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Best Adventure Tours in Bali

Bike trails, hiking, trekking, dolphins spotting, water sports, Volcano hikes, whitewater rapids and do you have anymore in the list —If yes then Bali is the right travel destination for the adventure-seekers. Please come with some extra time and when you will start experiencing the thrill you will run out of time. So whether you’re looking to swim in crystal clear waters or take on an off-road safari or a chance to climb, rappel and swim through the jungle canyons, there are a plethora of local tour operators who can pick you up right from your hotel and take you on the best adventure tours in Bali. Get on a river rafting tour and all set with the raft, fall in love with the rushing waters whilst enjoying the sunrise and the spectacular viewpoints in between.


Embark on the outings that are created only for thrill seekers and choose your own Bali’s best adventure tours. For a real thrill ride, head to the wild, and live in the freshwater of the rapids of the Ayung River. Paddle in the whitewater through the calm eddies and churning Class III rapids in a raft or just jazz up the adrenaline ante in a kayak. After plummeting down narrow chutes and maneuvering your way through stretches of rolling waves, you can warm up with a hot shower and refuel over lunch. Get ready and book the thrilling activities in Bali by adding the zipline and stomach-dropping sensation at new heights via bungee jumping.

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    6 Day/ 5 Night Cycling Tour of Bali
    d6 Days n5 Nights

    About the Activity:Fixed departure: 18th August, 01st  September, 15th September, 29th September, 6th October, 20th October, 3rd November.With this 6 day 5 nights package, explore the best of Bali, Indonesia.During this tour, you will be covering Kuta, Besakih village, C...

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    Dolphin Sunrise Tour in Lovina at Bali
    h9 Hours

    About the Activity:If you are in search of some amazing dolphin watching activity in Bali, this tour is a perfect fit for you.Get picked up from your hotel in Ubud at around 3 AM in the morning and proceed to the starting point.Reach the starting point at around 5.30 AM ...

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    Kayaking in South Bali
    South Kuta
    h1 Hour

    About the Activity: Enjoy this 1 hour Kayaking in South Bali which will be an amazing experience for you and your friends. Start this exciting activity after reaching the tour locality.Get accompanied and briefed by professionals if you are Kayking for the first time.E...

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    Offbeat Bali Tour with Cruise Dinner, Trekking and Snorkeling
    Bali City
    d7 Days n6 Nights

    Bali, a tropical paradise, offers world class diving and surfing opportunities to adventure seeker to serene meditation retreats for visitors seeking peace, there is something for everyone in Bali.In the serene Bali package, we bring you 6 days of absolute delight in thi...

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    Munduk Langki
    h10 Hours

    About the Activity: The tour takes you to the cool mountain areas of North Bali via scenic countryside roads.Start your ATV ride and en route stop for a coffee break overlooking beautiful rice terraces continued with a short walk through a typical Balinese village.After...

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    h2 Hours

    About the Activity:Indulge in an amazing trip near Gianyar with ATV ride and rivet in the beauty of the place.Get picked up from your hotel in air conditioned car from Kuta area, Nusa Dua, Sanur area and Ubud area in Bali.Enjoy this delightful ATV trip that enables you t...

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    h8 Hours

    About the Activity:Get ready for an adventurous cycling tour, winding down through 25 kilometers of lush valleys in the old Balinese villages. You will be picked up from your hotel  in Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Kuta, Seminyak, Sanur and Ubud between 07:00 and 09:00 AM.Get acqu...

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    South Kuta
    d8 Days n7 Nights

    About the ActivityFixed Departures between September to October 2016, every Thursday.Explore the best of Bali, Indonesia on this fun cycling tour.This 8 day 7 night tour will let you discover the best of Bali as you cycle to the best of locations and explore the Indonesi...

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    South Kuta
    h1 Hour

    About the Activity:Indulge in this triple adventure activity in Tanjung Benua at Bali and get some adrenaline rush pumped in yourself.Start this exciting activities after reaching the starting point Kabupaten Badung in Bali.Go for Parasailing, Banana boat ride and Jet Sk...

