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Four Seasons Launches Bali’s First ‘Wedding Moon’ Combination

Wedding Moon, Four Seasons Bali

Sparkling blue ocean or emerald green river valley? Choosing between locations can be tough, but now couples can enjoy two distinct destinations and simplify their planning with the new WeddingMoon experience at Four Seasons Resorts Bali.

A Bali exclusive, the ‘One Island, Two Hearts’ combination package offers couples the flexibility of exchanging vows with an ocean-front wedding at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay and then honeymooning in the Ayung River valley at Four Seasons Sayan. The combination is interchangeable if couples prefer a jungle backdrop for their wedding and an ocean retreat for their honeymoon. The two resorts offer one-of-a-kind venues, from floating aisles and ocean-edge gardens to a lotus pond high above the treetops.

“This idea originated as we noticed a number of couples booking their wedding at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay, and then separately booking their honeymoon at Four Seasons Sayan,” said Uday Rao, General Manager of Four Seasons Resorts Bali. “Our weddings team is always on the look-out for how to simplify the planning process for couples, and so created this WeddingMoon combination experience. It’s a similar concept to our ‘Bali: Twice the Magic’ package that combines a holiday between both resorts so that travellers can discover the beauty and diversity of Bali’s coastal and mountain landscapes.”

With one wedding specialist assigned as their dedicated point of contact from initial enquiry through to their big day, couples enjoy a seamless service and a completely customised celebration.

Priced from US$4,999++ (Rp70million++), the ‘One Island, Two Hearts’ combination experience includes a two-night stay in a one-bedroom pool villa at Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay, a two-night stay in a one-bedroom villa at Four Seasons Sayan, a wedding ceremony for 30 guests, daily breakfast for the wedding couple, private couple’s yoga with a Balinese blessing, a private romantic dinner, and all transfers between resorts and to the airport.

The all-villa beach retreat of Four Seasons Jimbaran Bay offers elevated, 180-degree sunset views for couples to exchange vows with a water wedding, perched atop an infinity pool 35 metres (115 feet) above the sea or directly over the golden shore at Sundara Beach Club. The resort’s honeymoon experiences are also ocean-inspired, including the incredible and transformative Blessings of Bali spa treatment on the edge of Jimbaran Bay.

At sister the resort, Four Seasons Sayan, nestled among ricefields and lush forest in Ubud’s highlands, couples cross a suspension bridge between two rivers to exchange vows on an elliptical lotus pond, with 360-degree valley views. Honeymoon experiences embrace the natural beauty and spiritual energy of the resort’s secluded location, with chakra balancing spa treatments and jungle excursions.

See: Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta Launches seasons of Gastronomy with Chef Guillaume Galliot of Caprice

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