Our honeymoon was a key focus for us, both of us haven’t had more than ten days away together since we met, so we wanted to make sure we did something really special for our honeymoon. So, we decided to have two honeymoons! This is honeymoon part one;
Of course there is so many lovely villas and resorts to stay in Bali, which cater for every style and budget of accommodation, but my highlight from the trip is:
Bambu Indah, which is approximately 15mins from the main centre of Ubud. There are eleven private homes in total, and we were lucky enough to stay in Kolam house. The house is very private, having its own entrance and bale (outdoor dining). We spent hours just relaxing on the veranda, watching the fish in the pond and the doves come and go from the garden. It truly is magical.
I am also a bit of a foodie, so I love how Bambu Indah have their own vegetable gardens and the menu changes to accommodate the seasons. The food is nothing short of spectacular! Even Dan, who isn’t much of a vegetable man was enjoying their vegetables.
The staff are also lovely, very warm and welcoming and always with a big smile. I mentioned when booking that this would be our honeymoon and the staff had gone to so much extra effort and decorated the room with love hearts and messages, we were so touched by this.
Image Credit: Kate Parker Quince and Mulberry Studios
Ms Gingham says: I know Bali is a really popular destination for honeymoons but I love that everyone seems to see Bali in their own way. These tips are excellent Kate! It makes me want to pack my bags right now!
Kate says: “I’m Kate, a photographer living in Brisbane, seeking and photographing people; documenting stories through images. Each picture I take is a piece of my heart; just how I see yours, as I see your story unfolding, piece by piece, frame by frame.”