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I Went On A 5-Day Trip To Bali Under ₹15,000 Including Meals, Transfers And Sightseeing

I Went On A 5-Day Trip To Bali Under ₹15,000 Including Meals, Transfers And Sightseeing

I Went On A 5-Day Trip To Bali Under ₹15,000 Including Meals, Transfers And Sightseeing

Bali, a gorgeous beach destination welcomes anyone and everyone. The honeymooners, family picnickers and yes, even the backpackers all trot of here for a gorgeous vacation. Avinash Singh a travel enthusiast from Bangalore went on a solo budget trip to Bali in just ₹15,000 including meals, sightseeing and transfers. So he goes on to reveal his 5-day travel itinerary and how he managed to explore the entire Indonesian island in just ₹15,000. Read on to find out his story right from the horse’s mouth. Once you read this itinerary you might be able to make your Bali plans as Bali might welcome tourists by October. 

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I’m Avinash An Avid Traveller From Bangalore

Hi Everyone! I’m Avinash Singh from…. It’s a tough one as I spent most of my life in Assam and later hopped around a few cities like Delhi, Mumbai for more than 2 years each. Presently I stay in Bangalore where I work and save fuel. This provides me with the ability to explore this beautiful world. I lost count of cities and states I travelled to in India. But  I have the ultimate goal to see it all. Travelling around India, I also got bitten by the travel bug of finally heading out of the country where I visited Sri Lanka on a solo trip. And there has been nothing stopping me after that. And now as I write this article, I have around 15 stamps on my passport from all around Asia and my recent EuroTrip. Here’s my story of how I visited Bali at a budget of just ₹15,000 for 5 Days ( including flight tickets from Cambodia to Bali). Honeymooners if you’re wondering if Bali of Phuket is the better destination for Indians, you don’t need to think too much. 

Travelling To Bali In ₹ 15,000 For 5 Days

Bali has been on the list of almost everyone from solo to honeymoon travellers. This Indonesian island offers you spectacular gems Kelingking beach and the gushing waterfalls. The most surprising one for me was definitely the Kelingking beach. Trekking here is just mind-blowing. From riding around the beautiful roads to almost being eaten up by a python, there are lots of stories to share with you guys. Let’s keep those stories for some other day. As many of you guys must be interested to know I covered Bali in 5 days on a tight budget (on such a budget, which people spend on their Goa trip) let me focus on that. So here’s how I managed my budget during this international trip. 

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Bali Offers Free Visa for Indians

Visa for Indians is free so read this right.  For a 30 days trip, you don’t need any visa when you are in Bali. Just pack your bags and go. So even with just ₹5000 in your pocket, you can definitely feel like a millionaire in Bali. So yes, covering Bali at ₹15000 for 5 days is doable at not even a shoestring budget. Trust me, I had my fair share of Nasi Goreng with some Bali coffee. So for those coffee lovers out there, you can get your Kopi Luwak for as cheap as a dollar per cup. 

Also Read:  Rohan Das’s 6-Day Family Trip To Bali

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Airport Transfer Cost From ₹ 40 To ₹ 2000 In Bali

Airport transfer is not a tough one if you are used to Uber and Ola. Indonesia has its giant taxi service called Gojek. And you don’t need a sim to use it.  Connect to the airport Wifi and wait for the drivers to take you towards the city. I had a hostel booked for the night so I took the bike taxi and headed over to Kuta for just ₹ 40. If you are planning to go towards Ubud or somewhere far, check google maps taxi section for the rates comparing Gojek and Grab. I won’t suggest going out and bargaining with local taxi drivers as I have heard bad reviews for that. So try Gojek or Grab if you wish to save a buck for your coffee or Nasi Goreng.

Sim Card Are Priced At ₹ 500 To ₹ 600 In Bali

Cheap sim cards cost you from ₹500 to ₹600 depending on the data you require. Most sim cards come with a month’s validity. For 600 which is less than 10$, I had 10gb of data that worked almost all around the Island. From the top of Mount Batur to the bottom of Kelingking Beach. Ignore airports for sim as they might be costlier instead get it from local vendor shops.

Transportation Around Bali 

Like the airport transfer, you can try Gojek/Grab but many areas like Ubud and Kuta don’t allow them. But you can find people with pamphlets sitting around saying ‘Bike Taxi’. Probably the government does this to support local drivers. But I wasn’t comfortable to travel by these since I wasn’t sure if the prices were regulated.  So you have two options, from renting a scooter which I did to taking taxis if you are part of a bigger group.

Depending on the vehicle, scooter costs anywhere between ₹200 to ₹500 per day. Taxis charge ₹2000 to ₹3000 per day depending on the size of the car. Petrol costs ₹50 to ₹60 per litre. I enquired t he taxi prices at hostels so it should come around to that. If you face any problems you should check with the hostel or hotel desk as they will help you out for sure.

Hostels In Bali Cost From ₹ 280- ₹ 600 Per Night 

I stayed only in hostels but whatever you see online in the booking sites you get that in Bali. I had no surprises when it came to hostels. So if you choose to stay in a hotel, you can definitely get what you see online. It depends on your budget but the best hostel so far during my visit is the New Ubud Hostel. For just ₹ 280 I got an air-conditioned bedroom with breakfast and proper lockers. And it’s a forest-themed one so I witnessed trees all around the property.

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Bali Flights Cost From ₹ 5000- ₹ 15,000

Flights are not included in my budget as I flew to Bali at just ₹ 2000 from Cambodia. As I went on a trip to many countries with a 5 day stop in Bali which is less as there’s still so much to see at Java Island, Gili Islands, and lots more if you include the whole of Indonesia. But you can get flights ranging from ₹5000 – ₹15000 round trip depending on when you book it. As there’s sale going on to this destination almost throughout the year.

I Paid Rs ₹ 200- ₹ 500 For Food In Bali

Depending on what you can do and what you prefer to eat you have every option out there in Bali. From vegan to delicious Balinese cuisine you have lots of options to try. And if you are on a budget I would suggest you eat local as that would save you alot of money. 

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My 5-Day Itinerary To Bali

And finally,  here’s my itinerary, which you must be waiting for. I have tried to utilize my time as much as I could when I was there. I missed a few places but I enjoyed my time at the few I was able to visit.

Day 1 – Exploring Nusa Penida

My Flight reached Bali or Ngurah Rai International Airport at midnight so I booked a hostel after landing there near Kuta. I did this so I can start the next day heading towards Nusa Penida, the first island I wanted to visit. Most people plan a day trip to that island but I decided to stay for the night.

From Kuta, you need to head over to Sanur beach which I covered on a Gojek bike taxi. From there, I took the speed boat for 200,000 IDR (₹1000) towards the island. You can get return tickets but it’s better to book one way as while returning I got it for 150,000 IDR (₹50,000) discount. I don’t know how I deserved the discount but if you book both ways you are charged the 400,000 IDR (₹2121)

At Nusa Penida, I rented a scooter for the price mentioned above. Here’s a quick tip. Don’t take it from the guys at the dock walk and ask the cafes around. You will get it at 40 to 50%  less, which I did. You must visit  Kelingking Beach, Angel Billabong, Broken Beach and Diamond Beach here. To combat the coronavirus pandemic Bali turned fermeneted palm wine arak into bottles of sanitizer. 

But you might require two days as these take time to reach from one to the other as the roads are quite bad.  And you have to come back before night as there are no street lights. Over and above all this you might also be greeted by a python, which happened to me. The python was relaxing in the middle of the covering the whole width of it.

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Day 2 – Visiting Ubud

I left Nusa Penida in the morning and headed over to Ubud. It was time to meet the mountains of Bali. I took a quick  30km ride to reach my hostel. After which I headed over to this beautiful lake temple called Ulun Danu Batur. Once you Google this place you will know properly after the search why I chose it to be the first place to visit even though it was 50km away from Ubud. 

 Just next to the temple was the famous Handara Bali Gate, which was very crowded. So if you are planning to go to Bali you have to ignore the crowd its everywhere. If you can’t, then don’t go there. Bali is a beautiful place which you must enjoy even amid the crowd. The Bali Gate looked beautiful when the sun sank down the mountains. It looked just amazing. At these places, you need to pay entry fees of ₹150 each at the temple and the Bali Gate.

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Day 3 – Midnight Trek To Mount Batur

One of the activities you must try in Bali is the Mount Batur night trek. I was tired but booked this at my hostel for ₹2000 which included transportation, food and guide. You can be picked up from almost anywhere in Bali so just check at the place you are staying and they will help you out with the cost.  

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The trek started at around 4 am as we had to reach there quite early. They picked us up from our hostels.  We ate a mini breakfast which left us energised to reach the top. It’s not a very tough trek so you can complete it with a mid fitness level. The gorgeous sunrise was definitely worth not sleeping that night. At the end of the trek, you might have to push yourself a little as it’s quite steep. And few surprises await when you start going down which I will let it be a surprise.  After the trek, we were dropped at our hostels and I slept for the whole day and did nothing much after that.

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Day 4 – Trip To Bali’s Rice Terraces & Waterfalls

On this day I visited the iconic Bali Rice Terrace farms. This is a farming style later I got to know even India follows at few places. It’s beautiful for sure but a guy from Assam with rice fields all around him doesn’t get that excited for it. But you should check it out, I went to the Tegalalang Rice Terrace which is the most famous in Ubud. This has swings and the famous romantic egg made of bamboo. Here you can click some beautiful pictures.

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I also visited the Tukad Cepung Waterfall and Tibumana Waterfall. These two waterfalls are located around 20 to 30kms away from the city. And I would suggest you at least visit 3 sightseeing spots a day in Bali. So take your time and take dip in the Tibumana waterfall. 

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Day 5 – Experiencing Uluwatu Temple 

My last day in Bali was a bitter-sweet one. I couldn’t believe my entire 5-day trip to Bali was almost over. So I started my day riding all over to Kuta where I booked my stay. I stayed around 1 km from the beach, which I, unfortunately, couldn’t visit. 

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After checking into my hotel, I was ready to head out. I planned to see the Uluwatu Temple which was about 25 km away from Kuta. To enter the temple I had to wear a Sarong to cover my legs. You can also walk around the pathway on the edge of the cliff to see the picturesque view of the temple from on top of the sea. You are not allowed to enter the temple. But can wait till evening to see the Kecak Fire Dance which is performed daily. I was on a tight schedule that day so had to miss it. But don’t blame me for that.

Firstly Kuta beach is not a place to visit at night there’s nothing and it’s dark. You can walk on the other side. When it comes to partying, enjoy the nightlife at hard rock cafes and local pubs with live music. But as it was a Thursday night it wasn’t really crowded.   So that was all you needed to know about my trip to Bali of 5 days for ₹ 15,000.  You can too visit Bali at this tight budget, but it definitely depends on your preferences as the Balinese spa and other activities comes at a price. But nevertheless, I do hope you enjoy your stay in Bali as much as I did. 

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Expert Tips for a Budget Trip to Bali from India (or Anywhere)

Expert Tips for a Budget Trip to Bali from India (or Anywhere)

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This post contains information on how to plan a budget trip to Bali.

Bali is one of the most popular tropical destinations across the world. The fact that Bali has so many beaches, exciting beach clubs, breathtaking rice terraces, and activities lie surfing, diving, and lots more make it a popular destination among all kinds of people. I myself had planned a month-long sojourn in Bali to try and cover as much of the island as I can. Those of you who follow me on Instagram will know that I couldn't complete my trip due to a scooter accident. However, looking at the bright side, I've put together everything I know about how to plan a Bali budget trip into this blog post.

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Budget Trip to Bali

A lot of people going to Bali are looking for cost-saving tips in order to make a budget trip to Bali. Since Bali is a huge island with so much to offer, you need a lot of time to cover most of it. Canggu, Seminyak, Ubud, Uluwatu, and 3 Nusa islands are some of the popular places in Bali. To cover most of Bali, you need to spend at least 10-15 days here minimum. And if you're spending so much time in one place, it's natural that you're looking for cost-saving tips. With this guide on how to make a budget trip to Bali, I hope to help you plan the perfect budget Bali trip for yourself

How to Reach Bali

If you're going to Bali from the US or some places in Europe, you may be able to find a direct flight. However, Air Asia is one of the cheapest and the carrier with most flights to and from cities in Asia. They have lots of flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok etc to Bali. Thus you can book a flight to one of these cities then take another one to Bali.

How to Reach Bali from India

There are many Indian and foreign airlines operating from India to Kuala Lumpur. At Kuala Lumpur, you can connect to a flight which will take you to Bali. You can even get connecting flights to Bali via Singapore or Thailand from India. I've broken down some of the budget airlines and their pros and cons below.

Air Asia is one of the major airlines operating to and from destinations in Asia. What I like about this airline is that there are many flights operating from multiple cities in India at different times of the day. I had lots of options when it came to choosing the city to fly out of India and the time of the day. One minus point though is that there is no checked luggage included. You will need to purchase that additionally if you wish to carry checked luggage. Other than that, Air Asia operates like any other budget airline I've flown with in India.

Malindo Air

I loved travelling by Malindo Air. There was so much legroom that I wasn't accustomed to seeing on budget airlines. Every seat came with a cute little back pillow . But that wasn't even the best part about travelling to Bali on a Malindo Air flight. There were entertainment units installed which had the latest TV shows and movies. In fact, there were shows for kids and games as well. Another thing I liked was the 15 kg checked baggage that came free with my flight ticket purchase. However, be careful that your checked bag does not weigh more than the permissible weight because the airline charges heavy fees for excess weight. Believe me, I've made the mistake and regret the exorbitant amount I had to pay.

Where to Stay in Bali

Whether you're looking for a short stay or a long term stay, whether you're on a tight budget or willing to splurge, you'll easily find LOTS of options in Bali. Take a look at the kind of stays I booked during my budget trip to Bali.

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Book Hostels in Bali

Where to stay in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Hostels

Bali has a lot of hostels with cool amenities. In fact, for most of my Bali trip, I had booked hostels. Each and every one of them came with a pool. How cool is that?! While I was in Canggu I stayed at the Canggu Castle hostel for quite a few days. The lounge and pool area was unlike anything I've ever seen in a  hostel. Plus they had comfy beds, clean rooms and even a nice terrace. This hostel is located in the Berawa Canggu area which is close to a lot of beach clubs and some amazing cafes and restaurants.

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Rent Airbnbs in Bali

Where to stay in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Airbnbs in Bali

Apart from hostels, I had even booked a few airbnbs to splurge and enjoy a private comfortable stay after a few hectic sightseeing days. Bali has a lot of amazing airbnbs - many of them even come with bathtubs, private pools and swings. The cost of these airbnbs ranges from extremely inexpensive to luxurious rates. There's something for every budget. What I loved about airbnbs in Bali though is that a lot of properties come with pools and nice balconies. Just enter your budget and amenities filters and search for the perfect stay for youself.

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Bali Currency

The Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) which is used in Bali, Indonesia is a weak currency. As of 21 April 2020, 1 Indian rupee (INR) is equivalent to 204 IDR and 1 USD is equivalent to 15682.50 IDR. This gives a slight advantage to anyone making a budget trip to Bali from India or from the US or Europe.

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Where to Eat in Bali During a Bali Budget Trip

Where to eat in Bali during a budget trip to Bali - Local warungs

While there are plenty of cafes and upscale restaurants in Bali, I found that the most cost-effective way to have a good meal was to visit a local warung. Warungs in Bali are small restaurants run by locals. A lot of warungs have a buffet system where you pick dishes you like and only pay for what you eat which can cost as less as IDR 25k (roughly INR 150 or 2 USD). On the other hand, you can even order dishes from a menu. At the local warungs where I ate, I was able to have hearty delicious meals at unbelievably cheap prices. I recommend Warung O-Em-Ge in Canggu for a good nasi goreng.

Getting Around Bali

Uber is an unpopular option in Bali. The taxi unions do not like having outside organisations taking away business. Therefore there's another alternative to Uber in Bali which is called Grab . It works just like any cab-hailing app does. Just download the app, enter your pickup point and your destination and choose the type of ride. Another popular alternative is to book GoJek bikes in Bali. GoJek is an app which you can use to order a 2-wheeler ride at dirt cheap rates. A person on a motorcycle will arrive, hand you a helmet and take you to your destination. Apart from that, you can even hire taxis or rent motorcycles to get around Bali.

Tips for a Bali Budget Trip

Tips for a budget trip to Bali from India

While you can easily plan a budget trip to Bali just because the place offers everything for lesser prices compared to a majority of the world, there are a few tips you can use to ensure your Bali budget trip doesn't exceed the cost you had in mind.

Going from Bali Airport to the City

The Ngurah Rai airport in Bali is located at Denpasar approximately an hour's ride away from popular places like Canggu, Seminyak or Ubud. The ride from the Bali airport to the city centre can cost a lot if you give in to the exorbitant rates of the taxi operators there. The best way to avoid paying a heavy fare price to go from Bali airport to the city is to get out of the airport, cross the road to reach the parking and order a Grab or Bluebird taxi which charge nominal and fair rates. Beware that technically these taxis are banned at the airport but you can find them at the parking lot pick-up point. Read this article for more details, which I found quite helpful.

Beware of Currency Exchange Scams

Budget trip to Bali frfom India - Tips to avoid Bali currency scams

While there are a few popular Bali scams, you need to especially be wary of the currency exchange scam. If you find that you're getting an exchange rate which sounds too good to be true, chances are that it probably is! The way the scam takes place is that some local currency exchange shop will offer you a very good exchange rate. Once you hand over your money, a person sitting behind a counter counts the local currency to give you. Then they hand over the money to you. So what's the catch? After they have counted the money, they drop a few bills without you noticing and then hand over the money to you. So before you exit, count the entire amount handed over to you. If possible, exchange your currency at the airport or inside a bank.

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Know Where to Withdraw Money in Bali

If you go through online forums, you'll come across a lot of people who say that they lost a lot of money after withdrawing money from an atm or they lost money after their card was swallowed by the atm. You can read about these scams in detail by doing a quick search. The way to avoid it is by only using ATMs located inside a bank. Another thing to remember is to never use an ATM inside a convenience store. Those ATMs are almost always rigged to swallow your card and scamming you out off a lot of money which can mess with your budget trip to Bali. Also, remember to always cover the keypad with your hand while entering your pin in the ATM machine and only use an ATM inside a bank .

Buy a Local Sim Card upon Arrival

Having a local sim card can benefit you in many ways. Firstly, you won't have to struggle to find wifi. Secondly, you can easily use Grab, Bluebird or GoJek to book cheap rides at your convenience anytime anywhere. Thirdly, you need not worry about excess data charges if you use your home country's sim card abroad in Bali. I bought a sim card upon arrival at Bali airport. Take a look at this article to navigate the Bali airport arrivals and for a few handy tips.

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Shopping in Bali

No trip to Bali is complete without a little shopping or maybe lots of shopping. There are plenty of nice stores in Canggu and Seminyak as well as some markets such as Love Anchor that are set up to sell products. On the other hand, you'll find a large market in Ubud at all times. Haggling is common in Bali but the best way to enjoy a shopping spree in Bali without breaking the bank is by going early in the morning. The Balinese believe the first sale of the day to be auspicious. So show up in the morning, buy all your products from the same shop and negotiate a fair price.

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The Ultimate Guide: How to Plan a Budget Bali Trip from India


Planning a trip to the beautiful island of Bali from India? Dreaming of pristine beaches, verdant landscapes, and the calming spirituality of the island, but worried about costs? Well, you’re in the right place! This comprehensive guide will give you everything you need to plan a budget trip to Bali, ensuring you have an unforgettable experience without burning a hole in your pocket.

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Understanding the Cost Factors

Before we dive into the planning process, let’s discuss the key cost factors you’ll need to consider.

The airfare from India to Bali is a significant part of the budget. Depending on the time of booking, the airline you choose, and the flight’s route, prices can vary greatly.

Here’s a list of airlines that frequently operate flights from major Indian cities to Denpasar, Bali, along with approximate prices for a round-trip ticket:

  • AirAsia : One of the most budget-friendly options, AirAsia, offers flights from cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Bali. The prices typically range from INR 20,000 to INR 30,000, depending on the time of booking and season.
  • Malindo Air : This airline provides a good balance between cost and comfort, with fares typically ranging from INR 22,000 to INR 35,000.
  • Garuda Indonesia : As the national carrier of Indonesia, Garuda operates regular flights to Bali, offering a more premium experience. Prices usually fall within INR 35,000 to INR 45,000.
  • Singapore Airlines : With a layover in Singapore, this airline offers excellent service, but it comes with a heftier price tag. Expect to pay between INR 40,000 and INR 50,000 for a round trip.
  • Malaysia Airlines : Another option with a layover, this time in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Airlines’ fares typically range between INR 25,000 and INR 40,000.

Please note that these prices are approximate and can vary based on when and where you book, how far in advance you book, and the time of year you plan to travel. It’s also important to consider that additional charges may apply for baggage and in-flight amenities. Always compare flight prices from different airlines and booking platforms to secure the best deal.


Bali offers a wide range of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury resorts. The choice of accommodation significantly impacts your overall budget.

Budget Accommodation

Budget travellers and solo adventurers often choose hostels for their affordability and social atmosphere. Most hostels offer dormitory-style rooms with shared bathrooms, but some also have private rooms. A night at a hostel in Bali typically ranges from INR 500 to INR 1,500.

Some popular budget hostels include:

  • Puri Garden Hotel & Hostel in Ubud : Known for its excellent location and services, including yoga classes and a swimming pool.
  • The Farm Hostel in Canggu : Perfect for surfers and digital nomads, it offers spacious dorms and a tranquil environment.


Guesthouses, also known as ‘homestays,’ are another budget-friendly option. These family-run establishments offer a warm, homely experience, typically with private rooms and en-suite bathrooms. Prices per night usually range from INR 1,000 to INR 3,000.

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Mid-Range Accommodation

Boutique hotels and b&bs.

For those seeking more privacy and amenities without breaking the bank, boutique hotels and B&Bs are excellent choices. These establishments offer personalised services and unique decors. Prices generally range from INR 3,000 to INR 7,000 per night.

  • Tegal Sari in Ubud : Surrounded by lush rice fields, this hotel offers beautiful wooden cottages.
  • Ananda Cottage also in Ubud : Featuring Balinese-style rooms, three swimming pools, and yoga classes.

Luxury Accommodation

Resorts and villas.

Bali is renowned for its luxury resorts and private villas, particularly in areas like Seminyak and Nusa Dua. With prices typically starting at INR 10,000 per night, these accommodations offer world-class services, private pools, spas, fine dining options, and stunning views.

  • Four Seasons Resort at Jimbaran Bay : Offering luxurious villas, each with a private pool.
  • The Mulia in Nusa Dua : Known for its impressive beachfront pools and stylish rooms.

Remember, prices can vary significantly depending on the season, location, and booking platform. Always compare prices and check guest reviews before booking. Consider the proximity to the attractions you plan to visit, availability of public transportation, and the type of neighbourhood when choosing your accommodation.

Other Important Factor of Bali Budget Trip

Food and drink.

Bali is known for its delicious cuisine, with options to fit every budget. Whether you’re enjoying street food or fine dining, the cost of meals can add up.

Local Transportation

Getting around Bali involves costs, whether you’re hiring a driver, renting a scooter, or using public transportation.

Sightseeing and Activities

Entrance fees to temples, parks, and attractions, as well as the cost of activities like surfing lessons or spa treatments, need to be considered in your budget.

Detailed Planning Steps

Now, let’s explore the step-by-step guide to plan your budget trip to Bali.

Bali boasts a tropical climate, making it a year-round destination. However, to maximize savings and avoid crowds, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons – April to June and September to October. Not only will you enjoy pleasant weather, but you’ll also find lower prices on accommodation and flights.

Look for the best deals on flights at least two to three months before your travel dates. Booking well in advance will significantly reduce your costs. Airlines like AirAsia and Malindo Air often have reasonably priced flights from major Indian cities to Denpasar, Bali’s capital.

Great news for Indian passport holders – Indonesia offers a free 30-day visa on arrival for Indian citizens. Ensure your passport is valid for at least six months from your arrival date in Bali.

Bali offers an array of budget-friendly accommodation options, ranging from hostels to guest houses and budget hotels. Regions like Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud are popular among tourists, providing affordable lodging options. Always compare prices on different platforms and consider booking directly through the hotel’s website as they often have exclusive discounts.

Getting Around

One of the most cost-effective and fun ways to get around Bali is by renting a scooter, which usually costs around INR 400-500 per day. Alternatively, you can also use local transport like Bemos or hire a private driver for full-day tours. Remember to negotiate prices beforehand to avoid overpaying.

Eating in Bali can be a delightful, yet budget-friendly experience. Look for local Warungs (small family-owned restaurants) that serve delicious Balinese cuisine at very affordable prices. You can enjoy a hearty meal for as low as INR 100-150. However, make sure to drink bottled water to avoid any health issues.

