5 Luxurious and Cool Wedding Venues in Bali

 

Bored with the same wedding theme? Want to create unforgettable moments not only for you but also for your invited guests? Looking for ideas to appeal to your parents or future in-laws, who are leaning toward big wedding ideas that you don't like?

Holding a wedding on the island of Bali might be a solution for you. Here are ideas to make your wedding in Bali luxurious and cool.

Where are the best wedding venues in Bali? We recommend 5 Luxurious and Cool Wedding Venues in Bali

 

1. Wedding Ceremony at Infinity Chapel, The Conrad Bali, Nusa Dua

The Condrad Bali

Located on the coast of Nusa Dua, about 30 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), Conrad Bali presents more options for an extraordinary Indian Ocean beach vacation. Discover the manicured lawns, fragrant frangipani gardens, and cascading waterfalls of this 358-room Balinese resort, offering an attractive backdrop for your next event. Choose from rooms with ocean views, Conrad suites with their own infinity pool, or Conrad Pool Villas with private plunge pools, sun terraces, and outdoor bathtubs. Enjoy the luxury of staying longer or arriving early: The Reflection Lounge, equipped with a shower, refreshments, and WiFi connection, serves as an extended stay. Before leaving the resort, indulge in a Jiwa Spa massage, yoga practice, or the last bite of delicious food at RIN's restaurant.

The Conrad Bali is perfect for holding a wedding on the island of Bali. The triangular shape of the roof symbolizes the union of men and women with the Almighty, while the marble floor juts into the ocean, standing firmly 2 meters above sea level. With a maximum capacity of 300 guests, the chapel allows you to have a private wedding ceremony — allowing you to share happiness with only those you want.

 

2. Traditional Balinese Wedding Blessing at Kupu-Kupu Barong, Ubud

kupu - kupu barong

Kupu Kupu Barong Ubud is a luxury accommodation in the lush greenery of Ubud. It features a full spa and restaurant and offers large villas with sweeping views of the tropical landscape. It also has an outdoor swimming pool and provides free Wi-Fi, free parking, and free tea every afternoon.

The luxury villas at this accommodation are furnished with traditional Balinese decorations that respect nature. Each villa is spacious and equipped with a TV and DVD player. Certain villas have a private plunge pool with forest views. 

For those of you who only want a wedding that only contains a blessing ceremony, Kupu-Kupu Barong, Ubud, offers you a traditional Balinese ceremony. A pedanda (Hindu ruler) will bless your marriage, accompanied by two gamelan players and two little girls in traditional clothes who will bring you flowers. Above you caress coconut leaves and the smell of incense. Unless you're Hindu or married to a Balinese, you can't get married in a temple — a traditional Balinese ceremony at a hotel is the best bet for you.

 

3. Beachside Wedding Ceremony at Cloud Nine Chapel, St. Regis Resort, Nusa Dua

St Regis

The Cloud Nine Chapel was specially built facing the emerald blue sea of St. Regis Resort, Nusa Dua, and is surrounded by four fountains that give an aura of serenity. In this luxurious villa built adjacent to the chapel, you and your guests can also have a lot of fun: eating canapés before a formal dinner or enjoying a bottle or two of champagne before the ceremony. The wedding package at Cloud Nine includes a stay at the Strand Villa, a luxury suite on St. Regis with a private pool and beach plot.

 

4. Cliff Edge Wedding Party at Alila Villas, Uluwatu

Alila wedding

The next wedding idea in Bali is in Uluwatu, precisely on the edge of a cliff. With a maximum guest capacity of only 50 people, Alila is ideal for those of you who really attach importance to the solemnity of the ceremony and the closeness of the atmosphere at your party.  You can tie the knot as the sun slips across the Indian Ocean horizon, then entertain your guests in the 3,000 square meter courtyard of the villa where you and your wife or husband will stay for three nights afterward. As far as the eye can see, you will see the rows of Uluwatu steep cliffs washed by brave waves.

 

5. Wedding Reception at Garuda Wisnu Kencana

Gwk Wedding

This place, which is more famous as a cultural park, actually functions as a wedding venue, and this is ideal for those of you who want a wedding as big as a typical Indonesian wedding. GWK will fill your wedding with traditional Balinese dances, live ridik music, lit by lanterns, and majestic limestone cliffs. That's a recommendation or idea for a place to get married on the Island of the Gods, Bali. Various beautiful places in Bali can be used as references for wedding receptions.

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Last changed Aug 23 2022 at 1:00 PM o'clock

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