What to do in Bali in one day

09:00 – W Retreat Hotel & Spa

09:30 – Seminyak beach

10:30 – 1/15 Coffee at The Katamama

11:00 – Goa Gajah Temple near Ubud

12:30 – Warung Bintangbali

14:00 – Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary

16:00 – Seniman Coffee Studio

17:00 – Ubud traditional Art Market

18:30 – Tamarind Spa

19:30 – Bambu Restaurant

21:00 – Kuta Night Market

22:30 – Unique Rooftop Bar

23:59 – Sky Garden

 

We mapped out your day trip in Bali

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Bali

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Waterfalls are abundant in Bali. Trek to see the famous Gitgit waterfall and stop for must-have photos. Visit and wander the rice fields of Tegalalang. Enjoy cups of coffee or tea while watching the sunrise over the city from a local café. Take a trip to Ubud, a mecca for those who love healthy living and organic food. Indulge in scrumptious healthy locally-sourced foods or relax and swim at the peaceful Tirta Gangga. Bali also has terrific shopping for almost anything you can imagine. Hike or climb up Mount Batur for astounding city views. No matter what you do, your Bali day trips will be amazing

Take a leisurely stroll around the tourist attraction Pura Ulun Danu Beratan and see the temple in the middle of the lake. Explore Tulamben and the large shipwreck. Swim and dive with the manta rays in the beautiful waters of Manta Bay

Balinese food is rich in spices and flavor. Before you leave Bali, try the delicacy dish Babi Guling, or suckling pig. Slow cooked duck, or Bebek Betutu, is another must-try Balinese food. Delight your taste buds with Nasi Goreng too!

Balinese is spoken in Bali. “Nenten” means “No” and “Yes” or “Sure” is “Patut”. To express that something is good, say “Becik” and to say “Thank you”, say “Terima kasih”. “Good morning” is “Selamad pagi” and “You’re welcome” is “Inggih”

Bali has the same temperature year-round, upwards the 90s. April to September is the dry season, with little rain and cooling winds. The rainy season is from October to March and Bali typically receives an average of 24 rainy days per month

The fare for taking a taxi from the airport to the Bali city center is around 50,000 to 100,000 Rupiah. Buses leave the airport frequently and charge passengers around 50,000 Rupiah

Taxis are the right way to see the whole island and its many cities. Tourists may also take ferries or rent a car. There are many hop-on-hop-off bus tours in Bali to see the island

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