When you plan on going on a vacation to Bali, you’ll obviously want to experience everything the island can offer to satiate your need for wanderlust. Bali is a hip, colorful, bustling, modernised, yet is still rich in age-old traditions and culture that brings throngs of tourists from around the world. So here’s a little guide to help you choose which area of the island to spend your holiday at–you’re welcome!
It is no secret that Seminyak is haven for food lovers. From Western to Asian restaurants, from food joints to hip cafes and bars open until midnight, the area has them all, including the healthy ones. And this means you don’t need to go all the way up to Ubud to indulge in some vegetarian dishes and knicks knacks. All you have to do is stroll around Seminyak and find what you need in these organic shops and health-conscious restaurants.
Looking to explore Bali beyond the bustling tourist spots? We invite you to take a day or two to explore the island’s bountiful, rich culture and tradition.
Let’s be honest here. These days travelling to beautiful places is not just about seeing them, but also about taking that perfect shot for your instagram post. So, because we care about the needs of your travels, here are the best instagrammable spots in Bali, outside of the common ones, that you just can’t afford to miss.
These days, being a tourist is so passé. However, being a traveller is now all the rage and everyone wants to be one. If you google “Tourist Vs. Traveller”, there are hundreds of articles dedicated to make the distinction even clearer. This time, we are not going to spot the differences, instead here is the list on the things you should do if you want to experience Bali as the locals do.
Forget about multinational coffee corporate giant, and visit the more charming and bespoke coffee shops in Seminyak to get a dose of kicking caffeine with a hint of sweet experience.
Summer is here and this paradise island is gearing up for seasons of celebration. For those who are planning to fly in, here are some the things to look up for on the island in the next six months.
Here’s a local tip on how to navigate your way through Bali’s busy streets and rich sacred cultures.
The wanderlust-inducing video puts Indonesia’s natural marvels as its main draw, making it feels celestial and would leave anyone who come upon it drift away in awe.