Activities and Sightseeing

Plan your itinerary in a way that you visit multiple attractions within the same area on the same day to save on transport costs. Admission fees for most temples and attractions in Bali are quite affordable (ranging from INR 200-500). However, if you’re a fan of water sports or plan on taking surfing lessons, be sure to negotiate for the best prices.

While shopping in Bali can be tempting, it’s essential to stick to your budget. Bali’s markets are famous for their bargaining culture, so don’t hesitate to negotiate prices for souvenirs, clothing, or handicrafts. Also, consider purchasing local SIM cards for data and communication as they are quite cheap and efficient.

Health and Safety

Travel insurance is a must. It might seem like an unnecessary expense, but it is crucial for unforeseen circumstances. Also, keep a small first-aid kit handy and follow general safety measures.

Money Saving Tips for Bali Trip

Travel during off-peak season.

Travelling during the off-peak season can significantly reduce airfare and accommodation costs.

Opt for Local Cuisine

Local food is often cheaper and gives you an authentic taste of Balinese culture.

Use Public Transport

Using public transport or renting a bike can be more economical than hiring a private cab.

Planning a budget trip to Bali from India is indeed possible with a little bit of careful planning. By considering the various cost factors and utilizing our step-by-step guide, you’ll be well on your way to an unforgettable and affordable Bali adventure.

What is the best time to visit Bali?

Off-peak season (April, May, June and September) is the best time for a budget trip.

Is Bali safe for tourists?

Yes, Bali is generally safe for tourists, but like any destination, it’s important to take the usual travel precautions.

Can I use credit cards in Bali?

Credit cards are widely accepted in Bali, especially in tourist areas. However, it’s advisable to carry some cash for small vendors.

What is the local currency in Bali?

The local currency in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR).

Are there vegetarian food options available in Bali?

Yes, Bali offers a range of vegetarian and vegan-friendly food options.

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How Much Does it Cost to Travel to Bali from India?

Bali, an Indonesian island located in the westernmost tip of the Lesser Sunda Islands, is an immensely popular holiday destination for Indian travellers. With its stunning scenery, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality, it’s no wonder that Bali is the dream destination for many. But how much does it cost to travel to Bali from India?

The cost of a trip to Bali from India depends on several factors such as the time of travel, the type of accommodation, the length of stay, and the mode of transport. Generally, travelling to Bali from India is not expensive and you can easily get a round-trip for less than ₹20,000. However, the cost may vary depending on the season and the number of people travelling.

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The most economical way to reach Bali from India is to fly. There are several direct flights from India to Bali that offer competitive prices. The flight time from India to Bali is around 5-7 hours, depending on the airline and the route. The airfares can vary from ₹15,000-20,000 for a round-trip depending on the season and the availability of seats.

Once you reach Bali, you can choose to stay in a budget hotel or a more luxurious resort. Accommodation in Bali ranges from budget hotels to five-star resorts. Hotel prices can start from as low as ₹1000 per night. But if you’re looking for a more luxurious experience, you can find resorts with prices ranging from ₹7,000-20,000 per night.

The cost of food in Bali is also quite reasonable. You can get a full meal in a local restaurant for around ₹200-300. Street food is also available in abundance and it’s relatively cheap. You can also find a range of international cuisines from Italian to Mexican in the more upscale restaurants.

If you’re looking to explore the island, the cost of transport in Bali is also quite low. You can rent a scooter for as low as ₹350 per day and explore the island at your own pace. You can also hire a car for ₹1000-1500 per day. Taxis are also available and are generally quite affordable.

To sum it up, a budget trip to Bali from India can cost around ₹20,000-25,000 per person for a round-trip. This includes flight fares, accommodation, food, and transport. But if you’re looking for a more luxurious experience, you can easily spend upwards of ₹50,000. So, if you’re planning a trip to Bali, make sure you plan your budget accordingly.

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How Much Does a Bali Trip Cost? (Prices for 2024/2025)

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When considering a Bali trip, you may want to know how much it would cost. Is it expensive?

Here is a breakdown of how much it costs for flights, hotels, transportation, sightseeing, food, and activities.

Is Bali Expensive?

  • Typical Costs for 1 Day, 1 Week, and 1 Month
  • Cost of International Flights to Bali
  • Cost of Eating and Drinking
  • The Cost of Transportation
  • Cost of Attractions/Activities
  • Tips for Saving Money

Bali is not an expensive destination compared to other vacation spots in Southeast Asia .

  • A private customized tour of the main attractions/activities in the south costs around US$120/person/day (2–4 people)*
  • A private volcano and hot spring tour or a rainforest discovery tour costs around US$200/person/day (2–4 people)*

* Private guide, car, and driver, attraction tickets, activities, and lunch included

It is a cost-effective island for a tour partly because most of the best beaches, surfing beaches, scenic terraced rice fields, and sightseeing landmarks are in the central and eastern parts of the island within about an hour from the airport and main hotel locations by private vehicle at times of low traffic, so transportation costs and trip lengths are kept low.

Some of the best snorkeling/diving areas are also within this 1-hour driving radius . Some others of the best beaches, diving areas, terraced fields and waterfalls/sightseeing/hiking areas are in the northern and eastern parts of Bali within an hour and half to two hours travel time from the airport.

Moreover, Bali can suit all kinds of budgets, from economical to luxury . However, Bali is an expat enclave and has heavy tourism. So, this drives the prices up, but in the off season (November to March except during the major holidays), you can get better prices. 

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Typical Costs for 1 Week in Bali

Prices are going up, but Bali remains very good value compared to Western countries.

  • 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.

The typical cost for a person for a week in Bali is from 1,000 USD.

For more on planning a week's holiday, see How to Plan a Trip to Bali .

Comparison with Thailand

Similar to Bali, Thailand is also affordable for all budget levels. 2–3 plane journeys are generally needed for a classic Thailand tour from north to south (Chiang Mai, Bangkok, and Phuket or Koh Samui), which makes traveling in Thailand slightly costlier than in Bali by 20–30 USD per person per day. A 10-Day Private Classic Thailand Tour costs around 2,000 USD per person.

Check the sample itineraries of Bali for 10 days .

The Cost of International Flights to Bali

The only international airport in Bali is Denpasar International Airport (DPS). The cheapest months to visit are October to March (rainy season). Airline prices from the middle of December to early January are high for the Christmas and New Year season. The most expensive months are from April to September, especially the Easter vacation period and summer holiday season (June to August).

Airline Ticket Prices from Major Cities to Bali (round trip):

  • New York , United States: From 1,500 USD . Flying to Bali from New York requires at least one stopover.
  • Sydney , Australia: From 800 USD. Flying out of Sydney can be non-stop.
  • London , England: From 900 USD. Flying out of London requires at least one stop.

For more on seasonal differences in Bali travel, see Best (and Worst) Times to Visit Bali .

Cost of Accommodations in Bali

Here are the approximate costs for a standard 2-person room in Bali for 2024. This is for reference only (prices fluctuate quickly due to various uncertainties related to changes in the epidemic situation):

* Low season : November to March except for around Christmas and New Year

* High season : April to September, Christmas and New Year season

During the busy months/weeks, we recommend you plan and book your accommodations well in advance.

Hotels are included in our itineraries and we can generally secure favorable prices. We recommend suitable hotels based on your budget, preferred location, room specification (e.g. no-smoking), and other requirements. Feel free to contact us .

For more on hotels, see: The 10 Best Luxury Hotels and Resorts in Bali .

The Cost of Eating and Drinking in Bali

  • Budget : A meal in a cheap local-style restaurant can be as low as 25,000 IDR (1.70 USD or 1.70 EUR).
  • Mid-range : A mid-range restaurant meal for two people with three courses costs about 21 USD or 21 EUR.

For our recommendations for food to try in Bali, tips on staying healthy, and some phrases to use in restaurants, see The 10 Best Bali Foods and Dishes You Absolutely Have to Try .

The Cost of Transportation in Bali

  • Taxi: The price of a taxi in Bali depends on several factors. The taxi starting price is about 0.47 USD (7,000 IDR). For each additional 1 km you have to pay about 0.50 USD (7,500 IDR).

Traveling around Bali is usually by taxi or private transfer. It generally takes no more than 2 hours of driving from Ubud in central Bali to the most southerly beaches.

Public buses and scoooter/bike hire are obviously a lot less efficient, convenient, and comfortable. While you could save most of your transport costs, it would mean less time at the attractions and hence less value-for-money on your tour time, so we don't recommend them generally.

The Cost of Attractions/Activities in Bali

Beaches : Public beaches are free, but you may need to pay to enter a private beach. See Best Beaches in Bali: How to Choose the Right One for Your Trip .

Rice terraces : The less popular rice terraces are generally free to visit. The most popular ones such as Jatiluwih and Tegallalang have entrance fees of about 4 or 5 dollars for tourists. The ticket sales help locls to cultivate the land and build concrete paths for better access to the rice fields. See The Top Bali Rice Terraces: Which to Visit .

Tips for Saving Money in Bali

  • Traveling during shoulder/low season (November to March helps to reduce airfare and touring costs substantially.
  • Use bicycle/scooter hire. Take the public buses. Share taxi rides with others.
  • The biggest tourist areas around Denpasar, on the southern and southeastern coasts, and around Ubud are the most expensive touring areas. For lower prices, you can go to the north coast, and the least expensive and least touristy area is western Bali.
  • Eat at small, local, inexpensive restaurants called warungs for authentic and cheap Balinese food.
  • Shop at fresh food markets for fruits and vegetables instead of supermarkets.

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The China Highlights and tour of Dali was absolutely wonderful. The tour guide Daisy was so nice, knowledgeable and provided an excellent, memorable experience of Old Town Dali, Erhai Lake, the Three Pagodas and so much more. I have been on many tours and this one was the best, exactly what we were looking for, including the pace, the food, the attention to details, care and professionalism. Everything was positively great!

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From the moment we arrived in Shanghai it was an unforgettable experience. The agency and Martín (our guide) made everything possible to had the best experience and were always open to show or teach more if was necessary. We were very happy with the places we saw and the stories we learned thanks to Martín!!! I totally recommend the agency!!

Our family tour with China Travel was absolutely wonderful. The China highlights of Dali was planned with the great care and help from Vanessa, and the actual tour guide, Daisy, who was knowledgeable, flexible, helpful, and provided an excellent, memorable experience for my family. We toured several locations and I especially liked the pace of Old Town Dali, the scenic view of Erhai Lake, and the history of the Three Pagodas, and so much more. I have been on many tours and this one was the best, exactly what we were looking for, including the pace, the food, the attention to details, care and professionalism. Everything was positively great! Highly

My mother and I greatly enjoyed our trip to Dali. Our tour guide was Daisy and she did a wonderful job taking us on an adventure around to everywhere we wanted to go. We even went to some under appreciated areas that we had been interested in! We visited a bit after my mother's birthday and Daisy was kind enough to give my mother a gift!

Our family tour with China Travel was absolutely wonderful. The China highlights of Dali was planned with the great care and help from Vanessa, and the actual tour guide, Daisy, who was knowledgeable, flexible, helpful, and provided an excellent, memorable experience for my family.

Ethan has been my tour guide for my four day trip to Beijing. He has been knowledgeable, polite, and most helpful. I was uncomfortable coming to China for the first time without speaking any Chinese at all. Ethan gave the tours, arranged for shows and literally took me to my seats. He also accompanied me to the train station to help figure my was around and help me find the correct train and car. I would definitely use China Highlights again in the future.

Lily Wong our guide at Guilin was wonderful. Along with all the good qualities like being punctual,courteous, organized,knowledgeable,hard working she is also caring.The scenaries at Guilin is second to none,Lily helped us to take lots of pictures to capture the scenaries as much as possible.With Lily's help I can enjoy the amazing cave and the rafting.At Yangshuo Lily also recommend a Light Show on the river.That was fantastic never saw anything like it. I must mention the unique hotel they put us in.Its called Yangshuo Moondance hotel.My wife is very happy with Lily because she took a lot of pictures for her and took her shopping for a new (Qie Pao,cantonese Cheung Sham).

We were so fortunate to have Kris as our tour guide. He was so kind and helpful with a great sense of humor. He made sure that my parents, who are in their 70s, were comfortable and that we traveled at a good place. Kris had excellent suggestions for restaurants and he helped arrange tickets to the Eras 2 show- like a cirque de soleil type show that was spectacular. I really enjoyed the Yu Garden as well as the propaganda poster museum. I highly recommend Kris and China Highlights!

I have an excellent trip to Guilin and my guide, Gary Wei who works for China Highlights Tour was very professional and knowledgeable in regard to the history of the Guilin and Yangshuo. Gary was remarkable with his recital of a lot of ancient poems. Hence, I had such a good and memorable experience. I do highly recommend China Highlights Tour to anyone who wish to visit China.

Our tour guides Doyle Cheng (Kunming), Daisy Shi (Dali), Martin (Lijiang) were knowledgeable about the local culture and folklore regaling us with many stories, history mixed with witty remarks and jokes.They made us feel safe, comfortable during the many trips feeding us with local snacks, sweets, pastries, fruits. Our shopping list were all taken care off with their well recommended shops and even bargain hunting.They were sensitive and alert to our toilet breaks, flexible to last minute changes and recommended good dinner restaurants.Big thank you to Martin for your extra attention given to our children when they werent feeling well.

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Information was not clear from where to check in international or domestic Airport at Ahmedabad.

The deplaning experience was bad, since they did not get the aerobridge at Madras on arrival and the bus felt like a local train during office hour rush

Qatar said few times that the luggage will be at the final destination but they were wrong. Please check where your port of entry is at the destination. This is where the luggage would be. The food was terrible.

Comfortable seats, service, food and responses of crews member was polite and way they were talking with customer was very professional.

One of the On board crew misbehaved and services were poor

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The Airlines is really professional and flights are almost on time in respect of departure and arrivals are concerned.

The trip was booked on a Premium Economy, I was moved to standard economy with no compensation. When I boarded the flight crew had already made someone else sit in my place who were reluctant to give me my seat. Quite a few people were found not wearing masks and crew did nothing about it. No choice of food in spite of me with a standard economy ticket that includes the option of food.

Pathetic ground staff and customer care. I paid for an upgrade 3 weeks before the journey, and I was downgraded with no reason.

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No comments on food as I did not order. A normal Indigo flight was made memorable by the staff

I was unable to check in online. It said PRN is not correct few times in spite of it being correct. I could not book my seat. I travelled from Mumbai to Chennai & Chennai to tiruchi. I raised my problem to staff in Mumbai and they were not helpful. They kept saying I needed to do it in Chennai. They said they can’t print my boarding pass since it started from Chennai. They could have helped me with online checking. Customer service is very poor and not helpful. They could have done a better job.

Already mentioned the didorerly check in process. The crew were not aware that I pre-booked for snacks and paid for. They said I have to pay for snacks and drinks, when I showed the crew my boarding pass they said that the system was not updated with this information. Very strange excuse..

Bag check is not as smooth as can be at CST Terminal 2. Passengers are advised to print out and attach boarding passes at home in a bid to avoid crowding at self-service kiosks given the Covid-19 public health crisis. However attendants then say tags need to be re-printed at the counter as the ones provided by the airline at the airport are more secure. While the check-in process is aided by the helpful staff, Indigo Airlines could do a better job of providing more self-service kiosks and clearer guidance during the online purchase process. Suggest calling ahead to confirm situation on the ground.

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no charging point. food offering is limited and very much on the budget line. Overall is not satisfying for such a price and duration of flight.

It was a cheaper flight and it arrived early. I thought the crew were pretty noisy for an overnight flight, and my friend was not able to sleep because of the noise. Also I think it’s absurd they don’t provide complementary water. Why does everything have to be a surcharge? Airplanes are dehydrating and it would be beneficial to help passengers stay healthy.

U could offer everyone a drink ,juice or water.. coffe or tea ...ur air craft isn't a flea market ,where someone has to buy a tea or water!!

Extra luggage after you purchase 1 is gonna jacked u up to 800sgd which is so up to the hook... you could buy 3 round trips ticket on that price.. im so disappointed.. im not gonna choose this airline anymore.. horrible experience...

Instead of the flight attendants talking to each other they should have been monitoring the passengers. The person beside me took a phone call literally 30 seconds before the plane landed. As we were going down the runway ( from landing ) a person in the row in front of me and behind me made phone calls; CRAZY

It was okay, the crew staff was very friendly and helpful to my family. They helped us to find a doctor in the flight as my son got seizure problems. They provided extra blankets, Pillows and water .

Mumbai to Delhi aircraft was unfit for flying. Seats in front of me were broken and cracked , tray table falling apart. Seats loose shaking. During Take off and landing there were loud banging noises and plane almost drifting off the runway. Fight delayed by 2 hours. We're told by crew that it was due to technical issues, no wonder given the aircraft conditions it was flying in. Very old airplane

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Bali is one of the most affordable and most sought-after international destinations among Indian travellers. All you have to do is plan a trip, make the right decisions, and do all this beforehand. Are you wondering what makes Bali an affordable international getaway from India? Read on to know how to plan a fabulous trip to Bali without breaking your bank.

Affordable flights

If you plan ahead and manage to book your flight tickets well in advance, you can grab a steal deal. This holds true for both domestic as well as international destinations. The more you wait, the more you pay! Cut to chase, book tickets to Bali around two months in advance, and you are great to go. To make sure that you get hold of lowest air fare, search for flights in incognito mode.

Get free visa

This is obviously the best part of travelling to Bali! Indian travellers visiting Bali for less than 30 days will not require any visa. Indian travellers only need a visa exemption stamp from the immigration counter, which is available free of cost. However, if you are travelling for a duration of more than 30 days, you can also apply for visa-on-arrival when you enter Indonesia.

Surprisingly affordable stay options

Getting comfortable as well as affordable accommodation in Bali will be a delight for travellers. One can select from budget hotels, cosy homestays, and luxurious resorts without hurting their pocket. The best part is that there is something to suit every pocket. If you are able to grab a deal, you can even get an accommodation option in Bali ranging between INR 800 to INR 1000 per night.

Pick the right hotel

This can be tricky at times, but with little research, you can get things right. Try to book hotels in areas that are not that far from the centre or popular attractions. This will help you save some extra bucks while exploring.

Travelling around

Here, you will find a range of transport options to choose from, including bicycles, taxis, and bikes. However, be aware of taxi drivers as some are infamous for duping tourists. It is advisable that you wait till you find a Blue Bird taxi, which are usually considered honest of the lot. Do note that if you intend to stay in Ubud, you will not find any taxis there.

It goes without saying that Bali is a paradise for food lovers. From fancy cafes to small restaurants, offering breathtaking, and serving piping hot local delicacies, this destination has it all. If you visit a decent restaurant, you can even have a main course at around INR 200, and a pint of local beer can cost as low as INR100. Vegetarians might struggle in some areas, but Bali is mostly a haven for vegans and vegetarians; think Buddha bowls.

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  • Strong India/Hindu connection with temples, mythology & history
  • Not too far from India- can reach in about half a day (one stop)
  • Rice terraces, mountains, culture & great tender coconut.
  • Flights from India: Cheapest- INR 12000+ return (airasia sale), normal fare is about 18000-20000 INR from most Indian cities via KUL
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  • Transport: Bike rental- around INR 600-800 per day (rent+fuel+toll+insurance+ parking etc), can rental- factor 3000-4000 INR per day
  • Food: INR 200 per meal for budget food- Approx INR 500 per day per person onwards 
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Bali Visa For Indians: A Complete Guide to Applying for a Bali Visa

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To the east of Java, situated in the western end of the Lesser Sunda islands, lie Bali, where millions of tourists visit every year to witness its beautiful beaches, temples, volcanic mountains, and unique and colourful coral reefs. However there are few things that you would require to know before going on with the visa application process for getting the Bali Visa for Indians.

Stay Duration Less than 30 Days

Indians who wish to travel to Bali for a stay of 30 days for tourism purposes do not require a visa , you will get a visa Exemption Stamp at the airport’s immigration counter. This is valid for a single entry, for every new exit and re-entry into Indonesia you are eligible for a free visa. However this is not applicable for people who travel for tourism, Business or any other purposes other than tourism. This visa is not extendable, and cannot be converted into a different visa, unless there are some unforeseen contingencies like natural disasters.

The documents that you would require are a valid passport for at least six months after your date of return, the return flight ticket, evidence for adequate funds for meeting the expenses of your stay at Bali, a minimum of USD 100 (Rp.7,000) per day, your purpose of visit, and accommodation or hotel bookings.

Stay Duration 30 - 60 Days

For a stay of  30-60 days at Bali for social or for tourism purposes can get a Visa On Arrival after landing in Indonesia at the immigration counter at Rs. 2400 per person. This is fee is applicable for infants as well. The Visa On Arrival is applicable for a period of 30 days and can be extended once for another 30 days by paying an additional Rs.3008 without having to leave the country, it takes around 7 business days. For being able to get Visa On Arrival you need the following documents, 6 months valid passport, purpose of visit, adequate funds for the expenses, booking for accommodation and return flight ticket.

Social and Cultural Visa B-211

If you wish to apply for Social and Cultural Visa B-211, you can enter Indonesia once and stay for 60days. But you would require a sponsor letter from an Indonesian citizen living in Indonesia. If you can’t arrange for a sponsor letter you can connect with an agent and get a sponsor letter at Rp. 5,313, and the consulate visa fee for Social Visa is around Rp. 3,542. You are not allowed to take up employment with this visa. You would require 6months valid passport, a photocopy of the main passport page, the page with the entry stamp to the country applied, sponsorship letter, a photocopy of the sponsor’s ID and bank account statement, ticket to and from Indonesia and Visa application form with two passport sized photographs. Extension of the Social and Cultural Visa is possible by staying at Bali itself or anywhere else in Indonesia. It can be extended for a period of 30days, for a maximum of 4 times and costs around Rs. 2400 and agent fee of Rs. 1771, and it takes around 14 working days. While applying for Social and Cultural visa you would need 12 months valid visa, address proof in the Home Country and also in Indonesia, hotel’s address if you're staying at a hotel.

Multiple Entry Visa

The most preferred type of visa by the tourists is the  Multiple Entry Visa, by which one can stay at Bali for a period of 60 days. This visa requires you to have already stayed at Bali for 90 days before this process is started. This visa can be collected at the embassy or consulate outside Indonesia based on your convenience. This visa is valid for 12 months, it costs around Rp. 16,294 and the agent fee is Rp. 4,108. This visa is solely for tourism and not for business purposes. The documents required for Multiple Visa Entry are, Scanned copy of the first two pages of your passport, a copy of your bank account statement of 90 days with a minimum balance of at least $2000(Rp1,41,000), and the embassy from where you can collect your visa. This process takes around 4-6 days.

Business Visa

While applying for a Business Visa the following documents should be presented a six months valid passport, two copies of the Visa form, two photographs of the applicant (35x44mm) in white background, flight ticket and proof of stay in Bali, salary slip of past 3 months, women travelling alone require an NOC from father or husband, a covering letter from the organization in the home country and an invitation letter of the organization in Indonesia, and your travel insurance. The business visa is applicable for a period of 14 days.

Employment Visa

If you are looking for employment in Bali you can apply for the Employment Visa along with the following documents, two passport sized photographs(red background), flight ticket copy, a document stating the applicant’s work permit has been received at embassy, if the applicant is below 18 years they should also produce their work permit.

The Indonesian Visa centers in India are in New Delhi, at 50-A Kautilya Marg,110021,Chanakyapuri,New Delhi, India. In Mumbai, at 19,Altamound road,Cumbala Hill,400026, Mumbai, India. In Kolkata, at 4C White House 119 Park Street, and in Chennai at 3rd floor Ispahani center 123/124, Nungambakam 600034.

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  • The Indonesian Embassy at New Delhi- 91-11-2611- 8642/8643/8645/8646/0694.
  • Email ID- [email protected]
  • Consulate in Mumbai- 91-22-2351- 1678/0940/0900.
  • Consulate in Kolkata- 91-33-2229- 6557/6658/7519.
  • Consulate in Chennai-91-44-4208-9196.
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Encircled by turquoise waters, Bali is an Indonesian island that is home to breathtaking beauty! Its landscape is dotted with beautiful rice paddy fields, towering volcanic mountains that are draped in luscious greens along serene beaches. Bali is not just renowned for its mesmeric natural splendour but is also a great place bustling with culture. From its religious sites to its sculptures, you can revel in all things Balinese with Bali tour packages! Bali’s beach city Kuta is home to lively bars and its other resort towns like Nusa Dua offer great spots for meditation and yoga. That is why a Bali tour is idyllic for your vacation because Bali tourism will leave you spellbound!So go through Bali tour packages today to plan a wonderful vacation for yourself and your loved ones.

Bali: An Overview

Here are some basic details about Bali that you must know when you book Bali tour packages.

Currency : Rupiah (IDR)

Symbol : ‘Rp’

Best Time to Visit : April to October

Visa for India: An Indian national who has booked a Bali tour, must apply for a B-211 Visa in the Indonesian embassy.

