Land of tranquil beaches, calming waters, rugged terrains, and picturesque scenic beauty, Bali is one of the top-notch destinations on every traveler’s travel list. With an abundance of white sand beaches, this place is deemed to be one that savors the best sunsets. Bali unfolds an unusual contrast of breathtaking natural beauty and awe-inspiring man-made architecture. Keep your spirits high to visit this wonder on the earth.
On the first day of your luxurious Balinese vacation, arrive at the airport in Bali and be greeted by a representative. This person shall help you and your family get a relaxed and easy transfer to the hotel. They shall also guide you with the check-in formalities. Check out your amazing family suite at the hotel and see what the property has to offer. If you are in time for lunch, enjoy a scrumptious meal at the hotel. Post relaxing and satiating your taste buds on some delectable food, get ready for some sightseeing to the famous Tanah Lot rock formations. This place has a Hindu temple called Pura Tanah Lot, literally meaning Tanah Lot Temple. The view of the sea from here is amazing. After this ethereal sightseeing experience, get transferred back to the hotel.
Indulge in an amazing breakfast spread served at the luxurious property you are staying at. Get ready to take on the day. The day today seems pretty much free and at leisure for you. It is suggested that you check out the various facilities and amenities at the hotel. There is something for everyone to indulge in. While the kids could indulge in fun activities and swings at the Kids club, the adults could avail the spa services or work out at the sports and recreation center.
In the evening, be taken for a local Cirque du Soleil show of Bali, called the Devdan Show. This 1.5 hours of entertainment show presents a mind-blowing insight into the Indonesian and Balinese culture. After the show, be driven back to the hotel.
Have a delectable breakfast at the hotel and get geared to take on a beautiful day in Bali. Your family would be taken to Waterbom Park, where everyone can indulge in waterslides, food, and enjoy time by the pool. There are food shacks and bars at the park where tasty dishes and exotic drinks can be relished. After a day of adrenaline-filled activities, get a transfer back to the hotel for a delectable dinner and cozy overnight stay.
Gorge upon a delicious breakfast meal and check-out from the hotel. A representative would transfer you and your family to the airport for your flight back home.
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No. Bali is an island in Indonesia. Indonesia has more than 17.000 islands, and Bali is just one of th
Bali has a tropical climate which means warm weather all year long. However, there are two seasons: a wet season from October to March and a dry season from April to September. If you want to catch more sun rays, try to go in dry period although wet season doesn’t necessarily mean rain all the time but more often showers, mainly in the afternoon hours. Average year temperature is 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), meaning any time is a good time to visit Bali.
If you are not traveling with an agency or doing an all-inclusive type of vacation, having a SIM card does help a lot. SIM cards are quite cheap, and you have different data packages, so you don’t have to worry about wifi all the time.
European ones. Croatians, you don’t need an adapter, your charger will work there.
You will get a better rate if you exchange your $ or € there. I had Euros on me and the best I would get for 100 Euros was 1.640.000 IDR. On Airport you get around 1.500.000. Pay very close attention when exchanging the money on the street, always double-check the bills yourself and never leave the money off your hand once you have counted it.
Flip flops or comfortable walking sandals are a must with light clothing like t-shirts and shorts to keep you cool are recommended and a light pullover in the evenings if you are riding a motorbike. When entering temples you must be respectful and have your shoulders covered and wear a sarong (for men and women) – usually sarongs are provided for you when you visit a temple. You may want to always keep a waterproof jacket nearby if you are in Ubud between November – February as quick and heavy showers can occur and you may get caught!
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