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  • There are loads of types of vacations in Bali and the cost will depend on what type of trip you’re taking and for how long you’d like to stay. Here are the latest prices for a 3 night trip for 2 travelers: Top vacation $515; Family vacation $475; Romantic vacation $577; Luxury vacation $615; Budget vacation $378.

Why should you book a vacation package to Bali?

When should you book a vacation package to bali.

There are two seasons in Bali, a rainy season from October to April and a dry season between May and September. Bali travel packages will help you find the best deals even during the tourist high season from May to July, and from December till early January. If you're a surfer, the best waves typically come between May and October. Bali flight and hotel rates are typically cheapest from April to May, and in September.

Where should you stay in Bali during your vacation?

For any vacation type in bali:.

The Stones Hotel - Legian Bali, Autograph Collection lets you stay in five-star luxury in a resort style hotel complex with a large pool and upscale amenities. Located in Legian on the west coast of Bali, the hotel operates its own shuttle service to Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, just over 3 miles away. Private beach access and a garden setting with multiple pool and restaurant options make Meliá Bali the ultimate Bali experience. Located in Nusa Dua just over 7 miles from Ngurah Rai Airport, the resort can arrange airport pick-up and shuttle service.

For family vacations in Bali:

At the Padma Resort Legian, families can stay in interconnected rooms and enjoy extensive facilities, including a lagoon pool and infinity pool, family game room, and a location close to the beach. A taxi is an inexpensive option from the Ngurah Rai Airport, under 4 miles away. At the Hard Rock Hotel Bali in Kuta, the little ones will stay happy and busy at the exclusive kids' club while parents can swim up to the pool bar or lounge on the beach. There are plenty of taxis available for the brief 2 1/2 mile drive to Ngurah Rai Airport.

For romantic vacations in Bali:

Traditional Balinese elements meet modern design at the Seminyak Beach Resort & Spa, offering you a romantic beachfront holiday just steps from the bustling city and all the shopping, dining, and night life it has to offer. The resort can arrange airport transfers from Ngurah Rai Airport, about 7 miles away. The Kuta Seaview Boutique Resort & Spa is small and offers you a secluded and lush garden setting near the beach. The resort will arrange airport transfers from nearby Ngurah Rai Airport.

For luxury vacations in Bali:

The Legian Bali is a hideaway from the tourist crowds, offering all-suites accommodations on a prime stretch of Seminyak Beach, yet close to upscale shopping and dining in the city. The hotel offers its own shuttle service for the 6 mile trip to Ngurah Rai Airport. Stay in the lush Bali highlands amid the rice fields at The Chedi Club, located just outside Ubud, a center for traditional arts and culture. A car rental is recommended for the 24 mile trip from Ngurah Rai Airport in Kuta.

For budget vacations in Bali:

Bali trips become affordable at Alam Puri Art Museum Villa and Spa, an oasis of authentic Javanese and Balinese culture a half hour's drive from Ubud on Bali Island. A car rental or private airport shuttle is available for the 30 minute drive to Ngurah Rai International Airport. The Haven Bali Seminyak Hotel offers affordable elegance, with a pool and dining options just steps from Seminyak Beach. The hotel concierge can arrange your transfers to and from Ngurah Rai International Airport.

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Find the right tour package for you through Bali. We've got 255 trips going to Bali, starting from just 2 days in length, and the longest tour is 28 days. The most popular month to go is August, which has the most tour departures.

250+ Bali vacation packages with 11,695 reviews

Bali One Life Adventures - 12 Days Tour

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Bali One Life Adventures - 12 Days

If you want to have a good time in Bali, look no further! Our guide (Josh) has been the best! As well as being a joy to be in the company of, he kept us all informed throughout the trip, constantly made sure we had everything we needed and our accommodation was to our liking. Highlights of the tour for me would definitely have to be surfing in Canggu (didn't think I would enjoy it- but so glad I did because it was SO FUN!) and definitely Gili T! With no motor vehicles allowed on the island, by bicycle you can go around the whole island in just over 30 mins, the vibe is so chilled and the sunsets are unreal! If island life is your thing, Gili T is the place to be 😍 The accommodation throughout this tour are so good and have everything you need (pool, WiFi, a/c) not to mention the Balinese hospitality is second to none! This was my second tour with One Life and I would not hesitate to book again and again! Just book it- you won't regret it

Bali Bucket List Original 10 Day Tour Tour

  • In-depth Cultural

Bali Bucket List Original 10 Day Tour

I booked this for my birthday and I was not disappointed at all! This is a great tour and the way that it is set up was perfect. The only thing I would have done differently would have been to book their boutique tour if the tour dates would have aligned with my schedule. Not that there was anything wrong with this one, I’m just bougie 🤷🏾‍♀️. If you’re on the fence, book it. If you have the funds book the same companies boutique tour 😊
  • €55 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Wanderlands Bali - 8 Days Tour

Wanderlands Bali - 8 Days

I loved my wanderlands tour, it gave me so many amazing experiences and helped me connect with myself in a deeper way. I was in a spot in life where I needed something to change. I’m so lucky to have had my group leader as Stacia. She was so welcoming and since she’s a local, it gave a more authentic feel to Bali and the culture around it. I loved learning from her and having her guide me through this tour! She made me feel comfortable, safe and excited for our next day! I really appreciated how organized and on time she kept our group. The itinerary kept me busy and happy! I loved the events like snorkelling and hikes. I was also able to connect with myself on a more spiritual level too, Bali is the place for that. ❤️ One of my best friends came on the tour before me and told me it was a MUST and that booking my tour with Stacia, was also a MUST. He was definitely right and I agree with him completely! The group members are also amazing, being with like minded people and people who are close to my age. The hostels were all great and the food hasn’t let me down!
  • €145 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Wanderlands Bali & Lombok - 13 Days Tour

Wanderlands Bali & Lombok - 13 Days

I think the tour was Great. Zio was a Great Tour Guide and i experienced so many amazing things. For me personally, I think we could change the stay on lembongan to one on uluwatu, because i heard amazing things about it and I personally didnt Like our stay at lembongan that much. But I think we could have stayed on nusa penida. In General, I would have wished to learn more about the Culture and history of the Island. That was too less. And to be honest, i would have wished to eat more in local Restaurants than the more expansive ones for Tourists.

Bali Experience Tour

Bali Experience

Best 10 days of my life.

Bali Intro 12 Day Tour

Bali Intro 12 Day

It was overall just incredible! All the trips were amazing, the people were great, my leader Hendri was awesome!! He just knew so much and helped with everything we needed

Bali Intro 9 Days Tour

Bali Intro 9 Days

The tour was well balanced with time for chilling and different activities. Our group leader Hendri was absolutely the best! Well organized and keeping the group united and cheerful

Classic Bali Tour

Classic Bali

This tour gave me the ability to experience Bali in a way I may not have if I had travelled solo. The country is beautiful, and to experience through such a friendly and informative guide was wonderfu. I truly enjoyed meeting my fellow travellers. I would recommend this particular tour, with Andri as your guide!

Classic Bali & Lombok Tour

Classic Bali & Lombok

The cultural experience and Panji's knowledge added so much!

7 Days Bali and Gili Islands Epic Experience Tour

7 Days Bali and Gili Islands Epic Experience

Such an amazing holiday. Kadek, Yustus and Tress were all such amazing guides and took us around to a range of places to see and experience many different aspects of Bali/Gili. They were extremely friendly and knowledgeable. Would have been better if we stayed overnight in Canggu or ubud to save so much driving back and forth from Kuta though :)

Bali 9 Day/ 8 Night Group Tour  | ULTIMATE Tour

Bali 9 Day/ 8 Night Group Tour | ULTIMATE

Excellent! My tour guide (Sandhi) did an amazing job! I had the best time!
  • €35 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

10 Days The Best of Bali, Gilis and Nusa Penida Island Experience Tour

10 Days The Best of Bali, Gilis and Nusa Penida Island Experience

Covered many of the popular sites of Bali and nearby islands! The variety of experiences was good. The staff were all excellent, providing a pleasant experience and they were flexible and accommodating in response to the groups needs! Highly recommend this experience!

Discover Lombok Tour

Discover Lombok

This was my first tour with Intrepid, and it won't be my last. What an absolutely incredible experience. We saw so many cool things, from waterfalls to beaches to volcanoes, not to mention all the awsome people we met along the way. I can't recommend this tour enough. You'll stay in some really awesome places that are a bit off-the-beaten path, and you'll learn a ton. Seriously, do this tour!

Bali, Lombok & Gili Islands: Hike, Bike, Raft & Snorkel Tour

Bali, Lombok & Gili Islands: Hike, Bike, Raft & Snorkel

The trip was great, good transportation, excellent guide, all very well organized.

Bali Bucket List Boutique 10 Day Tour Tour

Bali Bucket List Boutique 10 Day Tour

Our tour guide, Andy, was just wonderful. Thoughtful, kind, and of great assistance. Our whole group felt greatly cared for and without worry. When my luggage ripped, Andy sewed my bag himself. It was above and beyond what was required to keep my bag in service. Mountain hiking, snorkeling, biking, cooking class... This trip was Packed with experiences and I loved every minute of it. My only regret is not having more time in Bali and the surrounding area. Thank you Bali Bucketlist.

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The best tour we could book to discover Bali. We visited all the sights worth seeing (Nusa Penida, Gili T, waterfall...) , did all the fun activities (surfing, snorkeling, monkey forest, etc) and learned a lot about balinese culture. Everything was well organized and went smooth. All the guides and instructors were real pros. Our tour guide, Josh did his best to inform us about everything in time and took care of our needs. We could always rely on him for advice and having a good time.
This tour was really a trip of a lifetime! It was a really good balance between guided tours and time to explore solo or with the group. We hit all of the Bali highlights and it was a blast. Our tour guide Alex was amazing! He was kind, helpful, accommodating, and he really cared about our experience! I would 10/10 recommend this trip and try to get Alex if you can!

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Discover Affordable Bali Tour Packages for Your Dream Vacation

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affordable bali tour packages

Bali is a popular destination for travelers seeking a dream vacation without breaking the bank. With a range of affordable tour packages available, you can explore the beauty and culture of Bali without compromising on your budget. Whether you’re looking for relaxation on pristine beaches, exploration of ancient temples, or adventure in the lush jungles, there is a Bali tour package that suits your travel preferences and budget.

Key Takeaways:

  • Choose from a variety of affordable tour packages to make your dream vacation to Bali a reality.
  • Explore the stunning natural beauty of Bali while staying within your budget.
  • Immerse yourself in the rich culture of Bali through guided tours and cultural experiences.
  • Indulge in thrilling outdoor adventures and explore Bali’s hidden gems with adventure tours .
  • Relax and rejuvenate with spa and wellness packages in Bali’s serene surroundings.

