Bali is a popular holiday destination and for numerous of reasons! In this Bali – 2 week itinerary, you will find out why Bali is your next dream vacation.
We always try to plan our vacations in such a way that we combine a city trip to a metropolis with a healthy dose of nature and adventure. This time was no exception as we visited Singapore before travelling through to the paradise on the island of Bali.
Not only is Bali a the perfect getaway with plenty beautiful resorts, great food and the most beautiful sunsets. The island is also very affordable and full with astonishing nature you can explore easily. For these reasons Bali is, rightfull, such a popular holiday destination. In this Bali – 2 week itinerary, you will find out everything about the best places to visit in Bali, where to eat in Bali and where to stay in Bali.
how to move around in Bali
Bali is small, but the traffic is super chaotic. This means it takes time to get around. The best way to move around in Bali is by renting a scooter! Although, this did not went well for us … On the second day of our vacation my husband had an accident and after visiting a doctor and the local hospital, we had to take it easy for the rest of the vacation. One tip: people drive on the left side of the road on the island.
Bali – 2 week itinerary
First stop – Canggu
We started our trip in Canggu, an 1,5 hour drive from Denpassar airport. We stayed at The Bidadari Villas and Spa Umalas in a private villa for two nights. Known as surfers paradise and it’s digital nomad communities, Canggu has a great vibe to settle into Bali life. Also, you will definitely find the best vegan restaurants in Bali in Canggu. The only tough question will be in which Canggu restaurant you want to go for dinner. It’s a long list, believe me!
Best restaurants in Canggu
You will find the best coffee around in the Hungry Bird and ejoy a healthy lunch in Poké Poké. For the best sunsets, in one of the best beach bars in Bali, you need to go to The Lawn. Celebrating something special? Go for dinner in U look hot in Bikini. But try to book a reservation in advance to ensure you a spot. Room 4 dessert offers you the ultimate sweetness experience which you do not want to miss. Again, don’t forget to book a table online in advance.
Enjoy nature in Ubud
We continued our trip to Ubud where we stayed in another amazing Bali hotel, The Umari. There are many activities for the adventurous travellers in Bali:
– Saraswati Temple
– Tegallalang rice terraces
– Monkey Forest
– Uma Pakel Swing
– Ubud Organic Farmers Market
From Ubud we booked a driver to bring us to Padangbai where we took the boat to Nusa Ceningan. We had a lovely stay at The Ocean Sunset Villas Ceningan. Go out and try to find The secret beach. It is such a beautiful hidden restaurant where you can have a cocktail and eat some budget friendly freshly caught lobster! Looking for something more exciting? Go cliff jumping at the Blue Lagoon.
And in case Bali and the Nusa islands weren’t enough, you can unwind completely on Gili Air. It is the ultimate Bali’s paradise to simply do nothing at all besides eating fresh seafood and enjoying the most beautiful sunsets you ever saw! Gili Air is also great for diving and snorkeling.
Download the ‘Pick me’ app, the South Asian version of ‘Uber’.
Belgian citizens don’t need a visum, for a maximum stay of 30 days. Your passport needs to be valid for the period of six months.
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