Bali 2020: Travel Guide

Posted On : February 2020

Nirav Panchani


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Bali 2020: Travel Guide

The island of Bali is renowned for its volcanic forest, famous rice paddies, beaches and reefs. Bali is known for its jungle. Religious places such as the Uluwatu Temple cliff are situated in the island. To the West, the beach town of Kuta has vibrant bars and famous resorts are Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua. The island is known for its retreats in yoga and meditation.

Best time to visit bali

The perfect time to visit Bali from April to October, if rain and humidity are low and there is plenty of sunshine. Bali is a great destination all year round. It's a wet season, but Bali can still be a great time. When it comes to saving money, April, June and October are the best months.

Places to visit in bali

1. Pura Tanah Lot

Tanah Lot is an Indonesian island rock formation in Bali. This is the home of a popular cultural icon in photography, the ancient Hindu pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot.

2. Mount Batur

Mount Batur is a volcano active in the middle of two concentrated craters on the island of Bali, Indonesia northwest of Mount Agung. A caldera lake is located on the southeast side of the larger 10-13 km caldera.

3. Uluwatu Temple

The Temple of Uluwatu is an Ancient temple in Uluwatu, the Balinese River. The temple is considered one of the triste kahyangan and is dedicated as a Rudra to Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa.

4. Ubud Monkey Forest

Mandala Suci Wenara Wana is the habitat and sanctuary of the Balinese Long-tailed Monkey, the scientific name Macaca Fascicularis, and is well known as Ubud Monkey Jungle. It is located in Ubud, Bali, in Padangtegal. In this sanctuary live about 1049 monkeys.

5. Tegallalang and Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

6. Pura Ulun Danu Bratan

The major Hindú Shaivite waters in Bali, Indonesia, is Pura Ulun Danu Beratan (or Pure Bratan). The temple complex is located in the mountains near Bedugul on the shores of Lake Bratan.

7. Kuta beach

Kuta is an urban tourist area (Kelurahan) administratively and Kuta District Capital, Badung Regeneration, south Bali, Indonesia. It was one of the first fishing villages in Bali to have seen considerable tourism development and remains one of the main tourist destinations of Indonesia as a beach resort. Its long sandy beach, diverse lodging, many restaurants and bars and many popular surfers from Australia is internationally known. It is near the Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali.

8. Sekumpul Waterfall

Waterfall of Tegenungan is a Bali, Indonesia waterfall. It is situated in Tegenungan Kemenuh in Gianyar, in the north of Denpasar capital and in the vicinity of Ubud's artist's village. This isolated waterfall has become a popular attraction for tourists. It is one of Bali's few waterfalls not in the mountains or in the mountains. The amount and quality of the water on the site depends on the weather, but it is green with fresh water that may swim into. The waterfall has different heights which can be climbed down the steps to reach it. This attraction has a view of the jungle and the waterfall at the main entrance.

Where to Stay in Bali for Sightseeing

In the top tourist regions, including Ubud, Seminyak, Legian and Kuta, we recommend these fantastic hotels and villas, which are:

1. he Kunja Villas & Spa:

Seminyak luxury boutique villas, attentive workers, open lounges, private swimming pools, in-room dining rooms.

2. Villa Saraswati:

Ubud mid-range luxury, a free shuttle from five minutes to the center, delicious breakfast, lovely pool, outdoor showers.

3. Seaside Suites Bali:

Legian affordable prices, beach views, seafront restaurant, swimming pool and value for money.

4. Villa Saraswati:

budget prices, Kuta beach and entertainment walking distance, central swimming pool, buffet breakfast.

Bali Tourist Visa Information

Indonesian passport holders traveling for tourism purposes will be given 15 days free visa on arrival. Also selected airports, such as Jakartha, Bali (DPS) und Surabaya, can provide this service. Cross-check on visa procedure if you enter through other smaller airports / sea ports.

Visiting Bali- Budget Estimate

Cheapest- INR 12000 + return flights from India, regular ticket from almost all Indian cities is about 18000-20000 INR via KUL

Stay: hotels with equivalents from INR 700 per night, mid-range factor INR 2000 and luxury resorts INR 5000 +

Transportation: bike rental – around INR 600-800 per day (rent + fuel / tax + car parking etc.)

Food: INR 200 per meal per person per meal-Approx INR 500 per day

Entrance fees: Tanha Lot Temples are most expensive at 60000 IDRs (INR 300), and typically little less attractions.

How convenient is it in Bali to find food from Indian Veg?

Bali has a strong relationship with India and Hindu and it is not too hard to find veg food. There are several restaurants serving Veg food in Bali. But there's a shortage of pure vegetarian restaurants.


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