Bali is an exceptionally popular travel destination. What’s all the fuss?
When my best friend announced Bali as her wedding destination, we had the perfect excuse to go and find out.
We spent 2 weeks exploring the Island with a short hop over to Gili Air. In this Bali dedicated page, you will find a quick guide to Bali, what to pack and things to do in Uluwatu, Ubud and Gili Air.
Flights, accommodation, itinerary… everything is planned. All that is left is what to wear!
We designed a list with all the essentials and specifics you’ll need based on a two week’s trip.
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Bali truly captured our hearts. Enlightening and surprising, this is one place we will return to time and time again.
Our quick guide will give you information in the things we wish we knew before traveling. From arriving to Bali and getting around to accommodation and food…
The basic basics to Bali.
45 Minutes from the airport on the South coast of Bali, boasting a rugged limestone cliff shoreline lies Uluwatu. A trendy surfer’s paradise for beginners and experts alike.
‘Ulu’ means land’s end and ‘Watu’ means rock. This was not the end of our journey in Bali but rather a great place to start!
A real laid back atmosphere awaits you… read more
Heatwave – This is our island in the sun! Known to be the more relaxed of the Gili Islands. Gili Air is located off the coast of Bali’s neighbouring Island, Lombok.
Beach life is the norm here where the hustle and bustle of the larger Islands disappears. Experience epic sunsets and a very laid back way of life . Sipping from a coconut freshly cut from the tree, while lying in a hammock listening to the sea. Pure Bliss and totally tropical.
If Ulawatu is the heart of Bali then Ubud is its soul.
Practicing yoga in the middle of the rice terraces, bathing in a sacred Hindu water temple, having your palm read by Ketut who will tell you that your lips taste like honey – These are just a few experiences, unique to Ubud.
Discover our top 10 most unique things to do, which area is most centrally located for accommodation and where to find the best restaurants to eat.