Bali: The Lowdown (Part 1)

March 30, 2012 § 1 Comment

Travelling in Bali Indonesia Holiday

Sand? Check!

Sun? Check!

Bali being, probably, Indonesia’s most famous destination offers both and more! With a rich cultural and religious heritage, delicious food and warm, friendly people, it’s one holiday destination everyone should have on their list.

Bali Holiday in indonesia
Capital : Denpasar
Airport : Ngurah Rai
Currency : Rupiah
Time Zone : GMT/UTC + 08:00 hour
Language : Balinese
Religion : Hinduism
Population : 3,891,000


There are tons of hotels and B&B’s in Bali that would definitely fit anyone’s budget and requirements. As for my case, I stayed at the Pullman Hotel in Legian.  It’s just opposite the long stretch of Kuta Beach which makes it a nice base in Bali.

Hotel in Bali legian kuta beach Hotel in Kuta Bali legian Hotel Room in Bali Indonesia

Pullman Bali Legian has a really nice rooftop infinity pool where you can just chill and relax while watching the sunset.

Pool in Bali Hotel accommodation


Since majority of the population are Hindu, pork is very much available in the entire island.  There are a lot of western restaurants as well including Hard Rock Cafe, Starbucks, Mcdonalds and KFC.

Balinese food for tourists in Bali

If you’re looking for a nice brunch place serving both local and international dishes with superb pastries – Bali Bakery.

Bali food travel


transportation in bali indonesiaPretty much like the rest of Indonesia, the motorbike is a popular form of transportation in Bali.  It’s also very practical to rent a motorbike per day, its a faster mode of transport compared to cabs as the traffic situation in Bali can hold you for some time.


Spa in Bali Indonesia holiday massage

GET A MASSAGE! Spas and massage places are everywhere in bali.  Streetside parlours offer cheap foot and whole body massages while five-star and luxury spas come with a heavier price tag.


Tourists looking for native handicrafts and wood furniture would fall in love with all that Bali has to offer. There are specific areas that specialise in wood statues, silvercraft, egg painting and many more. So, just check with your tour coordinator on where to find the best bargains in town.

Shopping in Bali

Read the 2nd part of my Bali post HERE


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