Klook Bali deals 2023
Google “best places to go for vacation” and Bali will probably come up. Well, we’re here to tell you that Google is absolutely right. With new chio cafes popping up, countless beaches, and pure live, laugh, love vibes, this tropical paradise is the place to go for the upcoming June holidays.
To make your vacay even sweeter, Klook has released a slew of Bali deals that’ll help you save a tonne. If this sounds like music to your ears, keep on reading to find out more.
Splash around & cool off at Bali’s top waterpark
Pack your swimming trunks and bikinis as you’re about to get wet and wild at the iconic Waterbom Bali (S$40.59/pax), AKA your refuge from the heat. Located accessibly in Kuta, this massive waterpark has been crowned as one of Bali’s best – so you can expect top tier fun here.
The Climax ride – not for the faint of heart.
Rides are aplenty here, including twisty tubes that weave around the surrounding canopy and an extreme 26m free fall slide. For those who lean towards the chiller side of things, not to worry. You can lounge on floats and coast along the Lazy River, or bring your little ones to the giant water playground where there are water cannons, mini slides, and a dunking bucket.
Address: Jalan Kartika Plaza, Tuban, Kecamatan Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Opening hours: 9am-6pm, Daily
Encounter wildlife at Bali Safari & Marine Park
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Animal lovers can make a pitstop at Bali Safari and Marine Park (from S$57.99/pax), where you can get up close and personal with a wide array of land and marine animals.
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Embark on your safari expedition and board the caged tram ride, where you’ll be taken around the park to witness the wildlife in close proximity. Curious cats can also participate in the hand-feeding sessions too. The Klook passes also include tickets for Breakfast with the Lions where – as the name suggests – you’ll be dining right next to these majestic animals.
Address: Jalan Bypass Prof. Dr. Ida Bagus Mantra Km. 19,8 Kecamatan Gianyar, Bali 80551, Indonesia
Opening hours: 9am-5.30pm & 6pm-9pm, Daily
Spice up your night with the Uluwatu Kecak Fire & Dance Show
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Visiting the famed Uluwatu Temple is a must for everyone. And while you’re there, you can catch the Uluwatu Kecak Fire and Dance Show (S$12.89/pax) in the evening. The performance tells the ancient story of Ramayana by incorporating elements of fire and chants by the performers. That’s right, no musical instruments are involved – everything is purely oral.
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Remember to come with a charged camera so you can capture thrilling moments when the cast is circled by flames, and the intricate details of each performer’s costume. Each show lasts for an hour, and you can pick the earlier show timing that coincides with the sunset at around 6pm for a picture-perfect experience.
Address: Jalan Raya Uluwatu, Kawasan parkir Pura Uluwatu Desa Pecatu, Pecatu, Kuta Selatan, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia
Show timings: 6pm-7pm & 7pm-8pm, Daily
Pamper yourself with a spa sesh or try flotation therapy
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No Bali trip is complete till you’ve indulged in a massage. Book a session at Lluvia Spa (from S$28.65/1.5hr), where your sore muscles will be kneaded away. Or, go for something less conventional and try flotation therapy at Solace Float (S$46.69/pax). You’ll basically be floating away all mental and physical tension in a sound- and light-proof private pod. We stan.
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Of course, we’ve got hotel deals for you too. Stay at the IG-famous Hanging Gardens of Bali (S$1,162.29/night), where you’ll get gorgeous views of the surrounding jungle. Their riverside pool villas also come with a private infinity pool so you can go for a swim – or skinny dip, no one’s there to judge – anytime.
Image adapted from: @lovina__ via Instagram, Plataran Hotels
For a more affordable option, consider Plataran Canggu (S$237.95/night) and Plataran Ubud (S$198.65/night). You’ll get an authentic Balinese experience and sights that overlook lush paddy fields – something we don’t get to see much in Singapore. Plus, both Klook packages include a free spa session or cooking class so you’ll be well entertained during your stay.
Amp up your savings with Klook’s Bali deals
Have a go at the Bali Swing for epic views.
Indulge in your inner island gal (or boy) and book a trip down to the Island of the Gods. As you’re planning your itinerary, consider getting the Klook Bali Pass (from S$54.05) to save some cash.
Choose access to up to 7 activities from a total of 20 activity options, including Waterbom, Mount Batur Sunrise Trekking, Ayung White Water Rafting, ATV ride, and the iconic Bali Swing.
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You’ll also need to figure out your transportation. Live out your passenger princess dreams and get a private car charter (from S$32.49/car) so you won’t have to fret about getting a taxi to ulu places.
You can book your Bali SIM card prior to your trip from S$18/8GB, as well as airport transfers so both the driver and SIM card will be ready at the airport and awaiting your arrival. And if you didn’t already know, you can also book hotels on Klook complete with special deals.
Now that you’ve got your itinerary and travel essentials sorted, all that’s left to do is book your ALs and pack your vacay essentials. Go forth and get your tan on!
This post was brought to you by Klook.
Photography by Hui Wen Chan & Doreen Fan.
Cover image adapted from: @dcoedel & @g.pati_ via Instagram
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