If you imagine Bali as idyllic beaches, turquoise waters and crazy nightlife, you're right.
But this Indonesian island is so much more!
The green layers of the Tegalalang Rice Terrace and the coastal location of the Tanah Lot Temple show how local life goes onorderNature.
Taste-rich cuisine and spas offer an alternative to city life. Traditional dances and craft shops remind you of the value of tradition and culture.
You won't just leave Bali feeling refreshed; you will also leave inspired.
read for one7 day itinerary in Baliwhich highlights the best attractions of this Indonesian island.
Summary of itinerary for 7 days of Bali
Arrival in Bali and unpacking in Seminyak. Your first day in the city consists of visiting temples, browsing trendy boutiques, and ending the night with cocktails and live music.
Today you will head to the lush jungle of Ubud. Your itinerary includes: Campuhan Ridge Walk, Saraswati Temple visit, Sacred Monkey Forest, Goa Gajah, just to name a few.
Your full day of adventure will be spent in Kuta today. From a visit to a turtle sanctuary to a full-on water activity, today's itinerary won't leave you bored.
Bring your camera because today is all about Instagram photos. Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Balinese Swing, Sangeh Monkey Forest, and plenty of unique temples will keep your trigger finger happy.
Full steam ahead! Take a cruise along the coast of Bali today. You will walk along the beach, visit the Uluwatu Temple, and relax at the Sunset Beach Club on Sunday.
Calm your mind and soul and start your day with a yoga session. Check out Kanto Lampo Waterfall, Bali Safari & Marine Park and Pura Goa Lawah. Want more activities off the main island? Take a day trip to Nusa Penida.
It's your last day in Bali and your itinerary is drawing to a close. Are you full of energy yet? Take another day trip and visit the Gili Islands.
7 day itinerary in Bali
One weekend onlyit's not enoughso you can experience everything Bali has to offer and then this7 day itinerary in Baliwill take you everywhere.
Don't limit yourself to just sand and cocktails; the island has many elaborate temples and diverse landscapes.
It's not easy to get around a foreign place with public transport everywhere -this tour is designed to explore a different area each day.
All attractions are easily accessible via Grab or Taxi. If in doubt, ask the hotel to arrange transportation.
No matter where you stay, delicious food and cultural sites are just around the corner.
Dia 1 - Seminyak
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Arrival in Seminyak
Bali greets you with a breeze of warm air and a relaxing atmosphere as soon as you step outside.Denpasar International Airport.
Leave your bags at your hotel or villa and apply sunscreen - it's time to explore!
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Before the airy and relaxed Seminyak section, visit the first temple of your journey:Tanah Lot Template.
Go early to avoid the crowds.as this ancient Hindu pilgrimage site sits on a peculiar rock formation.
Unusual location,only available during low tide, is a must-have feature on your camera.
take a walk
Walk around Seminyak, one of the "central" districts of Bali!
main street ulSeminiak ulit is filled with eclectic boutiques, galleries and cafes.
Think 1 mile of souvenirs and simple restaurants, all in close proximity to the coast.
The alternative isRua Laksmanaroad featuring major brands, resort clothes and high-end art.
Seminyak is great for home decor, boho baskets, macrame and craft plant hangers and much more on the sidewalk.
jumping to the temple
More temples are coming in the formTemplo Dalem KahyanganmiTemplo Petitenget, the latter is one of the six sea temples in Bali.
signifyingmagic box, Petitenget is a rare cultural find in Seminyak as it mainly deals with the distribution of trade goods.
Check out local art
Support local artists inconvenient gallerythat shows promising talents.
You'll find pottery, paintings, hand-blown glass, and even clothes. Almost all of them are for sale, so think about bringing home something special.
Horse riding from Seminyak to Canggu is for the romantics.
Professional guides will lead you along the coast on a two-hour tour, so you can enjoy the sea views without getting your feet wet.
This is definitely a unique way to travel on the sand.
LUBenjoy a healing session at famous spas in Bali.
Turn on the music
Fancy a lazy day? Potato Head offers all-day cabins and three on-site snack bars; it is best experienced during sunset in the infinity pool and snacks on the beach.
A DJ animates the evenings at Ku De Ta next to a generous beach bar with cocktail specials.
