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Bali Wedding Venues

More than three decades ago, Bali or known as the island of Gods attracted the world with its culture, spiritual ambience, and untouched beaches. Now, its diversity has become the magnets of the island. The cultural and the spiritual life stay, but the modern lifestyle slowly emerges and enlivens the island. Bali wedding venues offer myriad of tastes and styles, from cultural locations to sophisticated 5-star hotels.

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Insider Tips for Weddings in Bali

Wedding venues in Bali will amaze you with its earthy interior or breathtaking views. The kindness of the people complements its beauty. Here are our insider tips to provide you with some information about the island while you are planning your Bali weddings.

When will be the perfect time to get married in Bali?
Bali only has two seasons: rainy and dry. The island climate is somehow diverse across the island, but the temperature is so pleasant in both seasons. Although the average rainfall is high from November to April, some parts of it will still have sunny days. The southern part of the island or known as the beachfront areas have less rainfall compared to the centre of the island. Requesting a back-up venue will be recommended during the season though. Choose your Bali wedding venues wisely if you are thinking to have your wedding within the season.

Where are the best places to get married and Why?
Nusa Dua: Nusa Dua is a home for beachfront hotels and resorts. The region is blessed with grainy white sand beach and turquoise ocean, one of the picture-perfect wedding venues in Bali.

Uluwatu: Glass chapels elegantly stand on the clifftops of Uluwatu. The sweeping views of the rolling waves make a dramatic backdrop for your wedding.

Seminyak: Stylish hotels and villas dot this vibrant region. Seminyak is also well-known for its nightlife. If you are thinking of lively ad modern Bali wedding venues, there are tons of choices in Seminyak.

Sanur: Sanur is one of the coastal regions in Bali that combines Balinese arts and modernity. Outdoor garden and beach wedding venues are ubiquitous in Sanur.

Ubud: Earthy Bali wedding venues with cool air dot the peaceful uplands of the island, Ubud.  

What can I do in Bali to entertain my family and friends who come from other countries?

  • Enjoying the affordable delectable dishes and drink in the cafes or restaurants in Kuta.
  • Joining a beach-yoga class in Sanur or Nusa Dua. Several yoga communities invite everyone to join yoga on Sunday morning.
  • Shopping Balinese crafts in Ubud Market. You will find unique handcrafts that will remind you of the island.

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