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  • h10 Hours

    About the Activity:Embark on this exciting Mountain Cycling Tour in Nusa Penida and enjoy the view of the relishing landscapes as you cycle through the hills.Start this exciting activity after getting picked up from your hotel from the mentioned points: Nusa Dua, Kuta an...

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    Munduk Langki
    h5 Hours

    About the Activity: Take a break and go on this 5 hours Luwak trail expedition in Bali and explore the places driving the Finn Komodo.Get picked up from your hotel in Nusa Dua, Kuta, Seminyak, Sanur, Ubud, Lovina, and MundukReach Munduk Langki in Bali and reach the acti...

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    Nusa Dua
    h4 Hours

    About the Activity: Indulge in an array of adventure activities for a truly blissful experience in South Bali. Water sport activities in Bali are for those who want something more than swimming and snorkeling where adrenaline junkies can get their fix from some boat-to...

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    h5 Hours

    About the Activity: Indulge in this amazing cycling tour in Ubud at Bali and explore the serene surroundings of Ubud village and acquaint yourself with the authentic and traditional Balinese culture.Reach the activity location and start cycling peacefully into the Ubud v...

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    h6 Hours

    About the Activity: Explore the most exotic side of Bali, specially designed for the nature lovers who want to witness closely the Balinese way of life.Get picked up from any hotel located in Nusa Dua and Sanur area at 6.30 AM and from Kuta and Ubud area at 7.00 AM appr...

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    h3 Hours

    About the Activity:Join the walk to explore the ancient ruins and traditional villages as you trek through rice paddies in the spectacular heartland of Bali.Get picked up from your hotel in Nusa Dua, Sanur area, Kuta and Ubud at around 8 AM and proceed towards the loca...

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What You Should Know More About Adventure in Bali

  • How to reach Bali from India?

    To reach Bali from India, you must follow the steps below:

    • Apply for an Indonesian Visa if you don’t have one already. Indian passport holders can also opt for Visa on arrival but your document needs to have at least six months validity from your date of arrival in Bali.
    • There are several airports in India that serve to Bali. You will be required to go for one connecting flight but it won’t take much trouble or time.
    • The international airport in Bali is the Ngurah Rai International Airport.

  • Is a visa required for Bali? Is there visa on arrival in Bali?

    Visa on arrival is offered in Bali for Indian passport holders. Visa on arrival is acceptable in Bali but limits your stay for a maximum of 30 days. You can seek to extend your visa or another 30 days by paying a fee of US$35. There are many travel agents around the airport who would be helpful in getting your Visa extended.

    Getting a visa on arrival is, however, a pretty straightforward process in Bali and you won’t have to wait for too much to step into the country.

  • What is the currency of Bali?

    The local currency in Bali is the Indonesian Rupiah wherein 1 Indian Rupee amounts to 206.39 Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). Several hotels will however accept payment in US$ too.

  • What language is used in Bali?

    The local language is Balinese. However, you will be able to well converse in English at most places around the country.

  • When is the best time for a vacation in Bali?

    The most popular season to visit Bali is during the months of May, June and July. This is when Bali is the coolest. After July, Bali gets annual rainfalls and won’t be too suitable for day trips. Other times of the year are too hot. However, you will always get high humidity regardless of the time you visit Bali.

  • How many should I plan my holidays for?

    While even a lifetime won’t seem enough to explore the beautiful Balinese Islands, you can hope to make a decent vacation in two weeks. This includes being a part of all major activities, visiting all popular places and being a part of the Balinese culture and celebrations. If you are taking a honeymoon, a week of stay should be enough. However, if you want to exploe the country fully, as a traveler, use your 30 days of visa!

  • How is the general climate in Bali? What kind of climate is there in Bali?

    Bali is quite humid all round the year. The days are always hot with the sun shining at its best! The average temperature during the day is about 26 degree Celsius. Nights are more comfortable but still humid. You will want to pack your bags likewise.

  • What all should my travel luggage include?

    You won’t need to carry too much on your trip to Bali and even if you have forgotten something, you will most likely be able to buy it locally. Being one of the most frequented islands, you are never far from supplies, whatever it may be. This also gives you the advantage of being able to carry a lighter bag.

