What To Do When It Rains

November 23, 2016

Bali is wonderful in any weather! Don’t let a little rain get you down. There are hundreds of days for beachside lounging, tanning, diving and trekking but on rainy days, you’ll discover a little bit more that this island has to offer. So get cosy, grab a cup of warm tea and curl up for a little bit of rain in paradise.



What To Do When It Rains



Go Shopping




Seminyak is now home to the chic-iest, trendiest and most avant-garde shopping mall this island has ever had the good fortune to host. Seminyak Village, located in Jl. Kayu Aya is newly opened, and provides you a cool, indoor shopping space with a touch of glitz and glam. You’ll find brands like Farah Khan, Lily Jean, MCM, Sensatia Botanicals, Aldo and many more. You’ll also find grooming essentials here like the Spring Spa, Tony & Guy and Vita Luxe Nail Beauty. Hungry? A must-visit is Tiger Palm for authentic and mouth-watering Malaysian delicacies that are second-to-none!





What better way to spend your rainy day then enjoying delicious, to-die-for, world-class cuisines from all corners of the globe. Bali is host to a treasure trove of sumptuous culinary offerings that’ll satisfy even the fussiest eaters! Some of our favourites include IL Lido in Seminyak, La Cucina in Discovery Kartika Plaza Hotel and Metis Lounge in Petitenget. If you want Japanese food, then it’s Benkay Japanese Restaurant at Grand Nikko Bali and Ryoshi in Seminyak. Chinese? Happy Chappy in Petitenget, Golden Lotus at Bali Dynasty and Ru Yi in Awarta Nusa Dua. And for dessert, you can never go wrong with the to-die-for “Textures of Chocolate” at Mozaic Beachclub in Batu Belig.





Why spend an entire day at the spa when it’s bright and sunny outside when you can cosy up in some of the world’s most internationally recognized spas right here in Bali? For a full, top-to-toe spa treatment make a booking at the ultra-modern SOHAM Wellness Centre or the opulent Prana Spa or the Japanese-themed Shinto Spa in Bali Adventure Tours in Ubud. Do bear in mind that every 5-star hotel and villas also offer good spa treatments like The Spa at Samaya, Dala Spa in Alaya Ubud and Alaya Kuta, and Mandara Spa at Grand Nikko Bali and Padma Resort in Legian.If its aesthetic treatments you’re after, Ultimo Aesthetic and Dental Centre on Sunset Road has everything you need!





Stay In




The villas in Bali are uniquely designed; each represents its own soul and character. Most of them come with incredibly luxurious settings, an extraordinary spa and top-notch services. A little bit of rain gives you the chance to just stay in and enjoy the interior of your beautiful villa with your loved ones. Our favourites are Awarta in Nusa Dua, Bali Island Villas and Mahala Hasa in Seminyak, Poppies Cottages in Legian, The Villas at Discovery Kartika Plaza in Kuta and the beautifully designed Joglo-style Villa Berawa in Canggu.


Get Some Culture



This may be the most important and enlightening experience throughout your holiday in Bali. The reason you were attracted to this island in the first place was because of its culture and people. So why not take some time to learn about them? On rainy days like this, you can seize the opportunity to learn Balinese Dancing, or take Balinese Cooking Classes. Other activities include visiting the Museums in Denpasar and Mask Carving in Ubud. There are also traditional shows being held regularly at the Nusa Dua Theatres. So take your pick, get cultured and have fun!


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