Honeymooning in Paradise
This is a day for duel pampering, both for your body and your taste buds, for you and your sweetheart. You'll wake in your private luxury villa at the Four Seasons, international honeymoon-providing experts. Take a long, hand-in-hand walk down picturesque the Tanah Lot beach before enjoying an exquisite lunch at top Bali restaurant di Mare. Next you'll head to another luxury resort, where you'll indulge in some couple's massages and hot tub soaks. Feeling relaxed?...read more
1 hide detailExquisite Dining in Jimbaran Bay
di Mare is Karma Kandara's stylish signature restaurant, which offers a unique fine-dining experience with a dramatic view overlooking cliff top pool and the blue ocean beyond. The architecture followed the theme of the resort, blending elegance with natural beauty – robust pillars, crescent-shaped, white sail-like roof. The cuisine Mediterranean, with a dash of Asian overtones and a New Age twist. Highlights worth trying out are - Spanish Paella Risotto, Chilled Spanish Gazpacho and Grilled Merguez with Couscous. The level of service is first class, befitting the luxurious interior and the resort in which the restaurant is located.
Today you'll glimpse into Bali's past by visiting some especially scenic temples, and enjoy dining amid the tropical elements.Head North from the Four Seasons, stopping first at Pura Sada, one of the island's most beautiful temples. Stop in for a relaxed alfresco lunch at Murni's Warung before visiting another temple. The holy waters at Pura Tirta Empul will ensure longevity and health for the rest of your happy marriage. Just to seal the deal, take an epically...read more
2 hide detailAlfresco Dining at its Best
Run by an American-Balinese couple, one can get authentic apple pie as well as chicken satay here. One of the original eateries in Ubud, this three-story, cozy restaurant has the Ayung River at its feet. Be sure to go down to the lowest level to see the view. Sample the tasty special grill dishes and the thick and delicious juices and lassies (blended yogurt). Beer and local wines are served as well and there is no corkage charge. A small shop of high-quality crafts and jewelry is on the top floor.
3 hide detailHistoric Hindu temple
This temple lies in Manukaya Village, Tampaksiring (Gianyar Regency). The words Tirta Empul means "the gathering of holy water". It is believed that originally in the inner sanctum there was a huge natural spring of holy water that rose up high above the ground. The temple was erected by King Jaya Singha Warmadewa of the Warmadewa dynasty who wrote the manuscript called Manukaya (dated A.D.962) which mentions the temple and the holy spring. The yearly ceremony at Tirta Empul Temple falls during the month of the fourth full moon according to the Balinese calendar (October). Admission: By donation.