Dia 2 - Ubud
sacred monkey forest, ubud
Say hello to Bali's sunny landscape in the early morning. ABOUTSpacer po Campuhan Ridgeit won't just wake you up - it's a visual feast of the lush hillside scenery.
The paths are smooth so you won't be panting all the time, but the greenery growing along them is really very lively.
Once you've seen enough of Ubud from above, head downstairs for a bite to eat near the base.
Saraswati Temple, LubTemple in Saraswati Parkrequires more spiritual attention.
One of the most beautiful Hindu temples in Bali, its symmetrical buildings and lotus ponds are popular photos.
Free and with many beautiful gates, no Bali 7-day itinerary is complete without it.
Sacred Monkey Forest
Pay your respects to the mischievous residentsSacred Monkey Forest.
Both a sanctuary and a natural habitat, this protected area is home to the Balinese long-tailed macaque -all 1049 of them!
Keep an eye on your stuffas you pass under tall trees and moss-covered statues.
Nearby is fascinatingelephant cave. The "Elephant Cave" is a 9th-century sanctuary built into the rocks, with the entrance looking like an open mouth.
However, if you are not interested in antique sculptures, move on to the next item on our list.
thread of life
thread of lifeit's an art gallery, museum and shop all rolled into one.
Showcasing hand-woven baskets and fabrics, this shop is also a showcase of ancient Balinese weaving crafts.
Read about natural dyes, hand spinning and the communities committed to keeping this tradition alive.
ending the night
The nightlife in Ubud is not as drunk and boisterous as you might expect. Register in insteadBalinese traditional dances and songscelebrate local culture.
Dia 3 - Kuta
Balinese sea turtles association
Kuta beach lounge
Hit some Kuta to rock from the beach to the pub!Kuta beachthis is your first icon of the day as the long promenade beckons with plenty of restaurants.
After a cold breakfast or brunch, head to the dunes to surf, sunbathe, and sip cocktails.
But don't stand here from dawn to duskthere is so much more to see.
Slide and slide at Waterbom Bali
Bali water pumpAdd excitement to your aquatic adventures, whether you're a real kid or an adult kid.
One of Kuta's oldest attractions, it remains a popular entertainment center with plenty of water rides.
OSuperbowlmiBoomerangare two classics; ABOUTClimaxis a slide for the brave.
OR shop until you run into countless Kuta deals. As one of Bali's hottest tourist areas, Kuta is committed to independent boutiques and large shopping malls.
Rua Legian– A cheaper alternative to Seminyak, Legian Street has all the shopping essentials.
Walk on the beach Kuta Shopping Center- Overlooking the beach, it is an international mix of shops and restaurants. You can upgrade your surf gear or just browse the gallery of beautiful Indonesian fabrics.
Kuta Art MarketThis beachfront complex sells unique souvenirs, colorful artwork and is home to several tattoo shops. Why not add some art to your body?
Templo Dharmayana Kuta
Bring some culture into your day by visitingTemplo Dharmayana Kuta(also known asKongco Bio Kuta Chinese TempleLubCutting Temple Leeng Gwan).
A Buddhist temple with many names, it is a place of religious worshipover 200 yearsand one of the main places of worship on the island.
Dive down the tree-lined street to find it - the decorative roof is an easy target. Its intricate carvings and brightly painted courtyard are absolutely stunning.
Bali Sea Turtle Society
Visitors from April to October can experience the beauty of life.
go throughBali Sea Turtle Societyafter 4pm watch baby turtles teetering towards the ocean. Hatchery season is not a thingAllCan you see.
Near the Museum of Dreams
If you've got time to killNear the Museum of Dreamsthis is a fun museum of tricks for these stunning pictures!
Kuta Theater and nightlife
Finish your day slowlyKuty Theater, which keeps the kids (or your young self) busy with colorful Balinese clothes and traditional dances.
signature showthe light of faithit's a beautiful story that speaks to the local culture; other performances include puppet and magic shows.
Stay on the combined show and dinner package and you'll be ready for the night.
LUBfreeze your blood like a whirlwindKuta nightlife.
Connect with other travelersSalon Sky Gardenwhile you enjoy the famous Balinese sunset or partyEngine room,Boate Bounty,Beach tent in Baliand other major locations.
