Welcome to Club Med, on Indonesia's island of grace. Sun, smiles, gentle manners and delicious delicacies await you in an exotically colourful setting for a heavenly Balinese holiday. Immersed in nature and Indonesian culture, Club Med's Bali Resort combines exoticism with Club Med comfort and a generous array of activitites,
Culture on your doorstep
Say Bali and paradise comes to mind! Tee off amid bougainvillea, swim in tranquil waters off a fine, sandy beach, enjoy Balinese cuisine, and have peace of mind knowing children are welcome from 4 months old. Paradise indeed!
Awaken your senses with an all-inclusive stay in Bali
Bali shines and glimmers with endless beauty. Take in the breath-taking views at the rice terraces, discover the majestic Buddhist and Hindu temples, and be welcomed by the warm hospitality of the Balinese people.
During your all-inclusive stay in Bali visit the stunning Lake Bratan, located at an altitude of over 1,200 metres. 2 hours from the Club Med Bali Resort, discover a majestic temple dedicated to the goddess of water that was partially submerged during the crusades. Nearby at the foot of Batukaru volcano, marvel before the Jatiluqih rice terraces and take in the breath-taking panoramic views. Finally, round off your holiday in style with an early-morning climb of Mount Batur and take in the stunning 360 views of the sunrise.
Once the volcanic terrain is behind you, discover another side of the island during your all-inclusive stay in Bali. 2 hours from Club Med Bali Resort, get your active side into gear; rafting in the gorges of the River Ayung, or surfing initiations on Seminyak Beach. The beauty of the ocean isn’t just above the surface! Make the most of your stay in Bali by giving diving a go; be awestruck by the wealth of life on the sea floor in Jemeluk Bay and you'll be sure not to miss home.
Escape even further into the culture of Bali during your all-inclusive stay. At Besakih, discover the role of religion in the daily lives of the Balinese people. From the steps of the most important temple in Hindu religion, gaze over the immensity of this religious complex. Ceremonies and offerings are organised daily. In Bali, cuisine is also at the heart of rituals and culture. Before being eaten, rice is offered to the spirits of the house every day. At the Gianyar Traditional Market, try bebek betutu (duck) or ayam betutu (chicken), Balinese specialities that will unveil many local flavours.