Official Language : Balinese

Popular Places to Visit : Denpasar, Kuta, Ubud & Jimbaran are some of the hotspots that should not be missed when you plan your Bali tour.

Bali Currency

The official currency of Indonesia is Rupiah, whose ISO 4217 currency code is IDR. Indonesians also refer to the ‘rupiah’ as Perak in their informal tone. This term is specific to using coins in Rupiah. The symbol of Rupiah is ‘Rp’. 1 INR = 195.00720 IDR, which means that a Bali excursion can be done within the amount you’d spend on India tours!Many India tour packages would cost more!

Best Time to Visit Bali

The best time to dive into Bali tourism is from April to October when the summer dances in Bali and the island sees a dry season. November to March marks the rainy season that does bring in mosquitoes! But if you don’t mind a little rain, you can find the jungles and the paddy fields in full bloom. Tour the temples, do yoga, and find relaxation during the rains, with your Bali tour packages.

How to Reach

Air travel is the best way to reach Bali from India. While booking holiday tour packages to Bali, you can make prior transport reservations, e.g. - from the airport to the hotel.

Official Language

The official language of Indonesia is Balinese which is a Malayo-Polynesian language. However, English is the common language used for Bali tourism. You can book a tourist guide in your Bali tour package who can speak French, German, Japanese, Korean, Chinese or German.

Bali Tourist Places

Bali tourism offers a wide range of places for all kinds of travel enthusiasts. Here are some of the most prominent Bali tourist places that you must check out:

Pura Tanah Lot Temple

Sitting 20 km away from Kuta, the Tanah Lot Temple is a seaside spectacle that is a site of great reverence for the people of Bali. Perched on an offshore rock, it’s a fabulous place to witness a beautiful sunset. Take a walk near the temple area at low tide and soak in the magnificent setting. Later, you can sample the civet coffee at some of the rock cafes. It is recommended to don a sarong, sash plus respectful attire when coming here. After visiting it, you will also say that Tanah Lot Temple is a gem of Bali tourism.

Mount Batur

If you love adventure, then you must include Mt. Batur in your holidays. Mt. Batur is a sacred active volcano in the Kintamani district, about an hour’s drive away from Ubud. At sunrise, many visitors trek the 1,700-metre summit of Mt. Batur to watch the sunrise above the mist-shrouded mountains. The hike can take two to three hours and stands along a well-marked trail. Guided tours are also available with an omelette breakfast, cooked from the volcanic steam. Sturdy hiking shoes are recommended along with two layers before sunrise to beat the cold. When here, you can visit the rustic village of Toya Bungkah located at the banks of Lake Batur.

’Happening’ is one word to define this sandy Bali tourist place! Take a walk along Kuta’s sandy shore that is super close to the Seminyak and the Legian beaches. Soak up the sunset views, take surf lessons, or eat at the aplenty cafes that line the beach. Simply lounge on rented sun loungers, read a book or snap memorable pictures. Do try the cold coconut slush with juice on a sultry day here. You can also explore the Nusa Islands to experience slower-paced life with Bali tourism.

Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

Located on a tiny island near the western shore of Lake Bratan, sits the 17th century-old Pura Ulun Danu Bratan. It’s important for Bali tourism due to many reasons. The thatched temple reflects on the lake’s surface and is best seen in the soft morning light. When here, do see the Bali Botanic Garden and the Bali Treetop Adventure Park which is a fun place for kids. So when you book your Bali tour package, make sure to add this one for a beautiful time.

Best Places to Eat in Bali

While booking your Bali tour package, you can either opt for meals in your resort or venture out to taste the local cuisine. Bali tourism offers cafes and unconventional eateries that are complete with stunning views!

Bali Asli Restaurant

Savour the taste of Bali tourism in the open air! Here food is cooked in wood fire stoves. You can also take cooking classes here with complete hands-on experience in a natural setting!

Kampung Café

This one is a multilevel restaurant that affords great views of treetops across the rice hills. Here you will feel like you’re on top of the world! Try the tuna tataki and the rice paper rolls for a gastronomic extravaganza in your Bali Tour

A vegan but chic restaurant, it hugs a frangipani tree and sits amid a luscious green setting. Try the organic jackfruit steaks or pizza along with local cocktails!

Lucky Fish Lounge - Set up every night at Bingin Beach, Lucky Fish Lounge is the place where you can grab a plastic chair before the sunset and eat away! Try the grilled red-snapper, tuna, mahi-mahi, prawns, clams, burgers, dim sums, and salads along with Bintang Beer.

Places to Stay in Bali

When you book your Bali tour package, you can choose from a host of accommodations that best fit your budget. The beauty of Bali tourism is that it offers a wide range of choices for any kind of traveller. Just like Bali tourist places, places to stay in Bali are available for any kind of a budget!

In many Bali tour packages, there are luxury hotels that offer Balinese-style villas, complete with private gardens, plunge pools, outdoor showers, and on-site art lessons. Bali tourism also offers mid-range villas with private hot tubs and spas.

  • Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay
  • The Apurva Kempinski Bali
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Bali tourism has so much to offer for everyone! Here are a few experiences that you must bag when you are booking your tour packages.

Take a Cooking Class

Balinese cuisine has signature flavours. Learn how to cook a dish or two at places like the Jala Cooking Academy at the Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay. It offers exceptional experiences led by chef Kristya Yudha. Here you can go through Jimbaran's fish market before you learn to cook.

Ride a Bike in the Rice Fields

You must experience Tegallalang, among the many Bali tourist places. The flawless rice terraces here curve around the hillsides and are irrigated by the subak system that has a UNESCO status. An intimate way to experience the emerald paddies is by bicycle.

Chase Waterfalls

Bali tourism also offers surprising numbers of thundering waterfalls hidden in the thick of the jungles. Adventure seekers can trek to falls like Sekumpul, Tegenungan, and Nungnung to cool off and click stunning pictures.

Relax With Body Treatments and Massages

Bali is famous for its coconut oil massages that are available for as little as eight bucks an hour. Melt away your stress with flower-laden baths and extensive treatments at both locally owned spas and wellbeing-focused luxury resorts.

Shop in Seminyak

Bali tourism offers many things to shop for – from ceramics, jewellery, fashion to furniture! Check out Seminyak from the many Bali tourist places, which has two shopping malls. Else, see the flea markets near Seminyak Square where you can get clothing, carvings, handicrafts, etc.

So choose from the many holiday packages of Bali, to revel in the beautiful vistas that Bali tourism has to offer!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bali Tour Packages

Ques.which months are the best to visit bali.

Ans. Bali is one of the world’s foremost beachside destinations, offering several natural wonders and historical attractions alike. Planning a Bali tour package necessitates an idea of the seasons on the island and the best time to visit. The wet season encompasses the duration between November and March while the dry season encompasses the period between April and October. April to August is the peak tourist season. The rainy season is between November and March, although Bali does get sizeable footfalls during this period, with the island sporting lush natural greenery at the time. Hikers should plan for Bali tour packages between April and October. If you want to avoid crowds during your trip, stick to months like October, January and February. Beach holidays will be more enjoyable from May to September. These are also ideal months for going diving or snorkelling.

Ques. What are the top tourist attractions in Bali?

Ans. There are several acclaimed tourist landmarks that have found a place in most Bali tour packages these days. Some of them include the following: Pura Tanah Lot- This lies 20 km northwest of Kuta and is one of the most famous temples on the island, perched gorgeously on the coastline, surrounded by the gushing waves and rocks. It is an immensely sacred temple for local Balinese residents. Mount Batur- The hike to the summit to witness the sunrise is an ethereal experience, with the mountains, mist and the greenery all around. The active volcano is another sacred landmark in the Kintamani district and is an hour away from Ubud by car. Uluwatu Temple- The temple is another famous attraction in Bali with a gorgeous location on the top of a cliff. It is synonymous with stunning sunsets and has a rich history of its own. The sunset Kecak dances here are a treat to behold!

Ques. Does Bali have any romantic attractions?

Ans. Bali is one of the world’s most romantic destinations for couples. There are several landmarks that may be included in Bali tour packages for honeymooners. Some of them include the following: Uluwatu Temple at Sunset- Couples will have the most memorable time of their life, watching the sunset from the renowned temple, with spectacular views for company. Seminyak Beach Walks- Seminyak Beach is one of the favourites for couples, especially those who love taking long walks during sunset. The beach is also dotted with several premier restaurants which are ideal for cosy and romantic dates. Nusa Dua with Jet Skiing- Nusa Dua lies towards the south of the island and is characterised by blue and clean waters. Adventure enthusiast couples can enjoy the thrilling jet skiing rides here or even indulge in parasailing. Nusa Dua also has loads of restaurants that are worth trying!

Ques. Which is the best place to shop in Bali?

Ans. Most people prefer including markets and other shopping destinations in their Bali tour package itineraries. And why not? The island offers several treasures for shopaholics. Here are some of the top shopping places worth checking out: Sea Gypsy- This jewellery hotspot is un-missable while on your trip to Bali. Drifter Surf Shop & Café- This one’s for those who want to pick skateboard and surfing equipment. Boutiques- Bali’s got several popular boutiques including Bamboo Blonde, Magali Pascal, and Biasa. Malls and Markets- Do visit the Seminyak Village and Seminyak Square shopping malls, along with the Seminyak Flea Markets for fabulous bargains!

Ques. Which are the top street food choices in Bali?

Ans. If you’ve booked your Bali tour package already, then it’s time you know about some of the top street food destinations worth trying on the island. Bali is synonymous with culinary indulgence and extravagance, offering diverse flavours and styles for true enthusiasts. Here are some of the street food dishes that you should not miss: Babi Guling- Imagine an entire roast pig with spices and herbs, accompanied by sticky rice, peanuts and more! Fish Head Soup- Fish head soup is another classic Bali delicacy, served fresh with fried mackerel and rice. Nasi Campur- It is a mixed rice delicacy that fuses meat, eggs and yummy vegetables. Jaje Bali- You shouldn’t miss the tempting cakes and pastries sold at the night market on the island, topped with palm sugar and coconuts.

Ques. What are the best restaurants to eat in Bali?

Ans. Gastronomes will undoubtedly want to include a few good restaurants as part of their Bali tour package itineraries. So here’s a list that will help: Sa’Mesa- Sa’Mesa is a fabulous Italian joint that offers personalised experiences for diners. You’ll love the surprise dishes served as part of a menu for only 50 people every evening. Do not miss the chargrilled whole red snapper and tuna crudo here. Tanaman- Tanaman offers unique vegan cuisine with special touches and a multi-course menu which changes based on the season. You should try the spinach accompanied by lacto-fermented shallot dust and the lovely Pepita cream. Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique- The fine dining eatery is helmed by Chef Chris Salans and Chef Blake Thornley. You’ll love the multi-course menus with their impeccable presentation. Do not miss the beef carpaccio with parmesan tofu and Rendang spices.

Ques. What are the top cafes to try in Bali?

Ans. Planning to try a few new cafes in Bali during your holiday? Here are some of the top joints that you should add to your Bali tour package schedule. Pison Coffee- Pison Coffee stands out for its amazing façade and charming building, complete with its lovely coffee. Try the Espresso Avocado and dishes like squid ink fried rice and lobster toast, to name a few. Matcha Café Bali- Matcha lovers will undoubtedly want to stop at this restaurant that serves up some of the best beverages in the segment along with fresh juices and more. Revolver Espresso- It is a prime hangout café in Bali which uses indigenous beans and a vibrant ambience to captivate visitors.

Ques. What should you pack for a Bali trip?

Ans. Now that you’ve booked your Bali tour package, wondering what should you pack for your trip? Here is a list of essentials to help you out: Casual and light clothing for the beach and party hotspots. Carry covered and slightly more conservative clothing for visits to religious sites. A pair of flip-flops or sandals will serve you well in Bali. For the Mount Batur trek and other excursions, you will require hiking shoes. A first aid kit is necessary with basic medicines. Do not forget your passport, visa and their copies, along with travel insurance paperwork, hotel booking copies and more. Carry your devices like tablets, e-book readers or laptops if you wish to leverage free Wi-Fi available widely throughout hotels and cafes in Bali. However, make sure you use the right power outlet. A travel adapter is necessary for this purpose. You should have toilet paper, wipes and hand sanitizer with you along with reusable straws and flashlights.

Ques. How many days are sufficient for a Bali trip?

Ans. For a fantastic Bali tour package, you require at least 7-10 days, as per most recommendations. A majority of travellers feel that this is the minimum length of time necessary for exploring the famous tourist landmarks, temples, Mount Batur and other surrounding areas, while throwing in some shopping too! 5 days is the least that you should allocate for your Bali trip.

Ques. How much will it cost for a Bali trip?

Ans. If you don’t want to spend a lot and have a fun vacation at the same time, Bali is the go-to destination. Yes, you can plan your Bali tour package without spending a fortune! Wondering where you will find the best Bali holidays at affordable prices, MakeMyTrip is the answer. The platform offers a wide range of exciting packages, starting from as low as ₹50,000 per person. You will find holidays that are inclusive of flight, stay and activities.


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India to Bali Complete Guide & Bali Tourism Packages

Ever since beautiful visuals of Bali were splashed across our TV screens as Julia Roberts took us through her life-changing journey in the famous Hollywood movie ‘Eat Pray Love’, this destination has been hot with the entire world! If you are also dreaming of travelling from India to Bali , you can glean all the important information here.

Indians’ Love for Bali

Bali is very special to Indians, routinely figuring on the list of places to visit for solo trips, bachelor parties, honeymoon and even family vacation. The attractive visa rules, availability of frequent flights and the lure of an exotic location make a lot of Indians gravitate towards the idea of holidaying in Bali.

Interestingly, about 83% of the population of Bali is Hindu. There are over 20,000 temples in this Indonesian province, making a majority of Indians feel at home when it comes to faith. Besides, there are abundant restaurants that serve Indian food or cater to vegetarian palates.

Apart from the flight cost, which can vary from airline to airline, city to city, and time to time, travelling within Bali is quite cheap. Pre-booked taxis, buses and open-air minibuses (called angkot or bemo ) make it very easy to get around. Even most gorgeous resorts and fancy restaurants are generally budget friendly (though the exorbitant ones exist), hitting the sweet spot of the price-conscious common man in India.

Where is Bali?

Where is Bali? Travel from India to Bali

Bali is a province in the South East Asian country of Indonesia. Indonesia itself is an archipelago of over 17,000 islands. Part of the Lesser Sunda Islands, Bali is located 8 degrees below the equator, falling in the southern hemisphere.

Within the archipelago of Indonesia’s Lesser Sunda Islands, the province of Bali sits in the westernmost part. Incidentally, Bali is both a province and an island. The province consists of the eponymous island and some more islands that are smaller in size as compared to Bali.

Popular islands in Bali such as Bali, Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan lie to the west of Lombok and to east of Java. Bali follows the time zone of UTC+08 which is abbreviated as WITA (Central Indonesia Time). The country of Indonesia has a total of 3 time zones.

India to Bali Map

India to Bali Map

Both India and Bali are located on the Indian Ocean, even though Bali almost borders the Pacific Ocean. When travelling from India, one will have to journey towards the south east to arrive in Bali. This destination is spread over 5,780 square kilometres, making it clearly visible on the world map.

The province of Bali is divided into 9 administrative regions, consisting of 8 regencies and one city. The city is Denpasar – the capital of Bali . The 8 regencies include Tabanan, Badung, Klungkung, Bangli, Karangasem, Buleleng, Jembrana and Gianyar. Though smaller than India, Bali offers rich experiences in terms of culture, landscape and biodiversity.

India to Bali Distance

Bali is about 5,000 kilometres from mainland India. The exact distance varies with the start and end points you choose in both the countries. While that number may seem prohibitive, flights make it very easy to travel from India to Bali and vice versa, shortening the duration to some hours.

Which is Closer to India? Bali or Mauritius?

Indians love to compare their options, especially when they plan to splurge on their overseas vacation. If you are confused between Bali and Mauritius, it helps to understand which is closer to India.

However, the answer will only make it harder to take a call. Both the destinations are approximately equidistant to India, hovering around the 5,000 km mark. Some Indian cities may be closer to Mauritius than Bali, and some may be farther.

Mauritius holds an advantage over Bali in terms of flight time though. Direct flights operated by Air Mauritius and Air India can help you reach the African island nation in about 6 hours. For more details check out this detailed guide on reaching Mauritius from India . On the other hand, India has no direct flights to Bali, and the stopover increases the total journey time.

Nevertheless, when it comes to the cost, it is often cheaper to fly to Bali from India than to Mauritius. If you are a budget conscious traveller, Bali will delight you with all that it can offer at a reasonable rate – from delectable cuisine and affordable luxury accommodation to temple tours and watersports, and more.

How to Reach Bali from India?

One can journey from India to Bali in multiple ways, but not all are efficient. Each mode of transportation has its own charm, and may appeal to a certain type of traveller. Choose your transportation only after you understand all the others.

India to Bali by Flight

Flights from India to Bali

The quickest way to travel from India to Bali is by taking a flight. While all the existent flights from any Indian city to Bali have a layover, there used to be a direct route from Mumbai to Bali , operated by Indonesia’s national carrier – Garuda Indonesia. It is possible that similar direct flights will be introduced in the future.

Bali Airport

There is only one airport in Bali, located 13 km south of the capital of the province – Denpasar. Often referred to as Bali Airport or Denpasar Airport , the official name of this airport is I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport , shortened to Ngurah Rai International Airport .

The airport is named after Colonel I Gusti Ngurah Rai, an Indonesian freedom fighter and a national war hero. In 2016, this international airport was recognized as the 3 rd best airport in the world in terms of service. Bali Airport is the hub for Garuda Indonesia, the national airline.

It is not just the city of Bali that is beautiful. Even the airport flaunts traditional Balinese architecture alongside a modern design. The airport itself is quite small, but well equipped to handle air traffic from different parts of the world.

Flight Duration from India

Flights from India to Bali International Airport are long mainly because of the stopovers. At present (as of 2021), the shortest flight available from any city in India to Bali is 8 hours. However, the average flight time hovers around 18 hours, including the long layover. Some flights can take almost 29 hours to get you to this Indonesian city.

Flight Operators from India to Bali

Several airlines operate flights from India to Denpasar International Airport . All of the airlines have a stopover at the very least. Indian air carriers operating on this route are Air India – the national airline of India, and SpiceJet.

Other airlines that flyers can choose from are Garuda Indonesia, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Lion Air, SriLankan Airlines, Indonesia AirAsia, Batik Air, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Silkair, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Biman flydubai and Malindo Air. Stopovers are generally in Singapore, Malaysia or Thailand, depending on the airline.

Departing Cities from India and Average Air Ticket Price

Many cities in India are connected to Bali by air. Popular departing cities are Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi and Ahmedabad. These cities have flights with only one stop in between. There are no direct flights as of now.

Many other Indian cities have flights to Bali operating on the same PNR, but with 2 or more layovers. If you are travelling from Goa, Surat, Pune or Nagpur, you should brace yourself for a long journey. For all other Indian cities with airports, one must take a flight on a separate PNR to any of the cities that have frequent flight connectivity to Bali and book the onward journey on a different PNR.

The cheapest India to Bali one-way flight can be snatched up for approximately INR 15,000 for an economy class seat on the Mumbai to Denpasar route. For return trips, about INR 28,000 is required per person. This works only when you book well in advance and pick your dates after checking the price calendar.

Flights are generally cheaper in the months of April and June when the tourist rush subsides, and the most expensive in December during the peak season. Flights can cross the INR 40,000 mark during the high season, and for circuitous routes.

India to Bali by Cruise

Mumbai India to Bali by Sea Cruise

Going to Bali from India will be even more exciting if one takes the sea route. While there are no current cruise operators that ply on this route, plans are underway to introduce a luxury cruise from Mumbai to Bali . India’s Minister of Road Transport & Highways is in negotiation with the government of Indonesia for the rollout of this plan.

The proposed route will commence from Mumbai, halting at the ports of Goa, Kochi and Andaman and Nicobar Islands, before docking at Bali. The launch date and price of the cruise tour is yet to be announced.

When the India to Bali cruise finally comes to fruition, one will no longer have to go through the hassle of waiting at the existing Mumbai Port terminal. Mumbai Port Trust has plans to develop a new terminal at the port that will specifically cater to cruise tourism. Proposed near Ballard Pier, the state-of-the-art terminal will be able to handle approximately 7,00,000 passengers on an annual basis.

Sea Route Distance and Time Taken

The expected sea route distance from Mumbai to Bali (via Goa, Kochi and Andaman and Nicobar Islands) will be over 6,500 km. Broken down, the distance from Goa to Bali will be almost 6,000 km, whereas Kochi to Bali will be more than 5,100 km. The final leg of the cruise, Andaman and Nicobar Islands to Bali , will be over 3,300 km.

The cruise duration is expected to be at least 7 days, if not more. The return journey will take equally long, making the Mumbai to Bali round trip via ship a holiday of 14 days at the very least. Arrivals will be at Tanjung Benoa cruise port in Bali, which is known to be a tricky one to manoeuvre.

Cruise Fare to Bali from India

Since the official rates for the Mumbai to Bali cruise have not been disclosed yet, one can only speculate. If we do a rough estimate of the fare, it could be anywhere between INR 1,00,000 per person to INR 3,00,000 per person, depending on the cabin class. The price will be inclusive of all meals. However, expect to pay extra for certain onboard facilities such as speciality dining, spa, and drinks. Taxes and port fees may also be added.

India to Bali by Road (Possibility)

Road trips are all the craze in today’s day and age. While once upon a time, driving was restricted to weekend trips around one’s own city or within India at the most, it has now become fashionable to take the road to foreign countries as well.

It is not possible to reach Bali fully by road from India as it is an island, separated by seas. However, road trippers can take the India-Myanmar-Thailand Highway all the way to Singapore, covering about 6,000 km. If driving without any halt, the route takes over 100 hours. If you will be resting in the night and making stops for bio breaks and meals, this leg will take about 6 days.

From Singapore to Indonesia, one will have to ditch the road for a ferry transfer to Jakarta – capital city of Indonesia. The final leg, from Jakarta to Bali is a 1,200 km stretch which can take a full day if driving without halts. Otherwise, this leg will take a couple of days, making the entire India to Bali road trip an 8-day affair.

One must keep in mind the requirement of travel insurance and visa formalities when crossing borders at multiple places. Also, the vehicle will need to have the requisite permissions. Besides, drivers will have to apply for an IDP (International Driving Permit) ahead of the trip and carry that along with their original Indian driving license.

Visiting Bali from various Indian Cities

Visiting Bali from various Indian Cities - Bali Packages from India

Whether you take your car or a flight, it is possible to get to Bali from almost every Indian city. While some have easier connectivity, smaller cities can easily find a route to Bali, even if it takes a bit longer.

Delhi to Bali

Bali is about 5,829 km from New Delhi – the capital of India. The most hassle-free way to travel from Delhi to Bali is to take a flight. There are no direct flights between Delhi and Denpasar, but you will find plenty of flight options with a one layover.

The cheapest one-way air ticket will cost almost INR 20,000 – operated by Malindo Air, with a halt in Kuala Lumpur – the capital of Malaysia. If you are looking for the fastest connection, Singapore Airlines offers the shortest journey of 9 hours and 20 minutes with a stopover in Singapore.

If you plan to take the road instead, enjoy the thrill of driving on the newly constructed India-Myanmar-Thailand Trilateral Highway (IMT). While some portions of this are still under development, the road connectivity is excellent.

Mumbai to Bali

Mumbai to Bali has the shortest flight time and more flights to choose from. The fastest that you can fly to Denpasar from Mumbai is 10 hours and 35 minutes when you take Malindo Air. Pick from a number of airlines that offer journeys with one layover or 2 layovers.

The cheapest one-way ticket from Mumbai to Denpasar will set you back by INR 22,000. While average rates hover around the INR 25,000 to INR 35,000 range, more expensive routes are available in case you have a favourite airline that you must fly with.

Airline which fly the Mumbai to Bali route (including code sharing arrangements) are Malindo Air, Singapore Airlines, Silkair, Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific, SriLankan Airlines, Emirates, flydubai, Qatar Airways, Air India, Garuda Indonesia and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.

Mumbai will soon have a cruise terminal and a cruise option to Bali that is under discussion at the moment. Seafarers will also get a glimpse of the ports of Goa, Kochi and Andaman and Nicobar Islands before they arrive at Tanjung Benoa cruise port – the main port on the island of Bali.

If you are planning to drive up to Bali, the shortest land route goes through the Indian states of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and the North Eastern belt of Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.

Thereafter, you will pass border control when you enter Myanmar. Your passport will be examined and stamped again in Thailand, then in Malaysia and Singapore. The road connectivity ends here, and one has to take a ferry from Singapore to Indonesia, Jakarta to be specific. The remaining road journey to Bali takes 23 hours more.

