Once the hunting grounds of the Balinese royal family, the Bukit peninsula in southern Bali is now home to the Bulgari Resort Bali, perched on a promontory more than 150 meters above sea level. The complex is surrounded by walls of bukit stone, a white coral excavated locally, and offers unrivaled views of the Indian Ocean. Nearby are the village of Pecatu and the stunning site of the Pura Luhur Uluwatu Temple. Jimbaran Bay and the airport are about 20 km to the north, while Kuta, one of the island’s main tourist destinations, is just 40 minutes by car.
One of the best place in the world for a honeymoon.