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Heaven on Earth - Four Seasons Sayan Bali

Updated: Mar 5, 2023

Day 52 & 53 of 164 Days Around the World Cruise.

We are in Bali Baby!

We have traveled around the world and have stayed in many amazing resorts, but the Four Seasons Sayan in Bali is over the top. So beautiful, so peaceful, so welcoming, so aromatic, so romantic… perfect.

The Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, located in Ubud, is a luxurious five-star hotel nestled in the heart of Bali's lush rainforest. The resort is designed to provide guests with a tranquil and immersive experience of Bali's natural beauty, culture, and spirituality.

The hotel offers a variety of luxurious accommodations, including private villas and suites with stunning views of the surrounding rainforest and river. Each room is decorated in a traditional Balinese style, with handcrafted furnishings and unique artwork.

One of the highlights of the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is its stunning infinity pool, which offers breathtaking views of the rainforest and valley below. The resort also features a world-class spa, offering a range of traditional Balinese treatments and therapies, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Guests can also enjoy a range of activities and experiences offered by the resort, including traditional Balinese cooking classes, guided hikes through the rainforest, and cultural tours of nearby temples and villages. The hotel also offers a range of dining options, including Indonesian and international cuisine served in a variety of stunning settings, from a riverside terrace to a candlelit cave.

Overall, the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan is a stunning and luxurious hotel that offers guests an immersive and authentic experience of Bali's natural beauty, culture, and spirituality. Whether you're looking to relax and unwind in a tranquil setting or explore the rich culture and traditions of Bali, this hotel is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Ubud.


Bali is famed for its spiritual culture. Known as the "Island of the Gods," Balis main religion is Balinese Hinduism and it is celebrated with pride throughout the country; with more than 10,000 temples across the island,

processions of joyful locals can be seen daily as they attend temple ceremonies leaving a scattering of flower-

petals in their wake. Participants are required to cover their shoulders with a selandang, and a sarong around their

waist. Local market stalls display an array of colorful batik designs, as well as skillfully carved ornaments and handicrafts.

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