Experience the Beauty of Bali with Budget-Friendly Tour Packages

Bali is known for its stunning natural beauty, from the iconic rice terraces of Ubud to the pristine beaches of Kuta and Seminyak. With budget-friendly tour packages , you can experience the breathtaking landscapes and cultural richness of Bali without breaking the bank. These tour packages offer a variety of activities, such as temple visits, traditional dance performances, and opportunities to immerse yourself in Balinese culture. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple, or a family, there are tour packages available that cater to your specific interests and budget.

Explore the beauty of Bali with budget-friendly tour packages . These packages provide an affordable way to experience the wonders of Bali, from its lush greenery to its picturesque coastlines. With options for every type of traveler, you can choose a package that suits your preferences and budget.

Whether you want to relax on the beach, hike through jungles, or immerse yourself in Balinese culture, there is a tour package that will make your dream vacation a reality. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to experience the beauty of Bali without breaking the bank. Book your budget-friendly tour package today and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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Table: Comparison of Budget-Friendly Tour Packages

Explore the rich culture of bali with guided tours.

Bali is known for its rich cultural heritage, and guided tours offer the perfect opportunity to explore the island’s cultural treasures. From visiting ancient temples like Uluwatu and Tanah Lot to witnessing traditional Balinese dance performances, these guided tours provide insight into the unique customs and traditions of the Balinese people. With experienced guides, you can gain a deeper understanding of Balinese culture and history while enjoying the beauty of the island.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant arts scene of Bali by taking a guided tour that showcases the island’s artistic traditions. Visit local artisans in their studios and witness their creative process as they produce intricate wood carvings, exquisite silver jewelry, and vibrant paintings. Gain a deeper appreciation for the skill and craftsmanship that goes into Balinese art and bring home a unique piece of art as a memento of your trip.

Experience the spiritual side of Bali by joining a guided tour that takes you to some of the island’s most sacred sites. Explore mystical temples nestled in lush jungles and learn about the religious rituals and practices that are an integral part of Balinese culture. Participate in traditional ceremonies, such as the morning blessings at a local village temple, and gain a firsthand understanding of the spiritual beliefs that shape the lives of the Balinese people.

Embark on a cultural adventure and explore the rich heritage of Bali with guided tours that offer an immersive experience into the island’s traditions, arts, and spirituality. Whether you choose to visit ancient temples, witness traditional ceremonies, or discover the vibrant arts scene, these guided tours will provide you with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the unique culture of Bali.

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Table: Bali’s Natural Wonders Adventure Tours

Adventure tours in Bali cater to individuals of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced adventurers. Whether you’re seeking an adrenaline rush or simply want to connect with nature, these tours offer a wide range of activities that suit your preferences. Experienced guides provide valuable insights into Bali’s natural heritage, ensuring you leave with a deeper appreciation for the island’s wonders.

So, if you’re ready for an unforgettable outdoor adventure, embark on one of Bali’s adventure tours and discover the island’s natural wonders. From breathtaking waterfalls to mesmerizing coral reefs, Bali offers an abundance of outdoor exploration opportunities that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.

Relax and Unwind with Spa and Wellness Packages

When it comes to relaxation and rejuvenation , Bali is the perfect destination. With its serene surroundings and tranquil atmosphere, the island offers a wide range of spa and wellness packages that will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized. Whether you’re seeking a traditional Balinese massage, a holistic treatment incorporating local ingredients, or a yoga and meditation retreat, Bali has something to suit every wellness seeker’s needs.

Spa and wellness packages in Bali are designed to pamper both the body and mind. Expert therapists will guide you through a blissful journey of relaxation, using ancient techniques and natural ingredients to create a truly indulgent experience. From traditional Balinese healing rituals to modern wellness therapies, these packages are tailored to provide a holistic approach to well-being.

One popular spa and wellness package in Bali is the “Balinese Bliss Retreat,” which offers a combination of massage, body scrub, and facial treatments using locally sourced organic products. Another option is the “Yoga and Meditation Escape,” where you can immerse yourself in daily yoga classes, meditation sessions, and mindfulness activities in a serene beachfront setting.

For those looking for a truly immersive wellness experience, Bali also offers wellness retreats that provide a comprehensive program of activities and therapies. These retreats often include yoga and meditation sessions, healthy meals, wellness workshops, and spa treatments to help you relax, recharge, and restore balance to your life.

Escape the stresses of everyday life and treat yourself to a blissful spa and wellness package in Bali. Reconnect with your inner self, rejuvenate your body, and restore your sense of well-being in the tranquil paradise of the Island of the Gods.

Enjoy beach escapes with bali’s coastal tours.

Bali is famous for its beautiful beaches, and coastal tours offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy a sun-soaked getaway. From the bustling beaches of Kuta and Seminyak to the tranquil shores of Nusa Dua, these tours allow you to relax on golden sands and swim in crystal-clear waters. Whether you’re a sunseeker or an active traveler, Bali’s coastal tours offer a range of activities, from water sports to beachside dining.

With Bali’s coastal tours , you can explore the diverse coastal landscapes that the island has to offer. From serene coves hidden from the crowds to vibrant beach clubs buzzing with energy, there’s a beach escape for every traveler’s preference.

Table: Top Beaches in Bali

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in the calming sound of waves crashing against the shore. Whether you prefer to soak up the sun, take a dip in the ocean, or indulge in beachside relaxation, Bali’s coastal tours offer a slice of paradise.

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So why wait? Book a coastal tour in Bali today and experience the perfect seaside getaway.

Indulge in Delicious Cuisine with Food Tours

When visiting Bali, one cannot miss the opportunity to savor the rich and diverse flavors of Balinese cuisine . With its unique blend of spices, fresh ingredients, and vibrant colors, Balinese food offers a culinary experience like no other. And what better way to explore the local cuisine than with a food tour?

Food tours in Bali take you on a gastronomic journey, allowing you to sample a variety of traditional dishes and discover hidden culinary gems. From bustling local markets to quaint roadside warungs, these tours offer a chance to immerse yourself in the local food culture and learn about the stories behind each dish.

During a food tour, you can indulge in mouthwatering specialties such as Nasi Goreng, a fragrant stir-fried rice dish, or Satay, succulent skewered meats served with peanut sauce. You can also try Babi Guling, a delicious roasted suckling pig, or Bebek Betutu, a flavorful slow-cooked duck. Each bite is a burst of flavors that will leave you craving for more.

Experience the Essence of Balinese Cuisine

One of the highlights of a food tour is the opportunity to witness the cooking process and learn about the traditional techniques used in Balinese cuisine . You can watch skilled chefs prepare dishes with precision, using age-old recipes passed down through generations. It’s a chance to not only satisfy your taste buds but also gain insights into the cultural significance of food in Balinese society.

Food tours in Bali offer a delightful combination of food, culture, and history. By exploring the local culinary scene, you not only satisfy your taste buds but also gain a deeper appreciation for the cultural heritage of Bali.

Whether you’re a seasoned foodie or just curious about Balinese cuisine , a food tour is the perfect way to discover the flavors and traditions that make Bali’s food scene so special. So, embark on a culinary adventure and let your taste buds guide you through the diverse and delicious world of Balinese cuisine.

Balinese cuisine

Comfortable Accommodations with Bali Tour Packages

When planning your dream vacation to Bali, one of the key considerations is finding comfortable accommodations that suit your preferences and budget. With Bali tour packages , you can rest assured that your stay will be both enjoyable and affordable. These packages offer a range of options, from luxury beachfront resorts to cozy guesthouses tucked away in the heart of the island.

Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach retreat or a cultural immersion in Ubud, Bali tour packages provide a variety of hotel options to choose from. For those seeking a luxurious experience, there are five-star resorts with spacious rooms, stunning views, and world-class amenities. If you prefer a more intimate setting, boutique hotels and villas offer personalized service and a cozy atmosphere.

Additionally, Bali tour packages cater to different budgets, ensuring that there are accommodations available for every traveler. Budget-friendly options include guesthouses and homestays, which provide comfortable rooms at affordable prices. These accommodations often offer a unique insight into local life and allow you to connect with the warm and friendly Balinese people.

No matter which accommodation option you choose, Bali tour packages ensure that you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. Take advantage of the convenience and affordability of these packages to make the most of your dream vacation in Bali.

Explore Hidden Gems with Off-the-Beaten-Path Tours

While Bali is known for its popular tourist attractions, there is a whole world of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Off-the-beaten-path tours offer a unique opportunity to explore Bali’s lesser-known destinations and immerse yourself in authentic cultural experiences. These tours take you away from the crowds and provide a glimpse into the true essence of the island.

One such hidden gem is the serene rice terraces that dot the landscape of Bali. Away from the bustling tourist areas, you can find yourself surrounded by the lush green fields, soaking in the tranquility of nature. These terraces are not only a sight to behold but also serve as a testament to the agricultural practices that have sustained the Balinese people for centuries.

Another off-the-beaten-path experience is visiting secluded beaches that offer a more secluded and intimate setting. Escape the tourist crowds and enjoy the crystal-clear waters and golden sands of these hidden shores. Whether you prefer a romantic sunset stroll or a quiet picnic by the sea, these hidden beaches provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing day in paradise.

“Off-the-beaten-path tours allow you to discover hidden gems and experience Bali’s lesser-known destinations and cultural highlights.”

Table: Hidden Gems of Bali

Off-the-beaten-path tours in Bali offer unique experiences that allow you to step off the tourist trail and discover the hidden treasures of the island. Whether it’s exploring secluded beaches, wandering through serene rice terraces, or immersing yourself in the local culture, these tours provide a deeper understanding of Bali’s beauty and charm.

Hidden Gems of Bali

Example Table: Art and Craft Tours in Bali

Embarking on an art and craft tour in Bali is not only a chance to witness the creativity and talent of Balinese artisans but also a means of supporting the local arts community. By participating in these tours, you contribute to the preservation and promotion of Balinese arts and crafts, ensuring their continuation for future generations to enjoy.

Plan Your Dream Trip with Bali Cheapest Tours

Planning a trip to Bali can be overwhelming, with so many options to consider and decisions to make. That’s where Bali Cheapest Tours comes in. With our expertise and range of tour packages, we make it easy for you to plan your dream trip to Bali without any stress or hassle. Whether you’re a solo traveler, a couple, or a family, we have the perfect tour package to suit your needs and budget.

At Bali Cheapest Tours , we understand that every traveler is unique, with different interests and preferences. That’s why we offer a wide variety of tour options, from cultural explorations to adventure tours, spa and wellness packages to coastal escapes. Our knowledgeable guides will ensure that you get the most out of your Bali experience, taking you to hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path destinations that you may not find on your own.

What sets Bali Cheapest Tours apart is our commitment to customer satisfaction. We strive to provide you with a stress-free experience from start to finish. Our team of experts is available to answer any questions you may have, offer personalized recommendations, and assist you with any aspect of your trip. And with our robust money-back guarantee, you can have peace of mind knowing that your investment is protected.