    Overall, your Bali packing should be about:

    • Clothing: light cotton clothing, quick dry garment, a lot of sleeveless and skirts/shorts, tees and anything comfortable and light. Even jeans can be heavy and uncomfortable on the Bali Islands.
    • Footwear: The standard is just a pair of flip-flop. However, you may carry another pair of running shoes/jogger and slippers. If you plan of hiking the Gunung Agung or the Mount Batur, carry good quality hiking shoes. Similarly, if you want to go clubbing, remember that most clubs won’t allow flip-flops and sandals.
    • First Aid Kit: Just carry the basic, any medication you are already on, a few ibuprofen (to get over bad hangovers), anti diarrhoea medicine and antimotility drugs.
    • Documents: Photocopies of your passport, a paper of travel insurance, receipt of any traveler’s cheque, emergency contact numbers (hard copy), and a few passport size photographs.
    • Other essentials: small multi-utility knife, small padlock, hand sanitizers, ear plugs, mosquito repellant, flashlight/torch/headlight, plastic bags for waterproofing in rains.

  • Is Bali expensive?

    Bali is one of the least expensive countries to explore. You can hope to make a budget trip under INR20,000 for a week and inclusive of stay, food and transports. The overall trip cost will depend on the kind of vacation you are looking for. Staying in cities like Seminyak wil cost you more but you will have access to all things luxurious. However, if you have a tight budget, you can find really cheap accommodations in places like Ubud.

    The same goes for transportation and food. Going by public transport would be the cheapest option but you would be limited by timing and route flexibility. At the same time, you can also hire a bicycle at a very cheap rate to go around the country.

  • What are the best adventure activities that can be done in Bali?

    Bali is full of natural and outdoor escapades. If you have been looking to challenge yourself, there are many ways you can feel the adrenaline rush in your blood!

    Here are some of the things that you can choose from:

    • Biking around the rice fields
    • Take a hike across the Tegalalang Rice Fields (you don’t have to pay for it)
    • Learning to surf or hit the amazing swells at Jimbaran
    • Walking through the Monkey Forest if you dare!
    • Trek to the top of Mount Batur to see the sunrise
    • Be a part of the Kecak Trance Ceremony
    • Do some river rafting in the backdrop of wild jungles in Ubud
    • Snorkel in the southern coasts
    • Go on an ATV ride in Kintamani
    • Be a part of the buffalo race in Negara (free to see)
    • Parasail in Seminyak
    • Do some canoeing in Lake Batur and Gitgit Waterfalls
    • Become the Rambo as you Jet Bike ij Nusa Dua
    • Do Fly fishing in Tanjung Benoa Beach
    • Paragliding in Denpasar
    • Treetop adventures at Candikuning
    • Bungee Jumps at Seminyak
    • Dirt Bike in Motocross, Central Bali

  • What are the top extreme sports available in Bali?

    Top opportunities for extreme sports in Bali include:

    • Flyboarding at Nusa Dua
    • Cliff Jump at Mahana PointSwim with sharks at Shark Cave in Gili Bahara 
    • Rappelling in northern Bali waterfalls
    • Freedive to the Tulamben Shipwreck
    • Kitesurfing in Sanur
    • Water Tubing in Payangan
    • Paddle Surfing in Sanur
    • Paragliding in Nusa Dua
    • Rock Climbing in the Padang Padang Beach
    • Dirt Biking in Central Bali Motorcross
    • Bungee Jumping at Seminyak

  • Which all beaches are famous in Bali for water sports?

    The best beaches in Bali for water sports are:

    • Pedang Pedang Beach
    • Suluban Beach
    • Balangan Beach
    • Pandawa Beach
    • Dreamland Beach
    • Bingin Beach
    • Green Bowl Beach
    • Nyang Nyang Beach
    • Melasti Beach
    • Tegal Wangi Beach
    • Jimbaran Bay
    • Seminyak Beach
    • Double Six Beach
    • Petitenget Beach
    • Batu Belig Beach
    • Berawa Beach

  • Can I do cycling around rice fields in Bali? Which are the best places to do cycling?

    Cycling in Bali involves making steep climbs, peddling across the dense jungles, sailing through the beaches and getting back in touch with nature. There are a lot of places that you can explore by cycling and includes temples, volcanoes, villages and rice fields. One of the best park of the journey is the Tegalalang Rice Fields.

