Bali maybe best known for its plethora of foliage and picturesque rice terraces, but the Indonesian island is also a relaxing holiday destination with everything that will interest art enthusiasts and party lovers both. Boasting of many small towns that offer an array of activities, you can choose if to go surfing or spending time by the beach. Pub-hopping is also a legit thing for party lovers. Fancy visiting beautifully carved temples? Then Bali is your paradise. And finally for those who resonate with calm and peace, there is nothing better than visiting the rice terraces in Bali and unwinding.
Uluwatu and Seminyak have beautiful villas which welcome you with serene views and living there is the best if you are in a group mainly because they come with inhouse help and private pools at a very nominal price. Boutiques and local art markets are all around Bali and you can buy handicrafts like home decor, furniture, rattan bags, batik clothes, silver jewelry. Ubud is the art & culture district and is well known for local handicrafts, organic food.
As many Europeans and Australians have settled in Bali, the food palette is quite global. But what you should definitely indulge in is seafood Nasi Goreng and Chicken Satay at a local restaurant.
Seminyak is the party hub with themed clubs & bars & all-day beach clubs. Motel Mexicola, a Mexican themed resto bar in Seminyak with pretty lights tops the list of must visit places. You could also catch an International DJ or gig at Potatohead Beach Club in Seminyak which is ideal for sundowners.
Our Red Zesiro Bracelet also accompanied us to most party destinations.
Uluwatu is a surfer’s paradise with day clubs and untouched beaches and it has amazing spots to watch the sun set from a cliff. Omnia in Uluwatu also hosts international gigs if you are in the mood to party.
*Special Highlight of the Trip – The Bali swing at Tegallalang overlooking the rice fields is a thrilling experience and we definitely want to go back!