Table: Bali Cheapest Tours Package Options

With Bali Cheapest Tours, planning your dream trip to Bali has never been easier. Leave the logistics to us and focus on enjoying every moment of your affordable Bali tour. Book your tour package today and let us show you the magic of the Island of the Gods.

Bali offers a wealth of opportunities for a dream vacation without breaking the bank. With affordable tour packages , you can explore the beauty and culture of Bali while staying within your budget. Whether you’re seeking relaxation , adventure, cultural immersion, or culinary delights , Bali has something to offer every traveler.

Experience the breathtaking landscapes and cultural richness of Bali with budget-friendly tour packages . Explore the island’s hidden gems and immerse yourself in Balinese arts and crafts. Indulge in the island’s delicious cuisine and unwind with spa and wellness packages. With comfortable accommodations and off-the-beaten-path tours , you can create lasting memories of your Bali experience.

Plan your dream trip to Bali today and discover the magic of the Island of the Gods. Explore pristine beaches, ancient temples, lush jungles, and vibrant coral reefs. Immerse yourself in Balinese culture and traditions, and savor the flavors of Balinese cuisine. Bali awaits you with open arms, ready to provide an unforgettable and budget-friendly vacation.

What are the popular tourist attractions in Bali?

Bali is known for its stunning natural beauty, iconic rice terraces, pristine beaches, ancient temples, and rich cultural heritage.

What activities are included in Bali tour packages?

Bali tour packages offer a variety of activities, such as temple visits, traditional dance performances, spa and wellness experiences, adventure tours, beach excursions, and food tours .

Are there affordable Bali tour packages available?

Yes, Bali Cheapest Tours offers budget-friendly tour packages that allow travelers to explore Bali without breaking the bank.

Can I customize my Bali tour package?

Yes, Bali Cheapest Tours provides the flexibility to customize your tour package based on your preferences, interests, and budget.

What types of accommodations are available in Bali?

Bali offers a wide range of accommodation options, including luxury beachfront resorts, cozy guesthouses, and cultural immersion stays in the heart of Ubud.

Are there off-the-beaten-path tours available in Bali?

Yes, Bali Cheapest Tours offers off-the-beaten-path tours that allow travelers to discover hidden gems, serene rice terraces, secluded beaches, and authentic local villages.

Can I immerse myself in Balinese arts and crafts?

Yes, with art and craft tours , you can visit local artists in their studios, explore traditional craft villages, and learn about the intricate techniques used in Balinese artistry.

How can Bali Cheapest Tours help with planning my trip?

Bali Cheapest Tours provides expertise and a range of tour packages to help you plan your dream trip to Bali, ensuring customer satisfaction and a stress-free experience .

What is the money-back guarantee provided by Bali Cheapest Tours?

Bali Cheapest Tours offers a robust money-back guarantee, providing peace of mind to travelers.

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At the heart of Indonesia , the beautiful island of Bali is a melting pot of cultures and a medley of stunning landscapes. From the lush rice paddies and ancient temples in Ubud to the active Mount Batur volcano and the golden beaches and iconic surf spots in Kuta , there is something for everyone here. Build a Bali family vacation package for the kids to learn all about Indonesian culture while you kick back on the beach in the sunshine. Or for a luxury Bali vacation package , consider hopping between a few of the island’s finest five-star hotels to see the highlights in style.

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Ubud City-Centre is known for its spectacular forests, and you can see some sights in the area like Ubud Monkey Forest and Ubud Traditional Art Market.

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Central Seminyak

Beaches and abundant dining options are well-reviewed features of Central Seminyak. Make a stop by top sights like Eat Street while you're exploring the area.

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Unique features of Batu Bolong include the spas and seaside views. Make a stop by Batu Bolong Beach or Canggu Beach while you're exploring the area.

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Downtown Kuta is known for its stunning beaches, and with sights like Kuta Beach and Poppies Lane II, you won't get bored spending a day wandering around this part of Kuta.

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How to visit Bali on a budget

Jan 17, 2024 • 6 min read

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Let's demystify how to visit Bali when you're skint © Cheryl Ramalho / Getty Images

Bali on the cheap? Most would struggle to find ways to spend an entire lottery jackpot on the sun-drenched Indonesian island.

Still, there are times when we need to tighten the purse strings. Such as when you're at the beach, cocktail in hand, and you start daydreaming about extending your Bali stay again. For, say, another month to two. But with some careful planning and an open mind, Bali can be completely accessible for travelers of any budget.

Here are 10 tips to keep costs down.


Daily costs

  • Hostel room: IDR 200,000 per night (in a shared dorm)
  • Basic hotel room for two: From IDR 545,000 per night
  • Self-catering apartment (including Airbnb): From IDR 280,000 per night
  • 15-minute Grab ride-share journey: IDR 116,000
  • Cocktail at a beach bar: IDR 100,000
  • Bottle of Bintang beer: IDR 31,000
  • Dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant: IDR 374,000

1. Work out your priorities

One of the most common questions from travelers heading to Bali is whether it’s cheaper than  Thailand (or various other popular destinations in  Southeast Asia ). But it’s important to remember that both are relatively large countries, so it depends on where you visit and  what you like to do . Popular  beach resorts such as  Kuta and  Seminyak are generally more expensive. Lesser-known areas tend to be better value for money.

Cheap vacations in Bali don’t have to mean skimping on everything. Simply work out what your priorities are. Lesser-visited spots, such as  Canggu on the southern coast, are more likely to have cheaper accommodation, but you’ll inevitably need the odd taxi journey to reach the shops or nearby nightlife spots. More popular areas have no shortage of ridiculously cheap hostels, but bars and restaurants tend to be more expensive in remote areas.

Local ambulant street vendor transporting her products on August 25, 2015 in Bali, Indonesia. Local vendors make an honest living selling snacks

2. Eat (and drink) like a local

One of the best ways to cut the costs of a Bali vacation is to make a beeline for warungs – small, family-run restaurants and street food stalls. The food isn’t only ridiculously cheap but delicious, too. Popular warung dishes include nasi goreng (fried rice served with chicken or prawns) and mie goreng (fried noodles). Most warungs serve food to-go, so they’re great for take-out meals. Save more by drinking local, too. Opt for Indonesian lagers like Bintang.

3. Do I need to leave a tip?

Tipping isn’t customary in Indonesia , although gratuities of 10-20% are common if the service is great. A word of warning, though: it’s increasingly common for restaurants to add service charges to bills. Always check what’s included before you tip.

4. Don’t forget your travel insurance

Skimping on travel insurance might sound like a great way to save cash, but in reality, you could end up significantly worse off. Bali’s roads aren’t the safest, and if you’re planning on hiring a moped or motorbike (both brilliant options when it comes to  getting around Bali ), you’ll need to make sure your insurance policy will pay out in the event of an accident.

It’s also worth noting that simple things – such as not wearing a helmet or adequate clothing when riding a scooter – can invalidate insurance. If you’re considering certain high-risk activities, such as a PADI scuba diving course or a jet-skiing session, standard insurance policies likely won’t cover you. Add protection for these activities before you go.

Happy female friends enjoying scooter ride in alley during vacation in Bali

5. Use ridesharing apps

Uber is no longer available in Bali (the company pulled out of Southeast Asia in 2018), but there are two great ridesharing apps: Indonesian company Gojek, and Grab. Gojek’s rates are generally lower, and transport options include mopeds (drivers will typically provide helmets).

For  longer distances , such as from  Denpasar in the south to  Padangbai on the eastern coast (the departure point for ferries heading to the  Gili Islands ), taxis will likely be the best option. For cheaper fares, negotiate a price beforehand. You should also buddy up with some fellow travelers if you can. You're almost guaranteed that someone in your hotel or hostel will be heading to the same place or somewhere along the route.

6. Invest in a water purification device

Drinking tap water is generally not a good idea in Bali. Nor is spending out on ocean-polluting plastic water bottles. Buy a water purification device before you head to Bali instead. The most common types are bottles with built-in filters from brands such as Lifestraw or Brita. Steripen also makes pocket-sized water purifiers, which use UV light to kill harmful bacteria.

A woman sits close to a waterfall in Bali which is surrounded by verdent green forest

7. Head off the beaten path

Kuta is a lot of fun.  Ubud is beautiful. But prices are higher in Bali’s more popular areas. Almost everything costs less in off-the-beaten-path destinations. Try  Sanur , a low-key beach resort with great snorkeling,  Uluwatu , known for its Hindu temples and a growing number of hip hotels, or laid-back  Lovina , which has black sands and rushing waterfalls.

If being close to the action is a priority, avoid staying in the immediate center of the town or the beach resort in question. It is surprising how much cheaper hotel prices are a little further out – and the noise of the nightclub or beach bar is less likely to disturb your sleep.

8. Haggle (within reason)

In recent years, there’s been somewhat of a backlash against haggling, but we’re in favor of it – within reason. If you’re nervous about asking for a discount but suspect the price of that beautiful sarong or plastic “I love Bali” magnet is too high, shop around. Likely, the item will still be in stock when you return. Especially that magnet. You will almost always be able to get a reduction on the listed price. Just don’t offend by being unreasonable.

Tourists relaxing and sitting on colorful bean bags, under the umbrellas, and enjoying the sunset at Denpasar beach. Bali

9. Avoid peak season

The cheapest time of year for a Bali vacation ? Rainy season (October to February). But wait – it's also one of the best times to visit. This is when the island explodes with lush greenery and its waterfalls transform into thundering backdrops for selfies. Visitors also don't suffer from the inevitable heat-related fatigue travelers can experience during the sunniest months. Rains also tend to be short and sweet (January is the month with the most rainfall), so even if you’re caught in a downpour, your clothes will usually be dry in a matter of minutes.

10. Ask for discounts for longer stays at hotels

Negotiating a discount for longer stays can be a useful tactic to save money on accommodation. This works best at hostels and independent hotels – requesting a discount at the Four Seasons or Ritz-Carlton is unlikely to result in a discount (although if you’re staying in either, you’re probably not bothered about saving a few dollars).

It’s much easier to ask for this kind of discount when you’re on the ground, so If you’re worried about ending up with nowhere to stay, consider booking your first night through a website that allows for last-minute cancellations, then try and bag a better deal once you’re out there.

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  • Charlie H Singapore, Singapore 1 contribution 0 5.0 of 5 bubbles Mesmerizing trip to Uluwatu temple for its views and the enjoyable kecak dance performance. Plus wonderful guide too. We had the pleasure of having Pak Budi Nyoman as our guide and driver today for our evening itinerary at Uluwatu temple. He was very polite, careful and not ce throughout the trip. He even took a risk to climb over wall to help retrieve an pair of glasses snatched by the macaques at the temple grounds. After dinner we requested him to drop us to get some local food to try which he happily obliqued. Read more Review of: Uluwatu Sunset, Kecak Dance, and Dinner Jimbaran Beach Written 27 April 2024 This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

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There are 17,000 islands in the Indonesian archipelago, but none shine brighter than Bali. 

