Honeymoons in Bali

The beautiful tropical island of Bali is an idyllic paradise on earth location for your honeymoon. Known as the ‘Island of Gods’, the picturesque setting has a landscape so beautiful it looks like a painted backdrop. Feel at home as the friendly Balinese people welcome you with a smile and urge you to enjoy your honeymoon holiday in their wonderful homeland steeped in tradition and culture…
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Proud of their Hindu culture, you will see the inhabitants of Bali portray this in their everyday lives and local festivals. With an estimated two thousand temples and shrines, a visit to at least one place of worship is a must. Perched one thousand metres on top of Mount Agung is the ‘Mother Temple of Bali’ and sits in an incredible mystical setting. The fantastic monument is over a thousand years old and was named after the Dragon God who is believed to dwell in the mountain. This landmark is one not to overlook and is a unique place for honeymoon in Bali memories.
Proud of their Hindu culture, you will see the inhabitants of Bali portray this in their everyday lives and local festivals. With an estimated two thousand temples and shrines, a visit to at least one place of worship is a must. Perched one thousand metres on top of Mount Agung is the ‘Mother Temple of Bali’ and sits in an incredible mystical setting. The fantastic monument is over a thousand years old and was named after the Dragon God who is believed to dwell in the mountain. This landmark is one not to overlook and is a unique place for honeymoon in Bali memories.
If you want to fit in some surfing while on honeymoon in Bali, there are some world renowned breaks in Sumbawa and Lambok. For the more experienced surfers, a visit to Grajagan is recommended where the wave is said to be one of the best left-handers in the world! Other areas like Padang Padang and Uluwatu are known for their world class reef breaks while you can enjoy some fun waves around the Sanur and Kuta.
Staying with the wet theme, you can also enjoy a bit if snorkelling or scuba diving in the island of Nusa Penida. There are a number of diving locations here where you can view all sorts of water life and coral reefs. Malibu Point on the island offers you a chance to see shark and other large fish. Or for something more calming, Crystal Bay has a beautiful white sandy base to the reef and is covered with colourful corals and sea anemones. A heavenly place for honeymoon beach activity.
For something a bit special, how about having your own sunset picnic on the beach? You can have your own 18th century bed on your very own secluded beach? And while you watch a glorious crimson Bali sky as sun sets, dinner for two will be served as candles are lit all around creating a wonderful romantic ambience. A truly magnificent way to celebrate your love for each other and a wonderful memory of your honeymoon in Bali.

Three must do’s while on Honeymoon in Bali:
- A beautiful way to celebrate your honeymoon in Bali is to arrange a romantic picnic on the beach - More information on Aphrodisiac Picnic in Bed can be found by contacting TriasBali.
- Visit the Mother Temple of Bali 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

Currency: Rupiah

Capital: Denpasar

Language: Balinese

Flight time: 6 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Bali

When to go:
With only two seasons; wet, between October and April and dry from May to September, if you’re looking for sun while on honeymoon in Bali, you will find the sunny days within the dry season which are between April and October. The temperature varies between a welcoming 26 and 30 degrees!

Flight Information:
Qantas offer direct flights from Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane and Melbourne to Denpasar in Bali. The flights are operated by Jetstar taking just under 7 hours from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and under three hours from Darwin.

Currency:
Indonesian Rupiah

Travel Documents
Newlyweds from Australia looking to honeymoon in Bali require a Visa.

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Getting Married in Bali

If you're looking for a great destination at which to get married abroad then why not consider Bali. Located between Java and Lombok this tiny island has so much to offer from stunning beaches to active volcanoes to lush forests full of exotic wildlife. With crystal blue seas and magical corals, this place is like paradise on earth. Whether you want to get married in a church or exchange your vows standing barefoot in the sand, weddings abroad in Bali can suit the most discerning of couples. There's also a myriad of ancient temples, the bustling city of Denpaser to explore, as well as outdoor markets, and plenty of activities which make it an ideal location for a honeymoon too.

Marriage Requirements

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Couples wishing to get married in Bali have to state their religion. Christian, Hindu and Buddhist religious marriages are performed in churches or temples and must be registered with the Civil Registry to be legally binding. A couple needs to submit their notice of intention to marry with the Civil registry together with a letter of No Impediment which can be obtained from their country's consular in Bali. The documents needed are originals and a photocopy o the marriage certificate, passports, birth certificates, 4 photos of the couple side by side and the letter of no impediment. 2 witnesses are also necessary. For more information visit http://www.bali.indonesia.embassy.gov.au/blli/marriage.html

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