on Tuesday, 04 October 2011. Posted in Bali

Bali is one of the world's most celebrated holiday and travel destinations. The combination of spectacular beaches, warm hospitable people and a rich visual and cultural experience are some of the key reasons Bali is so popular with travellers of all types and ages. Bali is most famous for its surf beaches, its nightlife and its wide range of accommodation options ranging from 5 star hotels, resorts, and private villas right down to budget options for backpackers. Bali has holiday experiences that cater for families, couples and even groups of friends. Bali accommodation cheap hotels rooms comes in a huge range of styles and price ranges. Bali is well known as a budget holiday destination with a large range of very cheap accommodation. Bali does however also cater to travellers desiring more luxury style resorts, hotels and villas. TravelOnline is an online travel agency that is here to provide all the information you'll need about Bali holidays to make an informed decision on where to stay and how to get there. TravelOnline gives you Instant Quotes and access to the latest Bali accommodation and holiday packages.Popular Bali Regions Kuta, South Kuta and LegianRenowned for surf beaches, restaurants and night life, the party area of Bali. South Kuta is also family friendly.Sanur, Seminyak and Tanah Lot Quieter upmarket resorts, Seminyak near Kuta has trendy cafes and bars. Sanur, on the east has a relaxed atmosphere...

Ubud Ubud is full of culture, comfort, nature and inspiration, an extraordinary town in the centre of Bali.Nusa Dua and Tanjung Benoa Where luxury Resorts and Villas cater for those who most at home relaxing by the pool and in the surrounds... 

Jimbaran Bay a beachside area located south of Kuta, a main attraction is the fishing village Beach activities would have to be at the top of the list for most people travelling to Bali. Popular beach activities include swimming, surfing and wakeboarding, or sunbathing with or without a relaxing massage. It doesn't stop at the beach though with a myriad of shops and markets where you can pick up that antique treasure or special Balinese souvenir. Of course the nightlife is a huge drawcard for many people looking for the excitement of the bars and clubs or interesting restaurants. Many resorts also offer a range of guest activities for example golf, spa treatments or motorised water sports.

Bali Weather & ClimateBeing close to the equator, the average temperature for Bali is much the same all year round with a maximum between 25 and 28 degrees. The best time to travel to Bali is generally considered to be from June to October with other months being more humid, windy or rainy due to the monsoon or other seasonal weather patterns. Visit our Bali Weather page for more information.

Bali Facts, Bali is a popular island for international tourists and is part of the country of Indonesia. The population of Bali is a little over 3.5 million. Balinese Hinduism is the most common religion followed by over 93% of the population, with most of the remainder being Muslim. The provincial capital Denpasar is at the southern end of the island. The southern region of Bali is home to the majority of the most popular holiday destinations and all of these are in easy reach by taxi from Bali's International Airport. 



on Monday, 12 September 2011. Posted in Bali

Denpasar  is the largest city and capital of the island of Bali, Indonesia. It is located in South Bali.
Denpasar is a bustling, multi-cultural city and although it can seem a little intimidating the first time you visit, just do not believe those travel guides which say it has nothing to offer.
Denpasar is bristling with temples, palaces and museums and its occupants are outstandingly friendly. You will be off the beaten tourist track here, so bring lots of time for a chat with the locals and a decent map of town. You can see many of the main sights comfortably on foot.
This is also a notable shopping city with options to please even the most jaded of world shoppers.
Denpasar is the seat of government in Bali and is therefore home to the provincial governor's office as well as the administration of the Regency of Badung.


on Wednesday, 03 August 2011. Posted in Bali


In the last few years, it seems that every time you visit Bali it has changed even more. Bali has definitely grown up and no other area showcases this new island vibe quite like Seminyak. When we talk about the sleek sophistication that has emerged in Bali in recent years, Seminyak is really at the heart of it. This is where you’ll find the very best of the fashion boutiques, and it’s also home to some of the island’s most popular restaurants and beachside bars. Bali has come of age when chic international brands of Hotels take up residence here, bringing a constant supply of international DJ’s and hip culture where a love of the good life is an essential element to the holiday mix. No visit or stay in Seminyak is ever really complete without a meal at the beachside a stunning and memorable experience. Come around sunset and take your seat for an evening under the stars, as the garden lights up and the blessed out sounds of music and ocean lull the senses. Head to the main strip of Seminyak where you’ll find it all, leaving little wonder as to why seemingly half the island flocks here once the sun goes down to indulge in a great meal. Seminyak’s rapid rise in popularity has, unfortunately, meant that the restaurant and bras are in supper high demand and booking have become essential to any night out. Ask you hotel concierge to book for you at least 24 hours before you want to go, and you should be just fine. Seminyak is very much about the villas stay-you’ll find some of the island’s best luxury villas tucked away just of JL Seminyak, a convenient spot and one of the busiest strips., but stills feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle  once you shut the door to your private oasis. There is a great choice of smaller one bedroom private villas through to huge multi-bedroom villas usually complete with kitchen, lounge, garden, outdoor bathrooms and private pool, making them perfect for group or family holidays. Seminyak also boast some really great spas, Bodyworks Day Spa ( It’s a lot busier here than it was over a year ago but Seminyak still has those ambient little corner hidden away where you can find the perfect place to relax, and the famous Seminyak sunset session  are always on the daily agenda,

* Note: Room prices change constantly. You should check the latest availability as in many cases the room price can be even lower than the listed price on the LastBeds website.