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Romantic Things To Do in Bali This February

Are you bringing your true love to Bali this Valentine’s? You may have booked a special Month of Love Package in Legian Beach Hotel and want to spend this special day in unique places where you can spend those lovey dovey moments as a couple. Look no further cause we already list couple of things you can do in Bali this February!

  • Customise And Make Your Own Jewellry
    Bali is home to many master gold- and silversmiths. They pass these skills down their family line and are also very generous in sharing their silver jewellery-making skills to travellers.
  • Wish Upon The Great Banyan Tree
    Make a wish for everlasting love at the Giant Banyan Tree in the Gesing Village in the North of Bali. This 700-year old tree has an incredible 85-foot height. The locals believe this tree has spirits that inhabit its branches. They say whatever wish you make at the tree it will come true! Really doesn’t get any more romantic in Bali than this you shouldn’t miss. There are other smaller Bayan Trees to be found all around Bali, just ask the locals in case you cannot tell them apart.
  • Express Your Love on Valentine's Day by Making Chocolate Together
    Exchanging chocolate is a traditional way to express love, but want to do something more unique? Make chocolate together! You can do just that at the Pod Chocolate Factory. The tour will bring you and your loved one round to harvesting, roasting and crushing cacao, as well as making different-shaped chocolate bars, while tasting raw and roasted cacao beans and Pod’s chocolate variants.
  • Find hidden beauty with the beauty by your side – Chill out at unknown beaches
    As an island, Bali is naturally known for its beach life and activities. But with the influx of tourists, mainstream beaches such as the Kuta beach are already overflowing with people.
    So if you’re after a bit of peace and quiet (note: intimate time with your partner without a noisy crowd), it’s time to head on to Bali’s various hidden beaches that, thankfully, have yet to gain the notice of many. If you’re fond of shell collecting at beaches, Gunung Payung, Tegal Wangi or Nyang-nyang are hidden beaches in south Bali that will cater to your needs. And if you’re looking for something even more out of this world, head to Green Bowl beach, where you can find hundreds of bats sleeping in the many beachside caves.
  • Mt. Batur Hiking - Watch The Sunrise At The Peak Of The Volcano
    The traditional paths tend to get crowded and not-so romantic. So if you’d like to avoid the crowds, take a private route that avoids the crowds.An early morning (3AM!) pick-up is followed by a drive and a trek up the volcano under the starry sky. The reward is a majestic sunrise above the clouds at the summit which is one of the most beautiful sights you will ever see.
  • Serenity and Scenery – Tamblingan Lake
    Near the town of Singaraja lie Tamblingan (and Buyan) Lake. Kept largely untouched, Tamblingan Lake, which means spiritual medicine, is a great place to visit if you’re looking for a place of serenity and stunningly scenic views. Apart from that, it’s also a pretty popular place for pre-wedding photography. While you might not be here to get your photos taken, romance does await at Tamblingan Lake.