    Whether you are alone or traveling with your partner, it would be a peaceful experience that you would treasure for a lifetime. Renting a cycle is easy and is also the safest and cheapest means to get around the country.

  • Where can I learn to surf in Bali? What is the best time to surf?

    If you are planning to learn surfing, there are several beaches that offer low waves and the perfect stage for practice. There are several kinds of course available and with experience instructors and gears. The west coast of Bali, especially Kuta is where you would want to learn to surf. The surfing scene is prevalent all round the year.

    However, for average and safe waves, it is recommended that you hit the ocean in the months of June and July. During the rainy season, the swell can get unmanageable for inexperienced surfers.

  • What is the best time to Climb Mount Batur? What is the height of mount Batur?

    Apart from the rainy season, between August and December, Mount Batur would be a great experience all round the year. However, it is also recommended that you check the weather prediction for the day you plan the trek. the total height of the mountain is 1717 meters and it would take about 30-45 minutes for an average person to make the climb.

  • Which is the famous place to do river rafting in Bali? Is it safe to do river rafting?

    Bali offers a range of river rafting opportunities for both learners and professional adventurers. Regardless of your experience, river rafting is a convenient safe activity as you will always be accompanied by trained instructors and you would always be required to wear special gears to meet eventualities.

    The top places for river rafting include:

    • Telega Waja Rafting, Kota Denpasar
    • White Water Rafting in the Ayung River (there are 33 different rapids to choose from)
    • White Water Rafting in Ubud
    • White Water Rafting, Gianyar

  • What is the appropriate time to go for river rafting in Bali?

    The best time to go river rafting is in the month of June and July when the waters are relatively safe. However, if you have been looking for more adrenaline rush, monsoons would be a very exciting opportunity. This would be the months between August and December when it rains.

  • Which are the best places to go for snorkeling in Bali?

    • Wreck of the USAT Liberty, Tulamben
    • The Coral Garden, Tulamben
    • Nusa Islands, Penida
    • Mangrove Point, Nusa Lembongan
    • The Coral Garden, Menjangan
    • WWII Wrecked Patrol Boat dive at Lipah Bay, Amed
    • Jemeluk Bay, Amed
    • Biorock Reefs, Pemuteran
    • Blue Lagoon, Padangbai
    • Shark Island, Serangan

  • Which are the best places to do scuba diving in Bali?

    • Tulamben, East Bali ? Amed, East Bali
    • Pemuteran, East Bali
    • Menjangan Islands, North Bali
    • Nusa Penida, South Bali
    • Nusa Lembongan, South Bali

  • When does buffalo race happens in Bali? What kind of experience it is?

    The Buffalo Race or the Mekepunk Races happen every year between July and October and on most Sundays across the island country. It is necessary that you check out the weekly calendar as the races don’t happen every week. The event is a major ritual in Jimbaran, West Bali and features hundreds of paired buffalos team up together with their jockeys handing the controls.

    The fastest in each of the races will take part in the big annual event, also known as the Jimbaran Regent’s Cup and the Governor’s Cup. Checking out the buffalo race is free of charge but there is always a degree of risk being close to the powerful racing animals.

  • Where can we do Fly boarding in Bali? What is the minimum age for doing fly boarding?

    It is one of the newest water sports inclusions across Bali and is seriously exciting and exhilarating. It a modified form of jet skiing wherein you can feel like the iron man going up into the air! Learning to fly board is easy and you can go up to 5 meters in the air but jetting water into the sea.

    Professional fly boarders can go up to 10 meters! The top beaches to fly boarding include Legian, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Kuta and Tanjung Benoa. The minimum age for fly boarding is 14 years.

  • How far is Mahana Point from Bali city?

    The road distance from Bali City to Mahana Point is about 56 kilometers. It is the only place in Bali where you can seek to do a cliff jump.

  • Can I do Mahana point Cliff Jump in Bali?

    One of the most extreme of sports, cliff jumping requires true guts! For those pursuing the adrenaline rush, Mahana Point can be a great experience. The jump is pretty straight forward and it is highly recommended that you jump during the sunset. It’s an amazing experience. The cliff is about 7 meters high but it is necessary that you wait for the high tide before the jump. Low tides can risk serious injuries.