Bangalore to Bali

The aerial distance from Bangalore to Bali is 4,851 km. The shortest flight between the two destinations is operated by Singapore Airlines, with a layover at Singapore. With a total duration of 9 hours and 25 minutes, this is also the cheapest flight at INR 24,000 per ticket for a single journey.

The average economy class one-way airfare from Bengaluru to Bali is INR 30,000. However, some connections cost over INR 50,000. Airlines that ply on this route are Silkair, Singapore Airlines, Air India, SriLankan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Garuda Indonesia.

If one wants to drive all the way from Bangalore to Bali, the total distance will be over 9,500 km. The non-stop journey duration will be more than 200 hours, while a reasonable estimate, including time for rest, meals and night halts, will turn out to be at least 12 days.

The journey will take the driver through the Indian states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.

The rest of the journey will involve border crossings at India – Myanmar border, Myanmar – Thailand border, Thailand – Malaysia border and Malaysia – Singapore border. Thereafter, a ferry will have to be taken to Jakarta where your passport will be stamped again. The last bit of the journey will involve a 23-hour drive to Bali.

Chennai to Bali

Chennai, the capital of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is 4,554 km away from Bali. The cheapest way to travel from Chennai to Bali is to fly down to Denpasar. In fact, this is the Indian city that has the shortest flight from India to Bali . At 7 hours and 55 minutes, Singapore Airlines flies its passengers for just INR 22,000 per person for the economy seats.

Average flight prices from Chennai to Denpasar are around INR 25,000 to INR 30,000 for each way, whereas the average journey time is 15 to 20 hours for single layover flights. For 2 or more layovers, the journey time goes beyond 20 hours.

The driving time from Chennai to Bali is 203 hours. This excludes time for rest, pit stops and meals. However, the time is inclusive of the ferry which is to be taken from Singapore to Jakarta. The coastal road from Chennai that runs along the east cost of India, is a beautiful one – offering gorgeous views of the Bay of Bengal.

The route passes through the Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. Later on, you cross the ASEAN countries Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore before ferrying off to Indonesia.

Kolkata to Bali

Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, is 4,534 km away from Bali. The fastest Kolkata to Bali flight is under 9 hours, being the cheapest one also, at INR 21,000 per economy class seat. While this flight is operated by Singapore Airlines, you can choose other carriers like Silkair, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Air India, Malaysia Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Garuda Indonesia and Etihad.

The average flight duration from Kolkata to Denpasar is about 20 hours, including layovers, while the average cost of an economy seat on a one-way flight is INR 40,000. Layovers are usually in the cities of Singapore, Dhaka, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Mumbai, Jakarta, Dubai and Chennai.

If you’re driving to Bali, it will take 170 hours from Kolkata without any stops. You will cross the Indian states of West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. The road trip will then turn international as you cross over to Myanmar before passing through Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Cross the Java Sea and reach Jakarta via ferry. The final road journey will be 23 hours without stops as you arrive in Bali. Your passport will be stamped by 5 foreign countries as you go on this long road trip.

Hyderabad to Bali

Almost 5,000 km away from Bali, Hyderabad has few flights connecting the two destinations. It takes at least 9 hours and 20 minutes to fly to Denpasar from the capital of Telangana, with one halt minimum.

The cheapest airfare can be found for Malaysia Airlines – INR 26,500 for a one-way economy class ticket from Hyderabad to Bali . On an average, it takes 20 to 30 hours to fly between the two cities while the average economy class tickets cost between INR 50,000 and INR 70,000.

Airlines that fly from Hyderabad to Denpasar are Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Air India, Singapore Airlines, flydubai, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Silkair and Garuda Indonesia. Layovers are generally in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Mumbai, Dubai, Singapore, Doha, Ho Chi Minh City, Chennai, Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Bhubaneswar.

Driving from Hyderabad to Bali will take 193 hours without breaks. You will be crossing almost 9,000 km, including a short ferry ride through the Java Sea. Within India, you will have to drive across the states of Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. You will pass through international border control while entering, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and finally, Indonesia.

Ahmedabad to Bali

Ahmedabad and Bali are separated by 9,249 km. The cheapest flight from Ahmedabad to Denpasar will cost INR 24,000 while taking 9 hours and 40 minutes to reach. This is the shortest duration you can expect where the average duration is over 20 hours.

Airlines that fly from Ahmedabad to Bali are Silkair, Singapore Airlines, Air India, SriLankan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, EVA Air, Emirates, Qatar Airways and Garuda Indonesia. Since there are no direct flights, layovers can be in cities such as Singapore, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Dubai, Doha, New Delhi, Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Taipei.

Driving down instead? Budget for approximately 9,137 km of journey that will take more than 194 hours without any breaks. The Indian states that you will have to drive through are Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur. Keep your passport, IDP and other documents ready for crossing international borders at Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Goa to Bali

While both Goa and Bali are famous beach destinations, they are 2,851 nautical miles or 5,281 km apart. In addition to the fact that Goa has no direct flights to Denpasar, there also are no flights with a single layover.

One must endure two or more stopovers to reach Bali from Goa. Every flight that leaves from Goa to Bali first halts at Mumbai. Expect onward layovers in Singapore, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Bangkok, Colombo and Jakarta.

The cheapest one-way ticket from Goa to Denpasar costs INR 29,000 while the average price is INR 45,000. The shortest route will take just over 18 hours, while most other routes take over a day. Airlines that connect Goa and Denpasar are Air India, Singapore Airlines, Silkair, SriLankan Airlines, Cathay Pacific, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Garuda Indonesia.

If you are planning to drive from Goa to Bali, the total distance works out to be more than 9,500 km, taking more than 206 hours of non-stop travel. Indian states you will cross are Goa, Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.

You will be able to drive across the IMT (India – Myanmar – Thailand) Trilateral Highway, only parts of which are complete. Thereafter, the drive will take you to Malaysia and Singapore, where you will have to ditch the car for a ferry to Jakarta. The final drive to Bali will take another 23 hours of non-stop driving.

Pune to Bali

Pune is 5,433 km away from Denpasar International Airport . The connectivity between Pune and Bali is not very good. One must take a flight with at least 2 layovers, the first being in New Delhi. The shortest flight will take 22 hours and 50 minutes while the average journey time is 40 hours.

Flights from Pune to Bali are also relatively expensive, with one-way fares starting from INR 33,000. Average flight cost for a single journey on economy class will easily cost over INR 40,000.

Airlines that connect Pune and Denpasar are Air India, Singapore Airlines, Silkair, Cathay Pacific, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Garuda Indonesia. Layovers are most likely to be in New Delhi, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

Driving from Pune to Bali will take almost 200 hours of non-stop journeying. The total distance you must cover is about 9,150 km. Indian states you will drive past are Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.

For the international leg of the journey, you must possess all the visas, international driver’s permit and your passport, apart from travel insurance and other documents required by each country on the route.

Cochin to Bali

Cochin is 4,886 km away from Bali and the shortest flight route takes 13 hours and 55 minutes. Due to the lack of good connectivity, the cheapest air ticket comes for almost INR 48,000. Average journey duration from Cochin to Bali is 24 hours whereas average airfare is INR 60,000. A road trip from Kochi to Bali will take 212 hours to cross the 10,100 odd kilometres between the two destinations.

Nagpur to Bali

Nagpur is about 5,000 km away from Bali but has no flight connections on the same PNR. You will have to book your flights separately to any Indian city that can fly you to Ngurah Rai International Airport . Cost and travel time will depend on the internal as well as international flight connections.

If you will drive from Nagpur to Bali , you will have to cross almost 8,500 km which will take at least 185 hours of non-stop travel. Keep your travel documents in order as they can be checked at multiple border-crossings along the route.

Surat to Bali

Surat is about 5,700 km away from Bali, but there are no flights connecting the two places. You must travel ahead to any Indian city with a flight connection to Denpasar International Airport and take a suitable flight.

Surat offers an interesting road trip to Bali as you cross 9,136 km of roadways that involve state highways, national highways, expressways and international roads. Non-stop driving and taking a ferry where the road ends (between Singapore and Jakarta) will take you almost 200 hours.

India & Bali’s Currency

India & Bali's Currency – Accepted Currencies & Conversion Rate

Rupee is the official currency of India, denoted by Re, Rs, ₹ or INR. Since Bali is a province in Indonesia, it uses the Indonesian rupiah which is represented as Rp or IDR. Banknotes are available in the denominations of 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, 75,000 and 1,00,000 while coins in circulation are of the denominations 1, 2, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000.

Accepted Currencies in Bali

Indonesian rupiah is accepted everywhere in Bali, but it is not a reserve currency, and can be procured only once you enter Indonesia. You can carry your cash in US dollars or Australian dollars which offer the best value in exchange. In fact, most hotels in Bali publish their rates in USD.

Other reserve currencies like Pounds and Euros can also be changed into the local currencies, but at unfavourable rates. When travelling from India, it will be easier to change your INR into USD which can be carried to Bali and then exchanged into IDR.

Average Conversion Rate

For most transactions in Bali, it is recommended to carry cash as credit cards may not be accepted everywhere. Some relevant currency conversion rates are below ( as of March 2021 ):

  • 1 INR = 198.99 IDR
  • 1 USD = 73.16 INR
  • 1 USD = 14,558.75 IDR       
  • 1 AUD = 55.68 INR
  • 1 AUD = 11,081.04 IDR
  • 1 GBP = 100.83 INR
  • 1 GBP = 20,062.86 IDR
  • 1 EUR = 85.84 INR
  • 1 EUR = 17,098.07 IDR

Is USD accepted in Bali?

USD is readily accepted at most resorts in Bali . However, Indonesian rupiah can be used even at street-side shops and eateries. You will be able to find money changers easily and USD gets  you a better rate for IDR.

Bali Visa details for Indians

Bali Visa for Indian Nationals

Since Indonesia is a visa-free country, no Indian needs a visa if visiting Bali for tourism and for less than 30 days.

Is a Passport required for Indians?

Yes, a passport is required for Indians to enter Bali. The passport must be valid for 6 months after you return to India from Bali. Along with a passport, it is also necessary to have proof of a return flight to India, confirmed accommodation in Indonesia and at least USD 100 per person for each day of your stay in Bali (as proof that you will be able to sustain yourself legally).

Bali Visa Fee

While one needs no visa to enter Bali for under 30 days, a free-of-cost Visa Exemption Stamp will be stamped on your passport at the immigration hall. In case you wish to stay for more than 30 days and up to 60 days, you must buy the Indonesia visa on arrival to extend your stay.

Bali Visa on Arrival

At the immigrations area of Bali International Airport , you can pay USD 35 for visa on arrival (in case you are ineligible for visa-free entry) valid for 30 days. To extend your stay for up to 60 days, you will have to shell out USD 45 extra.

Communication in Bali

India to Bali Phone Connectivity, Roaming, International SIM Cards

The native language of Bali is Balinese while the official language across the country is Indonesian. However, English is widely spoken and understood. As a tourist you will have no problem communicating with the locals to ask for directions, make purchases or just to chat.

When it comes to making calls and browsing the internet in Bali, you can buy a prepaid SIM in Indonesia. Popular local telecom providers are Telkomsel, IM3 Ooredoo, 3 (Tri) and Smartfren.

International SIM Cards from Indian Airports

If you do not wish to pay through the nose for international roaming on your existing number, you can get an international SIM card before you leave from India. Matrix has a kiosk at quite a few Indian airports from where you can buy the Indonesia Prepaid SIM for INR 999.

Postpaid SIM cards are also available with doorstep delivery and free services such as high speed data, calls to India, and incoming and local calls. You can also buy the prepaid Indonesia SIM Card offered by TSIM or look through their global cards for calling and data. They also have an unlimited 8-day data SIM for South East Asia.

Airtel Call Rates from Bali to India

If you are planning to take your Airtel India number on international roaming with you while in Bali, you can buy their IR packs which offer better rates. While Airtel’s Travel Basics Global Pack for prepaid users has 100 minutes free calls to India, the Travel Unlimited Global Pack offers 500 minutes of free India calls.

India to Bali Phone Code

The phone code for Bali (Indonesia) is +62. This must be prefixed to any local number that you call from your India number. If calling a landline number in Bali, you will also have an area code before the 6 digit number.

Availability of Indian Cuisine in Bali

Availability of Indian Cuisine in Bali

Bali has plenty of Indian restaurants that serve classics from Indian cuisine. However, you must remember that you will most likely be paying a premium since you are opting for a foreign cuisine. Balinese cuisine itself also has some influence from Indian culinary styles (apart from Indonesian and Chinese), so you must give it a try before sticking to Indian food.

If it is vegetarian food that you are after, you will find plenty of items in Balinese cuisine itself. Gorge on tempeh and tofu-infused dishes, coconut milk based curries, tropical vegetables, fresh fruits, rice preparations and aromatic dips made of galangal and other spices. You can also sip on juices and shakes.

Meat eaters may not find beef but Balinese cuisine is big on fish and meats. If you are keen on sampling the local cuisine, try sate lilit (minced meat on a lemongrass stick), lawar (mixed veggies and meats with aromatic spices) babi guling (roasted suckling pig) and bumbu betutu (spiced duck or chicken – steamed or roasted). For beverage, you should try kopi Bali (Balinese coffee), local tea served with condensed milk and palm sugar and get high on some brem (Balinese rice wine).

Respect to Bali’s Culture & Sentiments

Respect to Bali’s Culture & Sentiments

Bali’s history & culture are steeped in Hinduism even though Indonesia mostly follows Islam, so Indians who are Hindus will find a lot of familiar traditions. Locals and foreigners are free to pursue their own religion. Bali has a distinct culture of its own, influenced by Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism as well as Hindu rituals. Visitors must be aware of certain etiquette.

What to Do and What Not To

It helps if you know the best practices in Bali:

  • When visiting temples, shorts and skirts are not allowed. However, free sarongs will be provided to cover up. These are to be returned at the exit.
  • Since most Balinese people follow Hinduism, beef is rarely consumed or served. Do not insist on ordering beef if the hotel or restaurant management tells you they don’t have it on their menu.
  • When shopping at street markets for souvenirs, clothes, paintings, etc., you can freely bargain for a better price. But remember to close the deal on a friendly note.

Tourists are largely free to wear what they wish. Trendy beachwear is welcome at the beaches and seafront cafés. However, when you visit a church, remember to cover up and dress soberly. The locals generally wear formals when they go to church.

What to Carry

Bali’s weather is marked by bright sunshine and tropical vibes with some rain in the monsoon. Its proximity to the equator ensures that there are 2 main seasons here – dry (April to October) and wet (November to March). The temperature is always between 27 to 29 degrees Celsius, making Bali a warm place.

Take light clothes made of breathable fabric like linen or cotton. It is good to have a nice pair of shoes for Bali walking tours , volcano hikes and forest treks. For the beach, take plenty of sunscreen, a large hat, some flip flops and some colourful bathing suits.

Things to Note if Travelling with Kids

If holidaying with kids in tow, our Bali tour packages from India will ensure your little ones enjoy just as much as you do. Some tips to make the trip smoother:

  • Bali is an excellent destination to bring your toddlers. In fact, some Bali resorts have kids’ spa, kids’ yoga, and many other age-appropriate activities at the in-house kids’ club.
  • Bring an insect repellent lotion (for plantation visits) along with a sun-block cream (for beach time).
  • Keep your children close when visiting the Monkey Forest in Ubud as sometimes, the monkeys might try to jump on them.

Activities & Things to Do

Best Activities & Things to Do in Bali

It is hard to choose from the plethora of activities to do in Bali . From yoga classes to horse-riding at the beach, there’s something for every type of traveller:

Temple Hopping

The province that has thousands of temples is a fine place for architecture buffs. Soak in Balinese history at spots like Uluwatu Temple, Tanah Lot and Besakih Temple that go back by many centuries. Listen to mythological stories and be filled with amazement.

Water Sports

Bali diving tours may come with your package, but there’s much more to do here! Try surfing, snorkelling, underwater tandem scooter rides, SUP (stand up paddleboarding), parasailing, water tubing, sea walking, jet skiing, flying fish, white-water rafting, banana boat rides, flyboarding, donut rides, and more.

Rice Terrace Tour

Guided tours through lush rice paddies are the stuff of dreams. Not only are the terrace farming practices and traditional subak irrigation system interesting to learn about, but also the scenic beauty that can be admired from the paddy fields are picturesque. Don’t miss the famous Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Some tours also offer photo ops on giant swings in the jungle or zip lining across the fields.

What to do in Bali for Honeymoon

When looking for Bali honeymoon packages from India , make sure they include more than just the typically romantic stuff. Beachside dinner dates, sunset cruises and couple massages are great, but also consider helicopter tours over volcanoes, submarine rides in the ocean and bar hopping in Bali. Check out Things to do in Bali on your Honeymoon .

What to do in Bali with Family

Always pick Bali day tours that have a relaxed itinerary when travelling with family. The aged members in your groups will enjoy events that let them rest, such as cultural shows. The Devdan performance and kecak fire-dance are quite entertaining. For the younger members of the family, wildlife safaris, trips to the zoo, or cooking classes can be very engaging. Also check out Things to do in Bali with Family .

What to do in Bali on a Budget

Penny pinching can be very easy when you choose guest houses in Bali over expensive villas. Skip the taxi and rent a scooter to get around. There are plenty of free things to do in Bali such as relaxing at the beach, visiting some of the non-touristy temples (that charge an entrance fee) and strolling through the street markets. Ditch the pricey restaurants for the dirt-cheap warungs around every corner. For more information check out our guide on What to do in Bali on a Budget .

What to do in Bali for Non Swimmers

Non-swimmers or those with a fear of the water can take up horse-riding lessons at the beach or work on their tan. Trekking, exploring temples and strolling through rice fields are some of countless activities available to those who cannot swim. For more activities list check out What to do in Bali for Non Swimmers .

Your journey from India to Bali will change you as a person. As if the dreamy volcano mountains, picture-perfect beaches and lush forests weren’t enough, Balinese hospitality, its rich culture and spice-filled cuisine will make you never want to leave!

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Bali Holiday Packages

Bali has been gaining a lot of importance as a holiday and honeymoon destination over recent years. The sand, surf and sun formulae apply perfectly to a Bali vacation , as it offers an amazing surfing experience needless to say the best one in the world. Mesmerizing views of the sun and powdery white sand beaches of Bali act like the cherry on the cake. So, if you are someone who is planning for a vacation which offers closeness to nature, then Bali travel is a must!

20 Most Amazing Places To Explore Through Bali Tour Packages

With an endeavour to provide every customer with a unique experience, whether they are planning a honeymoon vacation, a family holiday, or a solo trip; our all-inclusive Bali packages from India have been designed comprising the best attractions. Below are some popular places that you must explore during your tour to Bali:

1. Tanah Lot

What’s Special - Location, Temple, Architecture

Nearby Attractions - Tanah Lot Market, Echo Beach, Pantai Canggu

Timings - 07:00 am to 07:00 pm

Built By - Dang Hyang Nirartha

Built In - 16th century

Houses - Pura Tanah Lot Temple

Distance From City Center - 32.5 km

Transportation Options - Rented car, cab, bus

Settled on a gigantic jagged rock, this beautiful temple can be visited for mesmerising sunset views. The ancient Pura Tanah Lot Temple in Bali stands strong against the infinite blue ocean, offering some stunning views from the premises. Seated on the tip of a crumbling piece of rock, Tanah Lot holds a special place in Balinese people’s hearts. It is definitely one of the reasons why Bali is known as the ‘Land of Gods’ and you must include this attraction while planning your Bali trip .

2. Goa Gajah

What’s Special - Caves, History

Nearby Attractions - Saraswati Temple, Ubud Palace, Sacred Monkey Forest

Timings - 08:00 am to 04:30 pm

Built By - Sri Bedahulu

Built In - 11th century

Houses - Statue of Lord Ganesha, remains of lingam

Distance From City Center - 4.2 km

Transportation Options - Taxi, Hired motorbikes

A Hindu archaeological site built in the 11th century, Goa Gajah in Bali is a famous World Heritage Site. The caves of Goa Gajah attract thousands of tourists every year only to unfold its centuries-old mysteries in their Bali travel packages .

3. Tirta Empul Temple

What’s Special - Architecture, Holy Spring Water

Nearby Attractions - Zen Hideaway, Pura Ulun Danu Bratan, Bali Fun World

Timings - 07:00 am to 06:00 pm

Built By - God Indra

Built In - 926 AD

Houses - Petirtaan, hot spring water

Distance From City Center - 41.7 km

Transportation Options - Cab, Bus, Rented car or bike

Another religious site that possesses serenity and an unmatchable experience, as people step into the pool here to seek blessings on their Bali tour .

What’s Special - Historic villages, adventures, black sand beaches

Nearby Attractions - Tanah Lot, Sacred Monkey Forest, Tamblingan, Gitgit Waterfall

Houses - Bland sand beaches, historic villages

Distance From Airport: 93 km

Transportation Options - Cab, Bus, Rented cars

Average price for hotel* - INR 1770

Try to leave early, before the sunrise, towards an excursion to Lovina, and enjoy a rendezvous with dolphins here. Though the place is quite crowded during the peak tourism season, the experience is something one should not miss out on while booking one of the Bali Holiday Packages .

5. Tegallalang Rice Terraces

What’s Special - Traditional irrigation system, green fields

Nearby Attractions - Ayung River, Livadi Beach, Toya Bungkah Hot Spring

Distance From City Center - 9.2 km

Transportation Options - Rented motorbike, car, bus

Get ready to capture some spectacular views and take beautiful memories along back home, as here is a timeless beauty that leaves everyone spellbound. Besides enjoying the sightseeing of this place, visitors can also take a tour of a small village, called Pakuddi, and get acquainted with the local talents there who are equipped with a variety of astonishing ornamental carvings.

6. Kuta Beach

What’s Special - Sunset, adventures, sunbathing

Nearby Attractions - Dreamland Beach, Uluwatu Temple, Turtle Conservation Centre

Distance From City Center - 17 m

Average price for hotel* - INR 1819

During your Bali holidays , you will find that Kuta Beach is a heaven for surfers. Although, its picturesque views beckon every traveller who loves nature. A visit to this attraction is meant to tickle the memories of a Bali tour for life. Crammed with a bevy of cafes and restaurants, one must come here to enjoy a relaxing sojourn. Kuta offers stunning views of sunsets and changing skyline that stays in one’s memory forever. Also, the vibrant nightlife offers a perfect setting for having fun with family and friends. Kuta beaches are equally famous for offering surfing in the Indian Ocean. In the present time, Kuta holds the spot for one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Indonesia.

7. Nusa Lembongan

What’s Special - Beaches, Adventures

Attractions - Mangrove forest, Jungutbatu Beach, Ceningan Island, Devil’s Tear

Distance From City Center - 27.8 km

Transportation Options - Boat from Sanur Beach

A tiny island located in the fringes of Bali, Nusa Lembongan offers some spectacular views of the clear blue water around it. It is a quiet retreat from the usual bustling areas of Bali which also makes it one of the beautiful destinations in Indonesia. There are a few upscale villas and resorts located around the island which provide you with smooth accommodation.Also, reserve any of the best holiday packages for Bali for a smooth experience.

8. Uluwatu Temple

What’s Special - Spiritual vibe, Picturesque location, Architecture

Nearby Attractions - Uluwatu Beach, Karang Boma Cliff, Labuan Sait Beach

Timings - 09:00 am to 06:00 pm

Built In - 9th century AD

Distance From City Center - 53.2 km

Transportation Options - Taxi, Rented car

Revered worldwide for its magnificent temples, Bali tour is incomplete without paying a visit to the Uluwatu Temple. It is one of the six important temples in Bali which holds high esteem in religious matters. During your visit to Uluwatu Temple in Bali, enjoy the fantastic view of sunset from the temple premises.

9. Jimbaran

What’s Special - Beaches, Seafood, Shopping

Attractions - Pura Ulun Siwi Temple, Jimbaran Fish Market, Lovina Beach, Jimbaran Beach, Tegal Wangi Beach

Houses - Beaches, Fish Markets

Distance From City Center - 8.1 km

Transportation Options - Taxi, Bus, Rented car

Average price for hotel* - INR 1790

Visit to this luxurious town of Bali famed for its astounding sandy shorelines to enjoy romantic sunset dinners and succulent seafood off the beach. This place used to be a quaint fishing village with a quiet shoreline. Several well-customized Bali trip packages will make sure to put in the list of their itinerary.

10. Menjangan Island

What’s Special - Diving, Marine life, Rusa Deer

Attractions - Pura Gili Kencana, Menjangan Beach, West Bali National Park, Taman Pingit Klenting Sari Temple

Timings - 08:00 am to 06:00 pm

Houses - Beach, Temples, National Park

Distance From City Center - 97.4 km

Transportation Options - Take a boat from Labuhan Lalang

To satiate an adrenaline junkie within themselves, tourists can come to the diving spots located on this island. Snuggled in the western part of Bali, here one can witness deer enjoying swimming along the beaches. Bali Packages let you explore Menjangan Island, where every adventure lover must head to!

