Everyone's excited about Nusa Dua's cool new beachfront-bar vibe.
It's as if Robinson Crusoe had built himself a sun-bleached, solar-powered five-star resort.
Mysterious Mount Agung and spectacular over-water sunsets stop guests in their tracks each day.
Hidden down sandy lanes on Bali's southern Bukit peninsula are a bevy of beach clubs: welcome to Billionaire's Row.
A long layover on a island famed for its spices reveals historic surprises and friendly greetings.
Setting a new bar for luxury on the popular Sydney to Denpasar route.
When you need some time out, Bawah offers the perfect hideaway.
Nowhere else can you get such spicy salads, such colourful cakes with excellent coffee and a dish named after Barack Obama.
It's a smokey, heady scent that fills the Indonesian air; a combination of tropical fruits, grilled chicken, or smokey motorbikes as they roar down the street. While farmers in conical hats work their picturesque rice fields, women sashay through markets in batik sarongs. Outside the cities, gamelan music tinkers from ancient temples, and old forests hum with sounds from exotic critters.