Bali: welcome in paradise
Bali is a popular holiday destination and there are numerous of reasons for this. It is a beautiful island, where you can enjoy nature, beautiful resorts, good food and beautiful sunsets. Life on Bali is also very affordable.
Bali is small, but the traffic is super chaotic. This means that it can take a long time to get around. Renting a scooter can be the ideal solution! Although, this did not went well for us ... On the second day of our vacation my boyfriend had an accident with the scooter. After visiting a doctor and the local hospital, we had to take it easy for the rest of the vacation.
Find our itinerary below.
We started our trip in Canggu were we stayed at The Bidadari Villas and Spa Umalas, in a private villa for two nights. The best coffee around, you can find in the Hungry Bird. Enjoy a healthy lunch in Poké Poké. Fancy a coctail and enjoy the sunset in The Lawn.
If you want to spent a bit more, then you should have dinner in U look hot in Bikini. Try to think about booking a reservation in advance to ensure you a spot.
We continued our trip to Ubud and stayed at The Umari.
Room 4 dessert offers you the ultimate sweetness experience which you do not want to miss. Don’t forget to book a table online in advance.
Unfortunately we were not able to visit the Saraswati Temple or the beautiful rice fields. There is simply so much to do in Ubud. In addition, the little town is even suitable to enjoy some nice shopping.
From Ubud we booked a driver to bring us to Padangbai, were we took the boat to Nusa Ceningan. We had a lovely stay at The Ocean Sunset Villas Ceningan. Go out on adventure and try to find The secret beach! It is such a beautiful hidden place where you can have a cocktail and eat some budget friendly but still fresh lobster!
And in case Bali and the Nusa islands weren’t enough, you can unwind completely on Gili Air, which is the ultimate paradise to simply do nothing at all, besides eating nice fresh food and enjoy the most beautiful sunsets you have ever seen in your life! 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.