11. Waterbom Bali

What’s Special - Thrilling slides, Swimming pools, Beautiful gardens

Nearby Attractions - Kuta Beach, Turtle Conservation Centre, Legian Beach Festival

Built By - Santo Gulino

Built In - 1993

Houses - Slides, Gardens, Pools

Distance From City Center - 38.8 km

Transportation Options - Bus, Rented car, taxi, rented bike

Located in the heart of Kuta, this fun and adventurous park is a must-included attraction in every Bali tour itinerary . Offering splashy water pools and twisting water slides for kids, this place serves elder ones with fish therapy spa sessions and manicure and pedicure centers. What’s more? This place is also replete with tropical gardens having amazing surroundings and a wide range of cafes and restaurants providing scrumptious menus.

12. Sacred Monkey Forest

What’s Special - Monkey breed, Different species of trees

Nearby Attractions - Ubud Palace, Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, Campuhan Ridge Walk

Timings - 08:30 am to 05:30 pm

Built In - 14th century

Houses - Monkeys, Species of trees

Distance From City Center - 2 km

Come to this major attraction for a lifetime experience, and get a chance to go close to long tailed macaques. Also known as Gunung Kawi shrine, this forest is sprawled over 27 acres of land in Ubud. Enclosing three ancient temples, this shrine houses hundreds of monkeys who visitors can play and interact with.

13. Kintamani

What’s Special - Hot Springs, Organic Farms, Volcano tours

Distance From City Center - 35.1 km

Transportation Options - Bus, Rented car, taxi

Average price for hotel* - INR 2442

Kintamani is one of the best places to visit in Bali. It is a village which is blessed with abundant natural beauty. From volcano tours to cycling tours and from taking a hot water spring bath to visiting the organic farms, Kintamani will satisfy all your travel and adventure thirst.

What’s Special - Artistic streets, Cafes, Night parties

Nearby Attractions - Tanah Lot, Komodo Island, Dream Beach, Seasalt Seminyak

Houses - Beaches, Cafes, Colorful Streets

Distance From City Center - 29.7 km

Transportation Options - Ferry, Bus, Rented car, taxi

Average price for hotel*- INR 2391

Canggu is a perfect place for the hippies at heart. This is a lively place full of party vibes, colorful streets, and boho cafes. There are so many crazy bars in Canggu where travelers can enjoy a great nightlife experience. You can even get some Insta-worthy shots on the artistic streets of Canggu.

15. Denpasar

What’s Special - Puputan Square, Shark Island, Bali Arts Festival

Nearby Attractions - Sanur Beach, Pasar Badung Market, Sakenan Temple, Shark Island

Houses - Beaches, Markets, Temples, Museums

Distance From City Center - 28.4 km

Average price for hotel* - INR 1920

Denpasar is a place which will show you the true colors of Bali. Denpasar has numerous architectural and historically rich buildings along with gorgeous temples. Also, it has stunning beaches and spa centres for rejuvenating the body and senses. There is also a Turtle Conservation and Education Centre where you can meet the baby turtles.

What’s Special - Temples, Green fields, Forests

Nearby Attractions - Pura Puseh, Amed Beach, Puri Lukisan Museum, Saraswati Temple

Houses - Waterfalls, Forests, Temples

Distance From City Center - 3.3 km

Transportation Options - Cab, Bus, Rented car and motorbike

Average price for hotel* - INR 2614

Ubud, a nature’s paradise is a stunning place with paddy fields, lush green forests, waterfalls, temples and a lot more. The temples in Ubud are aesthetic and are carved out beautifully. Also, there are various art markets and museums where travelers can enjoy a great shopping experience.

17. Mount Batur

What’s Special: Active Volcano

Nearby Attractions: Besakih Temple; Penulisan Temple; Pura Ulun Danu Batur

Distance From the Airport: 78.3 km

Transportation Options: Bus; Taxi; Car

Mount Batur is an ideal place to head on for trekking. Many beautiful trekking trails surround the vicinity of this active volcano. This volcano is situated in the Kintamani District. This site is considered as a sacred site by many people in Bali. Many go on a trek to the summit to witness the sunrise which is truly a sight to behold. In all, it is a place that must be explored by every nature lover and photographer. There are several legends that are linked to this active volcano in the Kintamani district. One of the famous one include the legend of Kebo Iwo. Some of the activities that you can partake in the vicinity of Mount Batur are boiling eggs in the mound of land, photography, mountain biking, camping, and relaxing in the hot springs.

18. Besakih Temple

What’s Special: 86 temples and shrine

Nearby Attractions: Tirta Empul Temple; Gunung Kawi Sebatu; Ulun Danu Batur Temple

Houses: Temples and shrines

Distance From the Airport: 64.1 km

Transportation Options: Car; Taxi

Bali packages from India also take you to the incredible Besakih Temple. Often known by the name of ‘Mother Temple,’ Besakih Temple is home to 86 clan temples. However, there are three main temples that are dedicated to Hinduism, these are Pura Penataran Agung, Pura Kiduling Kreteg, and Pura Batu Madeg. Besakih temple is situated in the area of Mount Agung. It is a grand complex that lures a huge crowd every day, especially during the festival of Besakih. Visiting this place for sure provides you with the essence of peace and serenity. Moreover, the intriguing architecture also lures the eyes of any traveler. If you wish to explore the entire complex, it can take upto an entire day. Within the vicinity of this temple you will find various rice paddy fields, serene hills, and a lush green environment. The entire area of this grand complex has been considered a holy site since ancient times. There are several intriguing temples situated here. One such temple is Pura Penataran Agung, the different areas of which depict different layers of the universe. The best time to visit the temple is during early morning to avoid crowds. Note that it is mandatory to dress appropriately with your arms and legs covered. One can also use sarongs to cover the body.

19. Ubud Art Market

What’s Special: Handicraft; Local art; Clothing

Nearby Attractions: Pasar Badung Market; Sukawati Art Market; Ubud Monkey Forest; Kereneng Night Market

Houses: Daily market

Distance From the Airport: 37 km

Ubud Art Market is a great place to live by the moto ‘shop till you drop,’ well, if you have excess luggage capacity. The market is also known by the name of Pasar Seni Ubud. It is situated in the central area of Ubud. It is a place where you can find several handicrafts, local art, and various clothing items. These items are said to be supplied from nearby villages such as Payangan, Pengosekan, Tegallalang, Peliatan, etc. Some of the things that one can buy in this market are straw hats, sarong, silk scarves, hand-made bags, chunk jewelry, basket bags, local art pieces, ikat & batik, crochets, etc. The opening timings for this market are from 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM. It opens everyday, however, to gain a hassle-free experience, it is suggested that you plan an early visit to skip the crowd. This will let you explore the market at its true magnificence and will increase your opportunity to grab the morning price. Note that negotiation and good bargaining skills will land you on a pretty decent price or might help you save a few bucks. However, it is recommended that you do so in a respectful manner and don’t push it to bickering. So keep your cool and indulge yourself in the shopping delight of Ubud.

20. Bali Safari & Marine Park

What’s Special: Animal Show; Bali Agung Show; Night Safari

Nearby Attractions: Elephant Safari Park; Padang Galak Beach

Houses: Water Park and Fun Zone; Tsavo Lion Restaurant; Petting Zoo

Distance From the Airport: 34.4 km

Through Bali trip packages , you will also get to visit the Bali Safari & Marine Park. The park is sprawled over an area of 40 hectares. The opening timings of the park are from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM. This park holds for you a plethora of activities that one can partake in during one’s visit. Inside the par, you will find a freshwater aquarium, a petting zoo, a water park , and a restaurant. Here, you can also witness the intriguing activity of feeding piranha and white tigers. Moreover, one can also enjoy an elephant ride and witness an amazing animal show. The Water Park and Fun Zone also offers a truly remarkable experience with various fun-filled options. In addition to that, one can also enjoy the charms of night safari and explore the activities of nocturnal animals. Amidst exploring, if you also wish to savor some food, you can head to the restaurants. Some of the animals that one can spot in this park are elephants, leopards, tigers, white tigers, orangutans, zebras, cheetahs, komodo dragons, Himalayan bears, African hippos, baboons, etc. Therefore, it is an ideal place to visit by nature lovers.

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Planning To Make Hay While The Sun Shines During Bali Tour?

Bali experiences a tropical climate due to its strategic location of about 8 degrees from south of the equator. Hence, the usual weather is either warm or humid throughout the year. Bali experiences two distinct seasons annually. If you wish to book specific Bali vacation packages, it is wiser to do so in advance and also during the off season. The mountainous regions of Bali are considerably cool as compared to other zones of the island while areas near the beaches are humid.

Blessed with heavenly climate all year round, the temperature here, generally, hovers in between 26 degree and 28 degree celsius. However, the Paradise Island can be best enjoyed during the dry season, which is also the peak season to visit Bali. Take a look at our weather classification below on the basis of seasons, and get to decide on the best time to opt for Bali packages to enjoy the view of scenic landscapes, shimmering beaches, turquoise waters, and adventure.

Dry Season (April - September)

The summer months, especially from June to August, is the best time to visit Bali, as the weather is pleasant with sunny days. It is a good time to laze along clean beaches, enjoy sunbathing, and engage in outdoor activities, such as scuba diving, sailing and hiking. On an excursion to Bali , one can grab a chance to enjoy some of the major events that take place at this time of the year. Nusa Dua Festival and Bali Arts Festival occur during the months of June and July, while Bali Kites Festival and Indonesia Independence Day are celebrated in the months of July and August. While, the month of September witnesses the celebration of Chinese New Year and Easter Week, thus beckoning tourists in a huge number.

However, as it is the peak season for tourism in Bali, people from all around the world come here in search of sun, sand, and surf. You can expect a spike in hotel accommodation rates. To avoid paying inflated costs, it is advised to book Bali holiday packages including flights, in advance, just before the peak season.

Wet Season (October - March)

Bali remains less crowded during these months, and that’s why it makes for the best time to book Bali tour packages with flight . Perfect for quiet retreats and weekend getaways, here is your chance to enjoy a vacation in the midst of awe-inspiring landscapes with less crowd. Moreover, as it is not the peak season, you may easily great discounts on accommodation. Also, the airfares are comparatively low and there are great discounts in the shops.

Though, as the hotel rates seem to be lower during this time, people keep flocking to this exotic island. It would be wise to get to travel here in the month of March to attend a key event, called Nyepi. Also, a few Bali travel packages might offer you the best deals during this period. Thanks to its proximity to the equator and tropical climate, Bali is always bustling irrespective of the time of the year. If dry season allows one to go adventurous, and partake in activities, like: surfing and diving; wet season seems more fun while exploring the island when the sun shines.

How To Reach Bali In A Best Priced Budget?

Housing one of the best airports, Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport, one can reach the capital of Bali, Denpasar covering the distance of 13 kms. With regular flights operating to and fro, Bali has a good air connectivity with the major cities of other countries. One can hop on a flight from Europe, America, Australia and the countries of Asia. When booking through tour packages for Bali, the flight fares may or may not be included. Do check once before final reservations.

In order to reach Bali through roadways, one can get on a bus journey from Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. One can also hire a car on rent to roam in and around the destination to make the most of their travel packages to Bali.

To experience travelling through waterways, one needs to take a flight to Singapore, Java or Sumatra, and then cruise onward to the destination.

Having good connectivity to the other regions through air and seaways, the paradisiacal island beckons true explorers to book Bali tour packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, and other cities of India for a soothing experience.

Either it is romantic beaches, tranquil environs, religious sites, or exhilarating nightlife, Bali is there to beguile each of its visitors. Gear up to discover this tropical paradise which is a perfect blend of rich culture and modern tourist facilities with the help of some strategically customized Bali trip packages. This will help you cherish some beautiful moments at the golden beaches, sightseeing of architectural monuments and temples, enticing views of cascading waterfalls, a boat ride while gazing at the dolphins; or partake in adventure activities, like: white water rafting, and kite surfing; or indulge in yoga for a rejuvenated feeling. Boasting an abundance of natural offerings and adventure activities, this exotic destination has something for every travel enthusiast. To savour its many perks, all one has to do is scroll through our list and set off for a spellbinding experience. To savour its many perks, all one has to do is scroll through our list of meticulously crafted Bali holiday packages from India, and set off for a spellbinding experience.

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  • Nusa Dua (2D)

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How cheap is Bali for an Indian?

Usually, the range of activities in Bali fall in the range of INR 10,000 - 15,000 per person. But again it all depends on how long your trip is going to be. For a seven-day trip to Bali, you must take a minimum budget of INR 30,000 - 35,000 per person that includes local transport, activities, and food.

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What is the best time to go to Bali?

Best time to visit Bali is considered when the peak season is going on. Although it entirely depends on the weather conditions of Bali as to which is the best time to visit, still the peak season begins from the months of July and August, during the Easter Holidays, and Christmas / New Year i.e. from the month of December till the 1st week of January. To enjoy a budget tour of Bali, the best time to visit is during the months of April, May, June and September. The weather is dry and less humid. The months of October and November are also considered as a good time to visit for several reasons such as cheaper prices in room and rentals.

Are there any specific religious restrictions in Bali?

There are no religious restrictions as such but there are few etiquettes that one is expected to follow. Balinese people consider left hand unclean and therefore, avoid using it while handing over something or shaking hands. Touching someone’s head is considered disrespectful. Entering a temple with revealing clothes is not allowed. The only law that may be disturbing is about no entry for menstruating women to religious places.

What are the visa requirements for Bali?

For Indians, visa is not required if the stay is less than 30 days. On arrival at the Bali airport, a visa extension stamp is applied to the passport, which works as a normal visa but is free of cost. The only problem with this is that it cannot be extended beyond these 30 days. However, if you need to extend it, certain charges are to be paid to make it possible.

What are the important things to carry while travelling to Bali?

  It is advised to travel light carrying a suitcase and a duffle bag - while travelling to Bali. Before you pack your luggage for Bali, ensure that you must have these items along :

  • Toiletries – toothbrush, paste, deodorants, tampons or sanitary napkins for women, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, shaving items, hairbrush, sunscreen, lotion, cleanser, moisturizer
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Mosquito repellant
  • Medicines for emergency
  • Phone charger, electronic adapter
  • Important documents

For clothing and footwear, carry:

  • Cotton and linen, lightweight clothes
  • A pair of durable, lightweight and breathable walking shoes
  • Light-weight and super dry towel
  • Socks, long maxi dresses, kaftans, skirts or trousers
  • Hat and sunglasses

What is the currency of Bali and how much does it value in the terms of INR?

Indonesian Rupiah (IDR) is the currency of Bali. One Indian Rupee (INR) equals to 197.65 IDR.

Which are the most famous beaches in Bali?

The beaches of Bali beaches are diverse, cliff-guarded and phenomenal. While there are a lot of beaches that offer a relaxed vacation in Bali, these are some of the best beaches that you must not miss out on your tour of Bali:

  • Padangbai and Blue Lagoon
  • Balangan, Suluban Beach
  • Karma Beach
  • Sunday’s Beach Club
  • Legian Beach

What are the main attractions of Bali?

Main attractions of Bali:

  • Pura Blanjong Temple
  • Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
  • Seminyak beaches
  • Mount Batur volcano
  • Legian beach area
  • Taman Tirtagangga Temple and Garden
  • Pura Gunung Kawi Hindu Temple
  • Gitgit Waterfall
  • Tegallalang Rice Terrace

What kind of water sports can be enjoyed in Bali?

Bali water sports:

  • Water skiing
  • Banana boat rides
  • Scuba diving
  • Parasailing
  • River rafting
  • Fly fishing
  • Beach games

What sort of wildlife I can experience in Bali?

Bali is abundant in luscious greenery and warm, white-sand beaches. Apart from its natural landscape and stunning beaches, Bali also has a rich wildlife. 

  • Ubud Monkey Forest is considered as the best-known monkey hangout due to its tempting location in Ubud.
  • Bird Village of Petulu is home to a variety of exotic birds such as the Kokokan birds (herons)
  • Bali Bird Park is home to nearly 1000 birds, all from a variety of 250 species of birds. Spot endangered species such as the cendrawasih (birds of paradise) and the Leucopsarrothschildi (Bali starling).
  • Rimba Reptile Park is home to animals footloose and feather free. Check out the 20 different species of reptiles and 181 specimens of both reptiles and amphibians. 
  • Elephant Safari Park, GiliMenobird park and turtle sanctuary are three important hubs of wildlife. 
  • Bali Butterfly Park, the largest butterfly park in Asia, is also one of the must-visit places in Bali for a unique wildlife experience.

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Museum Puri Lukisan In Bali

Museum Puri Lukisan is one of the oldest art museums in Bali. The core purpose of the museum is to exhibit the traditional and modern Balinese paintings of Bali, along with the art of wood carvings. It is home to the country's finest assortment of artwork spanning between pre and post-independence war. It is said that Ubud ...

  • Paintings and artworks
  • Ideal for friends
  • Ideal for families

Gitgit Waterfall In Bali

Gitgit Waterfall can also be called as the Jungle waterfall that is located in North Bali. The beach is just a 45 minutes drive from the beautiful Lovina beach. Out of all the amazing waterfalls in Bali, Gitgit is one of the few waterfalls that stands out because of its unique features. The USP of this mesmerizing waterfall...

  • Adventure Activities

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary In Bali

The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary also goes with the name Ubud Monkey Forest. It is located at the village of Padangtegal, and the locals of the village consider this forest the spiritual nerve-center for their beliefs. The forest is the home to the Balinese grey long-tailed macaques that are scientifically known as Macaca...

Pura Ulun Danu Batur In Bali

To the temple of Kintamani, Pura Ulun Danu Batur Temple is one of the important Balinese temples of Hindu faith. After the Besakih Temple, Ulun Danu Batur Temple is the second most significant temple that rests itself at the rim of Mount Batur. The temple was built in the year 1926 and is dedicated in the honor of the godde...

Pura Lempuyang Luhur In Bali

Pura Lempuyang Temple Bali is one of the most established holy sanctuaries on the island. It also goes by the name Lempuyang Temple. It is one of the oldest temples on the island with significant importance to the Hindu religion. Visiting the temple is a cultural excursion that requires hikes to reach the top of the temple....

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Your list of the best things to do, compiled on the basis of actual traveler experiences

Sekumpul Waterfall Trekking In Bali

Sekumpul waterfall, also known as Bali Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful places in Bali. There are around seven waterfalls in the place, some of which are quite difficult to explore. The place has some breathtaking scenic beauty which makes them one of the best waterfalls to visit in Bali .

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Waterbom In Bali

Waterbom Bali is one of the top water parks in Asia and a major tourist attraction in Bali. The park is not an ordinary one. It is a complete package of all the good things that one can imagine making their day fun-filled and happening. The Waterbom theme park is one of its kind that offers a large number of activities for ...

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Sanur Beach Walk In Bali

If a Bali vacation is on your mind, then Sanur should be your first priorities. This beautiful coastal town has plenty of amazing experiences to offer to make your holiday more than just perfect. Sanur Beach is Bali's most serene shoreline with a casual waterfront vibe. Sanur Beach is situated on the eastern side of the isl...

Legian Beach Surf In Bali

Legian Beach surf is one of the most done activities by tourist in Bali. The surf spot is also knowns as the Padma. The location is technically a beach break making it a perfect spot to surf and swim. It is one of the best beach activities to do in Bali, thanks to its smooth waves and amazing weather. The beach is a world c...

Mount Agung Sunrise Trekking In Bali

Nestled at a height of 3,033 metres above sea level, Mount Agung is the fifth highest volcano in Indonesia and the highest mountain in Bali. Climb up the summit, and grab an amazing opportunity to cherish a splendid sunrise view and the breathtaking panorama of the island of Gods that will certainly leave you spellbound; wh...

Travel Stories

To help you plan better and smarter, we have anthologized a series of testimonials from our travelers who booked with us and never regretted. Find out what made their trips larger-than-life

1. Breaking Stereotypes on my solo trip to Bali

Duration: 6N/7D

Accommodation: 3-star Hotel

Experiences: Female traveler on a budget trip to Bali, Bali is more than just a honeymoon destination.

Come Back for: Thrilling water sports and scuba diving

With my first international solo trip to Bali, I was already breaking the stereotypes of seeing Bali as only a ‘’romantic destination’’. And when i reached Bali, I could not believe that I was right all the while. Bali has an array of options to offer for every single traveler. I had reserved one of the best deal from TravelTriangle, and had my itinerary sorted beforehand. I had an amazing time during the exciting watersports activities at Tanjung Benoa beach. Apart from that, I experience Scuba diving for the first time and I can’t tell you how much I loved it!

I am still proud of myself (and thankful to TT) for taking the first step on discovering Bali, and defying the stereotypes!

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2. Fun and frolic at Bali during my awesome trip

Duration: 7N/8D

Accommodation: Resort & Spa

Experiences: White-sand beaches and aqua blue water. Bali was incredibly well kept in comparison to India

Come Back for: Motorboat ride at the Bratan Temple

One of my best travel experiences so far, I consider the Bali trip as a lifetime memory. Firstly, I was able to cover an international destination in an affordable budget. Secondly, the whole trip was a real value for money, as the food wasn’t very expensive and the sightseeing was done at an economical price. I loved the shopping session and Sunset view from Tanah Lot. And lastly, I had a gala time enjoying the Kecak dance performance against the background of the setting sun. Cheers to TT team for providing me with several tour packages for Bali as options.

3. Shopping in Bali made my holidays much happening than ever!

Duration: 3N/4D

Accommodation: Resort

Experiences: Street-style shopping, local life, food

Come Back for: Sunset views and Banana boat ride

On my trip to Bali, I came across such beautiful places and even more beautiful experiences that left me wanting for more. Thanks to a well-charted Bali tour itinerary by team TravelTriangle, I had a great time in Bali. On my first day of outing, I tried my hand on scuba diving and jet skiing. It was altogether a wonderful experience for me. Apart from that, I loved shopping in Bali.On the streets of Seminyak, I came across a number of stalls that sold exquisite designer wear, colorful accessories, exquisite handicrafts and what not! I also carried a pouch of authentic coffee beans back home. I was able to shop to my heart’s content that too without burning a hole in my pocket. But I missed out on Banana boat rides. I would definitely come back for the same and would love to book one of the Bali vacation packages yet again!

Bali Bound & Can’t Find a Safe Haven? Check out these top accommodations

1. four seasons sayan ubud.

Star Category: 5-star hotel

Price Per Night: INR 47,500 onwards

Location: Sayan, 80571 Ubud, Indonesia

Offering a stunning setting,Four Seasons is easily one of the best resorts in Bali. There are sixty rooms, each one of them equipped in dark teak furniture amd Indonesian stone. If you wish to enjoy some private time, reserve that room with a private pool, and pass your time gallivanting in Bali!

2. Viceroy Ubud

Price Per Night: INR 48,067 onwards

Location: Jl. Lanyahan, Br. Nagi, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Tucked away in the jungle of Ubud, The Viceroy is a perfect retreat in the mountains of Bali. The Villa is opulently furnished with private pool that overlooks the vast jungle in front of it. To get the best of nightlife in Bali, make your reservations during the off-season here.

3. The Kayon Resort

Star Category: 5-star resort

Price Per Night: INR 8,048 onwards

Location: Banjar Kepitu, Desa Kendran, 80571 Ubud, Indonesia

Set against a garden that come with a pool and chapel,Kayon Resort in Ubud is the ultimate place to stay at if you are looking for an upscale stay in Bali. The resort boasts a stunning terrace and views of Petanu river.

4. Hotel Tugu Bali

Price Per Night: INR 12,675 onwards

Location: Jl Pantai Batu Bolong, Canggu Beach, Bali, 80361 Canggu, Indonesia

One of the quiet, cozy accommodations in Bali, Hotel Tugu is an ideal haven for those travelers who wish to spend time away from the maddening crowd of cities. Try the massage and spa therapy which are quite popular here.

Comfort-Food Hunt in Bali? Check Out These Places

Once you are in Bali, you will never want to miss out on the authentic Balinese dishes and multi-cuisine dishes. During your Bali tour, make sure to visit one or all of these places for a heartful.

1. Tamade Café

Cuisines: Indonesian, Western

Timings: 10:00 Am to 3:30 PM, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.5/5.0

Location: Jl. Raya Basangkasa No.15, Seminyak, Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

It is a laid-back, cozy cafe that serves authentic Indonesian food amidst artistic set-up. The interiors are decorated with self-drawn murals, making it one of the favorite cafes among tourists. Try the cheese and hot sauce with fried chicken or smoked pork.

2. The Bistrot

Cuisines: Asian, French, Vegan, Gluten-Free

Timings: 8:30 AM to 12:00 AM

Location: Jl. Kayu Aya no. 117 (in front of Red Carpet), Seminyak 80361 Indonesia

Quite famous among solo travelers and group of solo travelers, Bistrot is located in one of the lively areas of Bali. It is an English-themed restaurant that is equipped with comfortable couches, and is a perfect spot for coffee or afternoon tea.

