The Solo Girl Traveler’s Guide to Bali


The Solo Girl Traveler’s Guide to Bali

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The Solo Girl Traveler’s Guide to Bali

Bali is a place where sands are white as the smiles of the Tourist, where fish swim happily in the waters of the Asia Pacific Ocean, where the weather is like a beautiful dream and the deep rays of the sun wait to hug you in their arms. Bali is unique and no other place like Bali in the world. Bali beaches are god gifted to us, endless waves for surfing and natural sites to visit and explore the beauty. There is affluence of areas where Solo Girl travelers can kick back and enjoy the beauty of BALI.

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

Whether you can relax at beaches, enjoy the sunset, meeting local people and enjoy their culture, yoga, food, or simply wish to relax at a five-star hotel or resort.  Bali is a place where you can avoid the crowd and enjoy your vacation day and night and left the rest of the world.

Here’s me as a guide to Bali “A Solo Girl”

Where to stay in Bali!

Bali is not vast in size, but with countless interesting and various places to pick from, it can be difficult to choose where to stay in Bali. To help you, Bali is home of most beautiful villas and resorts which is available in your budget and the luxury seeker—so there are many accommodation options!

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

These resorts and villas give you full relaxation, to walk around without care of anyone in this world. You can feel the beauty of nature and the reason for being in Bali.

Best 5 things to do in Bali

Bali is full of beautiful beaches which is good for swimming, surfing, or just lounging on the sand and relax on beaches with good spa and massages. Many hotels and local people provide daily clean up and grooming of beaches. The beauty of beaches depending on the location of the beach and the direction it faces. The best time to visit Bali is April-October.

 Nusa Dua Beach

Chill Out at Sunrise and sunset at Nusa Dua Beach (The Bay Bali – between Grand Hyatt and Melia Hotel Nusa Dua). Nusa Dua is the best beach in Bali where everyone wants to stay nearby. Nusa Dua is a “Birds Eye” type of beach resort. It has a superb collection of world-class hotels and facing beachfront. They have a well-planned layout for the tourist and upmarket shopping complex with amazing facilities and beautiful gardens. There are beautiful temples museum of house arts from Indonesia and unique natural landmark around its scenic peninsula. Honeymooners enjoy white sand and make it an idyllic place for everyone.  Some places have wonderful feature for kids too and Nusa Dua beach is an ideal best destination for friends and families.

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

 

Monkey Forest in Ubud

The Smack-dab in the Monkey Forest in Ubud Bali comes with its fair share of controversy. But be careful! They are super energetic. Don’t try to get involved with monkeys for any reason. Monkeys are found of bananas to keep them aside from them. Most of the monkeys are sitting at the entrance to the forest where they get varieties of food.

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

For some best Photoshoot, walk a bit farther into the forest, you’ll get to a beautiful temple area and the places where monkeys are a little bit calm.

Nurture the Mind and Body

The day began easily enough and there are many ways to take care of your physical, spiritual, and mental health in Bali. If you want to learn how to cook Balinese fare there are a variety of small tours when you can participate in and learn about the local way of cooking and dining in Bali.

Lounge Poolside & Beachside!

There’s no shortage of amazing beaches and villa pools to have lounged around in Bali. It’s the perfect place to relax, chill, and soak up some of that wonderful Bali sunshine.

Getting Around Bali

My advice is to avoid the traffic of Bali by renting a scooter or bike—a fast way to cross through the streets and countryside.

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

Renting a scooter or bike is the “way” of Bali and is very cheap. Cabs and Taxis are the most expensive vehicle.

Where to Eat & Drink in Bali

If you’re a foodie to taste the sample of fantastic food, you’ll be pleased to know that Bali is the only place where you get an astounding number of amazing restaurants and cafes.

Café Organic Bali: Coffee Cartel

Coffee Cartel is everything you need in the perfect café very popular with the breakfast crowd and offers amazing food, great coffee, friendly staff, and beautiful décor.

Traveler’s Guide to BaliYou’re sitting at their large wooden decorative table indoors, beautiful marble tables outdoors or upstairs on their terrace and settle in to enjoy their menu of mouth-watering dishes.

Ginger Moon

Ginger Moon is the best place with great food options. It is a relaxed, casual place where food is seriously tasty fare.  It’s run by the famous chef Dean Keddell, who created a personal and unique spin on a wide variety of Balinese dishes. Reserve your dining in one of the most highly touted restaurants in the beach resort areas in Bali.

Traveler’s Guide to Bali

Bali is an amazing destination where you can enjoy the natural beauty at its best. It is a wonderful place to enjoy with your family, friends, and kids too. It is full of adventure with beach, water sports, nightlife, volcano and rain forest for everyone.

 

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