We all know that Bali oozes romance. For decades, honeymooners flock to celebrate their love because it’s just arguably the place to be.

Spa treatments, leisurely walk on the beach, and of course romantic dinner can give you all the fuzzy feelings when it’s done in the island. But the best part about romantic spots in Bali is (especially dinner), that it is more than a bottle of wine, a whitle clothed table with candle light, and rose petals underneath.

Here’s some of our favourite ones that has brought romance to a whole new level (some, literally!)

2. Dine in the Bird Nest at La View Restaurant

First and foremost, this is not for the faint of heart! La View Restaurant is a charming split-level setting with outdoor terrace for intimate wining and dining with a menu of gourmet cuisine that transcends South East Asia with a distinct French infusion. One of their most romantic spot is the Bird Nest. This unique natural setting allows you to enjoy the views of Ayung River Valley underneath your feet.
 Dinner is served in two sessions: there’s the 6 pm shift and the 9 pm shift. But it is also super romantic to surprise your loved ones with a great breakfast here too.

Kupu Kupu Barong Villas Ubud| Kedewatan P.O. Box 7 Ubud| Call: +62 361 975478

2. Lunch on a Boat at Kamandalu Resort

Kamandalu got its name from the sacred Sanskrit that refers to a vessel that holds holy water. This holds a deep spiritual meaning because one must breakaway from attachments of the physical world and purify himself of self-desire. With this being said, what better ways to celebrate your love than a romantic picnic lunch as you drift along the gentle waters of our lagoon in a tropical garden setting by the boat. They have two menu options that you can choose from. The lunch package starts at 12.00 and valid for two hours.

Kamandalu Resort|Jl. Raya Andong, Banjar Nagi, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar| Call: +62 361 975825

3. Dinner in a cave at Samabe Bali

It couldn’t get any more private than this. It’s just you, your loved one and the sea. The Samabe Cave dining by the beach is the most popular place for romantic dinners by the beach of Samabe Bali located in the Nusa Dua area. You and your loved ones will never forget this night, as you walk down the stairs to the beach into a fairyland lit by hundreds of lanterns & candles! The cave is a part of not less famous Samabe Bali Suites & Villas. You will enjoy a 4 courses mouth-watering seafood & prime cut BBQ. The Samabe Cave dining starts at 18.00 and closing at 22.30 pm.

Samabe Bali Suites & Villas|Barong – Barong Sawangan, Jl. Pura, Jl. Raya Nusa Dua Selatan| Call: +62 361 846 8633

4. Dinner in a bamboo nest at Padma Resort Ubud

Padma Resort Ubud itself is already a romantic place. Its seclusion by being hidden in nature, the beautiful fog that came in the morning and at the starry night… The resort is just breathtaking. But things can even be more enchanting in this place, especially for couples. Try the Bale Bamboo Dinner and you can celebrate love in a utopian feel. Enjoy delectable menu of a five course set with a glass of wine for each and just soak yourself in all the dreamy ambiance. This dinner is priced IDR 1,780,000 ++ / couple.

Padma Resort Ubud Banjar Carik, Desa, Puhu, Payangan| Call: +62 361 301 1111

5. Dinner with your personal story at The Bridges

Sure, The Bridges in Ubud is located in a romantic spot already. But, it is their love locks that makes the whole Bridging Romance package comes alive. Inspired by the love locks ritual spreading around the world, bridges placed a love tree by the old romantic bridge of Tjampuhan. Express your love and make your promise to each other in the beautiful and historical town of Ubud. You can arrange to have the engraved padlock with your names for an everlasting love. Follow them with a great dinner, whether its a la carte or the rainbow and Richmond Bridge set. Then you can also order roses and sparkling wine to make the evening even more unforgettable.

The Bridges Bali| Jl. Raya Campuhan, Sayan, Ubud| Call: +62 361 970095

 

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