3. Naughty Nuri’s

Cuisines: Local Cuisine, Barbecue, Asian, Indonesian, Fusion

Timings: 10:00 AM to 9:30 PM

TripAdvisor Rating: 4.0/5.0

Location: Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud 80571 Indonesia

Serving the signature BBQ Spare Ribs ever since it was setup in the year 1995, Naughty Nuri’s is a very popular food-joint in Bali. In fact, it is so famous that known Hollywood stars such as Julia Roberts have had a meal here!

4. Murni’s Warung

Cuisines: International, Asian

Timings: 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Location: Jalan Raya Beside the bridge, Ubud 80571 Indonesia

Having been around for more than 40 years, Murni’s Warung is one of the oldest restaurants in Bali. It is a 40-year old restaurant that serves delicious Balinese cuisine amidst a wonderful, lush green set-up overlooking the sea.If you have booked through any of the tour packages for Bali, make sure to keep a day in hand to explore the cafe.

5. Bumbu Bali

Cuisines: Local Cuisine, Indonesian, Vegan Options

Timings: 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM

Location: Jl. Pratama, Tanjung Benoa 80363 Indonesia

Located close to Nusa Dua Beach, Bumbu Bali offers traditional Balinese setting with a dash of Zen vibe. Choose from a long list of menus that have almost all types of cuisine for everyone.

Go There, Live That - Unusual Things To Do During Bali Tour

An expedition to Bali is meant to excite the inner child in everyone. Replete with numerous activities for its visitors, here lies an experience that urges them to extend their sojourn for days. Let the heart pound faster while enjoying a banana boat ride on a tour to Tanjung Benoa Beach. Choose to cruise along the harbour having a perfect leisurely impression and an experience while sailing through the different colours of sky. Boasting a bounty of adventure activities, one can enjoy white water rafting in Ubud.

And for solo travellers, Pyangan region serves white water tubing where one can hop on a tube to face the rapid currents of rivers. While, traversing the rugged terrains on an ATV quad bike can one feel the splash of water and the grit of sand. For someone who wants a daunting combination of cliff jumping and river trekking, then canyoning is meant to reward the gutsy ones. Have an encounter with the power of wind and waves while enjoying kite surfing. Or, glide through the skies while partaking in paragliding on a tour of Denpasar. Additional to that, with Bali holiday packages, adventurers can also trek to breathtaking vistas of Gunung Batur, and marvel at the beauty of nature. Or, indulge in cave diving at Gili Biaha to dive to the abyssal depths of Bali. As far as children are concerned, they can be taken to Bali Safari & Marine Park to get engaged in some water activities. Check out some popular activities below, you can enjoy on your trip to bali:

1. Watch a Buffalo Race

Seen a buffalo working on a field? During your Bali trip, watch the giant buffaloes race. On every second Sunday, during July-October, locals riding chariots race buffaloes. Plan a visit one night ahead to witness this unique yet exciting showdown. While some of the Bali packages may not include this in the itinerary, you must not skip watching the race!

2. Party in Kuta

The narrow streets and quaint stalls in Kuta are the liveliest places in Bali. If you wish to party hard in Bali, Kuta is the place to do. Buy your own booze from a local store and party the way you want. Or you may drop in at any of the restaurants to chill with the crowd of tourists here.

3. Stretch It Out

If not for all the extraordinary activities, Bali is surely famous for its yoga retreat centres that are located all around the island. Head to one of these centres for a one-day trial of world-class yoga in Bali. Because Bali is also about de-stressing, relaxing and staying healthy.

4. Rapture Surf Camp

You miss the camp only when you visit it. One of the most memorable experiences to cherish in Bali is the surf camp. Stay on your own and explore the bounties of nature while you relax by the island side.If you have booked any of the packages for Bali , ask your tour planner to include this in your itinerary.

5. Splurge at Bamboo Blonde

The best way to spend your money in Bali is shopping at Canggu. Check out the stylish shops and an even more stylish WEBSHOP in Bali that sell items worldwide. Even if you don’t buy anything, you will end up exploring a lot more than you expected.

6. Climb to the Bali Treetop Adventure Park

Fancy a ride amidst the lush forests? Bali Treetop Adventure Park offers you a chance to enjoy fun rides in an area covered by trees. Although it is more fun for youngsters and solo travelers, still children and married couples can have their share of enjoyment of visiting the park. On the top of trees, there are nets and swings which offer you several experiences such as flying fox or zip lining. Fly through the fresh air and let your adrenaline soar higher.

7. Reserve a table at Bebek Bengil in Ubud

One of the most loved restaurants in Ubud, Bebek Bengali serves some signature dishes that are a must-try. The name Bebek Bengil actually means ‘Dirty Duck’, in Indonesia, and that is why the Bebek Betutu is the most famous dish here. It is speciality where the duck is boiled in a broth infused with herbs and rubbed with spices. After the marination, the duck is fried until it is crispy and fit to be eaten. It is usually served with rice and other vegetables which is just a perfect meal for special lunch dates.

8. Try your hand at Muck Diving in Padang Bai

Located in the eastern part of Bali, Padang Bai is quite famous for a well-known adventure activity - muck diving. If you love to try new things in a foreign land, this is what you must do. There are almost seven odd sites that are perfect spot for muck diving. You can reach any of these destinations by a short boat ride from the shore. It does not matter much if you are inexperienced in water activities. Everyone can enjoy this activity, irrespective of the age gaps or no prior experience. It is a wonderful experience to swim across the rare marine species such as blue ringed octopus and pygmy seahorse. If you are lucky enough, you may get an opportunity to see the sharks, turtles and other marine animals. Swim across the delicate coral gardens during the activity. However, make sure to get the PADI certified before starting the activity.

9. Fly up from water in Tanjung Benoa

If you are a die-hard fan of adventure and water sports, Tanjung Benoa is the place to unleash all your heart’s desire for the same. It is the same place where all water sports enthusiasts come to have a slice of adventure and fun at the same time. The place is famous especially for a water jetpack ride. All you have to do is strap a jetpack which will let you soar up in the sky, to a height of almost 10 metres or so. The adventurous session lasts for approximately 20 minutes where you can capture stunning views of Bali while floating in the sky, just above the water. Experience this uniqueness of staying in water and still flying in the air only at Tanjung Benoa. Amateurs can take guidance from the experts while professionals can start with their adventure at the very moment.

10. Idle around in Sidemen

Quite unknown to most of the travelers in Thailand, Sidemen is a perfect alternative to many of the over-crowded spots in Thailand. If you wish to savour an offbeat experience in Thailand, away from the tourist crowd, Sidemen is the place to be. It is surrounded by rice paddy fields which looks like a jade green blanket spread across the area. Adjacent to the field, there lies a valley which acts as a hiking trail for many travelers. Take a trek from the surrounding area to the valley and spend some quiet time with the solitude around you. You may also take pleasure in going for a stroll by the waterfalls along the vantage spots.

11. Jewelry hunt in Celuk

Located in the district of Sukawati in Bali, Celuk is a quaint village which is exclusively famous for creating amazing silver jewelry. If you are visiting Ubud or any of the neighbouring places to Ubud, you may easily spend a day in Celuk. Walk along the main street of Jalan Raya Celuk to shop for ornate silver jewelry. There are traditional souvenirs and custom made accessories for sale. Make sure to bargain and haggle to get these items at a fair deal.

12. Snorkel in Amed

Our travel experts say that if you are in Bali, you must never miss out on snorkeling. One of the best activities to try out, snorkeling will recharge you and leave you with a memory that you would always want to relive. Snorkeling in Amed is certainly one of the best things to do in Bali. Amed is a perfect choice for all those travelers who are looking forward to enjoying a quieter vacation in Bali. Amed is made up of a string of small villages located close to the sea. The water here is more transparent than other places and this is the reason why many people come here for snorkeling, especially.

13. Be a masterchef at Bumbu Bali

Known as one of Bali’s most famous restaurants, Bumbu Bali is often visited by visitors to take part in live cooking classes. It is owned by the contemporary chef & photo enthusiast Heinz von Holzen. You may try your hand at cooking here. There is a planned trip where you get to visit the local markets to purchase Balinese ingredients. After that, you can come back and prepare a lip-smacking traditional Baliense meal. To encourage more visitors to try the same, a certificate of participation and communal lunch are rewarded by the owner.

14. Pamper yourself in Nusa Dua

Famous as one of the most upscale areas of Bali, Nusa Dua offers a lot of luxurious experiences to the visitors. If you have that kind of budget, Nusa Dua is the perfect place to splurge. There are tailor-made lawns and private beaches for the enjoyment of travelers. Spend some relaxing time in the beaches or get a luxury spa treatment done.

15. Enjoy shopping at Kuta Art Market

Bali is really popular for shopping of eccentric things and handicrafts which you won’t find anywhere else. Cane bags, home decor, shell jewelry, essential oils etc are some famous places to shop in Bali and one popular market to get all of these at affordable prices is Kuta Art Market. So, make sure to include shopping in your Bali trip plan for a complete holiday experience in Bali.

16. Surf in Kuta

Enjoy a wonderful surfing experience in Kuta and feeling the cool breeze on a pleasant afternoon. Kuta is a popular place for surfing and also a must-have experience in Bali. Experience unmatchable thrill during this watersport and make the most of your vacation.

17. Go sightseeing

There are a lot of temples to visit in Bali and you can spend a whole day exploring and visiting these ancient temples including Uluwatu Temple, Ulun Danu Beratan Temple. Taman Ayun Temple and

Tanah Lot temple. Enjoy the peaceful and calm vibes of the surroundings and click some amazing pictures on your vacation.

18. Have fun at Bali Treetop Adventure Park

If you are looking for an adventure-packed vacation, this is the perfect place to be in Bali. Here you can enjoy a range of rides in the lush green surroundings of the park. The park is a great place for families and couples and will make for an adventurous vacation.

And that’s not all! If indulging in adventure and heart pumping is not something wants, rather they want a treat for their soul, mind and body, then Bali is crammed with yoga retreats and spa therapy centers . Whether it is a holistic massage, or a foot therapy, or a couple spa session, spa centers of this tropical island are known to offer a rejuvenating experience to its visitors; urging them to make repetitive visits to their place.

Safety Measures To Follow During Bali Trip

Some of the best measures one must take while traveling to Bali during the pandemic are:

  • One must carry a COVID-19 negative certificate at all times
  • Make all hotel bookings in advance and ensure that you have a copy of the same
  • Ensure that you wear a mask at all time when traveling
  • Maintain social distancing and avoid going to crowded places
  • Keep a sanitizer handy at all times and ensure that the rooms are well-sanitized and hygienic.

Essential and Additional Info

Bali is an incredibly safe place to backpack and travel — even if you’re traveling solo (and even as a solo female traveler). But it is always good to protect one’s safety, especially during solo trips. A Bali holiday package must solve all your problems but safety is still in your own hand. However, certain rules must be universally followed, irrespective of travelling in a group or on your own -

  • Bali is a peaceful country. Hence, violent attacks are absent or rare. Make sure to keep your money and belongings safe.
  • Theft is a recurring problem, especially in public transit in Indonesia. Stay safe and avoid crowded places.
  • Be aware of the Credit card fraud which is a common issue in Indonesia. To stay safe, carry cash or debit cards.
  • Follow your gut feeling. If you feel the cab driver is weird or the hotel assistants are indecent, move out! Do not think twice, just move to a safer location or simply deboard the cab.
  • Carry copies of your documents before leaving for the trip and share the trip details with your family and friends when traveling alone.
  • Heard of “Do As The Romans Do?” In Bali, “do not do what the locals don’t” and you will be safe all the while.
  • Do not consume tap water in Bali. Make use of bottled mineral water.
  • Don’t overindulge with monkeys since they can bite and might cause infections.
  • While going on a trek or hike make sure to be accompanied by a local travel guide.
  • Keep your valuables close and safe not just from the pickpockets but also from monkeys

Pro Travelers’ Tips

  • If you are looking to save money on dining, check out the restaurants located anywhere but West. Explore the local food here and save more on eating.
  • When shopping in Bali, bargain hard and bargain every once in a while. Do not just blindly pay for the price they ask. If you are here through a certain Bali travel package , you may get some help from your tour guide as well.
  • If you already know too much about Southern Bali, take a trip to the less explored location- Northern Bali. Also, you will find the best accommodation deals here.
  • If you are looking to grab drinks at a minimum cost, head to the public bars during the Happy Hours or just buy from the local liquor store.
  • If you are traveling on your own, take the free shuttle that offer absolutely free airport transfers.
  • Carrying your own reusable water bottle will not only be helpful to you but also to Bali. It will save your money and the environment.
  • In some cases where you have booked any of the Bali trip packages , the agent might provide you with some essential info during the trip. Make sure you consider them important.
  • Note that when it comes to pilgrimage sites, Balinese follow a very strict dress code. So wear something that keeps the body covered.
  • Always make sure to check the weather forecast before planning any trip to Bali..
  • Before booking any Bali holiday package online, check out the complete itinerary and arrange a schedule much before time.

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Bali for honeymooners has become the most sought after destination for Indians. It's exotic villas along with private pool define luxury and are just ideal for a cosy couple time. With Pickyourtrail’s Bali Indonesia honeymoon packages , experience a luxurious Bali honeymoon you can never forget and keep going back to time and again.

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25 romantic places to visit in bali honeymoon, 1. uluwatu temple.

Visiting a temple for your honeymoon might sounds a little weird. But the aesthetic beauty Uluwatu temple has is just jaw dropping. Sunsets are a symbol of promise and watching them together is the promise of foreverness you could bestow your better half. This temple is located on a cliff overlooking what is unimportant and promising the best view of nature. Your Bali honeymoon package is just incomplete without this place and Kecak fire dance is for which you could never go wrong about choosing this place.

Location : Pecatu, South Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Sunrise, Kekac dance and the Temple Best time to visit : 6pm to 7pm Best transport option : Bus, Scooter and Taxi

2. Mount Batur

What is life without adventure? An International honeymoon package without adventure is no fun. Start by hiking with your better half at Mount Batur on your Bali honeymoon. Engage yourself at this romantic nature set place and enjoy little chit chats during your sweat breaks. Imagine climbing 1.7Km and witnessing Bali from above with your beloved. Yes, Mount Batur is absolutely a traveller’s delight. Witness the Bali sun from above and enjoy every little thing about your Bali honeymoon package from India . Treat yourself with some best delicacies in Gunung Batukaru restaurant with your loved one.

Location : Bangli Regency, Bali Indonesia Famous for : Hiking, Goa Gajah Temple and lunch at Kintamani Best time to visit : 3.00 am Best transport option : Taxi and Bus

3. Ubud Palace

Learning it all together is really fun. Understanding the patterns of each other’s needs and Ubud becomes the seat for you to test this. From cooking classes to life hack workshops, everything about Ubud is so exciting. Try not to miss this place in your Bali tour package for couple . The Chocolate Tour at the big tree farm will ask for your hearts. Best thing at Ubud probably! Another best thing is the Ubud palace. Also known as Puri Saren Palace, this place holds the rich history that Bali has. Explore this palace together and understand the significance of the palace and story it has to tell. Try not to miss this aristocratic experience.

Location : Jl. Raya Ubud No.8, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia Famous for : Traditional antiques, Kecak fire dance, Bali swing Best time to visit : 9am to 6pm Best transport option : Taxi and Bus

4. Tegenungan Waterfalls

Located in a village of Tegenungan Kemenuh, this palace is the romantic setup you had been craving for. One of the top attractions in Bali, this place has all the picturesque sceneries enough to satiate the instagrammer in you. Provoke the nature lover in you and you would rightly find the answer to where to honeymoon in Bali. Plunge yourself in the soft waters with pebbly bases and help yourself at the restaurants to taste the best balinese cuisines. Try not to miss this place because your Bali packages for couple will miss something big if you don't visit this place.

Location : Jl. Ir. Sutami, Kemenuh, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581, Indonesia Famous for : Cool shower and swimming Best time to visit : 9am and 3pm Best transport option : Scooter, Taxi

5. Kelingking beach and T- Rex, Nusa Penida

Being in Bali and not enjoying the essence of its spectacular beach life gives you a void vacuum. This place is one of the most iconic nature retreats you must visit in Bali. This iconic beach and cliff pair has a lot of traveller fans and definitely is in their bucket list. Try not to miss Kelingking beach and T- Rex in your Bali honeymoon places to visit list. Witnessing nature's cool views from the T rex shaped cliff and the powdered sand of Kelingking beach has a lot to tell about its waters. Make sure to add this place to your Bali Indonesia honeymoon package .

Location : Bunga Mekar, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 80771, Indonesia Famous for : Hiking Best time to visit : Late afternoon and sunset hour Best transport option : Taxi or Scooter

6. Broken Beach, Nusa Penida

Located on the west coast of Nusa Penida, Broken beach is another place in Bali that cannot miss your Bali honeymoon itinerary. With a rich Bali beach flavour, this little cove is one of the most picturesque places in Bali. This nature retreat reminds us how the world has shaped itself to give a refreshing plunge to our routines. This beach definitely deserves its place in cinematic backgrounds. The highlighter blue waters are just refreshing. This place is a must have in your Bali honeymoon packages all inclusive .

Location : Bunga Mekar, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 80771, Indonesia Famous for : Naturally made cove and site seeing Best time to visit : Before 10am Best transport option : Taxi, Scooter

7. Devil’s Tear, Nusa Lembongan

Witness the mesmerizing views of massive forceful waves hitting the cove and splashing like a tear and now you understand where this place gets its name from. This is one of the best Bali honeymoon destinations. Get ready to witness an amalgamation of nature colours. Light blue sky, orange sunshine, turquoise blue waters and a rainbow kiss from the tear generated. Splendidly craving for every travel lover, this place is unforgivingly beautiful. Give this place a shoutout in your social apps giving people insights on how to plan a Bali tour package for couple from India .

Location : Nusa Lembongan, Jungutbatu, Nusapenida, Kabupatén Klungkung, Bali 80771, Indonesia Famous for : Sunset spot, Cliff jump Best time to visit : 5pm to 6pm Best transport option : Hire a scooter

8. Tegalalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

These 2 are just the perfect places if you are a green adorer. The stretch of green rice paddies just seems like a forever thing. The inexhaustible beach activities and hike trails may bore you, but not this one. You can never go wrong with this place on your Bali honeymoon . Visit the Tegalalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces during the March- April season to selfishly own all the greenery for yourself. Tegalalang rice terrace restaurant is one of the most visited places in the whole of Bali. The view is stunningly beautiful and the ‘I love Bali’ definitely deserves your attention.

Location : Village, Jl. Jatiluwih Kawan No.Desa, Jatiluwih, Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82152, Indonesia Famous for : Tegalalang rice terrace restaurant, Bali swing Best time to visit : Early in the morning or late in the evening Best transport option : Scooter, Taxi/ Car

9. Ubud Monkey forest

This is a home to numerous grey tailed monkeys. Become a part of the monkey adventure and you will never feel out of vibe. Apparently this sacred monkey forest has ancient temples under the thick foliage. Surpass the nutmeg forest to reach this place and you will finally find a place to fiddle with your DSLR. Have a guided tour and you will get to know the history and geography of this picturesque place. This place gives you the Tarzan vibe of bright yellow sun rays entering thick leaves with nature sounds being the only background. This is definitely a must to include in your places to visit in on your Bali honeymoon package .

Location : Jl. Monkey Forest, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia Famous for : Traditional dances and serene nature Best time to visit : 2.00 PM Best transport option : Shuttle Bus, Taxi, Scooter

10. Omnia Beach club

This is one of the newest locations Bali has to offer the couples. The hangout thirst in you is for sure satiated here. Imagine a daytime party at a height of 100 metres above sea level. This place is all about that. Partying is definitely the highlight of a honeymoon vibe. Your honeymoon package to Bali should have this place in the list. With numerous restrictions in place, this place is definitely made for adults. In your couple Bali tour package price, the Omnia beach club is going to occupy a share charging 20,000 per person. However, it is worth all the money. Think of Bali honeymoon things to do and have this place in your list.

Location : Jl. Belimbing Sari, Pecatu, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80364, Indonesia Famous for : Party and sightseeing Best time to visit : 4.30 PM Best transport option : Hire a Taxi, Scooter

11. Tanah Lot temple

The most iconic tourist attraction in Bali is Tanah Lot temple. A temple in Bali honeymoon might be a surprise to you. But this place is perched on a cliff and is a popular Hindu shrine. This temple not just gives stunning views off the cliff, but also would become one of the favourite temples you will remember always. Special in every sense, visiting this temple between 6pm to 7pm has the right magic flow you will need. The sunset view is definitely worth the watch on your honeymoon trip to Bali . Picture yourself at this iconic rocky ancient temple and have it in your special Bali moments folder.

Location : Beraban, Kediri, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82121, Indonesia Famous for : Temple and rock formations Best time to visit : Before 10am and after 4pm Best transport option : Hire a Taxi, Scooter

12. Ubud Art market

This vibrant marketplace has some curated best handpicks for you to take special Bali memories home. This is a must visit place on your all inclusive Bali honeymoon packages . From lightweight shirts to hand woven handbags, it has everything your partner might love. Ubud is the cultural capital of Bali and this place truly signifies it. From paddy fields to waterfalls, every scenic memory becomes of no match to the surplus shopping memories this place has to offer. Visit the market between 1pm to 4pm to play the best shopping game. Get down the street, hunt your favourite, do some bargaining and take home the best Bali memories.

Location : Jl. Raya Ubud No.35, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia Famous for : Shopping Best time to visit : 1pm to 4pm Best transport option : Hire a taxi, Scooter

13. Campuhan Ridge Walk

Menacing hilltop views, mellow hiking trails, and scenic surrounding vistas is all Campuhan Ridge walk is about. For your hike hunger, this place is unarguably the best place in Bali. Located in the heart of Ubud, this place calms your soul and engages your heart. Make this hike compulsory on your Bali honeymoon packages from India and add this place to your Bali honeymoon - things to do list and you are sorted. The Ubud landscapes are naturally engaging, but this place is just made for the best love walks. The classic honeymoon vibe is caught here and hike through this stunning landscape to leave best memories behind.

Location : Kelusa, Payangan, Jl. Raya Campuhan, Sayan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia Famous for : Rice Terraces, Delicious food and Cultural temples Best time to visit : Early morning or late afternoon Best transport option : Walk or hire a Taxi, Scooter

14. Lovina Beach

This resort area is just louder with high tourist volumes. Else this place has that wet black sands with silent soft waves giving you a quieter place in Bali to explore. Iconic coral reefs and dolphin watching is possible here. Enjoy exotic cuisines and treat yourself to some best Bali spas at top resorts near Lovina Beach. The Banjar hot springs have the best warm water pools and tropical gardens. The beach area is just perfect for your Bali Indonesia honeymoon package . Leave your what to wear in Bali honeymoon question behind and wear what your heart says at Lovina Beach.

Location : Lovina Beach, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Dolphin watching and water sports Best time to visit : All day Best transport option : Shuttle bus or Taxi

15. Ulun Danu Beratan Temple

This iconic temple is what people are usually drawn to after seeing in Bali honeymoon packages brochure. Truly mesmerizing in all aspects, Ulun Danu Beratan temple is the most picturesque place in Bali. This Hindu shrine is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is in the foothills of Bedugul with surreal scenes of Lake Bratan. Sandwiched between the majestic mountain and scenic lake, this place deserves all your selfie attention. Visit this temple in the early mornings to get the best misty scenes and let your Bali packages for couple become special.

Location : Danau Beratan, Candikuning, Kec. Baturiti, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82191, Indonesia Famous for : Temple, Picturesque Lake and Mountain views Best time to visit : 9am to 2pm Best transport option : Hire a scooter/taxi

16. Sekumpul Waterfalls

A Waterfall is the blessing that has been made abundance to nature. This is one of the gorgeous natural waterfalls in Bali. This is a combination of several waterfalls cascading together to appear like the beautiful hair of Rapunzel. Surrounded by lush green bamboo forests, this waterfall gives the perfect moment to click a refresh button to your life. A Bali tour package for couple is a dream to many and being here is that dream come true place. Located in the northern part of Bali, this place is absolutely a visual treat that every honeymooner must witness.

Location : Sekumpul, Sawan, Buleleng Regency, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Cool showers, Swimming and picturesque scenes Best time to visit : Morning hours Best transport option : Hire a Taxi

17. Kuta Beach

With exhausting beaches at Bali, each of them has a separate love story to narrate. Your Bali honeymoon is made special with beach magic. Located near the airport, this place happens to be the right frame to begin your love tale. With the fact that it is easily accessible, everybody’s first place to visit in Bali would be Kuta beach. With an outlook of always being busy, this place is rightly called the mecca of Bali. The sunset and sunrise views here happen to be the right start for your honeymoon journey. Include this place either in the first or last in your Bali honeymoon places to get the best itinerary designed.

