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Indian Travel Blog - Bali Travel Tips, Indonesia

I am not one of those who would not want to quit my job next day and travel the world. I like that comfort zone and coming back to the similar surroundings. Somehow, that financial security and the fixed income at the end of the month is always a safe bet. 
While some like the adventure, I am a super organized person and like to plan everything in advance. The uncertainty and spontaneous trips do not work out for me. The organizing part keeps me at peace and declutters my mind. 
I make sure to take a break and plan my travel escapades once in every 2-3 months. This keeps me going, working hard and rejuvenated after every vacation. But I guess, I can still call myself a travel blogger.


About Bali: There is something for everyone in Bali. Kuta and Legian have the nightlife and Seminyak has luxe beachside resorts including designer shops and organic cafes. And you can soak up the Bali spirit in Ubud surrounded by rice fields and Balinese temples. Explore the fascinating heritage here and magnetising lush landscapes.  
Ubud is around 1.5-hour drive from Seminyak/Kuta so you need to plan your stay accordingly. Whereas, Kuta is about 25 minutes from the Bali airport. 


Ayana Resort and Spa, Bali 
Ayana Resort and Spa, Bali 
Ayana Resort and Spa, Bali 
Bismah Eight, Ubud
Bismah Eight, Ubud 
 Pullman Legion, Bali 
The most delicious and instagram-able food at Cafe Organic, Seminyak 
Cafe Organic, Seminyak 


Travelling tips:
  • Entering Bali for foreign tourists is extremely easy. There is no visa fee for 30 days and no documentation is needed. You can just walk through the queue and enter the country.
  • Balinese people are extremely friendly and the service in hotels is exceptional as well.
  • You can get the local sim at the airport without any hassle. 
  • For getting around in the city, you can take two-wheelers which are available for rent. For more comfortable and convenient stay, you could use cabs. The cab fares are not exorbitantly priced. You can also book it via hotel only for a couple of hours as per your itinerary.
  • Take the cycling tour amidst the rice fields in Ubud. If you are more on the adventure side, you could hike to the Mount Batur which is an active volcano on the island of Bali. 
  • There are options for a day pass at many luxury hotels in Bali. You could even access the pool and other amenities. Some of them are W Hotel in Seminyak, Four Seasons Hotel, Karma Kandara and Intercontinental Bali. Sit back, enjoy these properties and make sure you are there before the sunset to soak up the place and take beautiful pictures.


#FitAsAFiddleRecommends: 
  • Visit Ayana Resort and Spa in Jimbaran, Kuta. I witnessed the most gorgeous sunset of my life with ocean-front views. The pictures do not justify this magical place. Grab a drink at Rock bar in this resort.
  • My most favourite thing about Bali was the Instagram-worthy cafes and pretty looking smoothie bowls in a stylish photogenic setting. They are perfect to take your taste buds on a culinary ride while also packing the health quotient. For those who do not know, Bali is an ideal destination for the health-centric crowd and has a smorgasbord of yoga/fitness classes in every nook and corner. Happy cafe hopping and fitness therapies! 




I hope you read my first travelogue about Bali, Indonesia in the previous post here.

Read more about W Hotel, Seminyak here



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