Living in Bali as a Digital Nomad20 August 2019 by Ade
With the rich history and culture, gorgeous beaches and sceneries, beautiful weather and its iconic spiritual traditions. Bali boasts excellent networking opportunities and an ideal destination for digital nomads to live in. Here, we’ll offer you some guidance before you set foot in Bali. Language You don’t need to speak Indonesian or Balinese to live in Bali, as most people in Bali can speak a bit of English, especially in the younger generation. Though, if you head towards the rural areas, you’ll probably have to rely on hand signals to interact with the locals. A tip is to take at least a week of Indonesian classes before heading to Bali. Daily Living Costs in Bali Bali offers digital nomads the ability to live a very afforadable, or very extravagant lifestyle. You can get delicious Balinese street food for as little sa $1 – and then explore exceptional gastronmic experiences at night. Bali offers the ability to tailor your lifestyle to your budget! Meet up with Other Digital Nomads By starting to meet and visit in some of the co-working spaces around the island, you’ll get to meet and make some great friends as Bali is an excellent place for networking as a digital nomad. Remember that you are really paying for the company. You can meet business owners and freelancers in co-working spaces and create opportunities for yourself. Digital nomads are living in Bali for years and have claimed to enjoy the weather, atmosphere and nice international communities to meet. If you are a digital nomad yourself and looking for an affordable, long term villa rental of up to years stay, contact Bali Coconut Living for some great deals of villas around the popular areas of Bali for your choice of stay.
Your Guide to Moving to Bali8 August 2019 by Ade
For those of you who have the freedom, its no doubt that Bali is an excellent idea for a long term stay! It serves you with a highly affordable lifestyle, great spicy food, and the kindest people you will meet. Bali has a large expat community in Canggu, Ubud and Uluwatu. If your priority is to live close to the beach for a sunset view, then Canggu should be your base, or if you want an afforable lifestyle adorned with pure Balinese culture and lifestyle, then Ubud should be your choice of stay. Getting a Local Sim Card The quickest option is to purchase a sim card directly in the airport, even though its a little pricy – it’s easy to register and will allwo you to immediately get online. Other options are getting them in major tourist towns such as Kuta, Canggu or Ubud. Telkomsel is the most popular data company, with the best signal in Bali as well as afforable data rates. If you don’t purchase your sim card at the airport the best option is to go directly to a Telkomsel outlet as you are required to register your sim card before activation in Indonesia. Getting A Scooter Getting your own mode of transportation is a must when it comes to a long term stay in Bali. If you have a bike license and are confident riding a scooter this is the most common mode of transportation on the island. Since scooters are the most effective way of transportation, there are many dealers on the island for purchase or rental. Food and Health Bali will spoil you with restaurants and cafes with a choice of local Balinese to western cuisines. If you get sick with the infamous ‘’Bali Belly’’ there are many excellent resources for a quick recovery, Drs who speak English and good health care facilities. Coworking Spaces Keep in mind that you might need a co-working space if you are planning to settle down in Bali, the island is becoming one of the main hubs in Asia for digital nomads. Make Bali your home! Contact Bali Coconut Living for long term villa rentals in Bali which offer you properties from the best and safest locations in the island to choose from.
