Coming To Bali

Welcome to the Island of the Gods "and Shopping"

Coming to Bali


Now that you have booked your shopping trip to see us, below we have listed some details on where to stay that’s going to be suitable for a business traveller and most importantly the good places you can eat at from a locals perspective.

Where to stay in Bali
The accommodation choices we have listed below all offer a good quiet location for you to be able to do business quietly while you are here in Bali and still choose to be close to everything. Please click on the logos to go directly to their pages. These places all will offer an airport pickup and drop off service.

Lakshmi Villas

With a fabulous setting within the Laksmana enclave and just 500 metres from the beach in Seminyak, this luxurious cul-de-sac of four fully staffed one and two-bedroom villas, each with private pool, is ideally located for exploring Bali’s cosmopolitan hub. A chic one-bedroom apartment can be rented individually or added to the rental of any or all of the other villas if a little extra space is required.

The Colony Hotel

The Colony Hotel is a boutique hotel in Seminyak strategically located in the heart of Seminyak. The hotel is within walking distance to all the fun and iconic destinations that will make your tropical getaway dreams come alive. Book your stylish holiday with The Colony Hotel.
Known for its abundance of chic and fashionable streets, Seminyak offers a fine number of award-winning restaurants and boutiques. Experience a balance of a secluded ambience with The Colony Hotel in Seminyak.

Exotic Hideaways

Book your next island holiday vacation with Exotic Hideaways who have carefully inspected and selected a number of amazing private luxury vacation villas. Each villa is handpicked and regularly re-evaluated to ensure your holiday experience is truly memorable. With over fifteen years of experience, their villa consultants are both knowledgeable and friendly and help to recommend the ideal villa based on your requirements.


If you are like us, you need a really good coffee to start the day, Bali has some pretty awesome coffee shops. We recommend the following parlours:

Revolver Cafe

Pison Coffee

Satu Satu Coffee


Now you are in the Island of the Gods you have also come to foodie’s heaven, as we have some of the best restaurants and chefs from around the globe working here, offering their culinary delights to us. You can eat out 365 days a year here in a different restaurant and still not try them all.

Merah Putih
Indonesian Cuisine

Biku Restaurant
Mixed Western and Indonesian

Modern Asian Cuisine

Modern Casual Dining

Italian Fine dining

Little Ingka
Casual dining Indonesian, Western and Vegan/Vegetarian

What to bring

Bali has 2 seasons annually, wet and dry. June till September is always the best time to come with very low humidity and little or no rain. There is no need for any warm clothing in Bali as our average temperature is between 26-30 Degrees most of the year. February and March are the hottest months (up to the high 30 degrees) and very humid.

Pack light clothing for your shopping days with shorts and short sleeve shirts or cool loose dresses and T shirts as rummaging through old warehouses does get very hot and sticky at times. A hat and sunscreen and mosquito repellent is always handy. Make sure you bring good walking shoes for safety walking through warehouses and shops.

Our car is air conditioned and we always have bottled water on hand as staying hydrated is essential in the hot days.

All the above hotels have excellent WIFI connections and generally offer a laundry service. You are allowed one litre of spirits/wine duty free per person when you come into to Indonesia and we advise you buy before you leave your country as its expensive here.