Bali, one of the most touristed Islands on Earth. It isn’t an untouched Paradise. While it can be a bit difficult to escape the throngs of South Bali and Ubud. And the determined solitude seekers can find a lot of secluded corners beyond the primary tourist centres in Bali.
The chaotic traffic and the hot weather may make it difficult for you to wander far on foot or sit in a stuffed taxi. So, it is better to put some thought into your Bali Base
The Salads, cut fruit, ice cubes and most meats are not any more on the danger list so no need to worry about the hygiene standards of the kitchen that have improved markedly across the Island. Avoid notorious local liquor, stay hydrated, and consume street food with caution. That’s all you need to keep in mind to spend your Bali Break.
You might expect a particular dress code for many high end bars and Restaurents because beachwear doesn’t always work in Bali. If you’re unsure, call ahead to save the potential embarrassment of being turned away.
Don’t get your knickers in a knot when a street is blocked of for a ceremony because Religion rules the roost in Bali. Plan your travel accordingly if your travel dates fall on Nyepi when everything in Bali shuts down for the day. Conduct yourself appropriately while visiting temples and Holy sites.
You can easily blow your lifesavings as drinks, meals, spa treatments and room rates at high-end establishments that are priced similarly to that in Australia, the UK and the US
Learn basic words of Bahasa Indonesia like: - Selamat Pagi ( good morning) , Tolong ( please), terima kashish (thankyou)
Bali is a place for all ages to flock to, unwind and spend quality time. You can enjoy beautiful candle light dinners at the Seminyak Beach. If you want to surprise your partner, have a photoshoot at the ocean front Tanah Lot Temple. It is famous for the sunset backdrops and has been the venue for many wedding shoots. If you enjoy art and craft, and are particularly fascinated by handicrafts from different places, head over to the art villages in Bali. From wood carvers to silversmiths, you can visit these craftsmen to see how they go about making their masterpieces.