See the green slopes of Mt Batur to the Bintang bodegas on Seminyak’s main party strip. Bali is a volcano-dotted, beach-fringed paradise that’s serene and sensational by turns. Beyond the mega-resorts and yoga studios, you'll find the essence of Bali, the temples, out-of-the-way mountain towns, local markets and lazy fishing villages. Our Bali tours have something for everyone. Dive the impossibly blue waters off Lovina. Be welcomed into a Balinese family home. Soak in the Banja hot springs or sip smoothies in Ubud’s cafes . As always, when it comes to paradise, the hardest bit is choosing what to do first. 

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Local culture.

Between the 12th and 20th centuries, Bali has often been treated as a pawn in the games of kings, rajahs and generals. More often than not, its fate has been closely tied to neighboring Lombok with fierce battles between the two islands over the centuries as different rulers vied for regional dominance. This history of varied occupation can be seen in Bali today, with elements of Hinduism and Islam present in modern Balinese society. However, there is no historical animosity between the religions, or even between the islands of Lombok and Bali.

One of the defining moments in Bali’s history took place in the 16th century when the collapse of the Majapahit dynasty encouraged the spread of Islam from the surrounding states into the Javanese kingdom. Rather than live under Islamic rule, many Hindu elites chose to escape to Bali. These elites included many artists, dancers, musicians, actors and court-supported artisans, as well as some more artistically inclined priests. The result was an intense proliferation of cultural arts across Bali, no doubt inspired by rich Balinese folklore featuring epic battles of good and evil, gods and mortals. This reputation persists today, with many travelers falling in love with the island’s intricate temple carvings, dance performances, colorful sarongs and handicrafts.

When you combine a love of arts with world-class beaches and deliciously fiery sambals, it’s no surprise Bali’s tourism industry is soaring. It’s not unusual for someone to ask you whether this is your second, third or fourth visit to the island. Many locals rely on tourism to some extent, either by working as tour operators or running hotels, yoga studios, massage parlors, bars, cafes or restaurants.

The destination’s popularity with  Australians  means there’s a gradual cultural creep in larger cities like Seminyak, where Melbourne-style cafes and international clothing labels are particularly popular. If you escape the resorts and head further north from Denpasar, you’re more likely to encounter traditional warungs (eateries) and villages untouched by tourism sprawl.

One last word of advice: always watch where you put your feet. Locals will traditionally place small offerings on the footpaths outside their homes or businesses up to three times a day. 83.5% of the population identifies as Hindu and religion plays a large part in Balinese life. In fact, there is a small religious ceremony associated with just about every aspect of Balinese culture, whether it’s the beginning of a soccer game, celebrating the full moon or cleaning the house.

Food and drink

At first glance it might seem difficult to pinpoint Bali’s exact culinary identity. The mishmash of Indonesian and pan-Asian influences means you’re likely to come across menus that sometimes feel part Thai, Malaysian, Indian and Vietnamese. But no matter what you order, the food will always be fresh and bursting with flavor. Dishes are typically made fresh each day, with curries and pastes prepared by hand using traditional methods.

The most authentic food in Bali is usually found streetside at eateries called warungs. Warungs are common in every village and city, and a good place for a quick feed on a budget. Many will specialize in a small menu of popular local dishes.

Top foods to try in Bali

Babi guling:  This is slow cooking Balinese-style. A whole pig is stuffed with chilli, turmeric, ginger, galangal, shallots, garlic, coriander seeds and aromatic leaves and rotated over an open fire. This dish is commonly seen at celebrations.

Satay:  Sometimes spelt ‘sate’ on local menus, Indonesia is famous for its tasty meat skewers (usually chicken) cooked over hot coals and slathered in moreish peanut sauce.

Nasi campur:  Nasi campur feels like a bit of a buffet. Your plate typically comes with a scoop of nasi putih accompanied by small portions of a number of other dishes, including meats, vegetables, peanuts, eggs, and fried-shrimp krupuk.

Nasi goreng:  The old favorite among tertiary students is nothing like the local version. Nasi goreng, literally meaning "fried rice”, is a popular rice dish with pieces of meat and vegetables, and a fried egg added on top.

Sambal:  A fiery paste made using a chili base smashed with secondary ingredients like shrimp paste, fish sauce, garlic, ginger, shallot, scallion, palm sugar, lime juice, and rice vinegar.

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Eating vegetarian in Bali

Going vegetarian is relatively easy in Bali as many dishes are already meat-free. Tofu and tempeh are also a standard part of the local diet. Key vegetarian dishes to look out for include nasi saur (rice flavored with toasted coconut and accompanied by tofu, tempeh, vegetables and sometimes egg), urap (steamed vegetables mixed with grated coconut and spices), gado gado (tofu and tempeh mixed with steamed vegetables, boiled egg and peanut sauce) and sayur hijau (leafy green vegetables, usually kangkung – water spinach – flavored with a tomato-chilli sauce).

The abundance of fresh fruits in Bali means you can buy fresh coconuts and juices (or fruity cocktails) almost anywhere you go. If you're looking for something with a bit more punch then you could order a Bintang, the national larger or maybe arak – a local liquor made from fermented rice and coconut palm flowers.

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Festivals and events

Many festivals in the Balinese calendar revolve around religious and spiritual occasions marked by periods of prayer or silence, and followed by lots of festivities and feasting. Some festivals might be inconvenient for travelers, such as the Day of Silence, but they’re also a great opportunity to gain an insight into local life that many don’t get to see.

Multiple surf contests are held throughout the year at different times and in different places. Check with local surfing schools for up to date information.

Top festivals in Bali

Nyepi (Day of Silence):  Bali’s major Hindu festival, Nyepi, or the Day of Silence, celebrates the beginning of a new year and is marked by inactivity. Legends say that this is a strategy to convince evil spirits that Bali is uninhabited and therefore not worthy of visiting! Jokes on them. The day involves prayer, meditation and quiet reflection.

Bali Arts Festival:  For an island with a strong history of cultural arts, it’s no surprise the Bali Arts Festival has pride of place in the annual calendar. Based at the Taman Wedhi Budaya arts center in Denpasar, travelers can see village-based dance groups competing for local pride across several traditional dance categories. The date changes each year but is typically held between mid-June to mid-July.

Bali Kite Festival:  From July to October, the skies of southern Bali fill with huge, colorful monsters, critters and imaginative creations. Scores of kites are launched by the locals as part of this special spiritual event. It is believed the kites urge the gods to provide abundant harvests.

Indonesian Independence Day:  Held on 17 August each year, this day celebrates Indonesia's independence from the Dutch in 1945. Expect to see legions of marching school children, flags, kites and fireworks. Don’t expect to get anywhere quickly either on the day or the days leading up to it.

Galungan and Kuningan:  Galungan celebrates the death of a legendary tyrant called Mayadenawa. The celebrations come to a head with the Kuningan festival, which is when the Balinese say thanks and goodbye to the gods. The exact dates of these two festivals vary as they are planned using the 210-day wuku (or Pawukon) calendar.

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Geography and environment

Bali is undoubtedly Indonesia’s most popular province thanks to its abundance of beautiful beaches, leafy jungles and impressive mountains. Located just east of Java and west of Lombok, the Bali province includes not only the island of Bali but also a few of the smaller neighboring islands, such as Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.

Bali's highest mountain is Mt Agung (3,031 m, 9,944 ft), which is also known as the "Mother Mountain”. One of the other popular volcanoes on the island is Mt Batur. Both of these volcanoes have contributed to Bali’s incredibly fertile soil, which has allowed the rice crop trade to flourish.

Bali is located just 8 degrees south of the equator, which means it enjoys a fairly even climate year-round. The average year-round temperature hovers around 86°F, with a humidity level of about 85%. It's also surrounded by coral reefs and is part of the Coral Triangle, an area with the highest biodiversity of marine species. Over 500 reef-building coral species can be found here, which is seven times the entire Caribbean.

Bali’s problems with environmental pollution are well-documented, and it’s fair to say that the nearly 5.7 million tourists who visit annually are contributing their fair share. In late 2017, Indonesian officials declared a “garbage emergency” after a tide of plastic washed up a 5.8 kilometer (3.6 mile) stretch of coastline. We encourage all travelers to carry a reusable plastic bottle with them, a reusable tote bag for carrying items and to try and minimize their use of plastics wherever possible.

While you’ll find many of the main tourism hubs, like Seminyak and Kuta, filled with international fashion labels, there are also many local boutiques offering a wide variety of hand-made goods. These include traditional wood carvings (and even some famously phallic bottle openers), silver jewelry, colorful sarongs, eco-friendly bags, bamboo satchels, recycled furniture and a near limitless range of body oils and fragrances. Of course, if you’re looking for a traditional ‘I Heart Bali’ t-shirt or Bintang singlet, these are never in short supply either.

Like many parts of South East Asia, bargaining is a big part of the local shopping experience. Getting a good price comes down to how well you can haggle, but it’s important to have fun, bargain in good faith, and remember to smile. You’ll usually find better prices, and more negotiable shop owners, away from the main tourist strips.

Health & safety

Intrepid Travel treats the health and safety of its travelers seriously and takes every measure to ensure that trips are safe, fun and enjoyable for everyone. We recommend that all travelers check with their government or national travel advisory organization for the latest information before departure:

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The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information. Go to:  WHO.INT

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When is the best time to visit Bali?

Sitting a snug 8 degrees from the equator, Bali’s climate is classic tropics. There’s a dry season and a rainy season, and not a whole lot in between.

The best time for a Bali tour (weather-wise) is the July to August peak season, or from December to the first week of January.

Although if you’d like to avoid the crowds (and why wouldn’t you) shoulder months like April, May, June and September make an excellent alternative.

The weather is dry and slightly less humid, and the island in general is a lot more relaxed.

October isn’t too bad either, especially if you’re into water sports like scuba diving, surfing or snorkeling (the rainfall is much lighter than in November).

Do you need a visa for a Bali tour?

The short answer is maybe – depending on your nationality. Passport holders from over 60 countries (including the   UK ,   Australia   and the   United States ) can enter Indonesia with a free tourist visa on arrival which allows you to stay for 30 days for tourism purposes. An immigration officer will date stamp your passport when you arrive and you will not be able to extend your stay. If you overstay there are hefty fines of IDR 1,000,000 (approximately 70 USD) per day.

If there's a chance you might want to stay longer than 30 days, you'll need to pay for a visa on arrival or apply for one prior to traveling at an overseas Indonesian consulate or embassy.

