A guide to the Ubud Bali Art Market The Ubud Bali art market is referred to by locals as ‘Pasar Seni Ubud‘ is a must visit when you’re in Bali, it is a quirky tourist/arty/handicraft market with extravagant colours, spices and mazes of stalls. You will find all sorts of gifts/household items/general items on the cool stalls, …
Bali Tourism and Bali Backpacking Tips
Think of Bali holidays and the visions conjured up are a rainbow of brightly painted temples, tiny alleys twisting up a hillside, with an artistically dressed Balinese dance troupe posing for the obligatory photo opp. And I’m not going to argue that there is nothing more delightful, or sublime, than sitting in a perfectly-shaded restaurant (perhaps one of the famous Warungs that line the beach) with a cold Bintang beer and perfect Padang food — but there are other options. While these “must-dos” will only scratch the surface of what is possible in Indonesia’s stunning #1 island, you can be sure you’ll come home with some great tales to tell back home.
Bali is an island that promises something for everyone. Whether you’re a jetsetter or a chilled-out islander, Bali has all the amenities you need. You can spend your days lazing on Lombok’s Gili islands, party like a rockstar at Kuta beach, or drop $400 on a luxury spa treatment. Bali has been a holiday destination for the rich and famous since back in the days when a flight from Sydney to Jakarta was a luxury experience. But lately it’s become affordable to everyone including backpackers like us.
Travelling Bali on A Budget
Bali is one of the most popular holiday destinations among Brits, who travelled there 1.6 million times last year alone. And one of the things they really love about Bali is that you can make your money go further. On a recent trip to Bali, I was impressed by just how affordable it was (more on my Bali holiday below). A spa-treatment for £5? Yes please! A three-course meal for just £20? Sold! And no-one had to do the washing-up! With these tips, you’ll soon be able to enjoy a lovely holiday in Bali at a price you can afford.
Bali beaches and things to do
Bali is an Indonesian island that’s a bit bigger than Singapore but having vastly different terrain. Bali beaches and things to do are tourist-friendly, not to mention brimming with village life. From the west coast where surf reigns supreme to the east coast with its spectacular bare cliff faces, here’s what you can expect from your trip.
Bali is renowned for its beautiful beaches, and the two best known are south Bali’s Kuta Beach and Legian beach. For a more secluded experience, you can head north to the Bukit Peninsula and Nusa Dua, where you’ll find an incredible spa as well as extraordinary sea views from the beachside Four Seasons Resort. The sand on this coast is a little less crowded than many other spots in southern Bali, making it a more relaxing spot for a sunset cocktail than Kuta or Legian.
Full Guide: Bali Swing Ubud + Bali Nest + Photographers + Price + Day Tour You want the Bali swing entrance fee, location, price, photos, and review, right?! Thought about hiring one of the private drivers to do a day tour? By the end of this guide to Bali swings, you will have everything you …
Nusa Penida from Sanur Ferry Tickets and Times in 2021 It seems like a jungle of information is on the web explaining how to get from Sanur to Nusa Penida and after searching through the jungle I still couldn’t find my answer. So I did the route myself, so here is my how to get …