Bluemint’s Guide To…Bali




What Bali lacks in jet-age architecture and flashing lights, it makes up for in cultural depth and a tropical state of mind. And with its consistent hot temperatures, and swathe of boutique and luxury hotels, Bali continues to be a destination for both long-weekenders and year-round sun-chasers alike.


Set atop a coastal cliff, the Pan Pacific Nirwana Bali Resort is a five-star hotel in the Tabanan region of Bali. Located under 2 km from the 16th-century Tanah Lot Temple and 10 km from Taman Segara Madu amusement park, the resort’s deluxe rooms and private villas look out across its award-winning golf course. Further amenities include 4 restaurants – visit Driftwood for a selection of Mediterranean-style grills, seafood and pizza – 2 bars and a four-tiered swimming pool.


Gilli Islands, Lombok, Indonesia



Whether holidaying as a couple or with children, Bali heaves with landmarks and attractions to both see and do; from the Waterbom water park and cooking class experiences, to the island’s adventure scuba diving, innumerable temples and scenic vistas.


Although Indonesia is a Muslim country, Hinduism is still the predominant religion in Bali; and while the rules for holiday-makers are relaxed, we’d recommend that you remain respectful to their culture. With temperatures averaging at 26°C all-year round, men should pair our Elvis T-shirt with our Simon shorts – a style that features a linen construction and two side pockets for your daily travel essentials. For women, team our Carla T-shirt with our Kate linen trouser, and our Jessica cover-up (just in case you need to hide your arms).



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