To enter Bali, you’ll need to meet the following requirements:

  • proof of onward or return ticket
  • proof of funds to pay for your expenses during your trip
  • completed immigration card (this will usually be given to you on the plane or at the arrival terminal)

Local laws require that you must be able to show your valid passport at any time when required to do so by an immigration office. We recommend taking a clear photocopy of your passport photo page, and visa (after arriving), to carry with you.

This page is for general information only and may be subject to change. It is your responsibility to obtain relevant visa and travel information required for entry, departure and travel to each country or region you visit on your trip. You should confirm these with the relevant embassies and/or consulates. 

Last updated: 27 June 2023 

Should I tip on a Bali tour?

Tipping isn’t compulsory in Bali, or anywhere else in Indonesia. But, like most countries, it’s very much appreciated.

Remember that many Balinese rely on tourism as a main source of income, and a tip is always appreciated.

What is the internet access like in Bali?

In tourist centers like Kuta, Seminyak, Denpasar, and Lovina internet access should be fine, and there will be plenty of internet cafes (or cafes with free internet) to choose from if your Wi-Fi isn’t up to scratch.

In more rural areas, there could be little or no coverage, particularly during homestays. Just remember to plan ahead. 

What are the toilets like in Bali?

Restaurants and hotels in developed tourist centers will have Western-style flush toilets.

In more rural areas the traditional squat toilet will be more common.

We recommend packing a bottle of hand sanitizer if you plan to visit rural parts of Bali.

What will it cost for a...?

Indonesia is one of the world's favorite budget travel destinations. Here's what you can roughly expect to pay for a:

  • Street food snack = 0.15c USD
  • Fresh juice = 0.40c USD
  • Bottle of beer in a bar = 1.50 USD
  • Souvenir sarong = 1.80 USD
  • Dinner in a restaurant = 3 USD

Can I drink the water on a Bali tour?

Drinking water from taps isn’t recommended in Indonesia, but for environmental reasons try to avoid buying bottled water every day. There are a number of filtered canteens you can purchase or bring a supply of water filtration tablets that you can drop into your bottle wherever you go.

If you’re traveling on an Intrepid Travel trip, we always carry with us a large drum of water in our truck to refill your bottles on the road. Our hotel operators will also provide water free of charge to refill your bottles.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Bali?

Major credit cards are widely accepted by large shops, hotels and restaurants in Bali.

T hey may not be accepted by smaller vendors such as small family restaurants, market stalls or in remote towns and rural areas.

Make sure you carry enough cash for purchases since credit cards aren't always an option everywhere in Bali.

What is ATM access like in Indonesia?

ATMs are found widely throughout Bali, so withdrawing cash shouldn't be problematic in most areas. Some smaller villages and rural areas may not have ATM access, so be prepared for this before venturing too far from a city or major town.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

What public holidays are celebrated in Bali?

Public holidays may vary from year to year. Find out more information on current public holidays in Bali.

Are Intrepid trips accessible for travelers with disabilities?

We are committed to making travel widely  accessible , regardless of ability or disability. We do our best to help you see the world, regardless of physical or mental limitations. 

We are always happy to talk to travelers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them toward the most suitable itinerary for their needs and, where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

Is Bali safe for LGBTQIA+ travelers?

Homosexuality is legal in most of Indonesia, however, revisions to Indonesia’s criminal code are currently being considered that would criminalize gay sex and same-sex relationships. Advocacy groups fear this would represent a profound setback to human rights in Indonesia as a result. The LGBTQIA+ community has also been known to be targeted and harassed by police.

Bali, with its Hindu majority, has always been more liberal, tolerant and relaxed in attitude, however, public displays of affection are still not the norm for any couples anywhere in the country. Upscale hotels will likely not have any issues with same-sex travelers sharing a bed, however, if you are staying in budget or family-run businesses and are allocated separate beds, you might feel more comfortable not drawing attention to your relationship. 

Because sex, in general, is a taboo subject in Indonesian society, the issue of sexuality is unlikely to arise while traveling here. Indonesia is generally safe for queer travelers, provided you are willing to be discreet and cautious with public behavior.

For more detailed and up-to-date advice, we recommend visiting  Equaldex  or  ILGA  before you travel. 

BALI TRAVEL GUIDE with Sample Itinerary & Budget

BALI TRAVEL GUIDE with Sample Itinerary & Budget

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When I think of Bali, the first word that comes to mind is “honeymoon”.

After all, in the book and movie “Eat Pray Love,” Bali represents love. And in many other films and TV shows, it is depicted as a romantic setting. Growing up, I always imagined it as a destination mainly for special celebrations. Back then, there were no direct flights from where I’m from to this Indonesian paradise. At least, no low-cost flights. A trip to Bali was a trip that you prepare for, you save a lot for. Of course, a lot has changed since.

Today, most of us know that Bali is not just a lover’s paradise. The island has something for travelers seeking nature, culture, and adventure. It is also an ideal choice for family trips, solo travels, group holidays, and even company incentive tours.



Bali is Indonesia’s most famous tourist destination. The tourism industry is the province’s main source of income, fueled by tourism-related businesses like hotels and resorts, tour agencies and operators, etc.

Aside from making up the majority of the province’s economy, tourism also led to the development of more sophisticated arts and crafts. It also revived some of the traditional dances and customs that are otherwise left buried and forgotten. Natural attractions also abound in Bali — both on land and underwater. Rice terraces, mountains, islands, beaches, jungles, caves, waves, and marine life are the draw for the adventurous. All these and more propelled Bali to rise as one of the world’s top destinations.

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Essential Information:

  • Language: The most widely spoken languages are Indonesian/Bahasa Indonesia and Balinese. Most people understand and speak English too.
  • Religion: Over 80% of the residents practice Balinese Hinduism, which is unique in Indonesia, a predominantly Muslim country. It is important to be respectful of their way of life, especially when visiting spiritual sites like temples. The island also observes Nyepi Day (Day of Silence), which we will discuss below.
  • Time Zone: GMT+8 (Central Indonesia Time). Bali is in the same time zone as Manila, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur; and an hour ahead of Jakarta.
  • Currency: Indonesian Rupiah (IDR, Rp). USD 1 is around IDR 14,000; PHP 1 is around IDR 278; EUR 1 is around IDR 15,500 (as of November 2019)
  • Modes of Payment: Most of the stores and restaurants transact in Rupiah, but major credit cards are accepted by most hotels, fine-dining restaurants, and souvenir shops. I noticed that quite a number of establishments have large signs that say they prefer Mastercard. Others like Visa and American Express are accepted too.


Bali Province is composed of Bali Island and other smaller islands clustered on the southeast portion, namely Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Lembongan. The city of Denpasar is the provincial capital.

Bali has the most diverse options in Indonesia when it comes to accommodations. There are guesthouses, inns ( losmens ), hostels, budget hotels, high-end hotels, resorts, and villas.

The island can be split into four regions: South, North, Central/East, and West Bali. Although it is possible to stay in other regions, the southern portion is the most popular tourist hub. The majority of the accommodations, restaurants, cafes, bars, shopping areas, and attractions are located here.

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As you can see on the map, most of the island’s tourist attractions can be found in the South. Most visitors choose to stay in the south because of the tourist-friendly services and amenities. Furthermore, it’s accessibility makes it a good base and jump-off point to other tourist destinations in Bali. For me, the most ideal places to stay in the south are the following:

  • Seminyak. Seminyak is located further north of Kuta. It is like the high-end version of Kuta. Seminyak has plenty of luxury hotels, villas, and spa resorts.
  • Legian. Legian is a suburb located between Kuta and Seminyak. It offers the best of both worlds — budget and luxury. This area is tamer compared to both Kuta and Seminyak.
  • Kuta. Kuta District in Badung Regency has the highest concentration of accommodations in Bali. Although there are high-end hotels here, the town is known for its budget- and backpacker-friendly accommodations.

But if you’re after peace of mind or a more cultural experience, Ubud in Central/East region is also a great choice. It’s not as accessible as the beach towns, but it offers a relaxing Balinese getaway.

We’ve discussed these areas in detail in a separate article: BEST AREAS TO STAY IN BALI!

Top Budget Hotels in Kuta

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How to get to bali.

The primary gateway to Bali is Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar Airport or Bali Airport. It is situated in the southern part of the island near the capital, Denpasar, and located between Kuta and Jimbaran. The airport is one of the busiest in Indonesia and connects to major cities and airports, both domestic and international.

Manila is directly connected to Bali. The travel duration between Manila and Bali is approximately four (4) hours.

Travelers arriving in Bali are requested to fill out two forms: Custom Declaration Form and the yellow Health Declaration Form . No need for Arrival Card. If you are arriving as a family, you need to fill out only one Custom Declaration Form. Our forms were given to us onboard.

Bali Airport to Kuta, Legian, Seminyak or Canggu

A majority of tourists choose these four areas as their bases: Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, and Canggu. All of them are located north of the airport on the southwest coast of Bali. Estimated travel duration:

  • To Kuta – 30 minutes
  • To Legian – 1 hour
  • To Seminyak – 1 hour
  • To Canggu – 1.5 hours

Here are your options for the mode of transportation from the airport to any of these tourist areas:

  • Arranged Transport Services (Example: hotel service and tour operators)
  • Airport Taxi
  • Metered Taxi
  • Ride-sharing Apps
  • Public Transportation (Example: Angkot/Bemo and Trans Sarbagita)
  • Tourist Shuttle (Example: Kura Kura Bus and Perama Bus)
  • Online Booking

For the detailed post on how to get to Bali and its tourist centers, we created a separate article for that. You may read it here: Bali Airport to the Tourist Centers.

If you’re a group, a convenient option to consider is a private transfer. An indication that it’s one of the most trusted airport transfer options is the significant number of Klook-affiliated drivers waiting at the Arrival Lobby. All of them, wearing the orange Klook uniform, are clustered in one area. Some transfer packages on Klook also include data SIM cards.

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There are choices aplenty for the modes of transportation to get around Bali. Here are your options:

  • Joining a group tour. Most tourists prefer to join group tours to get to famous attractions. These tours are offered by hotels, travel agencies and tour operators. You can also book the tour ahead online through Klook. We will tackle more of this later on the Things to Do in Bali section of this guide.

