Blue sky, crystal clear sapphire waters, peppy beaches, white sand and lush greenery – yes you get the gist. Bali is overdone but for good, very good reason It is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and overdone because this slice of paradise is surprisingly affordable.
Without further ado, let me take you through this extensive Bali guide with four stops, the first one in Seminyak, the second in Nusa Lembongan , the third in Ubud, and the last leg of your trip in Uluwatu, the southernmost tip of Bali. This Bali itinerary gives you a detailed guide of where to stay and how to get around. Let me remind you, this is not a budget travel guide, but a honeymoon guide for an extensive 10-day vacation. Ready? Let’s go.
First things first, book a flight that allows you check-in luggage. Most flights to Bali these days are operated by Air Asia and these have a strict baggage restriction, allowing you only a 7-kg cabin luggage with a small handbag. What a joke! But you’re on your honeymoon and the wifey needs to fit her wardrobe and multiple shoes for those gorgeous shots against the gorgeous backdrops. It will get a little pricier but it is better than dragging your luggage through a layover airport. I booked through Singapore Airlines, which allowed me 2 cabin luggage and a check-in bag worth 25 kg per person. That’s a good deal.
Take care of your accommodations beforehand, obviously. I mean, you won’t get a visa without booked accommodations against every date of your stay. Book your hotels with breakfast included, preferably with dinner too. Pro tip for the honeymoon couple, get yourself a beachfront hotel or a resort and always reserve the best two for the first and last legs of your trip. At Seminyak, Double Six Luxury Hotel is a fantastic option for a couple, simply because of its gorgeous location, its outstanding pool and the fantabulous restaurants and the spa service.