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4 Most Stunning Airbnb Accommodation to Stay in While Visiting Bali

Bali is one of the most well-loved vacation spots in the world because of its ability to bring a sense of relaxation and serenity to anyone who visits the place.

It is where magnificent temples, abundant rice fields, and a fantastic culture can be found. Aside from this, Bali is the home of impressive accommodation. From bamboo houses atop mountains to villas on the beach, Bali has it all.

Here are 4 of Bali’s most stunning Airbnbs to stay on your next trip.

Ubud Villa

4 Most Stunning Airbnb Accommodation To Stay In While Visiting Bali

If you choose Bali to experience the tranquillity, then Ubud is the best place to stay. You can find a private Airbnb villa in Ubud that is in the middle of Bali’s exciting jungle and green fields.

This private villa has a unique glass panel wall that permits you to enjoy the warm sunlight and the fantastic scenery outside. Atop this modern-designed villa is an infinity pool with the jungle as its view. You can stay here for a minimum of $80 a night for a maximum of 4 guests.

Bubble Hotel Bali

4 Most Stunning Airbnb Accommodation To Stay In While Visiting Bali
Uluwatu Temple by Aleksandr Zykov is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Why spend a night inside a house with four walls when you can experience a 360-view of Bali under the moonlight with a stunning cliff view? Yes, you can. Bubble Hotel Bali is a one-of-a-kind accommodation where you can sleep and relax inside a bubble. It comes with a comfortable bed, an air conditioning system, and a unique experience.

It is near the Uluwatu Cliffs, so you can sit, relax, and watch the Indian Ocean’s waves crash along the rocks. You and your partner can stay for about $105 per night to enjoy life inside your bubble.

Zen Hideaway

4 Most Stunning Airbnb Accommodation To Stay In While Visiting Bali

If you want a fantastic Bali adventure, be sure to check in at Zen Hideaway. This Japanese themed housing has the perfect location. It is beside the magnificent Mount Agung and the Ubud Valleys. Aside from its zen-inspired architecture and interior, this unique accommodation is famous for its heart-racing swing where you get to see the wonder of the Ubud tropical jungle.

But if you want a close encounter with nature, feel free to take a walk along the nearby rice fields or sit and relax beside a gushing waterfall. You, plus two companions, can enjoy Zen Hideaway for approximately $200 per night.

Dulang Village

4 Most Stunning Airbnb Accommodation To Stay In While Visiting Bali

Located inside the busy streets of the Kuta District, the Dulang Village is your perfect choice to experience peace and relaxation. It is your gateway to unwind along the beach and enjoy the stunning sunset after a long walk. Equipped with a calming garden, seawater swimming pool, and traditional gazebo, anyone can de-stress in this beautiful accommodation.

If you are up for fishing, this astonishing accommodation is near coastal areas where helpful locals will be happy to assist you. For only about $85 for three guests, you can stay in this charming hotel. Oh, did I mention that Dulang Village has an in-house restaurant? Yes, fortunately, you can get to dine and drink in an award-winning international restaurant during your stay.

As Bali is often crowded with tourists, make sure to find secluded areas to enjoy nature and culture. Make sure to dress appropriately as a beachwear is not welcomed in all places; including restaurants and places of worship. Moreso, take extra caution with stray animals. Even though they look harmless, some may have rabies.

Lastly, locals appreciate tourists learning few Bahasa words; like Selamat Pagi (good morning) and Terima Kasih (thank you). Nevertheless, make sure to enjoy, have fun, eat in the best restaurants, and be one with nature on your Bali trip.

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Created and runs the Holiday Point travel brand, incorporating a network of 9 location based travel information and attraction websites around Australia. With 15 years of online experience, Michael not only writes content for the website and is the face of social media, he also tinkers behind the scenes with the website functionality & design.

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