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3 Reasons The Seminyak Private Villas Are The Best Place To Stay On Holiday

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In the Bali area in Indonesia, the Seminyak Private Villas are the most exquisite places to stay on a holiday. When it comes to luxury these villas are the place to be. Its beautiful location that allows interaction between the locals and tourist has proven to be an asset hence increasing the number of tourist in the place. The Seminyak villas vary from location and prices to the services they offer. Travel Freak gives you a chance to choose what is within their budget and also get to enjoy their stay in Bali.


The Seminyak villas give one room to enjoy the privacy and quietness of the place. They offer access to private pools and also personalized living areas. The rooms, lounge and living areas to the private villas are always suited to the clients wanting so as to enhance their experience at the villa. There is Wi-Fi in all the villas hence allowing one to go about with their holiday while also communicating with others. The private villas are also good for business retreats and due to its serene environment, one is able to host and coordinate a meeting while they are miles away. The structure of the villa allows one to enjoy their own personal space as if they are in their own home.

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4 Tips To Booking A Romantic Honeymoon In Bali

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Are you planning the perfect honeymoon for you and your future spouse? Look no further than beautiful Bali. This exotic place has been attracting so many tourists for the past several years for the many beautiful experiences it has to offer.

Bali is also a favorite honeymoon destination for couples. People from all over the world, some coming from halfway across the globe, come to Bali to experience all it has to offer. This place is a perfect place to celebrate the beginning of your marriage.

If you’re very interested in going to Bali for your honeymoon, check out the tips below so that you can start planning your travel with your spouse.

1. Start Planning As Early as Possible

In the same manner, that you started planning for your wedding early, you want to do the same for your honeymoon as well. Traveling takes a lot of time and effort, and with the added stress of planning your wedding at the same time, you want to make sure that your honeymoon will go smoothly as well. After all, it is your first trip with your spouse so you want to make good memories. When you research and book early, chances are you can even get cheaper tickets which is good because you would have spent a lot of money on the wedding.

2. Pick Your Location Based On The Activities You Want To Do

There are a variety of specific locations you can go to in Bali, and you can choose depending on the type of activity you want to do. If you’re a fan of the movie Eat, Pray, Love, for example, you want to stay in Ubud, but take note that there are no beaches there. Instead, you can find rice paddies and jungles. Other places you can go can be Nusa Dua, where there are great water sports activities, and Seminyak, where you can catch great sunrises by the beach. Do your research, and ask your spouse about the activities you can do so that you can plan your trip well. Continue reading

5​ ​Helpful​ ​Tips​ ​For​ Planning​ ​Your Honeymoon​ ​In​ ​Bali

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Bali’s sun, sea, and sand make it a great destination for tourists. It is a gorgeous tropical paradise that every beach lover must not miss. After the successful film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert’s, Eat, Pray, Love starring the gorgeous Julia Roberts, the interest for Bali has skyrocketed, attracting millions of tourists each year from different parts of the world. And while its reputation circles around relaxation and adventure, it is also becoming one of the top honeymoon destinations in the world, and, in fact, has been considered the no. 1 honeymoon destination in 2016.

From Hollywood celebrities to famous personalities, Bali is being flocked by newly- weds, not only due to its panoramic beauty but for the entire experience it offers. How to plan your honeymoon in Bali? Follow these easy steps.

Choosing Your Location and Place to Stay

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Stretching around 5, 780 square kilometers of breath- taking beauty lined with the best coasts in the world, Bali offers lots of exciting places to stay and locations that can make your honeymoon a great experience. Choose your specific locations and learn as much as you can about it. As well, search for private villas that will serve as your love nest in the next couple of weeks. There are lots of honeymoon​ ​villas​ ​in​ ​Bali​ ​- where​ ​and​ ​how​ ​to​ ​get there? Easy. You can either find one through an online search, get recommendations or ask locals.

Plan Your Itinerary

While some judge against a planned itinerary, saying it may only spoil the fun and will limit the experience, it remains a great way to make sure you get the most of your honeymoon vacation. However, when planning, make sure to give ample time allowances for quick trips, discovering new places, and doing unplanned activities. You will this flexibility very convenient later on and will let you in on more adventures that you originally planned.

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Top 10 Activities For The Family To Experience In Bali

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The ideal family holiday destination, Bali offers such a variety of family friendly activities that the only difficulty you’ll have is deciding which one to do first!

Bali Tree Top Adventure Park

In Bedugul Botanical Garden enjoy a bird’s eye view from the treetops when the family play Tarzan at the Bali Tree Top Adventure Park. Bali Tree Top Adventure Park is suitable for all ages and all abilities, luckily, all levels of bravado.

Menjangan Resort

Menjangen Resort incorporates Menjangen Island, where the family can snorkel and try horse riding, trekking and bird watching. Stay overnight in a mangrove cabin and see monkeys, deer and wild boar from your safe seat on the roof of a jeep.

Bali Safari and Marine Park

Roaming free for the family to see at Bali Safari and Marine Park are wildebeest, rhinos, zebras and more. Take a day tour or, if the family is up for it, a night safari to see the nocturnal animals.

Bali Bird Park

Bali Bird Park also serves as a rehabilitation centre, offering an educational and entertaining experience that the adults will enjoy just as much as the kids. There are Komodo dragons here, as well as hundreds of species of exotic birds, including cassowary, parrots and birds of paradise.

Bali Reptile Park

Bali Reptile Park, adjacent to Bali Bird Park, has the world’s largest reticulated python in captivity and an open-air reptile enclosure where the kids will love – or hate – to handle the monitor lizards, pythons, tortoises and iguanas.

Green Camp

This is interactive eco-tourism at its best, allowing you and the kids to settle into the natural local surrounds, and plant rice, climb coconut trees, pick cocoa and make chocolate. There are scheduled seasonal camps and drop-ins are welcome year round.


The whole family will have fun at Waterbom Park and Spa, on rides including slides and rafts, and in the pleasure pool, spa and swim up bar. You’ll be back for sure, after being issued with a discount card for your return visit within 7 days.

Monkey Forest Road

The southern end of Ubud is the home to a group of Balinese macaque, which will steal anything you have loose, so secure your belongings before visiting these cheeky monkeys. Don’t let the kids touch them or try to feed them – they bite!

Elephant Safari

Ride an elephant at the Elephant Safari Park, just an hour from Ubud. See these gentle creatures playing and bathing in the lake, and help the rangers feed them. Have your photo taken with your favourite elephant as the perfect memento to take back home.

Rafting, Surfing and Bodyboarding

Bali is one of the world’s top surf destinations, with beaches perfect for surfers and bodyboarders of all levels of experience. For the best river rafting, head to the Ayung River, northwest of Ubud and the Unda River, north of Kungklung.

There is so much for the family to enjoy in Bali as well as the stunning beaches. To find out more, speak to the experts at Escape Travel.

Xanthe Coward is a theatre reviewer and blogger who is working on creating an eco-friendly green camp of her own in her suburban back yard.