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  • Tourist Shuttle. Well, from the name itself, this option is more tourist-friendly than the regular public buses in Bali. These shuttles cover the main tourist destinations in Bali. Kura Kura Bus and Perama Bus are popular among tourists. To contact them, you may check their official websites and social media accounts. Kura Kura Bus has a mobile app too!
  • Regular Bus. Trans Sarbagita is Bali’s bus rapid system that serves mainly Denpasar and the southern Bali area. It has fixed routes but no fixed schedule. Other regular buses normally cover long-distance routes. The fare depends on your destination. However, this is not recommended to take if you are pressed for time.
  • Bemo or Angkot. These are local minivans. They are normally open and non-airconditioned. They look like vans but they work like Philippine’s jeepneys.
  • Taxi. For short-distance travel, tourists hop on a taxi. Taxis are relatively cheap in Bali compared to other countries. The meter starts at IDR 7,000 (PHP25/USD.50/EUR.45) and IDR 6,500 (PHP24/USD.46/EUR.42) per succeeding kilometer. As a rule of thumb, always insist on using the meter.
  • Ride-Sharing App. Or a ride-hailing app. This should be the most convenient option BUT it’s a bit tricky to use ride-sharing apps like GoJek and Grab in Bali. There are certain streets that don’t allow these vehicles to pass and certain hotels that discourage their guests from hailing a ride using the app.
  • Motorcycle or Car Rental. Some travelers who like to be in total control of their time and itinerary opt to rent a car or a motorcycle. A motorcycle is the main mode of transportation used by both locals and tourists. The tourist hubs are bombarded by lots of motorcycle-for-rent ads/signboards. The rental rates range from IDR 70,000 (PHP250/USD5/EUR4.5) to IDR 150,000 (PHP540/USD11/EUR10) per day, depending on the type of motorcycle.

Learn more about the rules when driving a car or motorcycle in Bali and other important details here: HOW TO GET AROUND BALI!


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There are many available local SIM and pocket WiFi rentals in Bali. You can also get your SIM card or pocket WiFi from Klook!

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Having a reliable internet connection while traveling is beneficial. It will help you save time and money as you explore. You can access Google Maps, a language translation app, and the currency conversion app. And should you decide to book tours or private car with a driver, you can communicate with the local drivers, tour operators, and tour guides via online messaging apps.


The good news is, Bali has a lot to offer. A LOT. You’ll never run out of things to do and places to discover even if you stay for weeks. I have friends who are now based in Bali and they still haven’t explored many parts of the island.

The bad news is, well, Bali has a lot to offer. With so many options, it can be quite challenging to pick attractions and activities, especially if you have limited time. If you’re building a Bali itinerary, it will help to look at them as tour packages. Many tours bundle tourist sites according to proximity (attractions closer to each other) or according to your interests. You’re in Bali to see the temples? There are tours for that. Food? There are tours for that. Beaches and waterfalls? There are tours for that. Instagrammable spots? You bet there are tours for that, too!

Important! If you’re booking multiple pre-arranged tours, compare itineraries first and check if there are repetitive items. You probably don’t want to visit the same attraction twice.

Bali Instagram Tour

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For Instagrammers, Bali is the promised land. Its every nook and cranny has an Insta-worthy spot. No wonder a lot of Instagram tours have sprouted over the past few years. If you’re the type who always wants the most memorable photos from your trips, this may be for you.

Klook offers a tour that will take you to the island’s most Instagrammable spots with a professional photographer to ensure you have pictures worth sharing. The tour package includes hotel pickup and drop-off, English-speaking driver, entrance fees, parking fees, and service fee for the photographer. My only request is, take some time to appreciate each of the spots you will visit and experience them fully, not just as a backdrop.

Anyway, you can choose between BALI IG TOUR, NORTH BALI IG TOUR, and UBUD IG TOUR.

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Lempuyang Temple and East Bali Tour

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You might recognize Lempuyang Temple by its iconic, Instagram-worthy Gate of Heaven , which frames the majestic Mt. Agung in the background. But this temple, more formally called Pura Penataran Agung Lempuyang, is definitely more than just a selfie spot. Standing on the slope of Mount Lempuyang, it is one of the six holiest places in Bali, which are believed to maintain the spiritual balance in the island.

If you want to take the photo at the Gate of Heaven, prepare to wait for a long time, unless you’re visiting early. You can book a private SUNRISE TOUR on Klook, which also includes a stop at Virgin Beach and Asah Hill. Sunset tour is also available.

If you’re not the early morning type, you can also book a regular DAY TOUR with stops at Tirta Gangga and Taman Ujung water palaces. Join-in and private options are available for this.

Important! If you’re also going to book the BALI INSTAGRAM TOUR (see above), these tours might feel repetitive because they both make a stop at Lempuyang Temple. It’s best to choose just one.

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Ubud and Central Bali Tour

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Ubud is the heart and soul of Bali. Although it has become busier as more tourists flood in over the years, it remains the island’s cultural core. It has a lot to offer: breathtaking scenery, nature, temples, and the traditional Balinese way of life. Although it is possible to stay in Ubud, most tourists visit only on a day tour. Klook has a lot of Ubud offers, but the two with the best itineraries are the following: a join-in shuttle service and a private tour package .

JOIN-IN SHUTTLE SERVICE The shuttle service includes only the transfers for the full day, driver fee, and insurance, but NOT the entrance fees. It does not include hotel pickup or drop-off. You will need to meet up with the driver. There are meetup locations in Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Ubud, and Sanur. This is a join-in tour, so you will be sharing the vehicle with other tourists.

Here are the stops and the corresponding entrance fees (which you will need to pay for at the site).

  • Tegenungan Waterfall – IDR 15,000
  • Sacred Monkey Forest – IDR 80,000
  • Ubud Art Market or Ubud Royal Palace
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace – IDR 20,000
  • Swing at Alas Harum – IDR 150,000 to 300,000

PRIVATE TOUR PACKAGE This is a private tour that includes hotel pick-up and drop off, transfers and driver fee, all entrance fees, and a bottled water. What’s not included is the optional swing fee. The places to be visited are the same as the shuttle service but with additional stops at Tirta Empul Holy Springs and Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah). Here are the usual stops:

  • Tegenungan Waterfall
  • Elephant Cave
  • Tirta Empul Holy Springs
  • Tegalalang Rice Terrace (optional jungle swing experience)
  • Ubud Monkey Forest
  • Ubud Art Market

Because it’s a private tour, the price per person depends on how many you are in the group.

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Nusa Penida Tour

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Nusa Penida is a breathtaking island off the southeastern coast of Bali. It is best known for the dinosaur-shaped Kilingking Beach, which is just one of its many spectacular sights. Nusa Penida tours are categorized into three: West, East, and South. Here are the main stops per tour:

  • West Tour: Kilingking Beach, Angel’s Billabong, Broken Beach, Crystal Bay
  • East Tour: Teletubbies Hills, Thousand Island viewpoint, Tree House, Diamond Beach, Atuh Beach
  • South Tour: Tembeling Beach, Banah Cliff

If you don’t know how to drive, you have two options. You can travel on your own to Sanur Harbor, where you’ll catch the boat to Nusa Penida. Once on the island, you can charter a private car with driver. You can book with Klook. See link below.

The second option is to join a group tour from your hotel in Kuta, Denpasar or Seminyak. They will pick you up at your hotel, transfer you to Sanur Harbor, get you on the boat to Nusa Penida, tour you around the island, and take you back to the hotel at the end of the day. It’s more expensive but hassle-free because you don’t need to worry about anything.

If you do know how to drive and you have a license, you can also rent a motorcycle or car on the island.

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Uluwatu Temple

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Pura Luhur Uluwatu is a Hindu sea temple that sits atop a cliff. It is one of the six key temples that make Bali’s spiritual pillars. The main temple is open only to worshipers. However, visitors are treated to a spectacular view of the sea from outside the temple.

The temple ground is visited by monkeys dwelling in the forest that surrounds it. These monkeys are known to snatch things from visitors so take care of your belongings, especially your accessories like sunglasses. There’s a cliffside pathway also that gives visitors different viewing points of the Indian Ocean, the tides, and the sunset. You need to wear sarong and sash to enter the temple ground. These are provided at the temple for free. The best time to go is early afternoon, just before the crowd thickens, as it is one of the best places to see the sunset on the island. In fact, the famous Kecak Dance, a Balinese art form, is performed daily starting at dusk, affording the audience to watch two beautiful masterpieces — the dance and the sunset.

At around 6 PM, Kecak (pronounced “ke-chak”) Dance is performed daily on a cliffside open-air venue within the temple grounds of Uluwatu Temple. It is based on the epic Ramayana, focusing on how Rama and his brother rescued his abducted wife, Sita, with the help of the monkey king and his troops.

Kecak Dance is characterized by the chanting and dancing of 75 men while the performers re-enact some of the scenes from the epic tale. It is recommended to go there early at least an hour ahead to secure a good spot. You can purchase your ticket in advance too.

  • Admission Fee: IDR 30,000
  • Kecak Dance Fee: IDR 100,000
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM; 24/7 for worshipers
  • Kecak Dance Schedule: Starts at 6:00 PM daily

Lines can be too long. But you can book your ticket in advance through Klook. You can also join a tour which includes a Kecak Dance ticket via Klook. The tour package includes roundtrip transfers (hotel pick up and drop off). If you’re a private group, the itinerary also includes a stop at Padang-Padang Beach .

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Ulun Danu Beratan, Jatiluwih Rice Terraces, and Tanah Lot Tour

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This tour features three of Bali’s most iconic sites:

  • Ulundanu Beratan Temple. Located on the shores of Lake Bratan in Tabanan, this is a major Hindu Shaivite water temple. Just like the other water temples Uluwatu and Tanah Lot, Ulun Danu Beratan offers a dreamy tableau when the tide is high and the lake water borders the temple on all sides.
  • Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. Bali’s map is striped by a lot of terraced hills, but this is one of the best representations of Bali’s Cultural Landscape, which was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Tanah Lot. One of the icons of Bali, Tanah Lot is a temple perched on an islet, 300 meters off the coast of Beraban, Kederi in Tabanan. The actual temple is open to worshipers only, but visitors can enjoy the scenic setting. Best enjoyed at sunset!

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Bali Food Tour

One of the ways to immerse yourself in the culture of the place is through the local cuisine. Indonesian food is generally spicy; Bali is not an exception. Here are some dishes to dig into when in Bali.

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  • Ayam/Bebek Betutu. This is a spicy smoked chicken or duck seasoned with bumbu betutu (spicy paste) served with mixed veggies, rice, and sambal.
  • Bebek Bengil/Goreng. This is a crispy duck marinated in Indonesian spices, then steamed, and finally fried.
  • Sate. Pork satay or chicken satay are common, but lamb satay is also available.
  • Babi Guling. This is like Philippine’s lechon . Also called Balinese suckling pig, Babi Guling is usually served with stewed vegetables, rice, crispy pork skin, and pork sausages. The pig is seasoned with local spices so it’s spicy.

You can join organized food tours not just to have a taste of Balinese food but also learn about them. There are 2 foodie tours available on Klook: a more general food tour and a street food tour.

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Other Places to Visit in Bali

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Here are other tourist attractions in Bali.

  • Seminyak. Seminyak is Kuta’s less popular but cleaner, calmer and classier seatmate. It is lined with high-end shops, chic bars, and trendy spots. Like Kuta, it is a surfer’s paradise. It’s also located along the same coast, so they share the same view of the sunset.
  • Kuta Beach. Also called Sunset Beach, it has fine cream-colored sand where tourists laze around or watch the sun go down. It’s also a popular surfing place and the epicenter of the island’s vibrant nightlife.

