Nusa Dua is Bali’s ‘all-inclusive’ type of beach resort. It has an incredible collection of world-class, international-chain hotels facing a pristine beachfront. Thanks to the well-planned layout of the Nusa Dua tourism complex, you have an upmarket shopping complex, superb facilities and manicured gardens that seamlessly blend in with a luxurious 18-hole golf course – all within a short walk from your hotel.


Although Nusa Dua is Bali’s most developed resort area, you can still find cultural attractions here. These range from temples, a museum housing arts and artefacts from Indonesia and the Pacific, and unique natural landmarks around its scenic peninsula. Dreamy beachfront settings overlooking clean white sand beaches make Nusa Dua an idyllic place for honeymooners. Some resorts feature great kids’ clubs, making Nusa Dua an ideal beach destination for families.


The best times to visit Nusa Dua for ideal weather are

May 21st to October 28th based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).  During this month, the average temperature starts off at 27°C (81°F) with low rainfall and high humidity.



VOLTAGE: 220 Volts, 50Hz. Electrical plugs are two-pronged ‘Europlug’ type.


Pack up your flip flops as they would be your best friends throughout the trip, along with swimwear/ beachwear as per your requirement. Don't forget light cotton tees and shorts as they would be comfortable due to the climatic conditions of Bali. Also sunglasses and a hat or a scarf is a must, along with a bottle of sunscreen and mosquito repellent.

It's also important to bring a light jacket as the ballroom might be cold.

The Awards Gala Dinner dress code is Glamorous Red Carpet so get creative!

The Currency Unit in Bali, as in the rest of Indonesia, is the Indonesia Rupiah. The currencies that are most widely and easily accepted are the US dollar and the Indonesia Rupiah. (USD 1 = IDR 14,000)
If you are arriving from a foreign country, you should change some of your currency into Rupiahs at the airport or at the nearest money exchange where you are offered the best rates of exchange.
ATM and credit cards are another convenience. You can use them to withdraw cash from available ATMs in the city and the resort.
Tipping is generally not practiced, though in more touristy areas, tips could be expected.
By Air:

Bali is well connected by airline services to most major cities in Indonesia. All flights, national and international, to and from Bali, operate from the Ngurah Rai International Airport in Kuta, another area of Bali Island.


Ngurah Rai International Airport, is the main airport in Bali, located 13 km south of Denpasar. Ngurah Rai is the second busiest airport in Indonesia after Soekarno–Hatta International Airport in Jakarta. The airport is located in Tuban between Kuta and Jimbaran and is close to the tourist locations of southern Bali; the resort center of Kuta is 2.5 km north of the airport. The capital of Bali, Denpasar, is located nearby. Most international airlines will fly into this airport.


Business Visa:

Nationals of 169 countries can visit Bali visa-free (for 30 days), while Visa on Arrival applies for others at USD 35 (extendable once). 

Tap water is not potable; ice in drinks at established bars, hotels and reputable restaurants are usually safe.
In case of emergencies, dial 110 for police and 118 for ambulance.