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Soak in the sun on a white sand beach, splash in turquoise blue waters, greet those adorable turtles and fish, and get along with the party-hoppers in Bali and Gili, the most upbeat tourist spots among the youngies. These slices of heaven retain their charm in the refreshing breeze, the free-spirited beach culture, and spiritualism.
Not just the natural giftedness, Bali’s rich history also forms a huge part of it with palaces, temples, museums, and art galleries. The islands of Gili, which are an alluring mix of buzz and bliss, add to your trip to Bali.
The months of July, August, and December constitute the peak season for Bali when the place is crowded and expensive. A good time to visit is during May, June, and September, which correspond to a pleasant weather and relatively wallet-friendly hotels.
INR 65000 to 80000 can be considered as the figures for an upscale trip to Bali with Gili.
If you stay less than 30 days then you do NOT NEED any Visa if you have an Indian passport. At the immigration counter, you will get what we call a Visa Exemption Stamp. There are no costs involved; it’s not a visa in a classical sense. Yet, the stamp allows the officials to track your length of stay.
The capital, and cultural center of Bali, Ubud can tickle your penchant for innovation and creativity. The ancient ruins of Mount Kawi are for those who love to get away from the crowds and offer a peaceful experience amidst the 11th century stone architecture. Some other must-sees for history buffs and architecture lovers are Tirta Empul Temple, with clear, holy water springs, and Elephant Cave Ubud, also known as Goa Gajah. Other than this, Ubud has a mask and puppet museum with amazing crafts from all around the world. A few kilometers away from the city, we have the Tegalalang Rice Terrace, which gives a spectacular view of step fields down the Sepat River Valley. Visit at sunrise or sunset, to add a cherry on top. The hotels in Ubud are delightfully low-priced.
The spa and boutique shopping capital of Bali has some dreamy beachside resorts, and designer restaurants and bars. The Seminyak beach is a quiet expanse of grey sand with a soothing vibe.
Some other beautiful hotels and resorts include Life In Amed Boutique Hotel in Abang, Hotel Relax Bali in Tulamben, Tropical Bali Hotel in Denpasar.
The still active Mt. Batur Volcano is set in the quaint village of Kintamani. A favorite stopover for tourists, this region gives a breathtaking view of the soaring hills and the surrounding landscape which reshapes itself every time the volcano erupts.
Have a fun-filled time with these notorious long-tailed creatures in The Monkey Forest in Ubud. It is a jungle filled with wild monkeys, all eager to snatch a banana from you.
Take a plunge in this less-discovered waterfall and get clicked on its sturdy, cascading rock to cool off a hot day in Bali.
With tumultuous waves brushing against the coast and an unrivaled view of the Indian Ocean, Bingin beach of Uluwatu is somewhere you should definitely spend a day and get your ‘hashtag wanderlust’ pictures. It is one of the most demanded surfing spots in the world.
You just can’t leave Bali without trying your hand at surfing. The Balangan beach is a paradise for surfers, and even if you aren’t a professional one, there are ample instructors at the beach who will help you get this unforgettable experience down your bag of memories.
Explore a world beneath those waves of the ocean as you snorkel down with turtles all around you. Gili is a group of islands near Bali which can be reached only through horses or motorbikes. Each island has something new to offer. Gili Trawangan is the most cosmopolitan and known for its rowdy parties which go on till daybreak. Away from the hustle, Gili Air is calm, and popular for water adventures.
– Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
– Clothing: Carry clothes that are lightweight and good for a hot day. Don’t forget your swimwear!
– Carry bug-spray and insect repellents.
– Be cautious of stray animals.
– Avoid plastic water bottles
– Learn a bit of the local language, Bahasa Indonesia.
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