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  • Taman Ayun Temple. Taman Ayun means “Garden Temple in the Water”. The living legacy of the Mengwi Empire, this family temple is also one of the six royal temples in Bali. Admission Fee: IDR 20,000 Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Daily)
  • Saraswati Temple. Located in Ubud, Pura Taman Saraswati is another Hindu water temple. The most prominent feature is the foyer with lotus ponds. During the evening, a traditional dance performance is held at the open stage. Admission Fee: FREE Dance Performance: 7:30 PM, IDR 80,000/pax Opening Hours: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
  • Di Kubu Strawberry. A fruit farm in Tabanan Regency, where you can pick your own strawberries. The place also has a relaxing ambiance and presents a view of the lake too. Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
  • Sukawati Art Market. Locally called Pasar Seni Sukawati, it is said to be the most established art market in the island. It is where both locals and tourists shop; locals for their everyday needs, tourists for souvenirs. Opening Hours: 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM

If you want to see more places to visit or learn more about each item above, we created a separate, more detailed post for it. READ: PLACES TO VISIT IN BALI!


This is a sample 4-day 3-night Bali itinerary with budget breakdown.

As always, feel free to make necessary adjustments to match your flight schedules, hotel location, and preferences.

Easy Itinerary for 2 Pax

This is a comfortable itinerary that entails booking organized tours with Klook. It assumes you’re a group of 2 pax , splitting the cost of transportation and some tours. The costs indicated below are per person .

For this itinerary, we set the food budget to Rp 100,000 per meal per person. In reality, you can easily find dishes at a much lower price. A meal from a warung (local food stall) can go as low as Rp25,000. But we want it to be more flexible. You can use the leftover money as your budget for your snacks that day or breakfast the next day.

DAY 1 – ULUWATU TOUR 07:50 am – Arrival in Bali 09:00 am – Taxi/Grab to hotel, Rp35,000/pax 09:30 am – Baggage drop or check-in (if possible) 10:00 am – Explore Kuta Beach 12:00 pm – Lunch, Rp100,000 01:00 pm – Walk back to hotel 02:00 pm – Uluwatu Tour, Rp390,000 08:30 pm – Dinner, Rp100,000 10:00 pm – Back to hotel

DAY 2 – INSTAGRAM TOUR 04:00 am – Wake up call 05:00 am – Bali Instagram Tour, Rp605,000 + Lunch, Rp100,000 + Swing, Rp150,000 06:30 pm – Back to hotel, freshen up 07:30 pm – Dinner, Rp100,000 09:00 pm – Back to hotel

DAY 3 – NUSA PENIDA TOUR 06:00 am – Wake up call 07:00 am – Nusa Penida Tour, Rp610,000 + Lunch, Rp100,000 06:00 pm – Back to hotel, freshen up 07:00 pm – Dinner, Rp100,000 09:00 pm – Back to hotel, pack

DAY 4 – DEPARTURE 03:30 am – Wake up call 04:30 am – Hotel check out 05:00 am – Airport transfer, Rp35,000/pax 05:35 am – Flight check in 08:35 am – Fly out

If you’re able to book a twin/double room at a hotel for Rp360,000 per night, the itinerary above will cost you Rp3,300,000 (USD236, EUR213, SGD320, PHP12,000) per person, excluding airfare, travel tax and tips, but including some allowance to cover incidental expenses, future price movements, and other possible expenses we might have missed.

Note that you can significantly reduce this further if you’re part of a bigger group or if you’re willing to rent a motorcycle instead of joining tours.

Budget Itinerary for 4 Pax

This itinerary is best for friends traveling together because it assumes you’re a group of four.

If you’re traveling solo, you can form a group with other backpackers and split the cost of transportation.

For this itinerary, we lowered the food budget to only Rp70,000 per meal, which can still afford you a full meal from a warung (local food stalls) and other cheaper establishments.

DAY 1 – SEMINYAK & KUTA 07:50 am – Arrival in Bali 09:00 am – Taxi/Grab to hotel, Rp20,000/pax 09:30 am – Baggage drop or check-in (if possible) 10:00 am – Taxi to Seminyak, Rp15,000/pax 12:00 pm – Lunch, Rp70,000 02:00 pm – Continue exploring Seminyak 03:00 pm – Taxi to hotel, Rp20,000/pax 03:15 pm – Hotel check in, freshen up 04:30 pm – Explore Kuta 05:40 pm – Watch sunset from beach bar + Food & drinks budget, Rp200,000 08:30 pm – Back to hotel

DAY 2 – UBUD TOUR 07:00 am – Wake up call 08:00 am – Walk or taxi to meet up point, Rp15,000/pax 08:30 am – Ubud Sightseeing Shuttle, Rp105,000 + Lunch, Rp70,000 + Tegenungan Waterfall – Rp15,000 + Sacred Monkey Forest – Rp80,000 + Ubud Art Market or Ubud Royal Palace + Tegalalang Rice Terrace – Rp20,000 + Swing at Alas Harum – Rp150,000 06:00 pm – Back to Kuta 06:30 pm – Dinner, Rp70,000 07:30 pm – Walk back to hotel 08:00 pm – Rest

DAY 3 – EAST BALI 05:00 am – Wake up call 06:00 am – Start Private Car Tour, Rp125,000/pax 08:10 am – Lempuyang Temple, Free entrance + Sarong rental: Rp10,000/pax + Donation, Rp10,000/pax 10:30 am – Drive to Tirta Gangga 11:00 am – Tirta Gangga, Rp30,000 11:45 am – Lunch, Rp70,000 12:30 pm – Drive to Tukad Cepung Falls 02:00 pm – Tukad Cepung Waterfall, Rp10,000 04:00 pm – Drive to hotel 05:30 pm – Back to hotel + Tip driver, Rp20,000/pax 05:45 pm – Rest, freshen up 07:30 pm – Dinner, Rp70,000/pax 09:30 pm – Back to hotel, pack

DAY 4 – DEPARTURE 03:30 am – Wake up call 04:30 am – Hotel check out 05:00 am – Airport transfer, Rp20,000/pax 05:35 am – Flight check in 08:35 am – Fly out

If you are able to book a dorm bed for Rp140,000 a night, the itinerary above will set you back Rp1,900,000 (USD138, EUR125, SGD187, PHP6,900) per person, excluding airfare and travel tax, but including some allowance to cover incidental expenses, future price movements, and other possible expenses we might have missed.


  • Try a warung in your area for authentic and delicious but budget-friendly meals. A warung is a local food stall, usually serving traditional Indonesian cuisine. You can have a tasty dish for only Rp15,000. Some dishes are more expensive, some are cheaper.
  • When paying using credit cards, note that most have 3-5% surcharge. Always check with the restaurant or the business establishment you are transacting with.
  • Indonesians are friendly and hospitable. Most can speak and understand English, so don’t hesitate to ask if you get lost.
  • Have enough cash on hand, especially if you are traveling to remote areas or the southeastern islands. You might have a hard time finding ATMs or even transact using your credit card when you go to these far-flung places.
  • Purchase travel insurance. As we always recommend our readers, this is something you won’t need to use but you’ll be grateful you did in case something happens.
  • If you are staying in Ubud, keep in mind that some taxis will charge big because, by certain regulations, they are not permitted to pick up passengers, only drop them off. Also, ride-sharing service is not allowed in Ubud. You might want to book your airport transfer to and from Ubud through Klook.
  • Always insist on using the meter when riding a taxi.
  • It’s best to carry small bills with you should you decide to take the taxi so you can pay the exact fare and not fall for the rampant no-change excuse.
  • Wear sash and sarong inside the Hindu temples. These are normally provided by the temple management.
  • Strict observance of Nyepi Day. Nyepi Day or Day of Silence is an important public holiday in Bali, celebrated every Saka New Year. It is observed by fasting and meditating and doing less or nothing at all. The observance period is 6AM – 6AM (the next day). During this time frame, locals AND tourists are expected to follow the restrictions such as no working, no lighting of fires, no lights (or used rarely), no traveling, and no entertainment. For some, they can even go with no talking. Even Bali Airport is closed the entire day. No one is allowed outside the streets except the security people and when there’s an emergency. Nyepi Day usually happens in March.
  • Galungan. It happens twice per year (every six months). It is characterized by bamboo poles with offerings attached at the end.


When is the best time to go to bali.

April, May, June — just before the peak season.

The peak or high season is from July to early September. These are driest months. But it’s also the busiest, most crowded. It coincides with Australian winter, and many of them escape the cold to Bali. Late September is also a good time to visit, when the crowds start to thin.

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Christmas and New Year seasons (December-January) are also busy months for Bali. Expect airfare, hotel rates, restaurants, tours, and other services to skyrocket.

Lean months are February to June and October to November. Prices are cheaper and the tourist attractions are less crowded, but these months also record the highest rainfall.

Bali has a tropical climate; hot and humid all year round, especially in the coastal and low areas. Elevated and mountainous Central Bali area has a cooler temperature.

Do I need a visa to visit Bali?

Indonesia is one of the most open countries in terms of visa policies. Citizens of 170 countries and territories, the Philippines included, can visit Indonesia VISA-FREE for stays of up to 30 days.

To be sure that your country is included in the visa-exempt countries, check the website of the Indonesian Embassy where you are or contact them.

Do I need polio vaccine to visit Bali?

Recently, Indonesia has required a Polio Vaccination certificate from certain nationalities who wish to travel to Indonesia.

For travelers from the Philippines, you only need to secure a Polio Vaccination Certificate IF you are planning to stay for FOUR WEEKS or longer. If you fall under this category and you don’t have said immunization requirement, Indonesia’s Port Health Office at the port of entry will give you polio vaccination. A fee of Rp45,000 (PhP165) will be charged.

What plug type is used in Bali?

Types C and F. Most establishments have two-pin round plugs at 220 V and 50 Hz.

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Where can I exchange my money in Bali?

Our preferred method of securing local currency is by withdrawing from the ATM. Most ATMs, however, have a withdrawal limit of Rp2 million to 2.5 million.

For tourist hotspots like Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud, money exchange kiosks in Bali are plenty. You can also exchange at banks. Some hotel fronts also have money exchange stalls installed.

If you transact with money changers, check their online reviews first and check the rates carefully because some establishments have records of scamming tourists.

Where can I find ATMs in Bali?

ATMs abound in Bali, particularly the most visited areas. Choose the safest place to transact, usually well-lit areas like malls and commercial complexes or those attached to the bank establishments. Bank Central Asia (BCA), Bank Mandiri, and Bank Negara Indonesia (BNI) are some of the most trusted ATMs to withdraw money from. Other shopping malls provide international ATMs like HSBC.

ATMs in Bali dispense Rp50,000 and/or Rp100,000 notes. The withdrawal limit is usually Rp2 million or 2.5 million.

Is it safe in Bali?

