Staff here are generally friendly and approachable. Wonderful cloth-free experience during my stay here. Food was good. Everything is good except for the little challenge of the 3-hour car ride from airport. I can't compliment this place enough. This was my girlfriend and I'd first naturist experience and it was absolutely wonderfully. Not only the staff but the other residents made this an amazingly comfortable experience for first timers. I've never felt so free and had such a hard time leaving We ended up staying an extra day. We made many friends since everyone was so social and welcoming. Also surprisingly, the food was wonderful.
Bali Hotels and Places to Stay
Knowing what not to do in Bali can be as useful as knowing what to do. In fact, knowing how to keep yourself safe and keeping your behavior acceptable to locals will go a long way in ensuring you have a great holiday in Bali. Some parts of Bali has gotten a bit of a reputation as a party city. Drug trafficking, possession or consumption is a serious crime that some visitors take too lightly. Bali clamps down hard on drugs, and if you are in any doubt of this, do know that Bali has recently sentenced a 56 year old British woman to death for drug trafficking. You might think that it is safer to buy drugs locally, but it is not.
Because life is better without clothes
It is actually not legal to go nude on the beaches of Bali. It is possible though, but is it worth the risk? This beach is probably the most famous beach in Bali. Kuta is a beautiful crescent-shaped beach, which is only about a ten-minute drive from the Denpasar airport. Many people say to Kuta Beach is the best in the world. On the beach, the atmosphere very cosy and topless bathing and similar are usually not a big problem. A sunset at Uluwatu Beach is one of the most beautiful sights in the world, and there are many local cafes in the area.
You neglect to mention the obvious conclusion. Avoid Bali entirely! It just winds up in another pile somewhere else. Thanks for your comment Pete. We completely agree when it comes to the south of Bali, especially around Kuta and Seminyak. You should visit Surabaya city, East Java which is currently the greenest and the cleanest city in Indonesia. Anyone has to be stupid to visit Bali when Singapore is just 2hrs away. Very clean though not nude.