DAY 4 - Iconic monuments in Bali
Tegalalang Rice Terrace, Bali
Tegalalang Rice Terrace
If you've ever seen a postcard from Bali, you've probably seen the famous oneTegalalang Rice Terrace.
Book a guided tour of this icon in Bali; a series of terraced rice fields that rise up into the hills.
The green environment is not only peaceful, but also a gateway to fun activities among the trees. the lining is with a zipperthere is musicif you are an adventurous spirit.
Go to the originalbalinese swing– composed of swings and nests.
You can take amazing photos against the background of the forest, flying over terraces, rivers and everything green.
Małpi Las Sangeh
In love with nature?
Spend more time in the mountains by visitingMałpi Las Sangeh, less known compared toSacred Monkey Forestbut just as magical.
With 35 acres of peaceful paths and the ruins of 17th-century Hindu temples, you share the space only with a clan of gray macaques.
Your afternoon belongs to the temple collective.
Templo de Tirta Empulit is one of the largest and busiest water temples in Indonesia and the site of a legendary story. From the sides, water gushes from its unique bathing structure - holy water used for purification rituals.
Also calledBali Valley of the Kings,Templo Gunung Kawiserves as a temple and cemetery.
Located on the banks of the Pakerisan River, it consists of 10 rock-cut shrines with carved niches. It's amazing what the Balinese have created from a cliff face!
Pura Ulun Danu Beratanis one of the most unique temples in Bali, located at an altitude of about 1200 meters above sea level on Lake Beratan.
What makes you so special? Floats. On foggy days, the temple looks extremely mystical; on sunny days it shimmers with layers of gold. If you have time, explore the area on foot or take a swan paddle ride.
Return to your hotel for a relaxing dinner or consider a picnic on the beach.
DAY 5 - Bali coast
Traditional fishing boats on Nusa Dua beach
Your fifth day in the city is seaside attractions.
Start with the legendaryUluwatu Temple, a sacred place located on a steep cliff.
As one of the six spiritual pillars of Bali, it is popular with tourists for its mythical atmosphere.
Visit early in the morning to avoid the crowds for the perfect shot of the waves crashing under your feet and the temple free of people.
walk on the beach
After so many days of intense exploration, take a day to relax! There are many beaches along the coast towards Kuta.
Spend the rest of the day rolling around in the sand or battling the waves.
Those with an open water license can even sign up for scuba diving sessions; the surrounding reefs are full of colors.
For free entertainment, visit the following beaches:
Suluban beach– Lots of surfers and limestone cliffs for aesthetics.
Praia de Padang Padang– Calm sandy cove with shallow water for easy snorkeling.
Bingin Beach– A very popular surf spot.
Plaża Terra dos Sonhos“It has cafes, a crazy breakwater and plenty of amenities if you just want to relax.
party beach– Beautiful and quiet beach with a great viewpoint at one end (even if you have to climb a bit)
Domingos Beach Club
Before the sun goes down, go to your destinationDomingos Beach Clubfor unparalleled sunset views. The cable car takes you from the cliff to the private beach.
This hidden gem is equipped with a bar and restaurant for evenings by the fire and dinners by the beach. That's itIt is worth ittrip.
DAY 6 - Sightseeing and day trip to Nusa Penida
Praia de Kelingking, Nusa Penida
calm the mind
Greet the day withyoga sessionso you can survive the last 48 hours. An experienced yogi will guide you through deep stretching and mindful breathing.
After all, Ubud is known asheart of yoga.
Check if your hotel offers yoga classes or visit these studios:
Kanto Lampo Waterfall
There is almost no walk between the car park and the grounds.Kanto Lampo Waterfall, so visit this unexpected Ubud right after breakfast.
Pack your swimming gear, because there's more to it than just standing and staring at the thundering water.
Jump into the pool for a refreshing swim - Bali is herewarm.
Bali Safari and Marine Park
To feel the touch of wildlife, spend a few hours inBali Safari and Marine Park.
It's all the wild adventures you can imagine: car safaris in cages, animal shows, trips to zoos and aquariums.
From meeting the lions up close (they'll put their paws on your travel cage) to watching the piranhas feed, you'll see the animals in their natural habitat.
Alternatively, you can visit in the evening for a BBQ dinner and Night Safari package. Additional fun is the Fun Zone and the Water Zone.
Templo de Goa Lawah
LUBvisit another temple: theTemplo de Goa Lawah.
