Spacious and beautiful nudist resort lush with trees and flowers. Perfect for relaxing, meditating, reading books outdoor, walking all over the resort in the nude, and doing naked yoga in the garden under palm trees. Lovely delicious food at 'mock's kitchen' restaurant, inside the resort itself, overlooking the beach. I tried different thing every meal, and every choice has been great! Highly reccommended to those who seeks tranquil and relaxing environment in a vacation.
Reviews of Bali au Naturel Beach Resort Reviews from real guests
Because life is better without clothes
Please do not come to Bali if you want to be clothing -optional. Indonesia is a very modest country and while they let Bali slide a little because of the tourism industry, you risk very bad repercussions if you appear in the nude anywhere, even on a beach. I can't imagine why you have decided to come to Indonesia for a vacation of this sort.. I am not a prude but wanting to do even semi-nude sunbathing in a majority Islamic and Hindu country is not allowed.
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.
You can leave your clothes in your room when visiting Bali. Indonesia has a strong cultural and religious background and no public nudity is officially allowed. However, the island of Bali draws tourists from around the world, many of whom prefer topless or nude sunbathing. Although there are no official nude beaches on Bali, there are clothing-optional accommodations available and two 'unofficial' nude beaches on the island. Exposing body parts in an exotic way would be punishable by as much as 10 years in jail. Depending on how your nudity was perceived by the authorities under these laws, there could be severe legal consequences for public nudity in Bali.