Top Bali Beach Clubs26 July 2019 by Ade
Feel the urge to party by the beach? Bali will spoil you with a mix of beach clubs in a Mediterranean style vibe with a handful of fresh local styles, lining the southern coasts and positioned below the cliffs of this tropical island. With chill-out venues and beachside dining to brighten the spectacular coastlines and host evenings leading to beautiful Bali sunsets. Accompanied by classy snacks and tapas by world-class chefs and drinks prepared by experienced bartenders. If you’re looking for the best time on the coast, here is a list of the top beach clubs in Bali to help you decide. Potato Head Beach Club This beach club had its popularity rocketed by international DJ’s and celebrities taking the poolside stage, including great names such as M.I.A, Fat Boy Slim and Mark Ronson. This Seminyak venue has a unique and quirky architecture design resembling a stadium and coliseum, with a thin curved path into the club to make you feel like a gladiator up for battle. Once you enter, the beachfront bar and infinity pool within the grounds, are where the excitement begins. You’ll find bar tables arranged around the pool where the international DJs and celebrities perform. Ku De Ta This beach club is considered to be the trendsetter of beach nightlife which inspired other similar venues all over the island. Ku De Ta features a centerpiece lawn bordering the beachfront where all the special events are happening. Along with a private loft for secluded VIP-style moments. The night is owned by Ku De Ta’s own international DJ team who joins a local English-language radio dedicated to lounge and over the top tunes, with its own FM airwaves and internet live streaming of its own, reaching a world audience. Its restaurant features a minimalist and modern architecture with lines of locally-influenced cuisines. All this combined gives Ku De Ta a national reputation for its top dining and chill out atmosphere. Finn’s Beach Club This Canggu hangout on Berawa Beach features a large all-bamboo structure with a blue-tiled infinity pool. You can spend the whole day at the venue, which opens until midnight, with their resident DJs hitting the booth every day from 4pm. Enjoy anything from chicken wings to grilled squid and a mix of local and international fusion from the menu. Komune Beach Club The only beach club on Keramas Beach of Gianyar. It is an excellent beach for surfers where you can ride the waves and then come back for some refreshing drinks and healthy bites at the unique restaurant and bar, shaped like a giant mushroom. A 20x10m circular aquamarine infinity pool in the center of a spacious green lawn is also available for you to enjoy. Expect some sunset sessions with chill out music around the pool deck and movie screenings held on its ‘lawn cinema’. Enjoy the happy hours from Monday to Friday offering 50% drinks from 5pm to 6pm. Spice up your holiday in Bali and visit one of the perfect beach clubs this island has to offer! Bali Coconut Living offers thousands of villa rentals located all over Bali, offered for your choice of stay. Book now and get yourself an ideal villa closest to the beach party of your choice!
Picking the Best Family Villa in Bali18 July 2019 by Ade
Searching for the best family accommodation for your next visit to Bali? With some careful planning, you can choose the best and ideal villa for you and your loved ones. Below are some things you should consider to ensure the best holiday villa for your family. Locations and Safety Make sure you know what kind of location you want to be in. If you’re looking for a beachfront villa, then avoid holiday houses obstructed by hotels. Keep in mind that most regions and cities publish their past history of crimes on the internet. You can therefore research crimes within the area of your stay, as your family’s safety and happiness is your top priority. Researching Amenities Complete your stay in a dream home! Since the property chosen will be yours to live in for the duration of your holiday, make sure it’s the most comfortable one for your family. A villa with a pool is always a win for kids, coupled with an enclosed yard for their safety. Other amenities include free Wifi, cable TV and local telephone service for your comfort. Find out How Child-Friendly the Villa is For those traveling with smaller children, anticipate the kind of danger you are likely to deal with in your villa. If there’s a pool, does it have a safety fence around it? If you are bringing a baby, does the villa have baby-proof locks on the doors and windows? All this can be confirmed with the property manager before you make your reservation. Look for Kid-Friendly Attractions Nearby Happy kids, happy vacation! While on your family vacation, entertainment for your kids’ is an essential factor. For a leisure afternoon, check if the villa you’re interested in is close to a playground. A beach or a neighborhood pool may also be a favorite for your family to enjoy. Also, consider the closest indoor park or movie theatre in case of a rainy day. Wondering where to look for the best villas for your family holiday? Bali Coconut Living will assist you in finding the best possible match for your inquiry, offering you the best and ideal villas for your family to enjoy.
Top Beaches in Canggu4 July 2019 by Ade
As more and more restaurants, cafés and villas are being developed in Canggu, it is currently Bali’s fastest growing neighborhood. Living in Canggu means having the best of both lush green rice fields and stunning ocean horizons, with breathtaking sunset backdrops. Before its popularity ascended, Canggu was a favorite amongst world-class surfers. Canggu beaches are known for their outstanding surf breaks all year long, with several other spots suitable for beginner surfers. With its volcanic black sands, Canggu beaches also attract both locals and international visitors. If you’d like to relax by the beachside, drink ice cold beer while waiting for sunset or dance the day away at one of the beach clubs, Canggu beach might just be right for you. As detailed below, starting closest to Seminyak, you can walk along the coastline of Canggu and find a number of gorgeous beaches. Batu Belig Beach Only minutes away from Seminyak, you will find Batu Belig Beach. For a relaxing sunny afternoon in Bali, think beanbags, good food and great music. The waves are also smaller, perfect for those looking for calmer waters. This beach is home to the famous beach club, Tropicola, known for its colorful retro interior and plunge pool. Berawa Beach Right in front of Finns Beach Club is the famous Berawa Beach. The waves here are perfect for surfing or swimming, depending how big they are on any given day. If you’d like to enjoy the breeze while waiting for sundown, choose one of the beach bars located only a few minutes from Jl Pantai Berawa, offering affordable food and drinks with colorful beanbags to lounge on. Batu Bolong Batu Bolong Beach is known for its famous surfing spot, right in front of Old Man’s. It has a huge parking lot with cheap local foods being offered in the surrounding area. The beach is ideal for experienced surfers and those looking for a great spot to watch the sky hues turn orange. Echo Beach Locals call this beach Pantai Batu Mejan, named after a Hindu shrine. This brilliant stretch of beach is a fantastic spot for professional surfers and is also great to grab a sunset drink or dinner. Explore the many Canggu beaches by staying in the neighborhood. Stay in a luxurious private villa and enjoy comfort and privacy during your Bali getaway. If you’re looking for a villa to rent in Canggu, our professional real estate managers can help you pick the most suitable villa for you. Ask Bali Coconut Living for more information.