Another of the six sacred temples, this "Bat Cave Temple" is home to hordes of bats.
Entering the cave might not be on your to-do list, but the intricate temple structures at its mouth will keep you on your toes anyway.
Legend has it that a mythical king cobra lives in a dark tunnel - let's hope it doesn't show up to surprise you!
A day trip to Nusa Penida
If you can't get enough of Bali's stunning nature, take a quick boat rideNusa Penida– a neighboring island with a beautiful terrain.
Expect some physical activity, be it steep and winding stairsGoa Giri Putri cave templeor dynamic tracks.
Huge cliffs lead to beaches of white sand and rock formations;beautiful beach,Seganing waterfall,Praia de Kelingking(famous T-Rex beach)miCrystal Bay Beachthese are just some of these landscapes.
There are too many sites to display!
DAY 7 - Finalizing the wish list
beach at Gili Meno in Bali
Unfortunately, this is your last day in Bali. Take the opportunity to check out more items from this wish list!
Maybe it's a walkWest Bali National Park, try a cooking class or visitBanjar hot springsfor an exclusive bath of volcanic origin.
It could also be coffee hopping in Seminyak or trying the island's famous roast duck.
A day trip to the Gili Islands
For those who have grown bored with the main island, the Gili Islands are a great way to extend the adventure.
Trio of Small Islands (Gili Trawangan,Gili MenomiGili Air) offer more sea related activities.
Its generous beaches are lined with palm trees, and its rolling hill walks lead to picturesque viewpoints. Divers and snorkelers will have fun exploring the coral reefs off the coast; Adventurers can search a sunken ship at Wreck Point.
Stay late afternoon for drinking and partying as there are plenty of bars to keep you occupied.
Not your taste? Enjoy fresh seafood at the many international restaurants before returning to your hotel.
Time to pack your souvenirs and shells. Until next time!
Bali is best experienced with 50% plan, 50% intuition.
You will find that everyday life is simple but rewarding; Bali is the perfect holiday destination to slow down, relax and have fun.
At the end of the day, remember that you are there to take a break.
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Taking a 7-day trip to Bali might seem stressful, but I assure you that with good planning, a week is enough to visit Bali and its main attractions.Is 7 days long enough in Bali? ›
Taking a 7-day trip to Bali might seem stressful, but I assure you that with good planning, a week is enough to visit Bali and its main attractions.How many days are sufficient for Bali? ›
Most travelers will agree that 10 days is the perfect amount of time to spend in Bali. However, 5 days is the bare minimum if you want to explore more than one area of the island.Is 50000 enough for Bali trip? ›
Go for boat rides, ferry rides, party on the island, explore new destinations, rent cycles and cars, and indulge in thrilling activities such as diving, there is so much to do in Bali. And with a budget of ₹50,000, you can experience a memorable trip in this memsmerising location.How much does it cost to go to Bali for 7 days? ›
Typical Costs for 1 Week in Bali
For a comfortable private tour (2–4 people): About 160–220 USD per day per person is typical with private guide, 4- or 5-star hotels, nice meals, and private transfers included. For this standard of vacation in the US, the average price is 500+ USD.
Bali Belly can last up to 5 days so it is vital to stay hydrated to aid your recovery. Eating the right food will also help with rehydration and ease the symptoms of Bali Belly. For the first day or two, eat when you feel hungry and stick to a bland diet.How do I stop getting Bali belly? ›
- Make sure all meat and seafood is thoroughly cooked (not raw or rare)
- Avoid the following foods while travelling: Sushi. Unpasteurised dairy products milk/cheese/ice cream. ...
- Water: Don't drink tap water. Don't use tap water to brush your teeth. ...
- Hygiene: Wash your hands after using the toilet.
Although Bali is climatically comfortable throughout the year, and is a year-round destination, the best time to visit Bali is from April to October, the summer months in Bali.Which part of Bali is best to stay? ›
- Ubud, the best place to sleep in Bali and get around the island.
- Kuta and Legian, one of the most popular areas to stay in Bali.
- Seminyak, the best neighborhood in Bali to stay in.
- Canggu, one of the best places to stay in Bali.
- Jimbaran, where to find some of the best hotels in Bali.
