Hey Travelista: Guide to Bali
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Whether your idea of luxury is chilling out in a premium hotel room complete with private balcony and an unobstructed view of the Ayung River Valley or sipping cocktails in your private beachfront villa with spacious wood-decked terrace and soothing views of lush plantations and rice paddies– Bali offers it all, and at amazingly affordable rates! Ubud, Indonesia is a small town within easy traveling distance that is rich in Balinese cuisine, expansive jungles and rice fields, and local craft markets. As well as being home to the Alila Ubud resort that has made a name for itself as a world-class international destination while maintaining its integrity as the centre of Balinese arts and culture.
Here are a few of the reasons we selected the Alila Ubud as a Travelista Experience:
By staying here you will be supporting sustainable tourism and improving the quality of life of local Ubud communities. In addition you’ll be showing your support for historic UNESCO World Heritage sites– Ubud has a Subak irrigation system to understand how rice is grown.
The Alila Ubud is a resort rich in architecture and boasts extensive interior design detail that includes an entire Balinese hillside village complete with its own community centre and pedestrian lanes. You will have much to explore!
The serene Alila Spa will have you relaxed and feeling your best from head to toe in no time. Get ready to immerse yourself in an invigorating journey of holistic well-being.
Enjoy exploring a whole new dimension of flavours! Think you’re a foodie? Authentic Balinese cuisine inspired by seasonal ingredients sourced from the resorts local organic garden will have your tastebuds dancing!
Other things to note:
Language: The official language is Indonesian but English used extensively thanks to the tourists as well as the sizeable Australian expat population.
Currency: Bali uses the Indonesian rupiah as the local currency. Cash is king in Bali. Always carry a handful of 10,000 to 100,000 notes (valued from $0.75 to USD 7.50) for daily expenses and haggling. You can easily withdraw from ATMs, which are everywhere in the cities.
Climate: Typically Bali enjoys warm weather year-round, but you’ll want to be mindful of the rainy season which runs from January to April and October to November.
Be sure to check out our Alila Ubud hotel offer, a three night stay starts from $630 USD, inclusive of all service charges, taxes, and VIP extras!
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