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Indonesia's most popular destination (and one of the world's, too), with amazing beaches & resorts as well as spectacular scenery & a fascinating culture.

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Comment by Honey Trek on October 13, 2012 at 12:05pm

Dear Bali PR executive and/or luxury hotelier,

My wife and I are travelling around the world on a 500-day honeymoon. In each region we pick one luxury boutique hotel to partner with exclusively for said region. We post two articles per resort on Honeymoons.com as well as numerous social media posts across Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Foursquare, Instagram, YouTube, etc..and most importantly each partner becomes the exclusive resort in their respective region on Honeymoons.com - If anyone in this group represents a luxury hotelier/resort in Bali, we would love to talk more. Please drop us a line (MikeAnne@HoneyTrek.com) and we can answer any questions and forward over our formal proposal for your review.

Sincerely,
Mike & Anne

Comment by Ed Wetschler on January 21, 2012 at 9:05am

Melinda, I hope all goes well with your thesis. More people will see your question about Ubud if you post it on the Ask A Travel Pro widget:  http://www.tripatini.com/forum/topic/new

Comment by Melinda Martinus on January 21, 2012 at 5:06am

Hello.. Greetings from Jakarta. I wanna spend about a week in Bali for my thesis. Can someone recommend me a cheap place to stay in Ubud?

Comment by Michael Taylor on January 17, 2012 at 2:40am

I recently spent two weeks in Bali, my third trip there. While staying at a hotel in Nusa Dua, someone in the marketing department highly recommened a small museum. I went there and wrote the following blog entry: Museum Pasifica. In addition to galleries dedicated to the arts of different parts of Asia were galleries dedicated to artists from other parts of the world who came to Bali to paint. I found this very interesting.

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on January 13, 2012 at 3:51am

I would greatly appreciate input on the most important things to see and do in Kuta;

Also, suggestions for "off the beaten path" -- lesser known beaches, surf spots, hikes, etc;

Finally, Kuta on a budget (including free things to do, and best value accommodation and meals).

Thanks,
Buzzy

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on January 5, 2012 at 8:28am

Quick question: Do US citizens need any kind of visa for Indonesia?

Thanks,

Buzzy

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on December 24, 2011 at 10:48am

Thanks for replying. We definitely prefer Ubud over beaches. Nor do we have any need for nightlife.

 

Comment by Escape Indonesia Travel on December 24, 2011 at 6:38am

If you looking for staying in Bali, just need to know what you wanted for ??? if you like to stay on the nature view of nice rice terrace or valley could be to Ubud, Sidemen, Munduk or for the near beach to Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua

For any enquirer for about Bali or all over Indonesia just take a minutes to visit our website at www.escape-indonesia.com

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on December 24, 2011 at 3:33am

Renewing my call for suggestions for accommodations for most of the month of February: a simple one-bedroom flat or bungalow with no A/C (if there is a ceiling fan). Some kind of access to a swimming pool preferred. Thanks!

Comment by Buzzy Gordon on September 9, 2011 at 10:25pm

Selamat,

We are thinking of spending 3-4 weeks in Bali this coming Jan-Feb. A hotel would be too expensive for this length of time, and many vacation rentals are larger than what we need: just a simple one-bedroom flat or bungalow for one couple, with no A/C if there is a ceiling fan. Any leads for finding appropriate, reasonably-priced accommodations would be appreciated.

Terima kasih! 

 

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