The best weekend markets in Canggu28 June 2019 by Ade
Are you staying in Canggu? Make sure you don’t miss Bali’s best weekend markets while staying in the ‘Gu! While most people would suggest visiting a typical Bali souvenir market, there’s actually many other markets in Canggu offering artsy, organic and quirky items. It’s the perfect destination for those looking for an eclectic mix of items ranging from organic skincare, handmade jewelry, bohemian interior décor and fresh produce, all in one place! Not only is the shopping done while at the market, but you also get to mingle with locals, expats and travelers from all over the world. Make sure you save some space in your luggage if you go on a shopping spree to one of the best weekend markets in Canggu! Old Man’s Saturday Market If you happen to stay in Canggu on the last Saturday of the month, you should definitely head to Old Man’s for Canggu’s biggest market. Starting as early as 8 AM and going on until 3 PM, this beer garden transforms into a market brimmed with fresh produce, handmade jewelry and accessories, vintage clothing and numerous surf-related items. A handy tip: go early, before midday, as it gets very hot and crowded. Don’t worry, the market also serves delicious treats and drinks to quench your thirst and rumbling tummy. Feel like grabbing a beer or jumping into the ocean after a shopping haul? Simply walk down to Batu Bolong beach located only a few steps away from the market! Time: Every last Saturday of the month from 8 AM to 3 PM Location: Old Man’s Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong No.117X Canggu, Bali 80351 Samadi Sunday Market The place to be on a Sunday in Canggu! The Samadi Sunday Market is a popular market not only amongst yogis but also locals and expats alike. Taking place at Jl Padang Linjong, this market focuses on selling healthy, creative and sustainable products! You’ll find healthy drinks and snacks, homemade jams and juices, organic fruits and vegetables, delicious baked goods and plenty of charitable products. Kids are welcome to play together. Feel free to drop in on the yoga classes as well! Support the local community and join this vibrant market on any Sunday of the month! Time: Every Sunday 9AM to 2 PM Location: Jl. Padang Linjong No.39, Canggu, Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361 Love Anchor Market Can’t wait for the weekend market? Drop by Love Anchor Market which is open daily in the center of Canggu’s Batu Bolong street. This large wooden structure will definitely catch your attention. Everyday you’ll find plenty of stalls selling some really cool items from all-natural skin care and quirky accessories to colorful bikinis and homewares. On Saturdays and Sundays, even more vendors are added for their special weekend bazaar! Besides the market, Love Anchor also has a restaurant, bar and some permanent stores. Stroll down to the beach (located only 1km away from Love Anchor market) to watch the sunset with a cold beer in your hand. Stay in Canggu and explore the best weekend markets in Bali! For assistance in renting a private villa in Canggu, ask Bali Coconut Living’s professional real estate managers. Time: 09:00 – 23:00 Location: Jl. Pantai Batu Bolong No.56, Canggu
The difference between short-term and long-term villa rentals in Bali15 June 2019 by Ade
If you have a villa in Bali, there are generally two ways of utilizing it as an investment property: short-term or long-term villa rentals. Renting out your property may be profitable, but also requires time and effort. Before investing in properties, there are several differences in short- and long-term villa rentals that you should understand. If you’re thinking of real estate investment, and in order to meet your investment goals, we advise you to understand the differences and the opportunities in purchasing a villa in Bali. Duration How long is considered short-term villa rental? Generally, rentals under 6 months are typically defined as short term. However, short-term rentals can last from one night up to a few weeks. On the other hand, when you opt for long-term rentals, you can choose to bind your tenants into a 6 or 12-month contract. Potential for profit To