If you prefer being able to travel around a destination quickly and “see it all,” then you might enjoy Bali more. If you're looking for a destination that offers a range of different cities—each full of its own sub-culture, activities, and climates—then Thailand is an ideal choice.
Have a great time. As everyone has said, around $100 a day will probably be more than enough - it really depends if you are planning on doing lots of activities that cost $$. Eating and drinking can be as cheap as you like, and we always stock up from the supermarket for snacks and drinks in our room/villa.Is $100 a day enough for Bali? ›
On top of flights, if you budget around $100 per day for your trip to Bali it would be more than enough. This amount would enable you to stay in a mid-range hotel, eat out for every meal and enjoy some of the island's best activities. Therefore, $1500 per person (plus flights) would be plenty for two weeks in Bali.Is 500 dollars enough for Bali? ›
I suggest that for 10 days in Bali that you bring about $250-$500 USD. This will be more than enough to cover your day-to-day cash expenses on a small to medium budget.Do you tip in Bali? ›
Tipping. There is no hard and fast rule for tipping in Bali. All hotels and most restaurants have a 17% or 21% tax and service charge included in your bill so it is up to you whether to add any extra tip on top of that.Do I need a visa for Bali? ›
Yes, you do need a Visa to enter Bali, Indonesia, unless you come from one of the countries on the Visa Exemption Arrangement (VEA) list. Otherwise, you are allowed to enter Bali and apply for a Visa on Arrival (VOA) online before arrival if you are on the VOA-approved countries list.How to avoid Bali Belly 2023? ›
Like many other illnesses, the bacteria that can cause Bali Belly can be passed from person to person. Poor hygiene is a sure way to increase your risk of contracting a stomach bug and can be avoided by: Always washing your hands with sanitiser before eating. Avoiding touching your face with unclean hands.
Hygiene. The tap water in Bali isn't recommended for drinking, so avoid it and stick to sealed bottled water. That includes steering clear of more than you might think, including ice in drinks, brushing your teeth with tap water, ingesting water in the shower, and food that has been washed in tap water.What is the first symptom of Bali Belly? ›
The symptoms normally take 1 to 5 days, and mostly includes stomach cramps, loose and watery stools, dizziness, high fever, and lethargy. If the bacteria is poisonous, vomiting can also come to pass. For the aftermath, dehydration can be a consequence since you lose many liters of water for days.What foods to avoid in Bali? ›
- Eating Food that's Not Properly Hygienic. ...
- Eating Street Food. ...
- Eating Food that has Been Sitting Out for Too Long. ...
- Tap Water and Ice Cube from Unknown Sources. ...
- Pre-chopped or Packaged Fruits. ...
- Eating Overly Spicy Food.
The drugs must be declared on the pre-arrival customs form. The drugs must be in their original packaging and the total amount being imported must not exceed the amount prescribed for the duration of the visit.
- Analgesic (pain relief) medicine such as paracetamol or aspirin.
- Antihistamine tablets for bites, stings, or allergies.
- Cold and flu tablets.
- Cough medicine.
- Motion sickness tablets.
Bali is also known for its culture and art, new-age hippie scene and sun-kissed boho vibe. It's a great place to enjoy beachfront sundowners, boutique shopping and fun at local markets. The lush tropical forests and rice paddies make Bali worth visiting in 2023.What is the cheapest month to go to Bali? ›
February is the cheapest month to fly to Bali, has cheaper accommodation and is quieter as a result of the rainy season.What months are cheap in Bali? ›
October through to March is the cheapest time to visit Bali as this is the off-peak season meaning there are an excellent range of low season deals to take advantage of.What is the safest city in Bali? ›
The southern towns of Sanur, Kuta, and Seminyak are at least 40 miles away from the volcanoes and quite safe from any danger.What is the cleanest beach in Bali? ›
Few beaches are pristine all year round but Virgin Beach comes pretty close. This is why Virgin Beach is considered the cleanest beach in Bali!Which side of Bali has the best beaches? ›
Most of the best beaches in Bali are found in the south: around Kuta, Jimbaran, and the Bukit Peninsula. Some of these are also very busy (particularly the coast from Kuta to Seminyak). If you get a taxi it's easy to find some great stretches of sand with few other tourists.Is Bali better than Maldives? ›
If adventure on land is on your mind, Bali is for you. On the other hand, the Maldives offers better alternatives for the sea - the Baa Atoll offers amazing snorkelling, diving and underwater expeditions. Watersports in Maldives are better, and there are many places to try them.Is it cheaper to go to Bali or Phuket? ›
Many who have travelled to Bali, as well as Phuket, will instantly say that Bali is cheaper. In many ways, they are correct, from flight rates to accommodation to transportation and entertainment. If you are travelling under budget and still crave to enjoy a holiday in a tropical paradise then Bali is your place!Is it cheaper to go to Bali or Thailand? ›
Overall, Thailand is cheaper than Bali.
