Bali is the most popular island holiday destination in the Indonesian archipelago. The island’s home to an ancient culture that's known for its warm hospitality. Exotic temples and palaces set against stunning natural backdrops are some of its top attractions. Dining in Bali presents endless choices of local or far-flung cuisine. After sunset, famous nightspots come to life offering exciting clubbing and packed dance floors. Inland, towering volcanoes and pristine jungles greet you with plenty to see and do. Most can't stay away from the beach for long, though. Enjoy amazing beach resorts and luxury resorts in any of Bali’s famous areas. These include Kuta, Seminyak and Jimbaran where most of the great hotels and villas are right on the beach. They’re also home to most of Bali’s exciting surf spots. For tranquil seascapes and sunrises, the eastern beach resorts are your best bets.
These include Sanur, Nusa Dua and the remote coast of Candidasa are your best bets. In Bali’s farther and lesser travelled East Bali and northern region, you’ll find some world-class diving spots with calm bays. They're home to pristine coral gardens teeming with colourful marine biodiversity. The island’s centre also offers plenty of reasons that it can be better than the beach. Explore the scenic central highlands of Ubud with its flowing rice fields, valleys and forested rivers. Yet Ubud's not only a place for cultural day-trippers.
It also offers plenty for adventure-seekers and shopaholics. Picturesque mountain jogging tracks are within a short walk from designer boutique and chic cafe-lined streets. Sightseeing opportunities in Ubud are virtually endless. The town itself is densely dotted with a multitude of ancient temples, palaces and historical sites. There are many more off-the-beaten-track spots around this magical island worth discovering.
Overlooking the bright blue water of Jimbaran Bay, Four Points by Sheraton Bali Ungasan presents travelers with a stylish, affordable experience anchored by attentive service and modern amenities. Set in the heart of a former fishing village, the hotel caters to both leisure and business travelers. Guest rooms are outfitted with free Wi-Fi and a large workspace; suites include a separate living room and dining table. More than 18,000 sq. ft. of event space includes one of the city’s largest pillar-free ballrooms and a glass-enclosed chapel overlooking the bay and Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, home to one of the world’s largest Hindu statues.