determine whether you want to rent your villa short-term or long-term, you must first analyze its potential for profitability. Short-term rentals may have a higher potential for profit, as you can rent out your villa multiple times during high season and also have the possibility of increasing your rental fee. However, short-term rental may not be as popular for the remaining part of the year, possibly leaving your villa without a tenant. On the other hand, renting your property long-term may generate a steady rental income, although it may be lower in amount. Overall, long-term rental may give you higher annual profits compared to short-term rentals. Villa location and seasonality The location of a villa is an important aspect to be considered. Villas located in popular areas such as Seminyak or Canggu may have higher performances during the high seasons. Short-term rentals will highly depend on location and seasonality. Villas located near beach clubs or entertainment venues can be rented out for a higher price if a huge Bali festival is taking place. Villas situated a bit farther form popular tourist destinations are less likely to be affected by Bali’s holiday seasonality, which is great for long-term villa rentals. They are more stable and give you a steady income throughout the year. However, despite its location, long-term rentals are always in demand, making it a more solid investment opportunity. Managing your short-term and long-term villa rental Both short-term and long-term villa rentals require villa management service and marketing. Managing short-term rentals actually demands more time and effort as you will need to screen tenants, maintain and tend the villa, etc. To help manage your villa rentals, you can use Bali Coconut Living’s villa management service. Save your time and energy and let us do the work for you! Contact Bali Coconut Living for more info.
The best place to rent a villa in Bali7 June 2019 by Ade
The island of Bali is known as one of the most visited destinations in Indonesia, drawing in millions of people each year from all over the world. The destination is celebrated for its strong local culture, warm hospitality and stunning sceneries of beaches, rice fields and mountains. Those who want to plunge into a tropical life simply must put Bali on their bucket list. The island offers both adventure and luxury hand in hand, catering to all types of travelers. To take your time and make the most of the island, renting a villa in Bali is probably the best choice. Unlike in hotels, you get to see the surrounding environment in private, and enjoy the comfort of luxurious accommodation, without having to share your space with other tourists. Renting a villa in Bali can also be ideal for those traveling in groups, or even for honeymooners seeking a more romantic private time. An increasing number of private villas are built every year in Bali making it a perfect luxurious destination. If you’re looking to rent a villa when you visit, here are some of the best places for you to find a deluxe private villa in Bali. Seminyak Home to high-end bars and lavish dining venues, Seminyak is the perfect choice for those seeking a luxurious villa within the busy streets of Bali. The strategic location and hip social scene make Seminyak an enviable neighborhood for travelers. This stylish town is known for its sophistication and vibrant nightlife. Uluwatu This surfer’s paradise takes pride in giving access to some of the most beautiful beaches on the island! Elegant villas are perched along the cliff, overlooking the spectacular Indian ocean. Not only does it give access to stunning beaches with crystal-clear waters, but it also boasts jaw-dropping views of the beautiful Balinese nature. Canggu Bali’s current it spot! Canggu is a popular town for surfers, vegans, yoga enthusiasts and digital nomads. Most villas in Canggu are located just a short stroll from Canggu cafes and restaurants, work out studios and the beach. The above-mentioned neighborhoods are only some of the places to rent a villa in Bali. If you need any assistance finding the most suitable villa to rent, simply ask our property consultants from Bali Coconut Living to help you out!
