Skip Kuta and you can still find the old Bali. Or why not explore some of the islands that surround it?
The clamour of Bali's busy streets dissolves the second you enter the serene world of Amarterra Villas Bali Nusa Dua.
Being able to fly in the day makes this my favourite new way to return from Bali.
It's rated among the world's best, but can a resort that accommodates more than 1500 guests be all that relaxing?
Robust massages are just some of the treats at Bali sister properties, Alila Seminyak and Alila Manggis.
Choosing is a fun problem to have.
A new beach club at Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua Beach Resort might just change the vibe of sedate tourist enclave Nusa Dua.
Sokasi morphs from riverside cooking school by day to candlelit chef's dinner table by night.
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.