Located in the heart of Kuta, the 4* Kuta Central Park Hotel offers an easy reach to all the city’s attractions, restaurants and nightlife. Guests can relax by the outdoor pool or use a complimentary private shuttle access to Legian and Kuta Beach. All rooms are equipped with a 32-inch flat screen TV, a safe, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary mineral water supply. The 5* Oceano Jambuluwuk Resort seats right next to the beach in the Northern part of the Gili Trawangan island. Rooms feature private furnished terraces, flat-screen satellite TVs, fridges and electric kettles.
Day 1: Upon arrival at Bali International airport, guests will be transferred to the hotel. After check-in, there will be free time to explore the surroundings.
Day 2: After breakfast, holidaymakers will head towards Bali Tegenungan Waterfall and Temple and explore Monkey Forest on a private tour. The rest of the day will be spent on Serangan Beach, ideal for water sports and activities like banana boat rides, parasailing, flying fish rides, guided Seawalker tours and many more.
Day 3: Day at leisure. Guests will be free to explore the city on their own.
Day 4: After breakfast and check-out, holidaymakers will get transferred to Gili Islands accommodation. After check-in, there will be time to explore the island.
Day 5: Day at leisure.
Day 6: After breakfast and check-out formalities, holidaymakers will be transferred to the airport.
Groupon’s Guide to Bali
Also known as the Island of the Gods, Bali is home to vast white sandy beaches, natural sights and more than 20,000 temples, making this Indonesian province a worldwide destination for leisure seekers, water sports enthusiasts and globetrotters.
A paradise for both expert and beginner surfers, Kuta is a bustling city where Balinese culture blends with outdoor fun, shopping and hearty dining. Traditional arts and crafts can be found throughout the area in the nearby Seminyak and a mixture of privately-run grocery stores are within easy access. For those keen to learn more about marine life and coral reefs, there are plenty of scuba diving sites on the neighbouring Nusa Penida. Tourists arriving on the islands may also indulge in local beach-stall food such as skewers with rice cakes and shredded chicken with sambal and lime.