  • Can I do Cave diving in Bali? What is its cost?

    Cave Diving in Bali is one of the most unique ways to check out the incredible marine life of the Indian Ocean.

    The top cave diving sports include:

    • The Magnet, Belongas Bay – 40 meters
    • Bat Cave Drop off, Menjangan Island – 40 meters C

    Cave diving requires prior experience and you will have to go several meters deep into the sea. It is necessary that you are accompanied by an instructor and are wearing the necessary equipment. The cost of cave diving is about US$100.00.

  • Is it safe to do cave diving in Bali?

    Cave diving is recommended for professionals or divers with prior scuba experience. Regardless of your scuba skills and experience, you will always be accompanied by an experienced instructor and are also required to wear all safety equipment necessary for the dive. This also goes on to make the dive completely safe.

  • Where can I do Canyoning in Bali?

    • Nusa Ceningan
    • Legian
    • Nusa Lembongan
    • Amed Canoe
    • Bali Sea Kayak Kuta
    • Lake Batur

  • Can I do Free-diving in Bali? What is the cost of free-diving in Bali?

    Free diving is both a highly challenging and exciting experience. Its diving underwater without any oxygen apparatus. The dive depends on how long you can hold your breath under water. The most popular spot for free dicing is the Tulamben shipwreck, located in East Bali. With plenty of colorful coral reefs around, it’s an out worldly experience. Most free diving is level 1 course, wherein you will have to be accompanied by an instructor.

    You can expect to pay about US$260 for a 2 day course.

  • What is Kite-Surfing? Where can I do it?

    Kite surfing is modified form of board surfing but you are attached to a parasailing kite that is propelled by the wind. Using the rope, you can change directions and ride the wave at top speeds in the direction of the wind. It’s a surface water sport that calls for enthralling adventure.

    If you have wanted to do kite surfing in Bali, the popular beaches would include:

    • Mertasari Beach, Sanur
    • Tanjung Benoa and Nusa Dua, Sanur
    • Seminyak
    • Canggu

  • What is water tubing? Where can I do it?

    Water tubing, also known as bumper tubing or simply tubing, is an adventure sport where the participant rides in the inner circumference of the tube while it is dragged across a water surface.

    The best places to water tubing in Bali include:

    • The Ayung River
    • The Penet River
    • The Pakerisan River

  • Which is the best place to do paddle surfing in Bali?

    • Legian
    • Nusa Lembongan
    • Nusa Ceningan
    • Denpasar
    • Sanur
    • Canggu
    • Serangan

  • Where can we do Paragliding in Bali? What is the cost of Paragliding?

    Paragliding is an amazing way to get the birds eye view of the picturesque Balinese Islands above the blue Indian ocean. As the wind hits your face, you are transformed into a different world altogether.

    Paragliding opportunities are available in:

    • Nusa Dua
    • Jimbaran
    • South Kuta

    The cost of paragliding will be approximately US$ 110.00.

  • Which is the best place to do Rock Climbing in Bali? What are the safety measures taken while doing Rock Climbing in Bali?

    While rock climbing in Bali is still in its infancy, there are a few places where you can choose to harness your climbing ropes. The limestone sea cliffs around Pecatu are the most challenging of rock faces to climb. However, if you are inexperienced, you would probably want to check out the controlled indoor climbing arena in Seminyak.

    When rock climbing, it is important that you:

    • Have the proper equipment (climbing ropes, harnesses, shoes, climbing rack and so on)
    • Have a climbing partner (never try it alone. They will also be necessary when you need belay)
    • Have proper fitness training
    • Understand rock climbing knots

  • Where can we do Quad Biking in Bali?

    Popular places offering quad biking adventures in Bali include:

    • Ubud
    • Kuta
    • Nusa Dua
    • Jimbaran
    • Kintamani
    • Payangan
    • Sanur
    • Denpasar
    • Tabanan
    • Mengwi (dirt biking)
    • Penebel (dirt biking)
    • Karangasem
    • Abiansemal

  • What is Bali Bungee? Where can I do it?

