I fell in love for Bali since the first moment I arrived, not sure if was because of all the natural beauty surrounding it or if was because of the happy and smiley people living in such a special place. But, there is something very mystical and unique about this island. As Balinese people say “You don’t choose Bali, Bali chooses you” and this is absolutely true! Make sure you are going there with good vibes ONLY 🙂

For those who are planning to spend some days in Bali, I strongly recommend staying more than 7 days to make your money and time worth it, and no worries, because your money will worth each cent in this Island of Gods. As I told you before, in one of my latest posts, Bali is very accessible in accommodation and food, so you can travel cheap or fancy as you want.

In my opinion, the best choice is to spend a couple of days in different places in Bali as you can easily move around by scooter or Taxi/Grab.

Then, I’ll suggest you what you can visit in the different places, how many days you can spend in each place and some accommodations that you can stay with good location, good reviews and good relationship between price and quality.
Obs. There are cheaper and expensive accommodations, it’s up to you to choose on Booking, the ones more suitable for you.

Hope it can be useful for you ?

UBUD

Ubud is the city of art and culture of Bali. Here you can find some of
Bali’s main attractions such as temples and rice fields.

Suggestion: 3 nights
Where to stay:

Ubud Monkey Forest

Tegallalang Rice Terraces

Pura Tirta

Ubud Art Market

Tegenungan Waterfall

CANGGU

Canggu is probably one of the busiest areas due to the diversity of restaurants/bars and events.
Here you can find different activities like surfing, yoga, massage, shopping, among other things.

Suggestion: 2 nights
Where to stay:

Tanah Lot

La Brisa

Sunset at Berawa Beach or Echo Beach

Anchor Market

La Laguna

Pretty Poison

Deus Temple

Old Mans

ULUWATU

Uluwatu, besides being a place with the perfect waves, is one of the quietest places in Bali,
with the most paradisiacal beaches and incredible views from the cliffs.
For me, the best beaches and best sunsets are here!

Suggestion: 3 nights
Where to stay:

Blue Point Beach

Padang Padang Beach

Uluwatu Temple

Dreamland Beach

Suluban Beach

Pandawa Beach

Bingin Beach

Balangan Beach

Ps. Don’t forget to visit Single Fin for an unforgettable sunset ?

NUSA DUA

Nusa Dua is probably one of the most suitable places to go with family.
It’s a very quiet area with beautiful beaches.
Even if you are not sleeping there you can spend an afternoon there!

Suggestion: 1 night
Where to stay:

NUSA PENIDA, LEMBONGAN & CENINGAN

Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are 3 islands that are close to Bali with lagoons and incredible cliffs (Lembongan and Ceningan are linked by a bridge). To get to these islands you can take a ferry from Sanur (for any of the islands), the journey takes about 45 minutes. As soon as you get there, you can rent a scooter and get around.

NUSA PENIDA

Suggestion: 2 nights
Where to stay:

Kelingking Beach “T-Rex”

Atuh Beach

Broken Beach

Diamond Beach

Crystal Bay Beach

NUSA LEMBONGAN & CENINGAN

Suggestion: 2 nights
Where to stay:

Blue Lagoon

Dream Beach

Devil’s Tears

Ceningan Cliff

OTHER THINGS THAT YOU CAN DO

Visit Lempuyang Temple

Do snorkelling or scuba diving in Nusa Penida, Lembongan or Amed

Watch a sunrise in Mount Batur (incredible!)

Attending a balinese ceremony

Do a road trip to North Bali, mainly Amed. All the way until there is fantastic!

Visit Tirta Gangga, in Abang

Visit Gili Islands (you can get a ferry from Amed, Serangan or Sanur)

Suggestion: 3 days
Where to stay:

GILI AIR – 10€-20€/night:
aZa Zil Bungalows
Beranda Ecolodge

GILI TRAWAGAN – 10€-20€/night
Gili Desa
Gili Hideaway

GILI MENO – 10€-20€/night
Bareng Bareng Bungalows
Villas Ganjor

Visit Lombok (you can go easily from Gili Islands or you can fly till there)

Suggestion: 2 nights
Where to stay:

10€-20€/night:
Semilir Senggigi Inn
Puri Bunga Beach Cottages

Here you can find a map with all the points that I recommended. Hope it can be useful for you!

Thanks for reading!
Jessica ?

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