Bali is a province of the Republic of Indonesia, located between Java and Lombok. The capital of Bali Province is Denpasar which is located in the south part of the island.
Bali is very well known throughout Indonesia and even throughout the world as a world tourist destination with its unique art and culture as well as the beautiful natural scenery and sea. Bali Island is also known as Dewata Island, The Island of The Gods, The Island of A Thousand Temples, and Bali Dwipa.
Bali also has several small islands which are part of Bali Province including the Nusa Penida Island, Nusa Lembongan Island, Ceningan Island, Serangan Island, and Menjangan Island as well.
Bali is an excellent place for a family vacation or honeymoon holiday equipped with world-class accommodations and facilities. Also, Bali has many world-famous tourist attractions that are interesting to visit or becomes a place for a honeymoon.
Here are some hidden honeymoon destinations in Bali that you might not be aware of it.
These places can be the right choice to build intimacy with your partner.
Jemeluk Village, Underwater Paradise in Bali
Almost every village in Bali, become an attractive tourist destination to visit. One of them is Jemeluk Village.
You will get awesome views, both under and above the sea. This beach is located in Amed street, Bunutan Village, Abang District, Karangasem Regency.
Located 19 kilometers from the town of Amlapura (capital of the regency), 12 km from Tulamben, 33 km from Candi Dasa tourism objects, and approximately 78 km from Denpasar, Jemeluk is one of the best marine destinations that is very romantic and charming with its stunning underwater beauty.
This area is indeed more visited by foreign tourists because of its natural beauty so that Jemeluk Village is well developed and provides adequate tourist facilities.
The newlywed couples chose to spend their honeymoon time in Jemeluk Village to avoid the crowd like in the city.
For tourists who cannot dive, the beauty of the underwater Jemeluk Beach can be enjoyed by snorkeling. You can find a row of amazing coral reefs just one to two meters deep.
The density of coral reefs on this beach makes various types of reef fish seen easily playing around it. For those who like diving, Jemeluk Beach is one of the underwater paradise owned by the Island of the Gods. Because with the presence of coral reefs that are preserved by indigenous peoples, divers will be treated to extraordinary beauty and biodiversity. Like table coral, sea fan, various soft corals, and other underwater living creatures that are quite unique.
If you dive with a depth of four meters, you can find butterflyfish, stonefish, lizard fish, hermit crab, gobi, and others. If you dare to explore the waters of Jemeluk deeper, you can see the unique ornate ghost pipefish who has the ability to change the color of his skin to fool the enemy. They can be seen by diving 17 meters below your sea. In addition, you can also see the hinge break shrimp commonly called camel shrimp.
To preserve its coral reefs, the indigenous people of Jemeluk Village do coral transplants at several points on Jemeluk Beach. Even to attract more tourists, the local community puts in a stone temple underwater with a depth of five meters.
From its diversity, Jemeluk Village will soon become one of the favorite diving destinations for underwater photo lovers. But if you can’t dive, you will still be spoiled with stunning views of the village of Jemeluk. The blue sea and the beautiful waves will be an interesting sight. Plus, you can capture a row of boats that lean on the beach from the hills of this village.
Iseh Sidemen Village
Tucked away in the lush mountainous region of eastern Bali lies Sidemen, a hidden gem in Indonesia.
With its towering waterfalls, endless rice paddies, gushing rivers, and picturesque views of Mount Agung, a trip to Sidemen Valley should be on your Bali bucket list!
The eastern side of the island is often overlooked by travelers who have limited time to explore. On the bright side, if you are one of the few tourists who choose to venture to Sidemen, you’ll be rewarded with uncrowded restaurants, affordable accommodation options, and a peaceful, serene atmosphere.
Iseh Tourism Village currently has become a tourist destination visited mostly by foreigners, especially those who are already bored with natural beach tourism. Iseh Village is located in Sidemen District, Karangasem Regency. This village offers a natural view of terraced rice fields. The panorama of Iseh Village is also very suitable to fill your honeymoon activities.
The natural attractions in Iseh Village indeed present a very beautiful rural panorama, with views of the terraced rice fields and the backdrop of the majesty of Mount Agung soaring high, blended beautifully to provide a special treat for every tourist visiting the village. So if you need a fresh and beautiful natural atmosphere, Iseh is an ideal destination.
The village of Sidemen lies in the Karangasem Regency in eastern Bali, about 60 minutes east of Ubud.
It offers a breath of fresh air in comparison to the more popular and busier areas of Bali. Not only is it less developed but it’s also one of the most unique and authentic parts of the island.
The village of Sidemen has managed to keep a low profile over the years. However, it’s a rural setting, friendly locals, and stunning landscapes are attracting tourists looking to experience a more authentic side of Bali.
There is only one road that winds through Sidemen Valley, with several local warungs dotted throughout, each offering panoramic views of lush greenery and open fields in the distance.
When planning your itinerary for Bali, allow for two full days to explore the Sidemen. If you’re looking for an escape and prefer to travel slower, it’s best to add an extra day to your visit.