    The only place to do a bungee jumping in Bali is located inside the grounds of the Double Six Night Club. It’s a 150 feet tower that has been purposefully built across the beach ad gives you an amazing experience. The jump site is one of the most dramatic bungee experience designed in the world.

    Reaching the top requires you to get on an elevator and you cannot take the stairs just to check out the view! After all, the view is meant to serve a very adventurous purpose. However, do check the availability of the Bungee before you reach the site. Your hotel in Bali would be able to help you with information.

  • Can I do a Submarine Ride in Bali?

    There are popular submarine ships that allow tourists an experience of the under waters. It’s perfect even for those who don’t know swimming. The decent is usually for a 45 minute and takes you across the colorful reefs of the Indian Ocean. The submarines are purposely built for the comfort of the tourist and you can even seek to sip on a glass of wine while experiencing the magical marine life. Myriads of fishes and other sea creatures in various shapes and colors make for a unique visual treat.

  • Can I do Seawalking in Bali?

    Plunging up to a depth of 15 feet, sea walking is yet another way to experience the sea life around Bali. A sea walking tour takes you into the shallow ocean waters where you can experience coral and myriads of colorful fishes and other marine creatures. Sea walking is safe and open for all. You can actually get deeper into the sea by wearing a sea helmet and come face to face with some of the most exciting creatures inhabiting this planet.

    The Seawalking will be accompanied by trained instructors who will make your tour comfortable as you get busy admiring and clicking photos of unseen life forms. Seawalking in Bali doesn’t need prior training and you also don’t need to know swimming. You will actually be walking on the sea floor!

  • Where can we do Elephant Ride in Bali?

    The Elephant Safari Park in Taro, Bali offers the opportunity to hop on the back of elephants and check out the lush natural setting of the jungle. It is a great way to immerse yourself in the pristine environment while getting up and close to the beautiful and gentle giants.

    You will also get to see other wild elephants go on with their usual activities around the natural habitat and it would be an exciting experience for all. Further, you can choose to hand feed the giants, take selfies with them and even pet them for a while! The Elephant Safari Park is a hit with both adults and kids!

  • Can we consume alcohol before doing adventure activities?

    It is highly recommended that you don’t do alcohol before any kind of adventure activities. Most adventure sports require your full stamina and alcohol increases your blood pressure to a great extent. The results can be fatal. Alcohol consumption in Bali should be strictly reserved for your dinners and when you can allow your body to rehydrate.

    The temperature across the day is hot and even if you aren’t planning on doing any adventure activity, alcohol consumption in this highly humid climate can make you dizzy. You don’t want to have a headache when checking out one of the most beautiful places on earth!

  • What should I do in case of any medical emergency?

    Depending on the kind of medical situation you land yourself in, it is necessary that you visit the nearest hospital and clinic. Medical facilities around Bali are pretty good and it shouldn’t take you too much time to reach the nearest one. The BIMC chain of hospitals is one of the most recommended for their prompt services and high end medical facilities.

    Getting ill in Bali is easy if you haven’t been taking care of yourself. The climate is hot and humid and there are pretty good chances of contamination if you have been eating and drinking from local shops. While prevention is always better than cure, finding a hospital should be the first course of action when you land yourself in an un-pretty situation.

  • What all types of cuisines I can find in Bali? Which ethnic food is special in Bali? Which restaurants serve the best food in Bali?

    Bali is a foodies delight. The best thing is that you don’t need to be hardcore seafood over to enjoy the cuisine of Bali. There’s a lot of opportunity even for someone vegetarian or even vegan!

    Top dishes to try include:

    • Mie Goreng (non-vegetarian)
    • Pisang Goreng (vegetarian)
    • Nasi Goreng (vegan)
    • Babi Guling (non-vegetarian)
    • Sate (non-vegetarian)
    • Nasi Campur (non-vegetarian)
    • Mini Rijsttafel (non vegetarian)
    • Bebek Betutu (non-vegetarian)
    • Gado Gado (vegetarian / sometimes egg based)
    • Spring Rolls (veg/non-veg)

  • What kind of money exchange facilities I can find in Bali?

    There are several money exchange facilities available in Bali. However, make sure you are taking the services of an authorized agent. Your best bet is at the airports.

Traveller Tales from Bali


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