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All The Bali Travel Guides You Need in 2024

Bali Travel Guides

Any Beach-loving people would fancy going on a trip to the Island of Gods, Bali, Indonesia, because of its stunning sceneries, exceptional foods, cosy atmosphere and, laid-back ambience.

Another thing that draws people’s hearts closer to Bali is their amazing way of life and the affordable rates for their commodities. It has become one of the popular go-to places for honeymoons, vacations, and even a home for soul-searching people.

Stay with us as we give you an ultimate travel guide in wandering the Splendours of Bali’s tropical beaches, unique culture, fantastic foods, and welcoming locals and ambience.

Hotels and Accommodations in Bali

With so many choices, it’s hard to know where to stay during your trip.

I’ve been there… but don’t waste more time and read our guides that will show you the best places where you can stay in Bali. 

There are options for every type of traveller out there, from couples and families to solo.

Accomodations by Area

Hotel Reviews

Some of the reviews of the hotels that left me the best impression.

It’s hard to say which is the best but you shouldn’t have any problem with all the material you will find here.

For every budget

Costs are an important topic for your trip and Bali is known to be a cheap but elegant place.

You can spend a lot of money on your accommodation if you want. 6-star and luxury hotels are even as much as expensive if not more than the West. 

At the same time, you can even spend $5 or $10 per night and enjoy the best vacation in your entire life.

It’s all up to how much you can spend, I will help you in tailoring your experience. 

For every taste

Travelling is a different and unique experience in my opinion. For this reason, you should embark on adventures with a clear goal in mind, what is that you want?

I’ve gathered as much as I could on the topic depending on who you are and what you want to do. 

With Exclusive Facilities

If you have specific needs, I got you covered.

Different types of pools or a private service are what some travellers may want to enjoy.

Activities, Sports and Things to Do in Bali

Bali can boast a lot of activities, especially if you love practising sports. I have to say that this island is a great choice for both mountain and beach lovers due to its heterogeneous ecosystem.

But the real stars are the beaches and all the water sports like surfing. You will fall in love with the endless possibilities that Bali offers you. 

Mountain lovers don’t despair: there is a lot to hike and you can even choose the most challenging tracks. 

The Areas of Bali

Indonesia is a Southeast Asian country renowned as the biggest archipelago in the world.

 It has 5 major islands with 30 smaller island groups, making it the ideal place for stunning beaches.

Bali is just one of the 17,508 islands in Indonesia, yet it’s a popular choice among travellers due to its diverse and rich ecosystem. 

This island is split into different areas and if it’s your first time, you will get a headache. 

I will help you with some explanations so that you can find your ideal location. 



Known as the Cultural Hub of Bali, this stunning place is filled with temples, holistic centres, yoga areas, and local markets that are ready to serve you anywhere.

Ubud is also a home for vegans and a culture for raw dining that especially attracts travellers willing to try an interesting way of life.

One of the famous places you can go to is their rice fields near Mount Batur. You can also go to the popular Monkey Forest.


Do you love to seek beaches with great surfing spots? The Uluwatu is the place for you!

With its stable after reef breaks that is considered one of the best in the world, you can never go wrong in visiting and trying out Uluwatu’s surf town situated on Bukit Peninsula’s western cliffs.


This cosy place is the closest to the Island’s main airport. Seminyak is known for Magic sunsets that every tourist anticipate and wish to enjoy every time they visit Bali.


Sanur is known to be the cosiest place you can find in Bali and hosts many hotels that are family-friendly hotels for family travellers. Sanur may be underrated for some, but this does not mean that they are not worth trying.

Beaches to Visit


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Monuments & Temples - Culture around Bali

General Tips and Information About Bali

Transportation means

Arriving in Bali via the Denpasar International Airport, you might feel overwhelmed by the locals offering to give you a means of transportation that are mostly men.

To avoid being too overwhelmed to the extent of creating a wrong decision, you may want to organise a shuttle going to the hotel you will stay in, or if not, you can book a Taxi that may cost you about 120,000 Indonesian rupees.

Since Bali is an Island, it is not too big to grasp, and you can get used to their transportation means eventually. If you plan to stroll around the Island, you can hire a Go-Jek or an Indonesian term for uber.

However, be wary of some trying to overprice the fee because they know you are a tourist. To avoid this, most of the time, the fee will only cost you 100,000 Indonesian rupees.

Another transportation mode you can use is hiring a Blue Bird taxi which is also considered the most expensive. However, they are worth what you are paying for because Blue Bird taxis are the main taxi for Bali, and they are trusted because the commitment of Blue Bird taxi drivers sticks to what is on their metre.

Another is booking a shared shuttle. You can try out Perama and Kura Kura in Bali, which are budget-friendly shared shuttles. For your reference, the price of riding them may cost you about 60,000 Indonesian rupees. However, note that shuttles leave at a certain time that may interrupt you strolling the Island.

Lastly, hiring a local motorbike can be your best option if you are a solo traveller, as this may get you to farther places without costing you so much.

Beast Season to Visit

Southeast Asian countries only have a wet and dry season. Since Bali is part of a Southeast Asian country Indonesia, they enjoy the dry season from April to October and the wet season from December to February.

However, these seasons greatly affect the prices on the Island, for the rates are more expensive when it is dry season and at their peak during July, August and December.

On the contrary, rates are much cheaper when it is the wet season, because most of the time, rubbish on the beaches would show and you can’t do much during wet season compared to when it is a dry season.

Culture & Religion

Knowing Bali’s culture is important because most Balinese highly regard their divine faith. Speaking of which, the primary religion celebrated in Bali is Hinduism.


Balinese people mostly use Bahasa Indonesia and Balinese dialects. If you’re lucky, you may find a local that speaks English.

Close to Bali

Nusa Lembongan

Gili Islands

Routes and Tours