Location : Kuta Beach, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Sunset spot, sunset dinner and nightlife Best time to visit : 6pm to 7pm Best transport option : Hire a Taxi, Scooter

18. Handara Gate

This pathway seems to be your gateway to peace. This is definitely an instagram worthy place. Bring along the best camera to capture your best moments here. And if you are a travel vlogger, your thirst for content gets satiated here. A magnificent place with fuller nature components with the best climatic background in the air. Dramatically fantasising is all about this place. Include this place to your Bali customized honeymoon packages and all you need to do is to decorate your present here.

Location : Jl. Raya Singaraja-Denpasar, Pancasari, Kec. Sukasada, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81161, Indonesia Famous for : Picturesque nature, temple, Golf resort Best time to visit : Sunrise time Best transport option : Hire a scooter/taxi

19. Pura Lempuyang Luhur

This is a Balinese Hindu temple located on the slopes of Lempuyang temple. It is one of the oldest temples which is highly regarded in Bali and is rightly called the gates of heaven. Made of seven different sanctuaries, this place is breathtakingly beautiful and surreal and a must visit on your Bali honeymoon package with flight . Surrounded by rich greenery, this temple remains picturesque any day. Bali is home to many temples out of which this temple has its own importance. Bali honeymoon places to visit must surely have this place to get a flavour of what culture and heritage Bali has to offer.

Location : Karangasem Regency, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Temple and picturesque nature Best time to visit : Sunrise and Sunset hours Best transport option : Hire a Scooter/taxi

20. Dream Beach, Nusa Lembongan

This is the most important and favourite spread of powdery sands on the Bali Island. Embrace the beach life here and as the name suggests, this place happens to be the dream for many honeymooners. The majestic limestone cliffs have such romantic tales to offer. Relax and get rejuvenates with your partner here at the Dreamy beach at Nusa Lembongan and enjoy the best Bali resort life here at the Dream beach. Include this in your Bali honeymoon tour packages and get the best out of here on your Bali honeymoon vacation.

Location : Dream Beach, Bali, Indonesia Famous for : Bridge of Love and beach activities Best time to visit : Early morning Best transport option : Hire a scooter

21. La Laguna Sunday Market, Canggu

Canggu is one of the best places to visit in Bali. Right from delicious cuisines to handmade bags to handpicked jewellery to home decors, you will be able to find almost anything that is perfect for you to remember Bali in every corner of your house. There are about 5 popular markets in Canggu. This definitely is one of the best to visit on your Bali Indonesia honeymoon packages . Out of this, the La Laguna Sunday Market is that perfect place to purchase organic soaps and handmade jewellery and clothes. A Sunday evening is perfect for some shopping and live music.

22. Ocean swing at Hotel Ombak Sunset, Gili Islands

This is one of the most iconic things to do in Bali. If you see anyone posting swing pictures from Bali, understand it is from Gili Islands. They not just make your instagram pictures amazing, but also happen to be the most popular things to do in Bali. Your Bali honeymoon packages from India should definitely have this in the list since this is exclusively a Bali thing! Located in sunset beaches amongst restaurants and bars, this could be a complete fun infused entertainment experience. Try not to miss this in your Bali packages .

Location : Gili Trawangan, Dusun Gili Trawangan Indah, Gili Indah, Pemenang, Kabupaten Lombok Utara, Nusa Tenggara Bar. 83355, Indonesia Famous for : Scenery, Swing, Restaurants and bars Best time to visit : Sunset hours Best transport option : Hire a Scooter

23. Bask Nest Underwater Statues, Gili Meno

The stunningly beautiful sculpture is present underwater which is reachable with a short swim. Located just 4 meters from the sea surface, this piece of man made reef below water hits the love for your art differently. About 48 pieces of man sized sculptures are interlocked with one another signifying the formation of many marine life forms which consider this place as a habitat to grow. These eco-supporting sculptures if present on land wouldn't have so much attention. The underwater presence is what adds thrill to the adventure it already is. Include this in your India to Bali honeymoon package to remember this for a lifetime. This place is like that favourite dessert to your Bali honeymoon things to do hunger.

Location : Sea, Bali 83352, Indonesia Famous for : Underwater statues Best time to visit : Before 9am or after 5pm Best transport option : Hire a Scooter

24. Boga shipwreck, Karangasem

This place has been a new destination since 2012. The Boga is a ship that sank in September 2012 in Kubu beach. This was done for the sole purpose of creating a new marine hotspot. With growing demand for dive destinations, this place is becoming increasingly popular among couples. Make your Bali honeymoon couple package interesting with this place. Include this place in your list of best Bali honeymoon destination and your itinerary will never go wrong with this place.

Location : Amed, Jl. Raya Amed No.10, Purwakarta, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852 Famous for : Dive destination Best time to visit : 8am to 8pm Best transport option : Hire a Taxi/Scooter

25. Tirta Gangga Water Palace, Karangasem

This luxuriously decorated water garden is located in the East of Bali. Surrounded by beautiful green gardens, this place sprawls over 1.2 hectares. The crystal clear water and the greener gardens make this place absolutely a must visit to recover you from beach and hike sickness. Tirta Gangga Water Palace is definitely an arbitrator to your beach or mountain argument. If you happen to book Bali honeymoon package from India , this place should definitely make into your itinerary.

Location : Jalan Raya Abang Desa Adat, Ababi, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852, Indonesia Famous for : Gardens and water palace Best time to visit : 7am to 9pm Best transport option : Hire a Cab/Scooter

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Frequently Asked Questions about Bali Honeymoon

How much would a Bali honeymoon package cost?

A Bali honeymoon package price is generally dependent on the duration of your stay, your accommodation, places you choose to visit, the activities you prefer to do, the season you pick and the mode of transportation you opt for. However, an average of INR 50,000 per person Bali honeymoon package cost is essential for you to have a basic feel good honeymoon in Bali.

Is Bali good for a honeymoon?

Bali is one of the most ideal destinations for a honeymoon with your partner. With best attractions from exotic beach life, luxurious resort stays, exhaustive activities and scrumptious food to surreal climate, pleasing vegetation and picturesque places, Bali has an extensive range of options for you to explore from affordable to lavish Bali honeymoon packages. Hence considering all the above options, Bali is one of the best places to visit for your honeymoon.

Is Bali cheap for Indians?

The beauty about Bali is that it can be customised according to your own budget and place to visit. How expensive the Bali packages are, you can still hop on the best deals during the off season and get your honeymoon done at affordable prices. The honeymoon romantic Bali Indonesia is made for everybody. Pre Book your flights and get your favourite activities decided well before to save some huge money. With an average of INR 50,000 to 55,000; you could make the best memories in your Bali honeymoon.

What is the year round climate in Bali?

For the fact that Bali is located near the equator, this place enjoys a warm climate that is enjoyable throughout the year. With an average temperature of 26 to 29 degree celsius, Bali is most desirable to visit all round the year. The water temperature is very pleasant throughout the year, making you enjoy the best beach life at Bali. Plan your honeymoon Bali tourism in July and August to experience the best sunshine days of Bali.

How to plan a honeymoon trip to bali?

First and foremost to plan for your honeymoon in bali must be the stay - book your stay at a 5-star hotel or a luxury villa with a private pool to make it extra special with your partner. Also include to your Bali honeymoon itinerary, a traditional Bali couple spa, some time shopping trinkets at Ubud Art Market or Seminyak, dinner in a beach club with aesthetic lighting and lovely music.

How much is a honeymoon in Bali?

A Bali honeymoon package price depends on the kind of accommodation you want to book, the places you wish to cover and also the duration of your stay. A 6 day Bali honeymoon with a luxury villa accommodation or accommodation at a 5-star hotel should cost about Rs.45000 per person. If you are planning a longer stay, accommodation cost would increase accordingly.

What is the ideal duration for a Bali honeymoon

6 - 7 days is a good time to explore Bali and its various islands. Over your 7 days stay you can enjoy the various Bali beaches, shopping, sunsets, nightlife, temples, and much more.

When is the best time to visit Bali for honeymoon?

Bali can be visited all year around. However, the weather in Bali is at its best during the months from July - September making it one of the best seasons to visit for honeymoon.

What are the popular water sports in Bali for honeymoon couples?

  • Flyboarding
  • White-Water Rafting
  • Scuba Diving
  • Banana boat rides
  • Jetpack rides
  • Sea Walking
  • Kite Surfing
  • Parasailing

What are the best things to do for couples in Bali?

  • Witnessing a gorgeous sunset at Uluwatu Temple while watching a riveting Kecak performance
  • Visiting the stunningly beautiful Broken beach in Nusa Penida
  • Enjoying a couple swing with Tegenungan Waterfalls as a backdrop
  • Taking a stroll down the lush greenery of Jatiluwih Rice Terraces
  • Snorkelling at Menjangan Island
  • A Sunrise trek of Mount Batur for panoramic views that are absolutely breathtaking
  • Party hard at the beach clubs of Seminyak - Potato Head Beach Club
  • Enjoy candle light dinner at one of the many restaurants at Jimbaran Bay

What are the best places to stay during a Bali honeymoon?

Following are the best resorts to stay in during your Bali tour package for couple from India:

  • Four Seasons Resort, Sayan, Bali
  • COMO Uma, Canggu
  • Alila Villas, Uluwatu
  • Viceroy, Bali
  • W Bali, Seminyak

What are the best beaches to visit on a Bali honeymoon trip?

Following are some of the best beaches worth visiting in Bali during your honeymoon:-

  • Jimbaran Beach
  • Kubu Beach Ayana Resort
  • Balangan Beach
  • Bingin Beach, Pecatu
  • Suluban Beach, Uluwatu

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7 Day Bali Itinerary: How to Spend One Perfect Week in Bali

Tyler Last updated: February 6, 2024 Indonesia Leave a Comment

One Week Bali Itinerary Indonesia

With one week in Bali, you have just enough time to visit the highlights, day trip out to Nusa Penida island, explore Ubud, visit a few temples, and go surfing at one of many spectacular beaches on the island. On this 7 day Bali itinerary, we cover everything you need to know to plan your perfect visit to this beautiful country.

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Overview of Bali

Bali is one of over 17,500 islands that make up the archipelagos of Indonesia, but it may be the most famous. It’s the only island in Indonesia that is primarily Hindu and is an excellent hub of culture and adventure.

Up north in Bedugul, you’ll travel off-the-beaten-path and hunt for the island’s best waterfalls, such as Banyumala and Sekumpul. The town itself is situated between several lakes that rest under looming peaks. Travel up here for some spectacular views!

To the east, admire the stunning peaks of Mount Batur and Mount Agung. Swing by some of the most prominent Hindu temples such as Besakih Great Temple, Tirta Gangga, and Pura Lempuyang.

Central Bali is the perfect spot to unwind and take everything in. Here you’ll explore vast rice fields such as Tegallalang and the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, wander through the town of Ubud , and visit the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary.

Southern Bali features the best beaches on the island, such as Balangan Beach, Uluwatu Beach, and Melasti Beach . Don’t forget to enjoy coastal views at Uluwatu Temple.

Nusa Penida is a smaller island accessible via a 45 minute long ferry. Making the time to visit Kelingking Beach, Broken Beach, and Diamond Beach is well worth it.

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary Ubud | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Ubud

Best Things to Do in Bali in 7 Days

Here is a list of the best things to do in Bali if you only have 7 days. For a longer list of things to do, check out our Bali Bucket List.

  • Visit the Ulutwatu beaches
  • Uluwatu Temple
  • Tanah Lot Temple
  • Day trip to Nusa Penida
  • Sunset dinner on the beach
  • Visit the Tegallalang and/or Jatiluwih rice terraces
  • Besakih Great Temple
  • Pura Lempuyang and the Gate of Heaven
  • Aling-Aling Waterfall
  • Spend some time in Ubud
  • Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary
  • Mount Batur sunrise hike

7 Day Bali Itinerary

This itinerary is very similar to our 5 Day Bali Itinerary, with some days having the same schedule. With the two extra days, this itinerary includes a day trip out to Nusa Penida Island and another day to explore East Bali.

Day 1: Arrive in Uluwatu Day 2: Southern Beaches Day 3: Nusa Penida Day 4: Ubud Day 5: East Bali Day 6: North Balinese Highlands Day 7: Ubud & Fly Home

About This Itinerary

When planning my trip, I found a lot of visitors travel to Bali for about 5 to 7 days. Given the large array of things to see and the island’s long travel times, it is best to spend as much as you can in Bali. If you have more than a week, don’t miss our 10 Day Bali Itinerary.

This itinerary is designed for those traveling Bali with a private driver or rented car/motorbike. These are the best methods of island transport that guarantee you a sense of freedom and safety to see the sites at your own pace.

Due to the new policy passed by Bali’s governor banning tourist mountain activity, the Mount Batur sunrise hike is an optional activity on this itinerary. The policy has been stated to be in permanent effect, but it has not been enforced, and at the time that we are publishing this itinerary, guided hikes of Mount Batur are still being offered. However, this could change at any time, which is why we are listing it as “optional.”

If your trip coincides with the Balinese New Year, which occurs in March, learn what to expect on Nyepi Day.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 1

Arrive in Uluwatu

To maximize your time today, plan to land in Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar – DPS) in the morning. Depending on when your flight lands, you may have limited time today. I flew into Denpasar from Sydney, landing around 12:00pm. This is a very light day to get adjusted, so a late landing won’t cause you to miss anything important.

It took a little over an hour to grab our bags and go through customs. From here, drive to your stay in Uluwatu (about 1 hour drive).

Afternoon in Uluwatu

There are numerous beaches in the area that are all worth your time to visit, such as Thomas Beach, Bingin Beach or Dreamland Beach. Depending on your accommodation, you may be situated on one of these. After unpacking, you have the choice to drive out to a nearby beach (about a 5 to 15 minute drive) or unwind at your hotel. The choice is yours.

Aerial view of Bingin Beach

Aerial view of Bingin Beach | pierrick

Dinner at Bingin Beach

What better way to enjoy a welcome to Bali than with a tasty sunset dinner on the beach. For a well-priced meal on the beach, visit Lucky Fish Lounge. For a live music venue that’s a little bit pricey but well worth it, try El Kabron. Both get excellent reviews and will provide a pleasant end to your first day.

Where to Stay in Uluwatu

LUXURY: Jumeirah Bali. For the ultimate in luxury, look no farther than uameirah Bali. Rooms range from ocean villas with private pools to two bedroom villas that come with a butler service and complimentary airport transfers. There is an onsite restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, and fitness center.

UPSCALE: The Bingin Beach Villas’ Private Villas. Rooms are two and three bedroom private villas, some with their own private pool. There is an outdoor swimming pool and all rooms come with a kitchen and balcony. Some villas can accommodate up to 6 people, making this a great choice for families.

UPSCALE: Hari Indah Boutique Hotel & Spa. This bed and breakfast has an outdoor pool and onsite restaurant. It is beautifully decorated and multiple guests call it a “hidden gem” in the reviews. This property gets near perfect reviews on

MID-RANGE: The Elementum. Located in Bingin, this 3-star boutique hotel gets exceptional reviews. Rooms are double rooms and some have a sea view. The property has a pool and onsite restaurant.

MID-RANGE: Mule Malu Tropical Stay. This gorgeous hotel is located near Bingin and Dreamland beaches. Rooms are spacious and some have a view of the pool. Bathrooms are open-air and rooms are air conditioned.

MID-RANGE: Kalia Bingin – Adult Only. If you like the idea of staying in an adult only hotel, this one is a great option. Take your pick from double and quadruple rooms, all of which are very spacious and well decorated.

BUDGET: Teges Asri by Bukit Vista. This 2-star hotel is located in Bingin. It comes with a pool and offers free parking. All rooms have a private bathroom. Rooms can accommodate up to two people.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 2

Uluwatu, Balangan, Nusa Dua, and Melasti Beach

What better way to start your first full day in Bali than by soaking in the sun at some of the best beaches on the island?

Today is arguably the lightest day in the remaining itinerary, and the most flexible. There are 4 beaches to visit today, each with plenty of time to enjoy their unique charm. If one beach catches your eye more than others, you have the flexibility to modify this schedule and spend more time there or remove your least-favorite beach altogether.

9:00 am: Surf at Balangan Beach 12:00 pm: Nusa Dua Beach 3:00 pm: Melasti Beach 4:30 pm: Uluwatu Temple 6:00 pm: Uluwatu Beach for a sunset dinner

9:00 am: Surf at Balangan Beach

The first time I visited Bali back in 2015, I spent a week in Seminyak. Expecting a beautiful white sand beach, I was disappointed to see it run down and covered in trash.

8 years later, I finally found what I was looking for. Balangan beach is stunning. It’s much more secluded and lesser known, giving it some charm. The golden sand beach is nestled at the bottom of a short cliff, with parking lots located close above. Go for a swim in the pristine water, then unwind under an umbrella and sip a cocktail.

Balangan Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Balangan Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

I spent hours here surfing the waves and had a perfect day for it. Swells at Balangan are solid all year-round and can be surfed by those of all skill levels. Larger swells will hit the western shores in Bali’s dry season (May through September). It’s then that waves are perfect for intermediate and advanced surfers, but beginners should take caution.

I found that the waves were excellent for beginners during the tail end of Bali’s wet season (November – April). A few hours at Balangan beach may end up being the highlight of your trip.

12:00 pm: Lunch at Nusa Dua Beach

Roughly an hour’s drive from Balangan Beach, Nusa Dua is a secluded paradise surrounded by luxury resorts and restaurants. Here you’ll find a long, wide stretch of golden sand and calm turquoise waters that go miles up the coast.

If choosing to eat lunch here, I recommend Sateria Beachfront or Ikan Restaurant . Looking to grab a nice drink? Try Kulkul Beach House . All restaurants are located right on the beach, some of which being on resort property. Due to location, meals are a bit pricey for Balinese standards, but much cheaper than Western standards. For example, an entrée at Ikan Restaurant costs roughly 150K IDR, or $10.

3:00 pm: Melasti Beach

Looking for a beautiful, lesser-known beach with golden sands and turquoise waters? Look no further than Melasti Beach, located on Bali’s southern shores.

This beach is perfect for a swim, where you’re treated to beautiful views of the surrounding limestone cliffs. While here, take a quick 5 minute walk out to Bali’s southernmost point!

Melasti Beach is roughly a 40 minute drive from Balangan Beach, Nusa Dua Beach, and Uluwatu Temple. This makes it very easy to reach from any location on today’s itinerary.

Melasti Beach

Melasti Beach | Olexandr Taranukhin/

4:30 pm: Uluwatu Temple

This Balinese Hindu temple provides scenic views of the surrounding cliffs and is also an excellent hub of unexpected entertainment. The temple is perched atop a cliff that overlooks the southwestern shores, making for some incredible views.

Uluwatu Temple | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Uluwatu Temple | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

The main attraction for me, however, were the monkeys that roamed the temple. These guys were surprisingly bold, stealing hats and sunglasses right off visitors’ heads! Luckily, the monkeys are more curious than aggressive, so keep a tight grip on your belongings here.

You cannot enter the very top of the temple unless for prayer. I learned that the shots I saw online of the temple were all via drone, which is now banned. Instead of grabbing the perfect shot of the temple, I instead admired the coastline and watched the monkeys wreak havoc on unsuspecting tourists

You will receive a sarong with your entry ticket, which is required at the temple. The temple also hosts a Kecak dance performance daily at 6pm (150K IDR per adult). It took me an hour to visit Uluwatu temple, not including the dance. If you are interested in watching the performance, be prepared to allocate more time here and have a late dinner.

Hours: 7am-7pm Cost: Adult 50K IDR, Child 30K IDR

6:00 pm: Sunset Dinner at Uluwatu Beach

Only a 10-minute drive from Uluwatu Temple, Uluwatu Beach is the perfect spot for a sunset dinner. From great restaurants, stunning views, and fantastic surf, Uluwatu Beach has it all. The cliffside is terraced with restaurants and shops that overlook the water below. Wander the paths, shop at a few vendor stalls, and enjoy the secluded beach that rests below.

Uluwatu Beach is world-famous for surfing. The region hosts fantastic reef-breaks that are flocked by experienced surfers worldwide. At the base of the cliffs lies the beach (also known as Blue Point Beach) where surfers can begin their paddle-out. For beachgoers, this cove opens up at low tide for people to sunbathe.

Uluwatu Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Uluwatu Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Singlefin | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Single Fin restaurant | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Expect to spend about 2-3 hours here. I spent my time here soaking up the views at Single Fin, a restaurant located at the top of the cliffside. I enjoyed my time watching the surfers and relishing the moment. We ate lunch here and did not need a reservation. However, it was still pretty busy and for dinner, I would recommend booking in advance. You can make a reservation here.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 3

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida is a smaller island located directly offshore from Bali. Its exotic nature, beautiful beaches and cliffs are much quieter than Bali, and in my opinion, they’re also more beautiful.

About Nusa Penida

There are several key locations to visit on Nusa Penida, including Kelingking Beach, Broken Beach , and Diamond Beach . Not only are the beaches scenic, but Nusa Penida also offers some of the best snorkeling in the Bali region.

The island is generally broken up into the west and east sides, taking about 2 hours to drive between each.

The most popular way to visit Nusa Penida is with a pre-booked tour. The day tours you’ll find only encompass either the west or east side.

If you want to experience the full thing, you’ll have to stay overnight. Nusa Penida is a lot less dense than Bali in terms of population, although you’ll still find a good range of accommodation. A few of the Airbnb’s I’ve seen are absolutely beautiful.

Visiting Nusa Penida

There are two ways to tour Nusa Penida: with a guide and on your own. Most tourists prefer to book a day tour that includes a guide and transportation (both to & from the island, as well as on Nusa Penida).  Alternatively, you can hire a private driver to take you around Nusa Penida. There are also multi-day tours that you can book if you’d like to explore both the west and east sides of the island. Solo travel to Nusa Penida has also become more popular recently, with many travelers booking an overnight stay on the island.

The only way to get to Nusa Penida from Bali is via a 45 minute long ferry. The ferry departs from Sanur Beach, located 45 minutes from Ubud. You can visit Nusa Penida on your own, but I’d recommend booking a tour if you’re planning on day tripping. It’s a bit more expensive but eliminates a ton of unwanted hassle.

I booked with Four Elements and had a wonderful experience. They provided transportation from our resort to & from the Sanur harbor, as well as a guide that drove us around the western side of Nusa Penida.

The western side of Nusa Penida is a bit more popular and very beautiful. For that reason, this 7 Day Bali Itinerary will include a day trip out to Nusa Penida’s western coast. If booking with Four Elements, this is the schedule you’ll roughly be following for the day.

8:00 am: Arrive at Sanur Harbor (hour drive from Uluwatu) 9:30 am: Get off ferry at Nusa Penida 10:30 am: Broken Beach & Angel’s Billabong 12:15 pm: Kelingking Beach 1:30 pm: Lunch 3:30 pm: Depart Nusa Penida Island 5:30 pm: Dinner in Uluwatu

8:00 am: Arrive in Sanur Harbor

It’s an early morning today. It takes a little over one hour to drive to Sanur from Uluwatu, so expect to leave your accommodation around 7am. Once at the harbor, buy your ferry tickets if traveling solo. If you’ve booked a tour, ferry tickets should be provided to you.

The ferry takes 45 minutes to reach Nusa Penida. The waves can be choppy depending on the weather, so if you’re prone to seasickness I recommend taking medicine before boarding. They ensure that every seat on the ferry is filled, so it’ll be a bit of a tight ride over.

9:30 am: Arrive on Nusa Penida

If you’ve booked a tour, keep an eye out for the driver that’s provided. He/she will be your guide for the day while on Nusa Penida. If you’re traveling solo, there will be places to rent motorbikes for the duration of your trip.

10:30 am: Broken Beach & Angel’s Billabong

The first stop on your trip, these two are located within walking distance of each other, about an hour down the coast from the harbor.

At Broken Beach you’ll find a short cliffside walk where you can admire the beach itself, the surrounding cliffs, and a natural arch. You may even find a group of snorkelers in the water below. You cannot reach the beach on this trail; the only way is via a boat.

Broken Beach

Broken Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Angel’s Billabong is a small rock formation just a few minutes’ walk from Broken Beach. Essentially, it’s a tiny pool of water surrounded by jagged rock walls that sits above sea level (depending on the tide). Personally, I didn’t see much appeal here, especially in comparison with Broken Beach.

12:15 pm: Kelingking Beach

In my opinion, Kelingking Beach is the most scenic beach in the region, more so than any of the beaches in Bali. When visiting it felt as if I’d been transported back to Krabi, Thailand. If that’s not reason enough to make the trip, I don’t know what is.

