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Price and Availability Index in Sanur
Holiday Letting Price Information in Sanur
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Sanur. Prices reach their highest point in November, where prices are an average of $222 a night (10/11 - 17/11). Opt for a getaway in December (22/12 - 29/12) for optimal savings when heading to Sanur.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Sanur
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Sanur. In a week of December (22/12 - 29/12), 36% of the holiday homes are booked. More accommodations are available in a week of August (24/08 - 31/08) as the booking rate is only 9%.
The weather in Sanur
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. In November maximum temperatures go higher than 32°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 23° in September. The rainiest month is November while the driest month is October.
Known for its stunning stretch of white sand beaches, Sanur is one of the most popular destinations of the island of gods, Bali. The city is famous for its beautiful and modern semi-open villas which are usually fitted with a swimming pool.
Discover the Balinese culture
Despite being Hindu, Balinese culture and traditions are very influenced by the locals' beliefs in spirits. This is reflected in most temples (pura) around the island which do not comply with any other Hindu temples around the world. The many religious celebrations are also much more important in Bali than any other Indonesian islands. If you want to learn more about the local culture and avoid the crowd of curious holiday guests, visit the Pura Blanjong and its ancient stone pillar inscriptions which are believed to relate the story of the first governor of Bali.
No immersion is however complete without experiencing the local culinary specialities! You can either visit some of the warungs (local restaurants) across town or head to the Sanur night market (Pasar Sindhu market Sanur) to taste some of the best Balinese and Indonesian delicacies prepared right in front of your eyes. Try one of the satay (skewers in peanut sauce) or enjoy some nasi goreng (fried rice).
A beach and underwater destination
Are you looking forward to discovering Bali’s wonderful marine life but you are not comfortable scuba diving? Bali Seawalker might just be for you! Get on a glass helmet connected to an oxygen bottle and go walk underwater! This is such a convenient, not heavy to carry and safe activity that even non-swimmers and young children can participate.
To continue your marine exploration, visit the Serangan Island Turtle Conservation Centre where turtles are being taken care of before being released back into nature. This is a one in a lifetime experience that will surely delight the little ones.
In addition to underwater activities, Sanur is an ideal family beach destination. With clean beach facilities and shallow, calm waters, this is perfect to spend the day with kids who love to play for hours in the sand. If you are tired of lazing around, get some exercise and explore the 4 km coastal walk path.
Bali Kite Festival
Playing with kites is one the favourite activities of Balinese children and it is very common to spot kites flying gracefully in the sky of Bali during the dry season. Once a year this passion turns unto a festival where competitors will rival of creativity to fly the most impressive kite and outshine their contenders at Padang Galak.
Some of the flying engine can be up to 10 meters long and require several adults to manoeuvre! The festival is part of the island ancestral traditions, and gamelan musicians play through the day to inspire the participants.
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