Thailand has a wider range of accommodation options to suit all types of budgets, and the local food and alcoholic drinks are surprisingly cheap in comparison.
Q 7. How much money to carry to Bali? Most Bali travel packages include breakfast and your stay, so you will need to carry money for your meals and other expenses. Around 100 to 150 USD per day in Bali is quite sufficient to have a great 6 to 8 days trip.Is it better to pay cash or card in Bali? ›
Paying by card in Bali is a fairly safe option. Most of the bigger restaurants, resorts, shopping stalls will all accept payment via card. Taxis, small local restaurants (warungs), beach bars, and market stalls still only accept cash.Is cash or card better in Bali? ›
Before visiting Bali, it's best to do a quick study about the Indonesian currency. The Indonesian currency exchange is roughly 1 USD = 15,000 IDR and 1 AUD = 10,000 IDR. Indonesian prices will be listed in Rupiah, so for easy calculation, 2,000,000 IDR is around AUD 200. Cash remains king in Bali!What is 100 us dollars in Bali? ›
The conversion value for 100 USD to 25694.92 BALI.How far does $100 go in Bali? ›
How fast you burn through $100 — about IDR (Indonesian rupiah) 1.3 million in the local currency — depends on where your Indonesia itinerary takes you. The cheapest accommodations in Bali can go for about IDR 200,000, or USD $18, but you'll need to go well off the main tourist drag to snag those bargains.Should I exchange money before going to Bali? ›
Do not exchange currency at the airport. This goes for before you get on the plane in Australia and when you land in Bali. The rates are awful and the fees are high. You are much better off withdrawing cash from an ATM or going to a money exchange shop in a major city that you visit.How much is a Coke in Bali? ›
Average price at a bar or restaurant, *excluding hotels: Soft Drinks such as coke, sprite (Average US75¢-$1 per bottle) Beer (Average US$2-4 per bottle) Local wine (Average US$3-5 per glass)How much is the average meal in Bali? ›
|Meal in a cheap restaurant||25,000 IDR (15,000-50,000)|
|Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course||328,000 IDR (250,000-898,000)|
|McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal)||60,000 IDR (50,000-85,000)|
|Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)||50,000 IDR (25,000-64,000)|
Indonesia (is it a country worth visiting?) has a very low cost of living. This means that things like labour, food and accommodation are a lot cheaper than they would be in say, Western Europe, where the cost of living is high. Due to the cost of living being low, this brings down all costs in general.Do I need to carry cash in Bali? ›
Cash is still a very important form of payment in Bali, particularly in the smaller shops and also when you need to pay for your transportation, or if you need gasoline. The 100,000 bills are the largest bills (ca.
Toilet paper - When traveling in Southeast Asia, one of the first things you'll learn is to bring toilet paper with you. A roll of toilet paper or a small box of tissues in your luggage will be perfect for those emergency situations, as not every toilet in Bali will have toilet paper.Is it rude to not tip in Bali? ›
No, it is not customary to tip in Bali. However, it's always appreciated when you show your gratitude with a little extra money. Keep in mind that no one will come chasing you down if you don't leave a tip, but it's always nice to show your appreciation for good service with a token of gratitude.What injections do you need for Bali? ›
- Measles-Mumps-Rubella. ...
- Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis. ...
- Polio. ...
NO. You need an official passport that is valid AT LEAST 6 months from the day of arrival.How much is Bali visa for US citizens? ›
The VOA and e-VOA are valid for 30 days, and that visa can be extended for another 30 days in Indonesia (60 days in total). The VOA and e-VOA visa both cost 35 USD and can be paid in IDR, EUR, AUD, or USD. For a VOA, we recommend that you bring cash to the airport.What should I not eat in Bali to avoid Bali belly? ›
- Undercooked meat and seafood.
