Bali is the ultimate romantic destination.
The island is a famous honeymoon spot, with many luxurious, private and intimate accommodations.
Coupled with the sprawling, stunning landscapes, chilled, peaceful atmosphere and tropical luxuries, it is a beautiful spot to spend quality time with your partner.
Valentine’s day in Bali is magnificent.
Anything you can dream up is possible. If you are wanting to plan a surprise proposal, lavish activities or something fun and adventurous, Bali has it all!
Ways to Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day
Show your romantic side and plan some amazing activities for your loved one on Valentine’s Day in Bali!
Dine Beachfront at Azul Beach Club
Celebrate love on Valentine’s Day right on the beachfront at the magical Azul Beach Club. Hosting a special, romantic dinner on V-day, the club’s treehouse will be transformed into an enchanting fairytale with stunning roses, intimate dining seating, and a setting that will make you fall in love all over again. Starting from 7 PM, you can enjoy watching the stars twinkle in the sky as you and your date indulge in a 4-course dinner.
There will also be a unique dinner event under a romantic tent at the Bali Mandira Beach Resort & Spa that’s a little more intimate. Another 4-course dinner awaits where you can enjoy live music and a fantasy evening with your loved one.
Love is most definitely in the air on Valentine’s Day in Bali.
Watch the Sunset
Romantic things don’t have to be fancy and expensive.
Sometimes simple activities, like chasing the sunset with a walk on the beach, is all you need for a romantic time with your partner.
Just you and your loved one, hand in hand, spending time together, with your toes in the ocean, and the magical views of the sky changing color overhead.
Grab a picnic and set up a sarong for a beachside date, or relax in a beach bar with an ice-cold drink. Watching the sunset in Bali is incredibly romantic, not only on Valentine’s Day.
Join an Intensive Couple’s Retreat
Glowing up spiritually, mentally, physically and romantically is a great way to spend your Valentine’s Day in Bali.
Often based in Ubud, with options on tantric sessions, healing and romantic counselling, joining a couple’s retreat will take your relationship to the next level.
Propose in the Air
Nothing screams luxury more than a private helicopter tour around Bali.
Explore the island from above, seeing the huge imposing volcanoes, vast landscapes of rice paddies and magnificent lakes of Ubud.
After a spectacular, unique tour, drop to your knee and propose to your loved one. It’ll be incredibly hard to say no after all that beauty!
Have a Sunset Meal on a Yacht
You’re on an island, surrounded by azure oceans, take advantage of it!
You can dine on your own private boat ride, with a sunset view after a day of fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving, it’s all up to you to arrange and choose.
In Bali, all your luxury dreams can come true – go wild!
Say I Love You in Flowers
Everyone has seen those Instagram posts of the super colorful, intricate flower arrangements in pools.
Often with hearts, statements and romantic imagery, Bali does flower arrangements PERFECTLY!
If you are staying in a private villa, ask the staff for help arranging a special petal setup in the pool confessing your love – or maybe even proposing!
Dine in an Intimate Cave
Looking for something totally out of the ordinary to do with your loved one on Valentine’s Day in Bali?
Check out these amazing cave dinners!
Samabe Bali Suites & Villas is able to setup a romantic, intimate dinner in a naturally formed cave, right on the sand!
Dine with the sounds of the ocean, and a beautiful view of sunset, in your own Aladdin’s cave.
At the Raffles Bali, their cave dining options are fine dining, with a selection of cocktails and champagne.
Show your partner you love them with a totally private, luxurious meal.
Get Romantic Under a Waterfall
Some lovers among us love an adventure. Dinner and flowers won’t cut it.
Get out among nature and explore some of Bali’s most magnificent waterfalls.
Challenge yourself with a trek, or choose one of the easily reached falls to take some beautiful romantic pictures and escape the crowds.
If you want to propose somewhere totally scenic, this would be an EPIC spot!
Enjoy a Sunny Floating Breakfast
Bali has made floating breakfasts a MUST-TRY thing all over the world.
While romantic, it is also a beautiful picture for the ‘gram.
Most villas in Bali, and hotels, will offer some kind of floating breakfast package. In your own private pool, you can nibble pastries, sample local fruits and float alongside your food.
Even not on Valentine’s Day, a floating breakfast is a Bali must!
Share a Kiss While Parasailing
Adrenaline junkies don’t want to miss a chance to get their hearts pumping, even on V-Day.
Take your loved one on a heart pounding experience, flying up into the sky on a couple’s parasailing ride.
Enjoy amazing views of the island as you are pulled in the wind behind a speedboat.
This great tour will take you for the parasailing experience, then around Uluwatu Temple before a beachfront dinner in Jimbaran.
Pamper Yourselves on a Couple’s Spa Retreat
There’s nothing more enjoyable than getting a spa treatment with your partner. You can both be pampered and relax in total peace.
With a lavish setting, spa packages, body massages, exfoliating scrubs, and facials, you can primp using local fresh ingredients.
The atmosphere is so chilled and serene you will be able to relax in no time.
February may still be rainy season in Indonesia, but the rainfall isn’t as crazy as the months before, so it’s safe to say a picnic is totally doable! d
But why stop at a regular ol’ picnic?
Take it to the next level by inviting your loved one for lunch on a boat!
Kamandalu Resort in Ubud is located on a hillside overlooking the Petanu River. They will pack up a tasty picnic feast and send you off down the river in a row boat for a romantic moment with your partner.
Say it with Chocolate
Who can resist chocolate? Especially on Valentine’s Day.
It may be a simple gift, but it’s always a good bet.
On Valentine’s Day in Bali, you have to go that little bit extra. There are lots of local chocolate brand that you can give to your loved one, such as Krakakoa, or Ubud Raw.
Make it even more special by stopping by one of the island’s chocolate factories. Make your own, or buy it straight from the source.
Want to see a different side of Bali? Forget peaceful walks in the jungle, try out speeding through mud paths on an ATV!
Race your loved one on the track, or hop on the back and make the journey together, an ATV tour may just make or break your relationship 😉
Spend an Intimate Night in the Jungle
Get away from the crowds of the city, to stay somewhere truly beautiful and among nature for your Valentine’s Day celebrations.
The Munduk Cabin is an underrated destination in Bali, far from the hustle and bustle.
It’ll be just you and your loved one, enjoying all the pampering modern amenities and unparalleled views.
Join a Couple’s Cooking Class
Spice up your relationship with some spicy dishes – home cooked!
There’s no quicker way to a person’s heart than through their stomach. Really impress your loved one with your skills in the kitchen at a Balinese cooking class.
As well as being able to have a romantic moment together, you can take your skills home to impress your friends.
For couples with the love language of quality time and giving gifts, attending a jewelry making class together is a great way to spend Valentine’s Day in Bali.
Create your own design, and have the talented teachers show you how to make it a reality.
Did I hear engagement ring?!
Have a Ghost Moment in a Pottery Class
If you are thinking about giving a handmade gift, try out a pottery class in Bali.
Spend several hours making beautiful pottery with your partner, recreating those saucy moments from ghost whilst creating something beautiful.
You don’t need to be an expert to do it, pottery with an unusual shape can be a special reminder of the time spent together when making it.
Valentine’s Day in Bali doesn’t need to be all about the couples.
Even if you are single you can celebrate!
Have a special date solo, or grab some other single friends for a day of pampering at the spa, walking on the beach and sipping cocktails.
Who said singles need to be sad on V-Day?!
Red roses, boxes of chocolates and a teddy bear are cute and all, but Valentine’s Day in Bali – nothing can beat it!
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