Bali is a small Indonesian island famous for its lush tropical rainforests, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. Otherwise known as the “Island of the Gods,” Bali’s lush natural resources provide the perfect backdrop for its deep spirituality and unique culture.
While we believe everyone should fly over and visit the beautiful destination, here are four places that look like Bali in the Philippines that you can visit for now:
Cintai Corito’s Garden is a place to celebrate affection and relationships – after all, Cintai is an Indonesian word for “love.” Just two hours from Manila, Cintai Corito’s Garden promises uncrowded beaches and a relaxing atmosphere.
Along with the lush greenery, are various Bali-inspired statues, too. Here, you get to experience the popular mantra “Eat, Pray, and Love.”
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This magnificent tourist spot is located inside Loreland’s Resort. Climbing is the only way you’ll get to Luljetta’s – but trust us when we say that it’s well worth it.
The package you pay here is divided into 3 phases: Phase 1 includes the the massage area and the fish spa; Phase 2 features the hydropool; and Phase 3 offers the breathtaking infinity pool.
Back in Laiya, Batangas, Acuatico Beach Resort boasts of its Balinese-accented rooms. Aside from the facade, it also markets its capacity to provide the utmost privacy for guests, its high-class amenities and heartfelt service.
There’s a reason why the resort has been awarded the Tripadvisor’s Travelers Choice Award year, after year. We could tell you more, but best you head over yourself to figure out why.
Renowned for its sandy beaches and palm trees, Boracay plays hosts to several beach-front pagodas that are hidden behind several plants and flowers. All of these pagodas are part of the Bali-inspired resort, Nigi Nigi Nu Noos.
Not only can you relax and get a massage, but there are several outdoor activities that you can do, as well: parasailing, zorbing, jet ski-ing and more.
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