Bali is still an almost unbeatable destination … especially for a surfing holiday.
Whether you have been a dozen times, just the once, or are still yet to visit, Bali has so much to offer.

Perfect Padang Padang 5 mins from S Resort Hidden Valley. – Photo Chris Peel.

The epic dry season weather, the super warm water and the incredible choice of waves from easy beach breaks to world-class reefs, Bali (and especially the Bukit peninsula) truly has something for everyone in and out of the water.
Speaking of the Bukit, it is home to one of our favorite places to stay in Indonesia, S Resort Hidden Valley.
A stay at S Resort Hidden Valley includes everything you could ever ask for from a surf holiday location: close proximity to the best breaks, an on-site surf guide and surf instructor, a spa with massages and full body treatments, four swimming pools including one with a pool bar, a choice of excellent dining options, air-conditioned rooms, satellite TV, and pretty much anything else you might need!

To put the icing on the cake, The Perfect Wave are hosting Surf Music In Paradise this September 5-12, featuring 6 gigs in 7 days featuring Australian Rock Royalty.
Tex Perkins often described as one of Australia’s all-time great frontmen from The Cruel Sea, The Beasts Of Bourbon and way too many more bands to list here, plus Phil Jamieson from Grinspoon, are gigging on alternate nights and then teaming up for a grand finale.
Tex and Phil are playing just for you – i.e. the 60 or so guests who book and stay at S Resort Hidden Valley, Bali. We are capping numbers to keep it absolutely exclusive.

It is the perfect setting for such an intimate occasion, well away from the crazy hustle and bustle of the Kuta/Legian/Seminyak strip. Hidden Valley is out on The Bukit Peninsula – 5 minutes from Bingin, Impossibles, Dreamland, 10 mins max from Ulu’s and Padang.
Watch the gigs at night with a few brews, wake for the early and surf the Bukit, or grab one of our specially organized bemos over to the East Coast Rights.
The whole experience will be ideal for the family – so much so that Tex and Phil are bringing their entire clan.
It is a great social experience, a once in a lifetime chance to see the muso’s up close and personal, and mingle with like minded new friends. Everyone gets a limited edition t designed by Ben Brown, autograph, and photo opp with the musos.
Don’t miss out, as there’s only 28 spots left.
The whole experience including return airfares, airport transfers, a week’s accommodation, six sunset gigs, breakfast and dinner comes in at $2k per person.
You can also purchase one off sunset show tix if you are already in Bali for $100.
The gig schedule.
Tuesday September 6 Tex and Murray. Sunset show.
Wednesday September 7 Phil Jamieson. Sunset show.
Thursday September 8 Tex and Murray. Sunset show.
Friday September 9 – Phil Jamieson. Sunset show.
Saturday September 10 – Tex and Murray. Sunset show.
Sunday September 11 – Tex, Murray and Phil finale. Sunset show.

S Resort Hidden Valley
Special Offer
from US$710 per person per week
Located on Bali’s Bukit peninsula, nearby some of the best waves in the region. Score Padang Padang, Impossibles, Uluwatu, Balangan and many other spots.

Surf Music in Paradise
Limited Spots
September 5 – 12, 2016
The Perfect Wave and legendary Australian musicians Tex Perkins and Phil Jamieson are excited to invite you to six exclusive, intimate gigs at Hidden Valley Resort, Bali in 7 days.

“Sitting less than 10 metres from the stage on a bean bag, a cold drink in hand, friends and family nearby, socializing and surfing with the musos and like-minded fans is unbeatable.”
Glenn Jeffs – 2015 TPW client and guest of Surf Music in Paradise

Find out more about SURF MUSIC IN PARADISE

“Had a great stay. Loved the daily morning yoga sessions followed by regular surf transfers with The Perfect Wave crew. The whole stay was very pleasant, the staff helpful and the waves perfect.”
Peter – 2015 S Resort Hidden Valley guest

Looking up to Impossibles from Bingin. – Photo Chris Peel.

Last week at Impossibles. – Photo Chris Peel.

Bukit bliss. Last week. – Photo Chris Peel.

Solid lines at Ulu last week. – Photo Chris Peel.

You will enjoy Phil Jamieson in intimate surrounds.

Written by:
Ben Horvath

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