Bali is one place where you can keep going back from time to time and still discover new things. But with every piece of information available at your fingertips, particularly on travel blogs and websites, it can become way more comfortable than you expected it to be. Read on to find out more about our picks when staying in Bali.
. It has cheap hotels, plenty to roam around and explore without overthinking. It also has some spectacular beaches and close to the pubs and bars serving unusual alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and a culturally rich dining scene.
If the purpose of your visit to Bali is to chill, relax and unwind while you are there, then Seminyak is the place to be. The resorts in the area are exquisite, the party scene is breathtaking, and if you’re a hardcore party person, then the sunrises are to die for. For the ones who want to party in their comfort, the upscale resorts also have the facility to host pool parties and have an in-house chef and bartender to keep it going till the crack of dawn.
If your idea of Bali is beachside bars, clubs, and water adventures, then Canggu, the resort village, is your place to be. The black sand beaches in this hippy town are also non-commercialized and inhabited by expatriates. The dining scene caters to a whole lot of international clientele. A bike trip along the beachside and the roads on the outskirts and the site of new rice fields will cheer you up.
Uluwatu is located in Bali’s Bukit peninsula and famous for the luxurious resorts and villas overlooking the coastline of the Indian ocean and offering a plethora of splendid sunsets. The Saturday night parties at Padang Pudung Beach, a day at the Uluwatu beach watching the talented surfers, and a dinner at the beach with a wide variety of restaurants to choose from will make your day happier than you could imagine.
For travelers who want to experience authentic Indonesian culture, Ubud is a paradise. Home to many temples, raw food restaurants, and multiple exquisite rice paddies, Ubud is sure going to give you a whole lot of memories. A centrally located resort would give you the comfort of roaming around the city without having to rent out motorbikes for those planning a short stay. The raw food cafes are in abundance, and the local produce of tropical fruits, superfoods, and local remedies. The monkey forests, the cycling, the local markets, and so much more makes Ubud a must visit. Ubud is the most popular place for all tourists.