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Where to go in Bali

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Budget travelling in Bali
8 years ago, February 12th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #128870  
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Hey all travellers and adventurers!

We are going to Bali for 2 weeks in april, we would like to know any suggestions of Bali's hidden secrets about remote quiet beaches where can stay in simple huts for budget 5-10 eur and where is possible to swim, relax on the beach and surf!
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8 years ago, February 17th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #129316  
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Have a look at Lembongan island - the scoot ferry leaves from Sanur and will take you about 45 minutes - lovely little island without the hustle and bustle of Bali and some great surf breaks - Dream beach (watch out you dont end up in the seaweed farm!) and Lacerations break (you can guess the reason why its named Lacerations). Hire a motorbike and head over the yellow bridge and explore Cenigen and Penida islands that are linked by the bridge. Cheapest accom on Lembongan is probably at the scubali dive outfit - right on the beach where the scoot ferry lands.

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8 years ago, March 1st 2011 No: 3 Msg: #130169  
For relax, yes.. agree with littlewing. Lembongan island is the best island in Bali for relaxing. You can try Brawa Beach, Kuta Beach, Jimbaran Beach, Sanur Beach. But I saw many tourism surf in Serangan Beach.
If you like adventure you may try to climb Mount Agung or Mount Batur. So lets go to Bali..
Thx,
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8 years ago, May 1st 2011 No: 4 Msg: #135165  
If you traveling to Bali.. i am from Bali, better for trip first you can browsing in internet about how much budget stay and cost life in Bali here,,
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happy nice trip in here guys....

thank's
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8 years ago, May 3rd 2011 No: 5 Msg: #135385  
Hi there, I am a female independant traveler and I was just in Indonesia for two months. When I was in Bali I hired a suzuki jimny for three days and drove around the centre of the island. I drove myself so all I had to pay was the hire. cost me $30 for three days. I discovered so many things when I was lost.. ha ha.. if you want culture than just lose yourself in it. If you want resort and relax.. well I can't comment on that but Bali is truly beautiful. Check out my blog for the entry regarding my time there. have fun.. M Reply to this

8 years ago, May 11th 2011 No: 6 Msg: #135977  
Hello Aidi 😊

How did your trip to Bali go? Did you find hidden secrets and what budget did you manage on?

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7 years ago, February 12th 2012 No: 7 Msg: #151737  
Hey Aidi,

If you want to visit some happening places in Bali, then a must go places are Karma Kandara (should go down to the private beach, it is extremely beautiful) and watching sunset at Rockbar Ayana.

Another beautiful beaches and not too crowded are Geger Beach, Bluepoint, and Padang padang beach.

For culinary you must try : Naughty Nuris Ribs at Ubud, Dirty Duck (also at Ubud), 'Nasi Babi Guling Ibu Oka', Ultimo at Seminyak, Laota Porridge (open 24 hours in Tuban), and Nasi Pedas Ibu Andika (located in Pasar Kuta Lama).

Hope it can help and have fun in Bali
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5 years ago, January 15th 2014 No: 8 Msg: #178656  
you could browse where to visit in Bali <snip>
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5 years ago, January 19th 2014 No: 9 Msg: #178760  
I would definitely go to La Plancha in Seminyak <snip> to enjoy the sunset.

I would recommend a trip to Lovina to watch the dolphins. Partly because of the dolphins but more because of the trip through the mountains. Make sure you stop at the gitgit waterfall and just make some more stops, that's the part of Bali that's still mostly untouched and filled with ancient trees.

Of course any Bali trip should include enjoying a beautiful sunset which is especially beautiful when you go to Tanah Lot, which is also an excellent place to shoot some mouthwatering pictures.

For food you definitely have to go to Naughty Nuri's, even though it's not local food you will have the best spareribs ever in a super relaxed environment. For local food check warung Biku or for more upscale but definitely a super experience try restaurant Merah Putih <snip> in Seminyak.

Nightlive wise, I would advice going/staying in Seminyak and maybe visit Mint if you like to go out late and party.

Anyway, cheers and enjoy!
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4 years ago, October 14th 2014 No: 10 Msg: #185973  
I recommended Munduk village, central mountains of Bali. Get to the waterfalls, plantations treks, rice fields, fruits, coffee, cacao, and here grows cloves. You would feel a cool misty ambience at an elevation of at least 1000m. Reply to this

3 years ago, August 6th 2015 No: 11 Msg: #192410  
In response to: Msg #128870 Each region on the island has its own distinct charm. For instance Kuta and legiyan are famous among backpackers, Pemuteran is much of an isolated place, Amed is good for honeymooners. I have infact written an article where i have mentioned the specialties of each regions in Bali. You may view that by following the link below.

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3 years ago, February 10th 2016 No: 12 Msg: #195234  
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Bias beach Tugel located near the port of Padang Bai in Karangasem regency. Distance to the beach Bias Tugel is 56.4 kilometers from the international airport Ngurah Rai. With a car, you will take approximately 1 hour 15 minutes from Ngurah Rai airport. The name of Bias Tugel comes from the Balinese language, meaning pieces of sand. Bias means sand, Tugel means pieces, unique beach is mostly tourists who visit are adventurers and beach Bias Tugel of reach of tourists.
Despite its location adjacent to the port of Padang Bai, to reach the shore Bias Tugel you have to walk on the rocky tracks as far as 500 meters. Bias beach Tugel, our input as one of the beach resorts of Bali, because the beach Bias Tugel has stunning views, with shades of blue as far as your eyes can see. Of course, the sand on the beach Bias Tugel white and a little bit of sand mixed with black.
Bias Tugel on the beach, you can see the ships entering the port of Padang Bai. If you want to swim at the beach Bias Tugel, of course, possible and you should be more careful, because the waves on the beach Bias Tugel can be changed at any time high. Reply to this

3 years ago, February 23rd 2016 No: 13 Msg: #195425  
I agree with littlewing, Lembongan island is an amazing place. There are many reasons to visit Lembongan, but my favorite is diving. You can see fields of pristine coral (it's a beautiful) also you can dive with the amazing sunfish. Reply to this

35 months ago, June 21st 2016 No: 14 Msg: #197040  
if you are in budget to visit bali, the best suggest is stay at homestay/dorm in kuta area, which is walking distance to the beach and also at front side of the beach they offers surf lesson with very reasonable and bargain price there. to see around bali the best is rent scooters 5USD/day, to explore around south, west or north Bali. Reply to this

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