Top 10 Reasons to Go to Bali

You now have access to three resorts in Bali: Club resort Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali in the southwest, Associate Resort Wyndham Tamansari Jivva Resort Bali on the east coast and Ramada Bali Sunset Road Kuta in the heart of the island’s capital.


The mercury may be falling in the southern hemisphere, but it is not in Bali. The temperature remains temperate throughout the year in this island paradise, with average highs ranging between 29 and 33 all year around and nights staying a pleasant 22 to 23 degrees. From the soft white sand and limestone cliffs of Dreamland to the iconic Kuta Beach, to black sand beaches on the less-explored east coast, there’s a beach for every taste in Bali. With world-class breaks all around the island, Bali is a surfer’s paradise. If you’re heading east, include Keramas on your itinerary, while Dreamland Beach is ideal for the novice surfer during high tide and well-suited to advanced surfers at low tide. Nearby Padang Padang and Uluwatu are also good for experts.
You can live like royalty in Bali and it won’t break the bank. Pick up a Heineken pint for the equivalent of AU$5.10 or NZ$5.56 at Wyndham Dreamland Bali’s Ulu Bar or a salmon fillet for as little as AU$17 or NZ$18.54 at Wyndham Jivva Bali’s Bumbu Restaurant. Bali provides diverse and appetising experiences for the tastebuds. Try bebek betutu (slow roasted duck in Bali spices) at the Jivva Beach Club, traditional nasi goreng at Rayunan Restaurant at Dreamland, or pick from an endless range of local dishes from the many street vendors in Kuta. Bali has its own distinct style of music, dance and art evident in the design of manicured gardens and the architecture of the landmarks over the island. The famous Uluwatu temple’s a perfect example of Balinese flair and vision, while the Kecak dance that takes place nearby with human vocals for accompaniment showcases the talent locals possess.
Bali is famous for its diverse religious landmarks from a variety of faiths: temples, shrines, monasteries and even churches. The Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, which will eventually feature one of the world’s tallest statues, indicates the importance given to faith by the Balinese. The exchange rate makes shopping a must-do in Bali and there are diverse boutiques to peruse in most major centres. The key hubs include Kuta, Denpasar, Kerobokan, Seminyak, Ngurah Rai and Ubud. Make sure you leave room spare in your suitcase – and check what you can and can’t bring back!  Waterbom - this lively water park has rides for all ages and is guaranteed to give you a day of thrills, spills and splashing. Waterbom also has restaurants, a food court and a swim-up bar so you have plenty of opportunity to refuel.
The trio of resorts available to owners have a wide range of features and facilities. Enjoy a treatment at Tirta Spa and wellness centre at Wyndham Jivva Bali, sip a drink at rooftop swim-up pool bar at Ramada Bali Sunset Road, or work up a sweat in the yoga studio at Wyndham Dreamland Bali. Make sure you leave a couple of days to see what your resorts offer!

Just steps from Dreamland Beach and nestled among luxurious beach clubs and championship golf courses, Wyndham Dreamland Resort Bali is a beautiful sanctuary located in a secluded area of Pecatu, two kilometres from Uluwatu Temple.

This relaxing resort offers everything you need to unplug and unwind, including two swimming pools, one children’s pool, a fitness centre, multiple dining options, a full-service spa and wellness centre with a yoga studio.

Ramada Bali Sunset Road is perfectly positioned for you to conveniently access a wide array of experiences. See where tourism began in Bali at Kuta Beach, mingle with the locals at the night market, get close to majestic beasts at the Bali Safari and Marine Park or enjoy a day of excitement at Waterbom Park.

Alternatively, you might choose to stay and enjoy the excellent resort facilities, which include a restaurant and bar, lagoon-style pool, lap pool, rooftop pool, poolside bar, free Wi-Fi, health club, spa and massage treatments and plenty of event space

Discover a tropical paradise on the black sands of the eastern coast of Bali, Indonesia at Wyndham Jivva Bali. Nestled in a lush landscape along the crystal-clear blue waters of the Bali Sea, off the Indian Ocean, this spectacular beachfront resort features locally inspired rooms, with a modern design of Indonesian inspiration. 

Whether you are looking out at the crashing waves on Lepang beach or resting on a lounge chair by the pool, you will feel refreshed by the tranquil atmosphere of this breathtaking Bali location. Take in sunsets with a delicious signature cocktails in hand as the hum of waves divert you.