It is generally safe in Bali. Just like in other foreign countries, there are scams so you need to be aware of the correct rates and prices. Be mindful of your surroundings and keep an eye on your belongings as always. Bali also has world-class yet relatively inexpensive hospitals and medical services. Know the local emergency services contacts such as the ambulance, the fire department, and the police.

Additional words by Yosh Dimen Additional photos by Kara Santos, Glenn Ituriaga, and Klook

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Great article, will try after the pandemic.


Hey, I have been to Bali and it proved out a bit costly to me. Next time i visit the same place again i will make sure i follow your post. Thanks

Manvendra Mahra

once this corona time is over. Bali is 1st on my list.

Komodo Tours

I just say your blog, very good! Thank you so much for writing about bali. It was 4 years ago, I used to live there, but now I am back home to my home island to help my local village. Covid hurt tourism, so we are trying to tell people to come and support local villages. Thank you blessing. 


Thank you, this is very helpful. I wish to visit Bali in the future, for now, just doing Google walk of one of the itineraries you have provided.

Nikola Webster

Hi there, We were in Bali Nov 2019, it was our last international trip before everything shut down :( I love the suggested itinerary and I love how you included a guide on the electric plugs – I’ve never seen that before. Nikki

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  • 06.30 AM — Depart from your hotel and head to the harbor for a scenic speedboat journey to Nusa Penida.
  • 07.30 AM — Arrive at Sanur beach
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  • 08.30 AM — Arrive at Nusa Penida Island
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  • 09.30 AM — Arrive at Angel’s Billabong
  • A natural tidal pool with stunning views of the coastline. Enjoy the chance to swim and relax in this mesmerizing location.
  • 10.30 AM — Arrive at Broken Beach
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  • 11.30 AM — Arrive at Kelingking Beach
  • Venture to the iconic Kelingking Beach, where the dramatic cliff formation resembling a majestic dinosaur captures your imagination. Absorb panoramic vistas of the azure waters from the viewpoint.
  • 01.30 PM — Lunch at Local Resto
  • Recharge with a delightful lunch at a local restaurant. Savor traditional Balinese cuisine while enjoying views of the island.
  • 02.30 PM — Arrive at Crystal Bay
  • Discover the serene beauty of Crystal Bay, a tranquil cove renowned for its pristine beach and inviting waters. Relax on the soft sands or take a refreshing dip, embracing the soothing ambiance.
  • 04.30 PM — Teturn back to the Nusa Penida harbor
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  • 05.30 PM — Arrive at Sanur
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  • Keep in mind that Nusa Penida is still a fairly undeveloped island and lacks infrastructure. Some destinations require navigating bumpy dirt roads and even small pathways. Please consider this factor before booking the tour.
  • Review the physical requirements of the tour to ensure they match your fitness level. Some activities may involve walking, hiking, or other physical exertion.
  • Ensure your camera or smartphone is fully charged and has sufficient storage space for capturing the stunning sights and moments of your tour.
  • Approach the tour with an open heart and a positive mindset. Embrace new experiences, immerse yourself in the local culture, and savor every moment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the west nusa penida tour.

The West Nusa Penida Tour is a comprehensive guided tour that explores the stunning and diverse attractions on the western side of Nusa Penida Island, located off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. This tour is designed to provide visitors with an immersive experience of the island's natural beauty, cultural sites, and adventurous activities.

What are the main attractions included in the West Nusa Penida Tour?

The tour typically includes visits to iconic attractions such as Kelingking Beach, Angel's Billabong, Broken Beach, Crystal Bay, and the Kelingking Cliff viewpoint. These locations showcase the island's breathtaking landscapes, unique rock formations, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant marine life.

What is the West Nusa Penida Tour and what makes it unique?

The West Nusa Penida Tour is a meticulously curated exploration of the western region of Nusa Penida Island, an exquisite gem located southeast of Bali, Indonesia. Distinguished by its rugged charm and pristine landscapes, this tour provides an opportunity for travelers to uncover the hidden wonders of an unspoiled paradise. Its uniqueness lies in the chance to witness awe-inspiring natural formations, engage in exhilarating activities, and immerse in the local culture, all within a single day.

What does the day-long itinerary look like?

The tour's itinerary is a carefully orchestrated sequence of experiences. The day typically begins with an early morning pick-up from your accommodation in Bali, followed by a ferry ride to Nusa Penida. Upon arrival, the adventure commences, taking you through each attraction, allowing time for exploration, admiration, and, in the case of snorkeling, immersion in the island's aquatic realm. A delectable Indonesian lunch is included, providing a moment of culinary delight amidst the day's exploration.

How does the tour ensure the well-being of participants during physical activities?

While the tour does involve some physical activities, such as hiking to viewpoints and navigating natural terrain, the guides prioritize safety and comfort. They're experienced in leading groups across the island and are attuned to the diverse fitness levels of participants. Rest assured, there are stops and breaks along the way, allowing everyone to enjoy the journey at their own pace.

Can you elaborate on the cultural aspect of the tour?

Beyond the natural splendor, the West Nusa Penida Tour offers glimpses into the local culture. Interactions with friendly locals and exposure to the island's way of life add a rich layer to the experience. The tour guides often share stories and insights, providing context to the cultural significance of certain sites and practices.

What recommendations do you have for capturing the tour's essence through photography?

Photography enthusiasts will be in their element throughout the tour. From the rugged cliffs and dramatic vistas to the vivid underwater scenes, each moment is a potential masterpiece. Be sure to carry a camera or smartphone with ample storage and capture the play of light, the interplay of colors, and the emotive energy of each attraction.

What sort of weather conditions can participants expect during the tour?

Nusa Penida's climate is tropical, and weather conditions can vary. The dry season, from April to October, is characterized by sunny days and calm seas, providing optimal conditions for outdoor activities. However, it's advisable to be prepared for sudden weather changes and bring a light rain jacket, just in case.

Is the West Nusa Penida Tour suitable for solo travelers, couples, and families alike?

Absolutely! The tour's diversity caters to all kinds of travelers, making it an excellent choice for solo adventurers, couples seeking romantic vistas, and families eager to create lasting memories together. The range of activities ensures there's something for everyone to enjoy.

How can participants extend their experience beyond the tour?

The tour often leaves participants with a desire to explore further. Extending your stay on Nusa Penida or in Bali allows you to delve deeper into the island's offerings, discover more secluded spots, and engage in activities that might not be covered in the tour's timeframe.

What makes the West Nusa Penida Tour a must-do experience?

The West Nusa Penida Tour offers an incredible opportunity to explore some of the most breathtaking and Instagram-worthy natural landmarks in Bali. The combination of stunning landscapes, adventurous activities, and cultural insights makes it a truly unforgettable experience for travelers seeking both beauty and adventure.

What is the best way to reach Nusa Penida for the tour?

The tour typically includes transportation from your Bali accommodation to the Sanur Harbor, where you'll board a ferry to Nusa Penida. The ferry ride offers picturesque views of the ocean and sets the tone for the adventure ahead.

Can you provide insights into the local cuisine served during the tour?

The all-inclusive package often features a traditional Indonesian lunch. You can expect a delightful array of flavors, with dishes like Nasi Goreng (fried rice), Mie Goreng (fried noodles), satay skewers, fresh tropical fruits, and more. It's a culinary exploration that complements the visual feast of the tour.

What is the significance of Crystal Bay, and why is it a popular stop on the tour?

Crystal Bay's name aptly captures its allure – its crystal-clear waters. This bay is a hotspot for snorkeling due to its rich marine life and vibrant coral reefs. It's also a serene beach where you can relax, soak up the sun, or simply revel in the beauty of the surroundings.

How should participants dress for the tour?

Dress comfortably and wear light clothing suitable for warm weather. Opt for swimwear underneath, as you'll have ample opportunities to enjoy the water. Sturdy walking shoes are essential for navigating the uneven terrain during certain parts of the tour.

How does the tour accommodate dietary restrictions or allergies?

It's advisable to inform the tour operator of any dietary restrictions or allergies when booking. While the lunch is typically Indonesian cuisine, efforts may be made to accommodate specific dietary needs, ensuring everyone enjoys a satisfying meal.

What memories can participants expect to bring back from the tour?

The West Nusa Penida Tour weaves together a tapestry of memories – from the exhilaration of standing atop breathtaking cliffs to the tranquility of snorkeling through vibrant underwater gardens. Participants will return with not only vivid photographs but also a profound sense of connection to nature and the island's spirit.

Can I request customizations to the tour itinerary?

While our itinerary is thoughtfully designed to encapsulate the best of West Nusa Penida, we understand that personal preferences may vary. Feel free to discuss any special requests you might have, and we will strive to accommodate them whenever possible.

How can I be assured of the safety and expertise of the tour?

Safety and expertise are our top priorities. Our local team are experienced locals who possess an in-depth understanding of the island's terrain, culture, and history. They are trained in first aid and equipped to handle various situations, ensuring that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Can I expect opportunities for interaction with local communities?

Yes, our tour offers glimpses into the local way of life. Whether it's engaging with artisans, witnessing traditional ceremonies, or enjoying conversations with the island's residents, you'll have the chance to forge authentic connections with the local community.

Will I have time for personal exploration and photography?

Certainly. While the tour follows a structured itinerary, we understand the importance of personal exploration and capturing memorable moments. There will be designated times for you to take in the surroundings, capture photographs, and relish the tranquil beauty of West Nusa Penida.

What can I expect from the tour's customer service and support?

Our commitment to exceptional customer service extends from the moment you inquire about the tour to the final moments of your island adventure. Our team is dedicated to providing prompt responses, addressing inquiries, and ensuring your comfort throughout the entire journey.

Can I leave feedback or reviews after the tour?

Your feedback is invaluable to us. We welcome you to share your thoughts, experiences, and impressions after the tour. Your reviews contribute to enhancing our services and assisting fellow travelers in making informed decisions.

What essential items should participants bring for the tour?

When embarking on the all-inclusive West Nusa Penida tour, it's important to be prepared for a day of exploration, adventure, and immersion in nature. Here's a checklist of essential items to bring along to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable experience:

  • Consider wearing a swimsuit under your clothes for easy access to water-based activities.
  • Choose comfortable walking shoes or sturdy sandals with good grip, as some locations may involve uneven terrain or short hikes.
  • Protect yourself from the tropical sun with a wide-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses.
  • Apply and reapply sunscreen with a high SPF to shield your skin from the strong sun rays.
  • Capture the breathtaking sights and moments of your journey with a camera or smartphone.
  • If you have any prescription medications or essential medical items, make sure to keep them with you.
  • Don't forget bring a lightweight towel to dry off.

From the moment you step onto the boat to your return to Bali, every element of our West Nusa Penida Island Tour is designed to create a seamless, enriching, and unforgettable adventure. Join us and let us take care of the details while you immerse yourself in the wonders of this captivating island.


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