Weddings in Bali
How & where to get married
As the largest island in the scattering of the Indonesian archipelago - it is easy to see why it is called the Isle of the Gods!
Bali as one of Indonesia's most beautiful islands has long been a honeymoon & wedding favourite...Overview
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Top reasons to get married in Bali
Why choose Bali for your wedding?
Why not combine a relaxed Bali holiday with a beautiful wedding.
Marry at the beach, a garden, a Church or a temple. Civil, Protestant, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Catholic ceremonies are possible.
- Simple to marry
Most couples just need an affidavit from their consulate in Bali.
The landscape is pure paradise with miles of golden beaches and an interior of lakes, rivers with carved hillsides. Despite being popular with tourists there are still large unspoiled areas with ancient temples or deserted coves.
There are an abundance of luxury hotels on offer & a good place for your wedding is the 15 acre gardens by the mile long Legian Beach.
It is relatively simple to marry in Bali. Most couples just need an affidavit from their consulate in Bali - whereby you swear you are free to get married. There is no need - as was needed previously - to travel to Jakarta to complete all the necessary paperwork.
If you want a church or temple wedding you must both be of the same faith. Protestant, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Catholic ceremonies are possible.
There are some truly amazing Churches & temples available.
Catholics will need a baptism certificate from their church at home. Outdoor civil weddings near or on the beach are popular with couples from outside Bali. There are many spectacular Chapels & Temples available.
When to go & get married? Well, it is hot all year round in Bali. The best weather is April to October with November to March being the wettest months.
- We were married at Jibaran Beach on the beach which was romantic. We didn't wear shoes! Then we had a wonderful meal that had been arranged for us just at the edge of the water...