B A L I
- how to escape touristy Bali -
Today marks two months since my first trip to the paradise, Bali. I have finally got all pictures done to cite my joyous time in Bali, Indonesia. Shall we start?
Four months before the trip, I called my bestfriend - Gabby - out to join me in Bali, she was keen to come along and she brought Angelia along with her. A month before the trip, Angel and Gabby has already decided places to visit in Bali, they listed down hell-a many places (note : they used to live in Bali for 6 months, so they know what's goin on :p).
I have never traveled Bali before, I have only been to the airport for transit. But as much as I wanna make the best out of my four days, I personally tried to avoid touristy-places as I can. When I mentioned escaping touristy places, I mean it! Thankfully I have travel buddies that have the same thoughts and it was the best four days of my first time in Bali.
Sundays Beach Club is a private beach located at The Ungasan Resort and Villa. You do not need to reserve. It costs IDR 300,000/per person (equal to AUD30), which includes towel, IDR150,000 Food & Beverages Voucher to be purchase at the restaurant, free Kayak and snorkeling equipments and you may stay as long as you want.
wearing : Straw Hat - Sportsgirl
Black Dress - The Fifth Label
Sandals - Rubi Shoes
Pineapple Kimono - H&M
Sunnies - Elsa Lanvin
TEGALALANG RICE FIELDS - UBUD
UBUD ART MARKET
Pink Off Shoulder Top - Glassons
Shorts - Cotton On
Belt - Uniqlo
Shoes - Adidas Original
Backpack - Calvin Klein
FOLK CAFE - UBUD
WARUNG BABI GULING IBU OKA - PORK SUCKLING
SISTERFIELD CAFE - SEMINYAK
My favourite cafe in Bali by far. Sisterfield serves Australian standard breakfast, lunch menu and service. They also have serious marble goals!
ULUN DANU BERATAN TEMPLE - Bedugul
PANAMA KITCHEN & POOL - Canggu
I have to say this is my favourite place so far. Besides how photogenic this whole place is, the foods are way to go. However a minimum IDR100,000/per person purchase is required.
Longsleeves White Top - Rockmans Fashion
Skirt - ZARA
Sandals - Rubi Shoes
Black mini messenger bag - Roxy
AZUL BEACH CLUB - Legian
A perfect spot to enjoy the sunset while dipping in the pool sippin' coconut mojito. What a moment to spend the last night in Bali :)
|sippin' coconut mojito like a boss :p|
Kimono - H&M
Last outfit before leaving Bali.
wearing :Pajamas Outerwear - Glassons
Yellow Suede Top - Sportsgirl
Jegging Pants - Uniqlo
I was sad that Bali trip ended faster than I thought. Bali has such a good vibe, or what I'd called positive vibe. And I believe Bali will always have me coming back for more :)
Here's how I arrange flight, accommodation and getting around Bali :
FLIGHT I flew JET STAR from Sydney directly to Bali. I spent AUD250 for one way (including 20kg check-in luggage). I did not purchase in-flights meal because I fueled myself at the airport, but I did purchase in-flight entertainment, I couldn't get away from my boredom.
ACCOMMODATION I stayed at Sense Sunset Hotel in Seminyak and paid $88 for three nights. I always book my hotel at Booking.com every time I am planning a holiday, besides the cheapest price and the best room I could get, it is a really easy booking process.
You can now enjoy AUD20 off your room by booking through my link : HERE!
GETTING AROUND BALI We got around Bali by car. Gabby arranged a car rental and she droves us the entire trip.
Another way to get around Bali is by motorcycle (for short distance), taxi or rent a car + driver.
*Note: Bali has 15% - 21% tax surcharges when you dine in the restaurants.