Bali Travel Tips

Temple in Bali, Indonesia

Bali adventures – What you should not miss

Surfing Bali – Best surf spots and low-budget homestays in Bali’s south
surfing in Bali, IndonesiaBali is home to some of the best surf spots on the planet. It doesn’t matter if you are a pro or absolute beginner. There is a wave for everyone.

Secret spots in Bali´s south – Bukit Peninsula

House on a cliff in Bukit, Bali

The very south of Bali is called “the Bukit Peninsula”. It has the best waves to surf and some great spots only a few people know about.

Try Yoga at Morning Lite – Uluwatu Surf Villas

surfers on beach in Uluwatu, BaliIf you ever want to try out Yoga or just advance your skills this place is as good as it gets.

Secret Beaches in Bali´s south – Bukit Peninsula
Are you tired of beaches which are full of people? Do you want a beach just for your own? You need a little adventure? Go off the beaten path? Then you need to get on a scooter and check out the following secret beaches on Bali´s south. It’s definitely worth it and will give you another perspective of this beautiful island.

Insider Tips: Bali´s south, Uluwatu, Padang Padang
Are you looking for nice places to eat, have breakfast, nightlife, laundry service, supermarkets and much more? Have a closer look at this post.

Enjoy the spirit of Ubud

Balinesian dancer in Ubud
Ubud is a spiritual place filled with travelers and travelers who did not leave (ever). Located in the middle of Bali it has a different vibe and a lot adventures to offer.

How to get to Bali?

Fly into Denpasar International Airport. There is a taxi counter right before you leave the airport. They have fixed prices depending on where your hotel is. This way you pay the official price and you get conveniently to your accommodation. A taxi in Bali is fairly cheap and convenient.

How to get around on Bali?

2 women riding a scooter in Bali
On Bali most of the travelers rent a scooter to get around. It is really convenient and easy to explore the island. The traffic seems crazy but if you go with the flow it is really fun. Just be careful. Most Balinese drive very carefully too. Make sure you have an international driving license.

Taking a taxi is also convenient and not to expensive. If you rather go by taxi take a BLUE BIRD GROUP taxi as the drivers have to switch on the meter so you pay the official price. (There is another company who has almost the same logo so be aware to get the right one)

You can also hire a driver for the day or a few hours. Ask at your place where you stay. They can organize a driver for you which show you around temples and other sights. It is all up to you what you want to see. You should agree on a price in advance.