongst Asia's top hiking destinations, offering a huge variety of vast and varied terrain, all just waiting to be discovered on foot. We've shortlisted a few of our favourite hikes, showcasing the very best of the trails and tracks across Indonesia.
With its lush jungles, soaring volcanoes, spiritual temples and tropical beaches, Indonesia is without a doubt one of Asia’s most romantic destinations. We’ve handpicked our top 5 hotels across the Indonesian archipelago - from elegant private pool villas to remote and rustic outposts - that we think are just perfect for a honeymoon or romantic escape.
COMO Uma Canggu
Cutting-edge contemporary design, roof-top pools, modern landscaping, stunning ocean views and some of Bali’s best surfing beaches on the doorstep, Como Uma Canggu has all the ingredients to dish up a fantastic beach and surfing holiday.
To start planning your tailor-made holiday, call us on (646) 934-8916
One of Bali’s newest and most exciting hotels, Como Uma Canggu can be found on the island’s southwest coast between Seminyak and Tanah Lot Temple. Sited between verdant rice paddies on one side and a fantastic surfing beach on the other, the hotel’s designers have cleverly integrated Asian style with Italian touches to create a stunning and stylish building, landscaped to provide a seamless transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Como Uma Canggu comprises 52 rooms and suites, 55 one and two-bedroom residences, as well as 12 three-bedroom duplex penthouses. The accommodation is light and airy, with stylish minimalist interiors in a neutral palette and all the 21st century hi-tech gadgetry you could wish for. Rooms have the option for balconies or private courtyards with outdoor showers, while the spacious suites have the option for a separate living area. The one and two-bedroom residences also offer the chance to have a private pool. But for the ultimate in luxury, the three-bedroom penthouses boast rooftop pools, floor-to-ceiling windows, an entertaining space and the services of a private butler.
For dining, the Como Beach Club serves up fresh seafood to the accompaniment of live acoustic musicians and DJ sets in the beach surf spirit and guests can grab a healthy juice from the Glow Juice bar. The 115-metre swimming pool is a feature of the hotel which undulates and meanders through the grounds to resemble the cascading waves of the surf and the Como Shambhala Retreat specialises in hands-on healing and holistic treatments inspired by Eastern tradition and modern-day science. To take advantage of the great surfing here, the hotel has partnered with Tropicsurf to be able to offer surfing lessons to guests of all abilities.
When to go
Bali enjoys a warm tropical climate all year round, with a distinct wet and a dry season. Bali’s dry season spans from April to September, with the wet season starting in October and generally lasting until March. Characterised by hot temperatures and clear skies, the dry season is considered to be the best time to visit Bali. In particular, months at the start or the end of the dry season benefit from fewer crowds and slightly cooler temperatures than often present during July and August. Bali’s wet season is characterised by bursts of tropical downpours interspersed with sunny spells, as opposed to constant torrential rain. Those visiting Bali during the wet season can benefit from reduced crowds at major sites, as well as cooler temperatures and less humidity in the central highlands.
To start planning your tailor-made holiday, call us on (646) 934-8916
Things to do
COMO Uma Canggu, Bali - Twin Centre Offer
Stay for a minimum of two nights at COMO Uma Canggu, Bali in conjunction with a minimum of two nights at either COMO Uma Ubud or three nights at COMO Shambhala Estate and receive complimentary one way transfers between COMO hotels in Bali.
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Enjoy up to 20% off your stay at COMO Uma Canggu, Bali. Blackout dates apply. Subject to availability and terms and conditions. Please contact one of our specialists for more information.
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Central Bali by Bike and Foot
Enjoy a day of exploring the countryside around Ubud by bike and foot, seeing the incredible rice terraces of Tegalalang, visiting an artisan market, enjoying an exotic lunch and trekking through the green gasses of Campuhan Ridge.
Rainforest Trekking and Canoeing Lake Tamblingan
Enjoy a day exploring Bali’s central highlands and three caldera lakes, Beratan, Buyan and Tamblingan. See the iconic ‘floating’ Ulun Danu Temple, trek through rainforest to the shores of Lake Tamblingan and travel in a traditional dugout canoe.