• a close up of a lush green forest

Bali Beach and Ubud Multi Centre Holiday

Our Bali beach and Ubud multi-centre allows you to experience the best of this beautiful island. Begin with a relaxed break on the tranquil beaches of Bali’s coastline, before heading for the natural landscapes and artsy culture of Ubud. 

The best time to enjoy our Bali beach and Ubud multi-centre is during the dry season, which falls between April and October. The weather is warm and balmy, and there is plenty of sunshine. To escape peak season, travel here in April, May, June or September.  

Begin your Bali multi-centre holiday in Seminyak. Here you’ll find glorious golden sandy beaches lapped by the waves of the Indian Ocean and luxury, upmarket resorts where your every need will be taken care of. Enjoy the carefully designed guest rooms, excellent restaurants, spas and beautiful gardens of your hotel as you enjoy a tranquil break in Bali. If you want to explore, there are shops, Michelin-starred restaurants and temples nearby. 

Next, head to Ubud. You’ll find plenty to explore here. Visit the Ancient Monkey Temple and see friendly monkeys and beautiful bridges, majestic trees and more as you wander through the forest. Art lovers will find plenty for them here, and there are also emerald rice paddies to explore just outside of the town. 


13 days

Guide Price

 €3,269  pp
Best time to go
April to October
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey
Bali Aerial Beach View

Trip highlights

  • Relax on one of Bali’s most beautiful beaches as you listen to the Indian Ocean
  • Explore Ubud’s many art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and the Monkey Temple Forest
  • Enjoy a traditional Balinese massage and indulge in some excellent local dishes
  • See some of Bali’s best temples, including a water temple and a water palace
a sunset over a beach

Seminyak is well known as one of Bali’s most upmarket beach resorts. It’s located on the island’s south west coast and is home to excellent hotels, which offer everything you need for a luxury beach break. It’s a laid back area, with spectacular golden sands to explore, as well as a host of fantastic restaurants.

Foodies should explore the dining scene. Seminyak has everything from exquisite fine dining restaurants in the hotels, to quirky coffee shops and beach clubs. Head to the boutiques for some retail therapy, or book yourself in for a Balinese massage for a truly relaxing experience.

Petitenget Temple, or Pura Petitenget, is ideal for culture lovers. This sea temple was built to ward off forest spirits and features a dragon staircase. It’s peaceful too, with its pretty gardens and views over the pristine Balinese coastline. Stay after closing time to catch one of the island’s best sunset views.

Rice Terraces

Ubud is known as a spiritual and artistic hub, and is located in the heart of Bali. Its high elevation gives it clear air, slightly cooler temperatures and plenty of luscious landscapes to be discovered. The town itself is home to boutiques selling local art, homewares and clothing, some fantastic restaurants and luxury hotels. Spend your days wandering around the many art galleries and art shops, before enjoying a traditional Balinese meal overlooking a temple.

Explorers will find plenty for them in Ubud. There’s the Ancient Monkey Forest, which is home to pretty walkways and temples, as well as plenty of friendly monkeys. Hire a bike and explore the luscious surrounding landscapes, including famous shelving emerald rice paddies in Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Or visit Ubud Market to pick up souvenirs and watch the locals as they haggle for goods.

History lovers can see a range of temples on Ubud’s outskirts. See the Ubud Water Palace, which is home to lotus ponds and some spectacular gardens. Or visit the Elephant Caves, which were thought to have housed Hindu priests and date back to the 11th Century.