The beach is encompassed by a formation of sheer limestone cliffs that drop off into the water below. At Kelingking Beach, visitors can walk down the picturesque steps to the beach below. It is a long walk, so make sure you bring some water on a hot day. Once at the bottom, take a dip in the ocean and unwind.

Nusa Penida Bali | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Kelingking Beach | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

1:30 pm: Lunch

For those traveling on a pre-booked tour, lunch should be included in your schedule. Your guide will take you to a nearby restaurant where you can enjoy some delicious Balinese food. This also marked the final stop on my Nusa Penida tour.

3:30 pm: Depart Nusa Penida

Be prepared for a hot ferry ride back. The ferry I took didn’t have any cooling systems in the cabin, so due to the Bali heat the inside of my ferry turned into a furnace. The only thing keeping me sane as I sweat profusely was the window that was slightly open next to me. As we crested a large wave, a small amount of ocean spray would shoot through and cool me off.

5:30 pm: Dinner

Once back in Uluwatu, the rest of the evening is yours. Relax at your resort or head out to a nearby beach to grab dinner.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 4

Tegallalang, Tirta Empul, Ubud

Today you’ll complete the 2 hour drive between Uluwatu and Ubud and spend the first half of your day at 2 extraordinary sites. The rest of the day is yours.

8:00 am: Depart from Uluwatu 10:15 am: Tegallalang Rice Terraces 11:45 am: Tirta Empul 1:15 pm: Lunch in Ubud

8:00 am: Depart from Uluwatu

There’s a good amount to see today, so you’ll want to make sure you’re up and at ‘em early. It’s a little over 2 hours to reach Tegallalang, so for now just enjoy the views on your drive up.

10:15 am: Tegallalang Rice Terraces

The rice terraces at Tegallalang may be one of the most picturesque spots on the island. When planning a trip to Bali, a trip is incomplete without a view of this terraced valley. I visited at the late end of the rainy season in March, so everything had a lush green color, and the rice plants were in full bloom.

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

Tegallalang Rice Terraces | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

There are plenty of different areas of Tegallalang that are worth your visit. There are several Bali swings located within the rice terraces that we recommend checking out. It’s here that you can recreate the iconic photo showing someone swinging out over the jungle. 

Bali Swing | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Look for the “I love Bali” sign, it’s hard to miss and a popular swing sits right by there. Visitors are also welcome to wander this UNESCO site at their own leisure and may have to pay tiny entrance fees that go towards supporting the local infrastructure.

If you’re looking for the perfect photo, the best time to photograph Tegalalang is in the early morning. You’ll have soft lighting that will help make your photos pop. If you’d like to arrive at Tegalalang earlier in the morning, shift everything in this day’s schedule back a few hours. Just be prepared for a very early wake-up.

Hours: 7am-6pm Cost: 25K IDR

Optional: Cretya Ubud

Want more time here? Take a short 2 minute drive down to Cretya Ubud. This restaurant/bar is perched atop the rice terraces, giving guests a stunning view of Tegallalang. They have several infinity pools that guests can enjoy, as well as a DJ that performs daily. Grab breakfast and maybe a cheeky drink to go along with it. Relax, you’re in Bali. A breakfast entrée costs roughly 95K, or $6.

This itinerary does not factor in time at Cretya Ubud. If you’d like to unwind here for an hour or two, make sure to adjust your schedule appropriately.

Hours: 8am-9pm Learn more here.

11:45 am: Tirta Empul

Tirta Empul is a sacred Hindu Balinese water temple located only a few miles from Tegallalang. The main draw of this temple is its pools of holy water and spiritual influence. Visitors will travel to bathe in the water, taking part in a cleansing ritual for self-purification. Whether you’re an active practitioner or not, anyone is welcome within these pools.

Tirta Empul | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Tirta Empul | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

The temple itself isn’t very large and may only take you five minutes to wander the full thing. Your length of stay will be determined by your choice to take part in the purification ritual. If interested in entering the pools (which is something we strongly recommend), there are sarongs to rent at the temple for 10K IDR. I spent an hour here and found bathing in the pools to be one of the most unique travel experiences I’ve had.

Hours: 8am – 6pm Cost: 50K IDR, 10K extra for a sarong

Tirta Empul Koi Pond

1:30 pm: Lunch and Afternoon in Ubud

From Tirta Empul, continue to Ubud, have lunch in town, and get settled into your hotel. The rest of the afternoon is free. Use this time to go shopping, and relax at your hotel or resort.

Shopping in Bali

Shopping in Ubud | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Where to Stay in Ubud

LUXURY: The Kayon Valley Resort. This 5-star resort is located on the outskirts of Ubud. Each room is a villa that has its own private pool and views of the surrounding forest.

LUXURY: Royal Kamuela Villas & Suites at Monkey Forest Ubud. This property has an excellent location near the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Take your pick from a one-bedroom villa with a private pool or a large suite that overlooks the hotel pool.

UPSCALE: Kastara Resort. This property gets nothing but wonderful reviews. All rooms are air conditioned and come with a balcony and/or pool with a view of the tropical forest. This resort also has an infinity pool and bar.

MID-RANGE: Ranggen Ubud. Located in Ubud’s city center, it is just a short walk to the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, shopping, and restaurants. This boutique hotel gets exceptional reviews. All rooms are double rooms and are air conditioned and have a balcony. This is one of our top picks if you want to stay in the heart of Ubud.

MID-RANGE: Angsoka Bungalow. This boutique hotel is located outside of the city center (about a 15 minute drive). But what you get is a Balinese-style hotel with an infinity pool that has views of the surrounding forest. This is one of the highest rated hotels in Ubud.

MID RANGE: Gayatri. This hotel has it all: an excellent location in Ubud, rave reviews and a gorgeous pool. It’s another great pick if you want to stay in the heart of Ubud. Some rooms accommodate up to 4 people, making this a nice choice for families.

BUDGET: Puri Garden Hotel & Hostel. This is where I stayed in Ubud and had a fantastic experience. Rooms range from dormitory style rooms to private double rooms. There is a large common area centered around a pool and gardens. This hotel has an awesome location in the Ubud city center.

BUDGET: Ubud Rice Field House. This hostel has a great location in Ubud. Relax by the picturesque infinity pool and enjoy the breakfast, which prior guests rave about.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 5

Besakih Great Temple, Tirta Gangga, Pura Lempuyang

Today features three major Balinese Hindu sites, all spread out over the eastern side of the island. This schedule is built around seeing Pura Lempuyang at sunset. If you’d like to see it at sunrise to avoid the crowds, complete today’s itinerary in reverse order.

12:30 pm: Besakih Great Temple 2:30 pm: Tirta Gangga 3:30 pm: Pura Lempuyang

Optional: Mount Batur Sunrise Hike

If you want to do the Mount Batur sunrise hike, this is the best day to do it, since the day has a late start. The Mount Batur sunrise hike has an extremely early wake up, since you have to drive to the base of Mount Batur and hike to its summit in time for sunrise.

Mount Batur Sunrise Hike | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Mount Batur Sunrise Hike | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

To do this hike, your pick up time by your tour operator will be around 2:30 am (that is not a typo). The hike takes 3 to 4 hours, so you’ll finish up mid-morning, which gives you plenty of time to start the itinerary below.

Again, because of the recent Bali ban, there is a chance that hiking tours could be cancelled in the future, so you will need to keep in touch with your tour operator in the days and weeks leading up to your hike.

For full details about the hike and recommended tour operators, take a look at our Guide to the Mount Batur Sunrise Hike.

12:30 pm: Besakih Great Temple

Besakih is the largest Balinese Hindu temple on the island. It’s a giant complex of smaller shrines and temples that can only be described as impressive. Besakih is also the oldest and holiest temple on the island, rightfully being nicknamed “The Mother Temple”. Located near Mount Agung, the highest peak in Bali, you are treated to spectacular views of the volcano and surrounding countryside.

Besakih Temple | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Besakih Temple | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Besakih Great Temple takes roughly one hour to explore.

Hours: 8am-6pm Cost: 60K IDR

2:30 pm: Tirta Gangga

The water gardens at Tirta Gangga are a unique spectacle that is almost always flocked by tourists. The former palace-turned-sanctuary is famous for its array of fountains and stepping stones which have caught the eye of photographers over the past couple years.

When I visited in March of 2023, I found it to be packed with hundreds of visitors all attempting to get their perfect photo. The only problem was that practically every stepping stone was occupied by someone, making it impossible to grab a half-decent shot.

Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Tirta Gangga

Although it can be considered a tourist trap, a visit to Tirta Gangga may still be worth it for you. It’s a beautiful sanctuary that is also conveniently located near both Besakih Great Temple and Pura Lempuyang. The site is located near the eastern shores of Bali and a short drive from the base of Mount Agung. A quick 30-minute visit is perfect for Tirta Gangga.

Hours: 8am-5pm Cost: 50K IDR

3:30 pm: Pura Lempuyang

Chances are you may have seen a photo of the “Gate of Heaven” while planning your trip to Bali. The gate at Pura Lempuyang is one of the most photographed spots on the island and has become extremely popular to visit over the last decade.

On a clear day, you can see Mount Agung framed within the gate, and in some photos, you’ll see a reflective pool that adds a mystical vibrance. There are some issues to be wary of when visiting Pura Lempuyang. For starters, it has been heavily over-touristed and hundreds travel up the mountainside everyday to grab their photos.

When you reach the gate, you’ll be given a number that corresponds to your queue position. Chances are you’ll find a large courtyard full of people waiting in line and a local photographer aimed at the gate. Remember the reflective pool you may have seen in photos? That’s actually a clever trick with a mirror that the hired photographer uses.

Expect a looooong wait for your photos!! Wait times are generally 2-3 hours long, and yes, this is normal. When I visited at this time in March, I had over 100 people ahead of me in line! I decided not to wait for my own photo, instead snapping a photo of the gate while groups were in transition.

The gate itself is beautiful, and I believe it’s worth driving out here just to admire the view. If you’re like me and waiting around for 3 hours for a photo sounds like hell, this will be a quick visit. For those that are more patient and really want their photo at the gate, expect to spend 3 hours at Pura Lempuyang.

Photos are best at sunset, so if you arrive at 3:30 pm you may get the perfect shot. At 5 pm they don’t allow any new visitors to arrive at the temple, but those already in queue can stay.

Pura Lempuyang | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

The Gate of Heaven | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

There is a large carpark at the base of the temple. From here, you’ll ride a shuttle up to Pura Lempuyang and purchase your entry tickets. You cannot drive your own vehicle up to the temple, you must take the shuttle or walk (it’s a steep 40 minute uphill walk). Your entry ticket will include a sarong that you must wear on temple grounds.

Hours: 7am – 5pm Cost: 45K IDR (shuttle) & 55K IDR (entry) Website: Get updated hours and pricing on the official website.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 6

Ulun Danu, Banyumala Waterfall, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Today you’ll travel up into the northern highlands of Bali. Visiting temples, waterfalls, and rice terraces, today could be the perfect “One Day in Bali Itinerary.”

8:00 am: Depart from Ubud 9:30 am: Ulun Danu 10:25 am: Handara Gate 11:00 am: Banyumala Waterfall 12:45 pm: Lunch OR Aling-Aling Waterfall 3:30 pm: Jatiluwih Rice Terraces 6:00 pm: Dinner & Drinks in Ubud

9:30 am: Ulun Danu

This picturesque temple sits right on top of Lake Beratan. Situated right off the main road, Ulun Danu is very easy to reach and well worth your time. You get stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountainside. There is also a small park and other minor temples situated within the campus, allowing you to make the most of your money.

Ulun Danu Beratan | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Ulun Danu | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

It takes an hour and a half to drive to Ulun Danu from Ubud. Ulun Danu is beautiful to see in the early morning glow, so if you’re willing to get here earlier, adjust today’s schedule appropriately.

Hours: 7am – 7pm Cost: 75K IDR

10:25 am: Handara Gate

Flocked by thousands of tourists every year, Handara Gate has become a bit of a tourist trap. The gate is iconic, but when I visited in late March, I found a very slow moving line of people waiting to get their photo taken. After waiting in line for over 30 minutes, I quickly snapped my photos before moving on.

Handara Gate

Handara Gate | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

I found that the gate was a lot more underwhelming than it appeared in the photos. However, the gate is directly enroute from Ulun Danu, so it’s worth parking and admiring for a few minutes. There is also an employee that can snap your photo if you do not have your own camera or are traveling solo. I still recommend checking it out but beware of the crowds. I arrived around sunset, which is when the gate may be most crowded. In the late morning, crowds should be at a minimum.

Cost: 30K IDR

11:00 am: Banyumala Twin Waterfall

I love Banyumala Waterfall. Visiting Banyumala was one of my favorite experiences on the island.

Towering at a height of roughly 26 meters, this waterfall is both impressive and one of the best instagrammable spots in Bali. It’s not as popular as some of the other nearby falls, so you may have the entire place to yourself.

Banyumala is also two waterfalls that converge in the same pool. Talk about a great spot for a swim!

Banyumala Waterfall Bali

Banyumala Waterfall | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Tyler Waterfall | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

There is a small parking lot that’s a 10 minute walk to the actual falls. On the way you’ll pass a small concession stand where you can pay the entry fee. Further on is a steep staircase down to the falls which can be slippery when wet. I arrived at 9 am and had the entire place to myself. Even in the late morning, you may only see a handful of people here.

There is also a small dirt trail that takes you to a secluded lower waterfall. This one is equally as impressive with its terraced structure and has a small swimming pool. It’s a 2-minute walk from the twin waterfalls. 

Hours: 8am-6pm Cost: 25K IDR

12:30 pm: Lunch or Aling-Aling Waterfall

Based on how the sites are located, you won’t be able to visit another waterfall without sacrificing time for lunch. Alternatively, if you are dying to experience Aling-Aling but also want to sit and grab a bite, you’d have to leave Ubud earlier than 8am. It’s totally possible but be prepared for a longer day. In my opinion, it’s 100% worth the early wake-up.

Option 1: Lunch

Grab lunch in Bedugul. If traveling with a private driver, ask them if they have any restaurant recommendations.

Option 2: Aling-Aling Waterfall

As an adrenaline junkie, the Aling-Aling Waterfalls were my favorite experience throughout my time in Bali. This spot is more like an adventure park, featuring three cliff jumps of various heights and a waterfall slide. For all the jumps there is a tiny ledge for daring visitors to jump off from, and below lies a deep pool of water.

Aling Aling Waterfall Slide

Kroya waterfall slide

Aling Aling Waterfall

Kembar waterfall

Both the waterfall slide and cliff jumps are perfectly safe. Upon entry, you’ll hire a guide that will show you around the area and assist you on the waterfall slide. Our guide was fantastic, and this wouldn’t have been my favorite experience if it weren’t for him. Life jackets are provided for the waterfall slide to you protect your back.

Aling-Aling was such an epic experience that I recommend anyone to make the time to visit. Even if you don’t consider yourself an adrenaline junkie, there is still plenty of fun to be had. Learn more in our Guide to the Aling-Aling Waterfalls.

Hours: 8am – 5pm Cost: 125K IDR (includes guide, which is required)

3:30 pm: Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Located in central Bali, the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces may be one of the most scenic locations on the entire island. Massive rice fields stretch out for as far as the eye can see, framed by several of Bali’s largest volcanoes in the background. Jatiluwih is an underrated site that doesn’t get a lot of attention from tourists, which I found shocking due to its stunning beauty.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces | Edmund Lowe Photography/

The best time to visit is from February to April as the rice stalks will be in full bloom. While here, soak in the views and wander the fields. The area is so expansive that you could spend hours hiking.

A visit to Jatiluwih Rice Terraces could last anywhere from 1 to 3 hours. Spend time wandering the fields and stick around for golden hour to capture some sweet pictures.

Hours: 8am-6pm Cost: 40K IDR

6:00 pm: Dinner & Drinks in Ubud

Read the “Where to Eat in Ubud” for dinner recommendations for tonight. I recommend Divya Bar, where you can enjoy a meal and a drink on their rooftop bar. If you want to barhop, there are two other solid rooftop bars across the street, Sami Warung and Mozzarella.

7 Day Bali Itinerary: Day 7

Exploring Ubud, Tanah Lot, Fly Home

Today is broken into 2 segments: time in Ubud, and your drive between Ubud and the airport. You’ll visit 2 major attractions as well as enjoy 2 less-touristy experiences. If traveling with a private driver, you’ll only need to hire one for the afternoon, once departing Ubud. The rest of the day can be completed on foot or via taxi.

7:00 am: Campuhan Ridge Walk 9:00 am: Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary 11:00 am: Free time in Ubud 3:00 pm: Depart Ubud 4:30 pm: Sari Uma Coffee Plantation 5:30 pm: Tanah Lot 6:30 pm: Drive to Airport

7:00 am: Campuhan Ridge Walk

This short, 2 mile roundtrip walk is perfect for those looking to immerse themselves in the Balinese countryside. Right outside downtown Ubud, you’ll walk between rice fields on a paved stone path. I never completed this walk simply because I ran out of time, so I’m saving it for my next trip back to Bali.

The best part of the walk is the first half-mile, where you’re standing on the elevated ridge and get sweeping views of the surrounding jungle. The full roundtrip walk takes roughly one hour to complete.

Since today’s schedule is much lighter than previous days, you have the freedom to complete the walk anytime in the morning. I recommend starting the Campuhan Ridge Walk in the early morning (6:30-7:00am), as you can get excellent sunrise lighting and stay out of the harsh Bali heat.

Campuhan Ridge Walk | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Campuhan Ridge Walk | Maria_Usp/

9:00 am: Sacred Forest Monkey Sanctuary

The Sacred Monkey Forest in Ubud is one of the most popular attractions in Bali. This nature reserve houses hundreds of monkeys that freely roam the collection of forested temples. A major highlight for me was getting up close with a few of the monkeys under the guidance of a park guide.

There are more than monkeys to see at the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. Much to my delight, there are several temples to visit.

The highlight of the temples are the carvings of monkeys, frogs, and other strange looking animals, all looking somewhat ferocious and menacing. Their moss-covered bodies made the temples seem mystical and otherworldly, like I was out in the middle of the jungle even though I was in downtown Ubud.

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Cam with Monkey

My friend Cam with a monkey

Hours: 9am – 6pm Cost: Adult 80K IDR, Child 60K IDR. Get updated hours and pricing on the official website.

11:00 am: Free Time in Ubud

You have a few hours here to enjoy Ubud however you see fit. Grab some lunch, go shopping downtown, or even get a massage! If you’re worn out from the past few days, feel free to relax at your resort. Be prepared to leave Ubud at 3:00 pm.

4:30 pm: Sari Uma Coffee Plantation

Before traveling here, visiting a coffee plantation would never have made my itinerary. One day my driver spontaneously asked me if I’d like to visit a plantation to taste some local coffee & tea. Although hesitant, I kept an open-mind and went along with the experience.

I arrived for the tasting session at this quaint house out in the countryside. The woman working there came out with a tray of 16 tiny cups, each with a different flavor. Each and every one of them was delicious. So much so that I immediately purchased several bags of coffee grounds to take home. Sitting out in the countryside and sipping on tasters was one of the highlights of my trip.

Bali Coffee Tasting | 5 & 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Coffee and tea tasting | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Sari Uma is a small coffee plantation located 5 minutes from Tanah Lot. If you’d like to catch the sunset at Tanah Lot, you have a full hour here at Sari Uma. That’s plenty of time to decide which flavor you like the most!

5:30 pm: Tanah Lot Temple

Tanah Lot rests on a small outcropping by the shore and is famous for its romantic setting and sunsets. At low tide, you can walk out to the base of the temple, but tourists are not allowed to enter. Despite this fact, it has remained one of the most popular attractions in Bali, and I’d consider it to be 100% worth it.

Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot | Sergii Figurnyi/

There is a park that rests up on the cliff above that viewers can enter. Wander the cliff edge and admire the waves crashing against the temple’s base. Views are best at sunset, so be prepared to take plenty of photos.

Hours: 7am – 7pm Cost: Adult 60K IDR, Child 30K IDR. Learn more on the official website.

Planning Your Trip to Bali

Where to eat in ubud.

As is the case with all 3 of these itineraries, you’ll be spending most of your time in and around Ubud. Ubud was my favorite place I stayed in Bali and the place I spent the most time. Given this, here are my recommendations on where to eat in Ubud:

Mamma Mia is an Italian restaurant located right by the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. For a cheap price you can enjoy a tasty entrée and sip a glass of wine. I ate several meals here and there always seems to be a good crowd. Don’t forget to order a homemade Chocolate-cello shot while you’re here!

Ivy Café is located within Puri Garden Hotel & Hostel. I stayed at Puri Garden for 3 nights, so I ended up enjoying multiple meals at Ivy. They offer both local and international food on their menu for a cheap price.

Nostimo Greek Grill Ubud is a minute’s walk away from Mamma Mia. They get great reviews and always seemed to be packed for dinner. I’d recommend calling to make a reservation the day of if planning on eating here for dinner.

Taco Casa Ubud is perfect for anyone with a craving for Mexican food (which was me my last day here). Meals are well-priced, and portions are hearty. Did I mention the food tastes delicious?

Taco Casa Ubud

Taco Casa Ubud | 7 Day Bali Itinerary

Pistachio enjoys a bit of seclusion from the hustle of Ubud. It’s further out from downtown Ubud but still within walking distance (~15 min). They offer a wide range of international and local Balinese food and are one of the highest rated restaurants in Ubud.

Divya Bar is a restaurant in downtown Ubud that features a rooftop bar. They get great reviews and are in a convenient location if you’re interested in shopping or barhopping. Across the street are two other rooftop bars, Sami Warung and Mozzarella.

Tropical Restaurant Ubud is right in the heart of town. They have a great menu and, on some nights, will feature live music. I enjoyed the best Mojito of my life here, which I feel is great praise coming from a practicing bartender.

How to Get Around Bali

The roads of Bali are a nightmare to traverse. Everyone takes a more relaxed style to traffic laws and lanes are non-existent. You can guarantee that there will always be traffic (don’t expect to crack 20miles/32km per hour in urban areas), and the roads can be described as “organized chaos”.

Knowing this, always allocate more time to traverse the island as you will most likely get caught in a slowdown. The time estimates on Google Maps are pretty accurate (but add 15 to 30 minutes just in case).

Private Driver

The easiest and safest way to traverse the island, but also the most expensive. This was how we traveled between sites every day of our trip.

With a private driver, you have the freedom to select when & where you want to travel. They are there to make the most of your trip, and from my experience they were some of the kindest people I’ve ever met. We booked with Bali Hire Driver and had no issues. Ask for Suwardana, he was our driver for the last 3 days of our trip and is an absolute legend!

You can  hire a driver with GetYourGuide  and prices average out to roughly $50 to $65 USD to have a driver for 10 hours for a group of five people.

Friends of mine had rented a car to travel around Bali. Although it is much cheaper than hiring a driver, I don’t believe the hassle of driving your own car is worth it. Having to worry about parking and driving Balinese roads, which can be pure chaos, is only recommended if you’re absolutely confident in your ability behind the wheel. Ensure you have a viable international driver’s license before renting.

Scooter Rental

Using a scooter to navigate Bali can be more relaxed than driving a car and gives you a higher sense of freedom. This is our recommendation for those who want to save money and have a lot of experience driving a scooter. The crazy Bali roads are not the place to learn how to drive a scooter.

Make sure you have a viable international driver’s license as this is required. For more information, check out this article as they explain the process very well.

Public Transport

Taxis are not hard to find in Bali. When walking down the street you may have dozens of Balinese people ask if you’d like a ride. As tiresome as it can be, it is pretty convenient. This is only recommended for traveling short distances, as taxi drivers can scam you by taking the longer route. If you’re travelling across the island, you’re better off hiring a private driver.

There is a bus system, although it can be hot, dusty, and crowded. We found that they were almost always packed to the brim with people. Traveling by bus may be the cheapest option, but it doesn’t always give you the flexibility to view sites along the way to your final destination.

Note: There is NO UBER in Bali! Use “Grab” instead, an app that functions in a similar way to Uber.

If you have any questions about this 7 day Bali itinerary, let us know in the comment section below.

More Information for Your Trip to Bali

BALI: Learn more about Bali in our guide to the best things to do in Bali, how to visit the Aling-Aling Waterfalls, what it is like to visit Bali on Nyepi Day , and how to do the Mount Batur Sunrise Hike.

BALI ITINERARY: If you are planning a quick visit to Bali, take a look at our 5 Day Bali Itinerary.   If you have more time, learn how to spend 10 days in Bali, visiting the highlights and a few hidden gems.

MALAYSIA: Learn what is like to visit the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur.

SOUTHEAST ASIA: Learn how to plan an epic trip through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam in our 3 Month Southeast Asia Itinerary.

OCEANIA: For all of our articles about New Zealand and Australia, take a look at our New Zealand Travel Guide and Australia Travel Guide.

Read all of our articles about Indonesia in ou r Indonesia Travel Guide.

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