Bali, an island famed for its scenic beauty, beaches, volcanic mountains and coral reefs which is on every traveler’s bucket list. Travellers, couples, and nomads usually form the common mob of tourists with the local people. The belief of the local groups and community in their traditions makes this place ethically a unique place to the world. The island has some of the most mystical heritage sites of temples and monuments which will leave you awestruck. Popular as the haven of yoga and meditation, Bali evokes an impression of nothing but a paradise on earth. Not just blessed with its natural beauty, Bali also is a budget-friendly destination for a vacation.
Travel Guide For Your Bali Trip
If you’ve been planning for a brief hiatus and Bali is all your heart’s been wanting, and you want to find out how to get around this paradise then keep reading this travel guide!
Applying Visa For Bali
Tourists traveling to Bali, Indonesia, for a vacation don’t need a visa for up to thirty days. Once you land in Bali, All you need to do is look for an immigration counter and ask for a Visa exemption stamp. For the procedure of validation of your stay, you will need to show your return tickets, and receipts of you exchanged funds. This means that you don’t have to pre-apply for anything for your trip to Bali. The Visa-on-arrival policy in Bali is going to cover up your stay.
Transportation in Bali
Not only the picturesque spots, Bali will make you feel blessed every moment with its affordable and connecting transportation network as you go exploring this magical island. Taxis and private minivans will cost you approximately 200,000 IDR (approx. INR 1,000) You will also find several scooter rental stores readily available within your reach, which will cost you around 135,000 IDR (approx. INR 700). If you wish to travel on a bicycle across this captivating island, it will cost you around 60,000 IDR (approx. INR 300). There are many local transportations options available like buses, bemos (mini vans in Bali), and ferries for you to choose from.
Best Time To Visit Bali
Bali has two seasons round the year – dry-warm and wet-cold climate. The dry season is spanned from April to September and the wet season from October to March. The best period to visit Bali is from July and August when the climate maintains a soothing balance of warm and cold. The coastal stretch gets hot on sunny days, and shivering cold in the mountainous areas.
What To Wear When You’re in Bali
Bali is famed for its great balance in climate, but we still advise you not just to pack all your picture-perfect outfits. Pack breathable fabric clothes like Linen that will dry easily. Shorts, flip flops, bathing suit, and towels are a few must-pack sets of clothings. In Bali, evenings may get a little colder, so don’t forget to pack a utility jacket or a pullover. You don’t know how unpredictable the weather can be, so it will be best if you invest in rain jackets or an umbrella. Don’t worry if you’ve forgotten to pack one! You can easily buy one at the local flea markets at a cheap price.
Things To Do in Bali
There is a good variety of things to do in Bali. Follow this travel guide to Bali and pump up for some extreme water sports experiences. Try water rafting in Ayung river or go for a sea walk in Nusa Dua to explore the marine life of the ocean. Snorkeling in Blue Lagoon, one of the most famous beaches in Bali, will be the highlight of the trip. If you are an adventure seeker, then trekking your way to Mount Batur for a spectacular sunrise will be an awe-inspiring view for you. Once you make it to the top, don’t forget to explore the coffee plantation on this volcanic mountain. For souls that crave for adventures and experiences, Bali is just the right destination. Spend a day on a cruise and travel to other surrounding islands.
Indulge in the flavoursome delicacies in Bali’s local food market. Take a stroll in the spice market in Ubad, or visit Topahti Village to witness the art and craft culture of Indonesia. It is also the best place to pick beautiful handmade souvenirs for your loved ones. A trip to Bali is never complete if you don’t get to experience the holistic spa treatment, and the best part is that it’s available in every corner of this island. So when you feel worn out, let yourself be relaxed and enjoy your 90 minutes session in a Spa. The list of things to do in Bali is never ending.
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