Discover Bali

Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)
  • Ngurah Rai International Airport, the main airport in Bali, is located 13 km south of Denpasar and 45 km from the resort. Ngurah Rai is the second biggest airport in Indonesia after Sukarno Hatta Airport in Cengkareng Jakarta.
Bali Handara Golf
  • Bali Handara Golf is a mountain golf course. It boasts a world-class golf course in a magnificent setting, cozy hotel and cottage accommodation and a beautiful dining experience.
Leke-Leke Waterfall
  • Leke Leke Waterfall is located in Antapan, Baturiti. It is just a 9 minute drive or half hour walk from the resort. You will find this journey very enjoyable as you pass through local villages and beautiful rice terraces on the way to Leke Leke Waterfall.
Candi Kuning Traditional Market
  • Candi Kuning Market is one of 2 main markets in the Bedugul area of central Bali. The fresh market has rows of stalls selling local farm produce such as flowers and a wide range of tropical fruits and vegetables. You can also find some souvenir shops selling kitsch arts and crafts at rather affordable prices. It’s a nice place to enjoy a local market scene and test your bargaining skills.
Botanical Garden Bedugul
  • Bali Botanic Garden is Indonesia's largest Botanic Garden. Spread across 157 hectares, it contains the island’s biggest collection of wild orchids and receives over half a million visitors each year. The garden is just a 16 minute drive from the resort.
Ulun Danu Beratan Temple & Lake
  • Pura Ulun Danu Beratan, or Pura Bratan, is a major Hindu Shaivite Shiva temple in Bali, Indonesia. The temple complex is on the shores of Lake Bratan in the mountains near Bedugul. The water from the lake serves the entire region in the outflow area; downstream there are many smaller water temples that are specific to each irrigation association.
Jatiluwih Rice terrace
  • Jatiluwih village is located in the district of Penebel in Tabanan Regency. Its rice terraces against the backdrop of Mount Batukaru are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan
  • Located side by side on a plateau in the forested highlands, Lake Buyan and Lake Tamblingan are also known as the Bali Twin Lakes.
Gitgit Waterfall
  • Located in Gitgit Village in the Sukasada District, Munduk, Singaraja, Gitgit Waterfall is known for its height and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Bali. It is accessible by a rocky walking trail and is a 40 minute drive from Angsana Saranam Wellbeing Resort.
  • Ubud is a town located amongst rice paddies, jungles, agroforestry plantations and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar Regency. Promoted as an arts and culture centre, it has developed a large tourism industry. It is a 52 minute drive from Angsana Saranam Wellbeing Resort.
Lovina Beach/Singaraja
  • Lovina Beach stretches along the northwestern side of Bali island, 39 km from Angsana Saranam Wellbeing Resort. It's known for its black sand beaches, coral reefs and dolphins.
Sangeh Monkey Forest
  • Sangeh Monkey Forest in Padangtegal Ubud is the sanctuary and natural habitat of the Balinese long-tailed macaque, Macaca fascicularis. Over a thousand monkeys live in this area. The village's residents view the Monkey Forest as an important spiritual, economic, educational, and conservation center for the village.



Discover Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island known as The Island of the Gods, The Paradise Island or The Island of A Thousand Temples, due to the influence of its majority-Hindu population.

Bali's appeal lies in the sheer natural beauty of its looming volcanoes, hills and mountains, lush rice terraces, rugged coastlines and sandy beaches. The large number of cultural and historical temples and palaces set against breathtaking natural backdrops are some of the attractions that have made Bali the world's top travel destination.

Here at Angsana Saranam Wellbeing Resort in the Bedugul mountains of Bali, you can discover plenty of activities such as trekking, sightseeing, cultural lessons, spa treatments and yoga sessions to enliven and enrich your holiday or staycation.

Best time to visit: Bali experiences only two seasons – the rainy season and the dry season. The best time to visit Bali is between March and October, during the island's dry season.




  • Local Currency

    Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)

  • Local Customs

    Dress appropriately and adhere to Balinese customs when visiting Temples.

  • Electrical Point

    Universal 3 pin plug & 2 pin plug with 220 voltage.

  • Language

    English & Bahasa Indonesia

  • Visa

    Visa-free entry to Bali for stays under 30 days from more than 160 countries.

  • Emergency Number

    For emergency -
    dial 112
    Local SIM -
    dial 0361
    International SIM -
    dial +62 361



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