BALI

Tripoto
26th Aug 2018
Photo of BALI by AAMNA MISHRA

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW TO GET AROUND IN 7 DAYS

Photo of BALI 1/5 by AAMNA MISHRA

We traveled from Mumbai via the early morning flight and had a long layover at the Changi Airport in Singapore. Enough time for us to explore the beautiful terminals at Changi Airport, Singapore. More on that covered in our next blog.

UBUD

Photo of BALI 2/5 by AAMNA MISHRA

We made our way to Ubud the moment we landed in the crowded Ngurah Rai International Airport. We had ordered for a cab pick-up from the hotel we stayed in days before our travel. After a 2-hour journey, we finally made it to our hotel - Ananda Cottages.

Most of the bloggers would recommend starting your Bali Itinerary with Seminyak, but we decided to switch things around and boy we had a great time.

Ubud is a peaceful and quiet place, a perfect place to start your Bali experience, make sure you explore the spiritual and natural beauty of this place, rich in its cultural wealth. Find serenity and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the rural life.

PRO TIP -

~Rent a bike - Price Range IDR 75000 - 80000 per day

~Get a local sim with good data packages from the local markets, avoid getting one from the airport - Price Range IDR 100000

~Download the Go-Jek App to book your local transportation or to other parts of Bali.Read here about our UBUD experience.

CANGGU

Photo of BALI 3/5 by AAMNA MISHRA

Next stop, we made our way to the vibrant - Canggu, a perfect mix of Ubud and Seminyak. We chose to stay away from the hectic Canggu streets and in a quaint yet luxurious looking villa with a private pool to ourselves. 15 minutes away from our accommodation came what seemed to be the perfect street for some great looking café's serving some the best variety of healthy and junk food, a whole lot of designer & brand stores (Ladies & Gentleman, bet you won't go back without packing some exclusives) and the road that lead to the beach which is the pit stop for Surfers and other water sport enthusiast's. Along the beach are some of our favorite sunset decks and cafes to visit. Make sure to check out the blog on the best places to eat, read more:

PRO TIP -

~Rent a bike - Price Range IDR 75000 - 80000 per day.

~Plan your trips and leave nice and early to avoid traffic hours.

~Reserve your tables well in advance to get a good place to watch the sunset from the beach.

NUSA PENIDA

Photo of BALI 4/5 by AAMNA MISHRA

We took a day trip to this beautiful blue paradise island which is best described as Heaven! This island is a 45-minute boat ride away from the main island - Sanur Beach to a place which has visuals to die for. A must visit if you are traveling to Bali. This place is known for its iconic cliffs and mesmerizing Kelinging Beach. Make sure you book yourself a guided trip around the island if you are planning to make a quick day visit to Nusa. Avoid renting a bike if you're not too adventurous enough to ride through rocky roads.

PRO TIP -

~Book yourself a complete package to the Nusa island inclusive of a return trip on the boat from Sanur to Nusa + a private car and guide to show you, Kelinging Cliff, Angel's Billabong, Broken Beach and Crystal Bay for a swim + Lunch: Price Range IDR 400,000 per person.

~Plan your trips and leave nice and early to avoid traffic hours.

~Reserve your tables well in advance to get a good place to watch the sunset from the beach.

SEMINYAK

Photo of BALI 5/5 by AAMNA MISHRA

If you are a party lover then, THIS IS IT! Not the ideal representation of true Bali culture, but from the moment you land in this part of the island you know are in Party Capital, plenty of tourists, café, clubs & plush looking hotels to invite you to a great setting to indulge yourselves. Make sure to look up and block your tables for some of the best gig's happening in town during your visit.

PRO TIP -

~Rent a bike - Price Range IDR 75000 - 80000 per day Or Use your Go-Jek app to book a bike ride to take you around (Extremely cost effect).

~Make sure you plan your cafe visit and spend the right amount of time to cover as many cafes.

~Reserve your tables well in advance your trip to get a good deal on the tables and alcohol, it also makes your entry to the club easier.

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