- Street food from vendors that appear unclean.
- Buffets unless from a reputable restaurant.
- Peeled fruit.
- Raw salads.
- Cold or lukewarm food that should be hot.
Bubar Ayam for breakfast in Bali. It is typically prepared with shredded chicken meat and condiments such as chopped scallion and crispy fried shallots on top of the rice, and sometimes served with celery, preserved salted vegetables, or chicken broth over the top.Is 10 days too much for Bali? ›
Visiting Bali in 10 days is the best plan for discovering the Island of the Gods. If you want to relax on idyllic beaches, visit gorgeous temples, and return home in love with Balinese culture, keep reading. What is this? In this article, you won't just find the best 10-day Bali trip itinerary.Is 6 days enough time in Bali? ›
How many days are sufficient to visit Bali? 6-7 days are enough to explore Bali. You can cover each attraction and all the places in this much time.Is 8 days enough for Bali? ›
How long is enough time in Bali? In case you just want to visit the main island, a week in Bali is perfect to see the most important thing. However, if you also want to visit the Gili or the Nusa Islands, I would recommend at least spend 8 days in Bali.
So sure, 2 weeks in Bali is enough. You'll be able to visit iconic rice terraces, chase waterfalls and lounge around on some of Bali's best beaches. The island of Gods is host to a huge variety of experiences which will provide you with an unforgettable holiday!Which is better Ubud or Seminyak? ›
Favored by those who prefer reflection and the arts to beaches and parties, it is certainly the cultural and spiritual heart of Bali. Going to Ubud is all about exploring the culture & history, and admiring beautiful natural attractions – thus, lovers of beach holidays are recommended to choose Seminyak over Ubud.How long should you stay in Ubud? ›
We recommend spending at least 3 days in Ubud to see all of the main attractions. You could compress it to 2 days, but if possible we recommend 3 days in Ubud. Ubud is not just about “packing in” as much as possible. If possible we recommend slowing down and finding time to relax and slow down.What is the best schedule to Bali? ›
- Day 1: Arrive in Ubud. ...
- Day 2: Tegalalang rice terraces and Ubud surroundings.
- Day 3: Sunset hike at Batur. ...
- Day 4: Eastern Temples of Bali – Besakih, Lempuyang and Tirta Gangga.
- Day 5: Ulun Danu Beratan. ...
- Day 6: Taman Ayun Temple, Tanah Lot and Canggu.
- Day 7: Jimbaran and Uluwatu.
Most visitors find that May, June and September are the best times to visit the island, when conditions remain warm and sunny, but there are fewer crowds in popular beach resorts like Sanur and Seminyak.Is Bali cheaper than Thailand? ›
Bali remains affordable compared to Western destinations and other Southeast Asian countries like Singapore and Malaysia; however, Thailand is still slightly less expensive. This is what makes Thailand such a great choice for many travelers.How to plan 8 days in Bali? ›
- Day 1: Arrive in Bali, Transfer to Tanah Lot.
- Day 2: Canggu Surf Village.
- Day 3: Tanah Lot to Ubud.
- Day 4: Cooking Class & Cycling Tour.
- Day 6: Sidemen Countryside Walk & Drive to Uluwatu.
- Day 7: Free Day in Uluwatu.
- Day 8: Depart Bali.
There's a lot to see and do in Bali, and it's hard to condense everything within just a few days – you would need months (if not years) to properly experience everything the island and its surroundings has to offer, but you'll get a great first taste of Bali in 14 days.Is a week in Ubud too long? ›
No, a week is not too long in Ubud. There are so many things to do and see, and it is not nearly as hot and humid as the coast. I go to Amed for the occasional trip when I want to be bored with nothing to do except snorkel and read. and to be honest I find Candidasa kind of weird.Is it worth going to Seminyak? ›
Located north of Kuta, Seminyak has fast become Bali's ultimate tourist playground. Offering an abundance of fantastic restaurants, beachfront bars, fun activities and quintessential Balinese charm, it's a must-visit destination!
Yes, you do need a Visa to enter Bali, Indonesia, unless you come from one of the countries on the Visa Exemption Arrangement (VEA) list. Otherwise, you are allowed to enter Bali and apply for a Visa on Arrival (VOA) online before arrival if you are on the VOA-approved countries list.