Things to do in Canggu3 June 2019 by Ade
Looking for an alternative to the glamorous Seminyak? Then it’s probably time to hit Bali’s growing little town of Canggu. Its Bohemian vibes have been attracting travelers from all over the world, from surfers and yoga lovers to digital nomads and expats. Canggu is becoming an increasingly popular town in Bali due to its uncountable hipster cafes, yoga studios and vegan restaurants, surrounded by lush green rice fields. What makes Canggu even better is that it’s home to fantastic surf spots stretching from Berawa to Perenenan beach. In between its café culture and luxury day spas, you will also find incredible villas among rice fields, and delicious local cuisines which are also worth a try. Planning a Bali holiday and thinking of staying in Canggu? Below is a list of things to do in Canggu during your vacation! 1 Hit the waves in Canggu Known for its fantastic surf breaks, Canggu has waves for all level of surfers. Surfers scooting to the beach with their surfboards on their motorbike rack is a common sight, all day every day. If you’re a professional, you’ll love Echo Beach! If you are new and want to learn how to surf, then Berawa Beach will be perfect for you. Surf lessons can easily be arranged at one of the stalls on the beach. Rent a surfboard for IDR 50,000 an hour or take surf lessons with an instructor for around IDR 400,000 for 2 hours. If you are into night surfing, Finns Beach Club is the place to go. 2 Go café-hopping Café-hopping is definitely one of those things to do in Canggu, since more and more cafes are popping up here and there in the area. The number might be overwhelming, but you get to choose from breakfast by the sea or lunch overlooking the rice fields. Must-try cafes: Crate Café Café Cinta Milk & Madu Peloton Supershop 3 Visit Tanah Lot As one of Bali’s most iconic sites, Tanah Lot has a strong cultural significance to the locals. Visit the site in the afternoon and you’ll get a mesmerizing photograph of the temple with a striking sunset as the backdrop. You should expect quite a crowd however, since Tanah Lot is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali. 4 Go on a shopping spree There is so much shopping to be done in Canggu. Spoil yourself with new dresses, tops, bikinis and sparkling accessories! Watch out for the various pop up markets in Canggu. Some of the Canggu local’s favorites are Old Man’s Canggu Market, Samadi Market, La Laguna’s Gypsy Market and of course the famous Love Anchor Market at Batu Bolong. Ready to explore this little laidback town? Rent a private villa in the area and discover the many things to do in Canggu. If you need any assistance in finding the perfect villa in Bali, ask Bali Coconut Living’s real estate consultants.
Seminyak Bali: a well-crafted guide30 May 2019 by Ade
Seminyak, known as Bali’s most sophisticated and upscale area, is home to an eclectic scene swarming with deluxe villas, cool beach bars, fine restaurants and high-end boutiques. You’ll find a fashionable strip lined with international shops beside Bali’s chic cafes and premier dining spots. The ambience is more laidback compared to Kuta and Legian. As the sun sets, the town actually gets livelier with numerous parties hosted in various ritzy clubs scattered around the area. Whether you’re a Bali regular or a first-timer, we’ve compiled a guide of things to do in Seminyak. Here is all you need to know about Bali’s hip neighborhood, Seminyak! Where to eat in Seminyak Known for its famous “Eat Street”, Seminyak provides you with unlimited dining spots. You will find authentic Balinese, Italian, Japanese and classic Australian brunch. If you only have a limited time to spoil your senses, make sure you try these restaurants while in Seminyak. La Lucciola – A classic Seminyak seaside icon offering international fusion and Mediterranean food. Mejekawi – Located within Kudeta, Mejekawi features an open kitchen where diners can view the exciting process of their food creation on their 7 or 11 course menu. Biku – A Javanese joglo known for its traditional high tea and range of delicious desserts. Da Maria – Hip Italian restaurant for a pizza party located at Jl Raya Petitenget. Merah Putih – Stunning restaurant offering delectable Indonesian cuisine. What to do in Seminyak Other than dining in Bali’s best restaurants, there are many other significant activities that you can do in Seminyak. Visit Petitenget Temple – This ancient temple is a must see. It usually features a group of Balinese Hindus dressed in traditional garments and practicing their religious duties. Get a massage – Choose from a range of cheap massages or luxurious spas. Go to Seminyak beach – Soak up the sun at the beach or lounge at one of Seminyak’s stylish beach clubs. Where to stay in Seminyak When talking about places to stay, Seminyak has a diverse selection of choices. Beachfront hotels, private pool villas or luxurious resorts – make sure you choose the accommodation that suits you most. If you’re looking for complete privacy and comfort, we suggest renting a villa in Seminyak. Short term or long term (monthly or yearly) rentals are available. However, finding the best villa in Seminyak may be quite difficult with such an abundance of villas on offer. If you need any assistance, Bali Coconut Living’s team of experienced villa consultants can help you make your choice.
