The Elysian

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Part of the beautiful Indonesian island is The Elysian, an epitome of boutique luxury in Bali. Located in the popular area of Seminyak in its own private enclave, The Elysian provides the perfect laid back and simply relaxing halal getaway with their luxurious villas.

Perfect for Muslim honeymooners or those looking for a romantic and luxurious holiday away from the everyday hustle and bustle, The Elysian give the luxury of seclusion in your very own villa with a private pool and tropical garden while being pampered with the services of a hotel.

Your villa is equipped with everything you would expect from an exclusive hotel with some additional hi-tech touches. The architecture blends contemporary style with the beauty of Balinese traditions and tropical living, using stone and wooden materials that embrace the buildings and walkways. You will feel miles away from the busy streets, and you’re only  walking distance to one of Bali’s most popular beaches, and just minutes from the heart of vibrant Seminyak.

Enjoy the most of this halal friendly escape complete with all your needed amenities and extra features such as halal dining options and delicious cuisines, alcohol free villas, mosques nearby to discover and pray in, and all the extra luxurious in and out room additions that will make your stay a simply breathtaking and relaxing holiday.

From £2,199 per person
based on two people sharing
Includes
  • Return flights from London to Denpasar, Bali
  • 7 nights at the 5* The Elysian in a Pool Villa
  • Daily Breakfast
  • Return transfers from the airport to the resort

Valid for travel from February to November (supplements may apply during Easter and in July and August).

Alternative dates are available throughout the year at a supplement. Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking.

Email us at mail@serendipity.travel or call
0203 397 4397 for more information.

Treat yourself to a sunny halal friendly destination and enjoy the beauties Indonesia has to offer. With delicious Indonesian cuisines to try, various famous landmarks and historical sites to visit, and plenty of colourful and lively festivals to get you in the mood͛, Indonesia is the perfect holiday getaway for those looking to explore a completely different culture and discover parts of Indonesia that not many get to explore.

Flight time from the UK: Approximately 14 hours and 30 minutes to 15 hours via direct flight.

Local languages: The official language of Indonesia is Indonesian, however English is widely understood and spoken to a conversational level.

Best time to visit: Indonesia enjoys a tropical climate providing most of the year with hot and humid temperatures. If you͛re looking to avoid the monsoon season then the best time to travel would be between the months of May and September when the weather is dry and sunny.

Visa requirements (for British passport holders) British passport holders can enjoy up to 30 days in Indonesia without a visa. For those that are looking to stay longer, you must apply for a visa before you travel or purchase one upon arriving in Indonesia.

Events and Festivals:

Baliem Valley Festival – Celebrated in August, this festival is all about history and culture, the perfect time for the locals to remember their roots. Held by the various local tribes, the celebration expresses how war is not a just a conflict but also a symbol of fertility and prosperity. The main event is the mock-war between the local tribes, with more than 20 different tribes coming together in traditional clothing and fighting gears. There are also side performances and attractions of local traditional games, dances and local food showcase.

Jalan Jaksa Festival – Taking please in the capital of Jakarta, this celebration which happens around July/August is a lively celebration where you͛ll find the streets and replaced with food stalls, craft workshops, street artists and musicians.

Bali Arts Festival – Perfect for art lovers, the Bali Arts Festival takes place for a full month between Jun and July. Daily performances in Bali can be expected such as arts exhibitions, dances, food and other cultural offerings.

Which airport will you fly in to: Your airport of arrival will depend on where in Indonesia you are travelling to. Indonesia͛'s biggest international airport is Soekarno–Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, however many airlines fly direct into Denpasar Bali.

Must try food:

Beef Rendang - originating from Padang, Sumatra, Beef Rendang is somehow similar to beef curry but without the broth, and it͛s slowly cooked to ensure the beef is as tender as can be. Pandang food is famous for its spiciness and richness in flavor making it a must try when in Indonesia.

Nasi Rawon – this dish is another beef dish however it has a nutty flavor. Nasi Rawon has a deep, black color from the use of keluak nut giving it a rich flavor. This dish is served with a bowl of rice.

Sweet Martabak – a delicious sweet dessert to sweeten up your stay. Sweet martabak is Indonesian version of a pancake. Martabak however is only sold in the evenings, making it the perfext treat to the end of a busy day. Depending on your preference, you can choose mix fillings from chocolate, cheese and peanuts.

Must do experience:

Visit Tanah Lot Temple – Probably the islands most iconic temple, Tanah Lot Temple is perched top of a huge rock, and surrounded by the sea with waves constantly crashing on to its base. As among Bali's most important sea temples, Tanah Lot pays homage to the guardian spirits of the sea. The temple serves as foreground to the most picturesque sunsets making it a must visit when in Indonesia, and the perfect location for a photograph.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces, Ubud - Ubud is famous for its scenic expanses of rice fields. Here tourists will witness scenic views of the famous rice friends as they enjoy roadside stalls and art shops offering items of all kinds of thing lining the streets. Small restaurants also welcome guests with delicious meals and great views which you can enjoy while dining.

Explore Bali Safari and Marine Park – Perfect for a day out, why not explore Bali͛s Safari and Marine Park. The park is Bali͛s largest animal theme park and is home to over 60 species all roaming freely within their enclosures built to closely mimic their natural habitats. Bus safaris are available to take visitors on tours 'around the animal world'. You͛ll also get to enjoy beautiful aquariums holding exotic fish specimens.