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Once upon a time, Bali felt almost like an extension of Australia. It was our go-to destination for holidays, weddings, wellness retreats and even long weekends – a place to stop and reset amongst incredible people, rich culture and magnificent natural scenery. For many, it was like a second home. Then, COVID hit, and the island’s tourism was one of the worst effected in the world. We come bearing good news, though: as of last month, Bali has reopened to Australian tourists, and while it’s still very much in the process of recovering, there’s so much to be enjoyed in this truly special pocket of the world.
To celebrate its reopening, we’ve created a helpful directory outlining some of Bali’s best sites and newly opened haunts.
The Slow –
A sustainable, boutique hotel combined with a restaurant, gallery and concept store, The Slow’s “Tropical-Brutalist” suites are perfect for the creative at heart, as well as those seeking a unique accommodation experience.
Villa Mango –
If you’re travelling with a group, Villa Mango is the place to be, a tranquil, three bedroom and three bathroom oasis complete with a private swimming pool, gazebo and luxuriant tropical garden.
Desa Potato Head –
Designed by OMA Architects, Desa Potato Head is a 5-star beachfront resort offering ocean-facing suites, world-class dining, curated wellness treatments and live music events. You’ll also find its famous beach club here, boasting an infinity pool and daybeds overlooking the water.
Bali’s quintessential 5-star hotel brand, Alila, has accomodation all over the island. We recommend the Seminyak location with its unrivalled beachfront position, insane views of the coastline and architecturally designed rooms.
EAT & DRINK:
Sea Circus –
A brunch staple, Sea Circus offers some of Bali’s best frozen juice – the perfect way to refuel after a morning swim or night out in Seminyak. The avo on toast here gives Melbourne’s best cafes a run for their money.
Mama San –
Offering mouth-watering dumplings and world-class cocktails in a beautifully designed space replete with striking Chinese artwork, Mama San has long been our favourite Bali restaurant.
Luigis Hot Pizza-
A hip, bustling joint in the heart of Canguu, Luigis Hot Pizza does pizza by the metre along with pasta, cocktails and wine. Stay for dessert and you’ll see the restaurant transform into a more of a club vibe.
Da Maria –
This glitzy modern Italian restaurant is the brainchild of legendary Australian restaurateur Maurice Terzin (Icebergs Dining Room, Cicciabella). Come for the potato gnocchi, stay for the Italian disco beats.
The Lawn –
Everyone’s favourite beach club, The Lawn is the destination that put Canggu on the map. Secure a daybed, order a cocktail and/or burger and enjoy lazy afternoons overlooking the Indian Ocean.
From the team behind The Lawn, Skool provides a modern culinary experience championing wood-fired dishes, rich flavours and quality produce. Watch the waves crash along Batu Bolong Beach as you indulge the senses.
La Brisa –
Nestled on the Echo Beach foreshore, La Brisa (meaning sea breeze) has been sustainably crafted from old fisherman boats, giving it a rustic-bohemian kind of feel. Be sure to check out the organic farmer’s market here on Sundays.
Motel Mexicola –
Offering flavoursome Mexican share plates, expertly shaken Margaritas and colourful interiors to boot, Motel Mexicola is one of a kind. It’s one of those places everyone should visit at least once in their lives.
Deux Temple –
Where motorcycles, surfboards and fashion meet food, drinks and live music, Deux Temple embodies Canggu’s quintessential hipster vibe. From brunch in the morning to DJs after dark, this lively spot has something for everyone.
Leke Leke Waterfall –
About an hour’s drive from Canggu or Ubud, Leke Leke Waterfall is one of Bali’s best kept secrets. Watch as the narrow stream of water cascades down into a pristine blue lagoon, surrounded by incredibly lush jungle vegetation.
Nungnung Waterfall –
Never overcrowded with visitors, this powerful 50m waterfall is a site to behold. Hike 509 steps down through exquisite rainforest before arriving at the base of the waterfall, where you can swim or just rejuvenate in total wilderness.
Bingin Beach –
If you’re a surfer, Bingin Beach is one of the most iconic surf spots in the world. If you’re not, it’s one of Bali’s most picturesque and peaceful beaches – the perfect place to while the day away or watch the sunset over the ocean.
Pink Beach –
If you decide to venture out of Bali to the infamous Komodo Island as part of your trip, be sure to visit Pink Beach. One of only 10 pink beaches in the world, this striking natural wonder is rich with coral and marine life.
One of the Bali’s most beloved and long-standing day spas, Bodyworks offers everything from flower petal baths to ancient massage techniques in a luxurious temple-style setting.
Spring Spa –
With three locations across Bali, Spring Spa is a haven for wellness and beauty, offering a curated list of treatments among stunningly soothing interior design.
Away Spa –
Bringing a touch of glamour and innovation to the Bali spa experience, Away Spa is a place for sensory delight in its every form.
Gold Dust –
Known for their signature liquid gold face masks and 24k facials, Gold Dust is for those in pursuit of pure indulgence.