With the staggering mountain views, verdant paddy fields, and ethereal beaches, who wouldn’t dream to say the I-do’s in Bali? The magical Bali is hands down one of the much sought-after wedding destinations in Indonesia. And the perks of celebrating your wedding in Bali are many, think traditional Balinese massages, Indonesian wilderness, and cultural immersions.
From cliff-top resorts to intimate beachfront villas, check out these intimate wedding destinations in Bali below:
Viceroy Bali- Wedding Venue with views over Paddy Fields and Verdant Gorge
Majestically nestled above the valley of kings, and surrounded by scenic landscapes, the Viceroy Bali offers you luxurious thatched villas with private swimming pools. Just 10 minutes away from the cultural town of Ubud, this little piece of paradise invites the most discerning guests yearning for an absolute blessed holiday.
The 5-Star resort offers bespoke wedding packages, where you can include a Balinese traditional dance performance. Stay at one of the luxurious villas with heated private pools dotted down on a steep path overlooking the gorgeous Petanu River gorge. Ensconce yourself comfortably in one of the opulent and spacious villas consisting of a large bedroom, living room, and a marble bathroom, where you can enjoy an indulging petal bath. One of the key features of the resort is the Balinese pavilion perched over the private outdoor pool offering an incredible view of the lush green area.
Some of the facilities of the resort include the main infinity pool, air-conditioned gym, a boutique, a helipad, and the Lembah spa with a full list of rejuvenating treatments. Don’t miss to try some of the scrumptious dishes at the award-winning Cascades restaurant facing a spectacular nature view. End your day with a chilled cocktail by the pool, while contemplating the dusky sky-a a blessed retreat indeed!
The Legian Bali – Beachfront Wedding Venue
If the turquoise blue ocean is what you are looking for, then you can’t miss The Legian Bali. This luxurious beachfront resort is situated along the long stretch of the white sandy beach of Seminyak-an upscale resort area of southern Bali.
Whether you are interested in taking your vows at the sublime stretch of the beach backed by an incredible landscape or right in the midst of a lush green garden with beautiful fountains, and a three-tiered swimming pool extending to the beachfront, The elegant Legian Bali knows well how to bring the best of your wedding experience.
The property consists of different categories of accommodation, notably: Studio, Deluxe, Specialty, and Two Bedroom Suites, a Three-Bedroom Beach House, and Private Villas with their personal butlers and private swimming pools. They are all styled with a harmonious blend of Balinese and contemporary décor, which is portrayed through the dark wood furniture contrasting with the white walls, comfy sofas, parquet floors, artworks, and lavish amenities.
Bulgari Resort: Cliff-top Wedding venue in Bali
Perched on a 150-meter cliff in the south-western tip of the Bukit Peninsula close to the Uluwatu Temple and surfing hotspot, Bulgari Bali is set in unspoiled surroundings faced by a stunning ocean vista.
Whether you prefer to take your vows at The Bvlgari Mansion or La Terrazza, Bulgari Resort goes to the next level when it comes to offering majestic wedding venues
Choosing Bulgari Resort means leaving behind all the tropes associated with Bali, notably the hubbub of the streets and the crowded nightclubs (which you would normally expect). Here, things get really calm, and chilled-out. Soak up the balmy breeze of the Indian Ocean at the infinity pool or glide down the cliff on the hotel’s own private funicular to find yourself on a deserted patch of beach, the resort makes a strong claim for being the most secluded and indulging one out there. For a fact, its elevated location (on the tip of the Bukit Peninsula) makes it more enticing, especially when you know it’s a Bulgari Resort-where Italian and Indonesian architecture melds together to give the best sojourning experience.
Thanks to the genius work of Antonio Citterio who added a rustic-chic touch: hand-hewn volcanic stones, bamboo roots, and bangkiray wood to create an eco-luxe setting to go with a pinch of exotic vibe. For a cultural experience, the Sankar serves local flavors, while the II Ristorante gives guests an Italian treat-think of the delicious risotto carnaroli with crab. And in the evening, enjoy the Kecak fire dance at the Uluwatu Temple.