A honeymoon is an incredibly special event, one that results in a lifetime of cherished memories with your partner. Bali is often the honeymoon destination of choice, and it’s no surprise given its relaxed, exotic location coupled with awe-inspiring natural beauty and 5-star service. Carve out your own little piece of paradise with a Bali honeymoon.
Why choose Bali for your honeymoon
- Affordable luxury
- Personalised hotel service
- Private villas
- Couples’ pampering
- Intimate dining experiences
A private slice of paradise
Sultry afternoon breezes, sun-drenched beaches, idyllic vistas from dramatic cliff tops and service that goes the extra mile makes Bali one of New Zealands’s most popular honeymoon destinations. The spoils of this Indonesian gem, coupled with intimate resorts that dot the island, is the ideal way to spend your first few days (or weeks) of matrimony.
Never mind the bustle of Kuta, if you venture out of the tourist hub, you’re likely to feel like you’re the only two on earth at resorts like Alila Villas Uluwatu, The Samaya Bali and the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort. If you’re seeking even more privacy, secluded villas with a host of extras from personal staff to private pools are peppered throughout Seminyak, Ubud and Uluwatu.
Relieve post-wedding tension at a day spa
Decorations, venues, guest lists, logistics – there’s nothing like the stress of planning a wedding. Thankfully, Flight Centre has a great range of pampering holiday packages where you and your beloved can completely surrender yourselves to qualified therapists to relieve any post-nuptial tension.
Whether it’s a quick beachfront massage or stop in for a foot-spa amid a Seminyak shopping spree, there’s no reason to break the bank when it comes to pampering. Most spa services are affordable, but if you’re planning on splurging a little, try the couples’ Diamond Miracle Treatment at the Thermes Marins Spa at Jimbaran’s Ayana Resort and Spa – your soul, senses and significant other will thank you.
After the sun sets
You may be completely content with lazy days of spa treatments, poolside leisure or cultural activities, but post sunset is when Bali really comes to life. The Balinese penchant for hospitality shines when it comes to wining and dining, and there’s no shortage of evening indulgences.
Ease into your night with a cocktail or two at the resplendent Rock Bar where you’ll be guaranteed exquisite sunsets and laid-back vibes. Following sunset drinks, you can enjoy the ‘aphrodisiac picnic dinner in bed’ served on the beachfront at Hotel Tugu, or the decadent delicacies of La Lucciola, Ku De Ta or Serenity restaurants.