Where to rent a Villa in Bali?28 May 2019 by Ade
Staying in a private villa has become a popular choice when enjoying a holiday in Bali. There’s no better feeling than waking up in a luxurious villa and having your own private pool right in your backyard. Renting a villa in Bali is great for those seeking privacy, luxury and comfort all in one place. Additionally, we are seeing an increasing number of expats wanting to call Bali their home. More and more villas are available for long-term rentals, whether monthly or yearly. However, choosing your holiday home or yearly rental doesn’t happen overnight. Location matters In order to select the best villa for you, you need to make a few decisions first. One of the most significant factors is location. Where should you rent a villa in Bali? It may be tricky as all the areas are quite different to one another. To help you out, here is a guide about where to rent a villa in Bali, so you can make the most of your stay in paradise! Kuta Although Kuta used to be an icon of Bali, over the years it has become known as the party center of the island. If you’re into hardcore partying, like those at Sky Garden, Bounty or Paddy’s, then Kuta could be a good option. The town is brimming with bars, nightclubs and small local shops. Staying in Kuta also provides easy access to the airport and the famous Kuta beach. You can find big shopping malls such as Beachwalk, Discovery Shopping Mall and Galeria Mall Bali. Seminyak The most fashionable district of Bali is no doubt Seminyak. If you’re into a more sophisticated lifestyle, Seminyak might be just the ‘hood’ for you. It’s home to plenty of sexy beach clubs, lavish restaurants, cute cafes, premium international boutiques and, of course, luxurious villas! Think villas with sleek interior design equipped with private pools and impeccable service. Canggu Also known as “Ubud by the sea”, Canggu is a magnet for yoga enthusiasts, surfers, skaters and healthy organic food lovers. Properties in this area benefit from laidback vibes with peaceful green rice paddy views. The café scene in Canggu is also constantly growing with various dining options. Whether you want to dine in style, eat at a traditional local warung or hang out at Canggu’s coolest cafes, there’s a great spot on every corner of Canggu. Kerobokan Only minutes away from Canggu and Seminyak, Kerobokan is another favorite place to rent a villa in Bali. The town has plenty of chic villas surrounded by beautiful rice fields. You’ll find a wide range of restaurants and cafes as well as favored spa destinations nearby. Ubud If you’re looking for villas in the jungle or nestled between rice fields, Ubud is the place to go. The town is known as the yoga central of Bali, with many vegetarian and raw organic food options. Find a villa to rent in Ubud and experience true Balinese culture in this spectacular area. Renting a villa in Bali Still unsure where to rent a villa in Bali? Let Bali Coconut Living help you select the best monthly or yearly villa rental for you.
Honeymoon Tips in Bali17 May 2019 by Ade
Have you got your honeymoon plans sorted? If you’re looking for a romantic getaway loaded with tons of sunshine, lavish dining, lively activities and luxurious accommodation, then it’s time to book two tickets for a dazzling Bali honeymoon with your loved one. Your days will be filled with full on romance and adventure once you step your feet onto the beautiful island of Bali. Its spectacular views and affordable price tag makes Bali a favorable destination for a honeymoon. To help you make the most of your time in Bali, here are some tips to plan your dream getaway with your partner! Transportation - Making your way around Bali Although the island lacks public transportation, getting around Bali is pretty easy, with many different transportation services offered. Save your time and energy by booking a private driver to take you around the island. Make sure you book in advance so they can pick you up from the airport. If you’re not planning to commute much, you can use online taxi services such as Grab or Gojek. However, it’s important to note that some areas prohibit online taxis. Local transportations are also available, but are normally way more expensive. If you are the adventurous type, then a popular option is to rent a motorbike. Scoot around rice fields and to waterfalls, the local market and to catch the sunset! Activities - Things to do during your honeymoon in Bali A honeymoon in Bali provides an endless choice of activities. There’s something for every honeymooner. Whether you want to soak up the sun by the beach, lounge on daybeds, wake up in a luxurious private villa, shower under a waterfall or indulge in heavenly massages, you can make your dreamy honeymoon vacation in Bali come true. Accommodation – Where to stay for your Bali honeymoon The best place for lovebirds to stay in Bali is either Seminyak or Canggu. Both destinations provide ocean views, beachfront villas, stylish boutiques, sunset bars, chic restaurants and cafes. If privacy is what you want, then it’s best to rent a private villa in Bali. Thanks to the continuous growth of tourists, Bali is blessed with incredible accommodations for all budgets to choose from. If you are looking for a weekly or monthly villa rental in Seminyak or Canggu, Bali Coconut Living will be happy to assist you. Simply contact the team and our passionate property consultants will be in touch with your shortly.