Honeymoons in Bali
Paradise on earth is one way to describe the idyllic island of Bali, a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. With good climate, secluded white sandy beaches and stunning landscape that could be a painted backdrop, this is a beautiful romantic destination for honeymoon couples looking for tranquillity or adventure….
The Hindu people are very proud of their island and of their unique Hindu culture. You can see this reflected in the day to day life of the inhabitants and it can also be seen their festivals, numerous ceremonies and magnificent shrines. There are so many places of worship to visit, however, if you were to pick just one to view while on honeymoon, the Besakih Temple is a must! Known as the Mother Temple of Bali, this incredible monument is perched a lofty 3000 feet on the slopes of Mount Agung. The mountain top dwelling gives a very mystical element to the setting. An incredibly peaceful place to visit while on honeymoon.For the shoppers amongst you, Bali is a shopper’s paradise. Handicrafts, artefacts, handmade jewellery, handbags and clothing are just some of the items you can barter over at the Kuta markets or visit the department store in Denpasar for fixed priced goods. Whatever you’re looking for, Bali has it all!If snorkelling and scuba diving is more for you, and you wish to fit this in while on honeymoon, then there are some fantastic days out to Nusa Penida, a beautiful island south east of Bali. There are a number of diving locations along the island’s shores where you can view all sorts of water life. The adventurous may want the chance to see sharks at Malibu Point or view the stunning coral reefs and large fish in the Lembongan area. For those who wish to take it easy, Crystal Bay has calmer waters than the other shores and still offers an array of fish to view. A truly heavenly place for honeymoon beach activity.How about celebrating your honeymoon in Bali by having a romantic picnic on the beach? Watch the sun set as candles are lit creating a dreamlike ambience while a tantalising dinner is made for you to share. You can have your own 18th century four poster bed on your own private beach. What an unforgettable way to remember your special holiday.
Three must do’s while on Honeymoon in Bali:
- A must for honeymoon couples in Bali – a romantic picnic on the beach Contact TriasBali for more information.
- Visit the Mother Temple on Mount Agung – buses leave Pura Besakih before 9am
- Book an indulgent Spa Treatment for two at the Kayumanis Nusa Dua Private Villa
Key Facts for Bali
Flight time: 16 hours from London
When to Honeymoon in Bali
When to go:
There are only two seasons; wet, between October and April and dry from May to September. You can enjoy the sunny days within the dry season are between April and October. The temperature varies between a warm 26 and 30 degrees!
You can start your honeymoon Bali in just under 20 hours flying with KLM from Dublin to Denpasar via Amsterdam.
Irish couples on their way to a honeymoon in Bali require a visa. Make sure your passport is valid for at least six months from your date of travel!
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Getting Married in Bali
Bali is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful islands, and can be reached easily from any major city in South East Asia. With beaches galore and exotic, luxurious hotels ready and waiting, Bali is one of the most beautiful places on earth to get married abroad. Bali is a popular destination for European couples planning on getting married abroad. Not only would you get value for money if you choose to get married in Bali, but you will also have the opportunity to have some absolutely wonderful memories and wedding photographs. The sun sets in Bali and the stunning beach settings make this destination a top choice for any couple looking to get married abroad in a cultural beach style location.
Some countries may require non-nationals, before they can get married in their jurisdiction, to produce a certificate from their country of origin that they are free to marry. These are usually known as Certificats de Coutume. For more information visit http://www.dfa.ie/home/index.aspx?id=274
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