Sokasi morphs from riverside cooking school by day to candlelit chef's dinner table by night.
Great Japanese food has come to town and the regional Indonesian cuisine is superb.
There's no better way to be lulled to sleep or woken in the morning than by an orchestra of the forest.
Besides swimmers and sunscreen, pack a few poses for Bali's biggest resort.
Learning to bend a little can help free the mind as well as the body.
Canggu is home to some of Bali's best surf breaks along with a growing number of cafes, restaurants and hotels.
The Oberoi Bali, still going strong and largely unaltered from the original, is regarded as a seminal resort in Balinese tourism.
It takes a strong will to leave the John Hardy Workshop without buying something beautiful.
Tourists flock to this tiny jewel in Indonesia's crown for many good reasons: the stunning; luminous green rice paddies that stretch for miles; monkeys that run amok at ancient temples; or the ripping volcanoes that dominate the landscape. Wild, untamed surf beaches are a short distance from high-end clubs and restaurants. Despite its popularity, you can still find nooks that remain untouched by tourism.