Bali is a great addition to any trip itinerary, and if you’re planning a longer, round the world type of trip, we want to help.
Here are three different itineraries we put together that include visiting Indonesia’s most popular destination. The cool thing about using this flight tool is that all the following trips are completely customizable. So even if you are not from the city of origin, it’s super quick and easy to register for a (free) account, login, change
For many people who plan a trip to Bali, their travels also include the rest of the region. Southeast Asia is a haven for indie travelers, and many travelers add this region as part of a longer trip.
If you’re planning a trip to Southeast Asia, check out the following articles and resources from BootsnAll to help stay organized and make your trip planning a breeze:
Our Southeast Asia Indie Travel Guide is the place to start for your planning needs. Lots
The entire region of Southeast Asia is a hotbed for backpackers and those on long-term trips, and Bali is at or near the top of the list. And why wouldn’t it be? The beaches, the rice terraces, the temples, the food, the drinks, and the super cheap prices have travelers coming back for more. No matter what type of trip you’re on, adding an island paradise is always a good idea. If you are planning a
Bali is one of the most sought-after vacation destinations in the world. Honeymooners and those looking for a relaxing escape usually prefer to stay close to the beach and have as many facilities as possible available in the hotel. Thankfully, it’s not hard to find hotels which offer spa facilities, as well as massage centers and private pools.
Here is a list of mid-range and luxury hotels located either right on Kuta or Nusa Dusa beach or close to these
Bali is one of the most famous places to visit in Indonesia. It is totally different than the rest of the country and offers a wealth of culture, beaches and friendly atmosphere. You can spend an entire 10-day vacation in Bali but it’s also worth it to check out some other places in Indonesia as well.
This itinerary starts in Bali , explores some of its landmarks and the takes you to Lombok for a day. Then you’ll enjoy an active
Balinese food is somewhat different to Indonesian food in that it often includes pork items (lawar, babi guling etc.) and tends to more pedas (spicy) and less manis (sweet) than Javanese cuisine, which has a wider range of sauces.
However, authentic Balinese food is rarely enjoyed by the tourists as it’s seldom served in hotels and restaurants. The staple daily food is rice, accompanied by vegetables and a small amount of fish or other meat. Of course, condiments are always used.